Reconstruction Level: OC - Oceanic

Reconstruction Description
A Personal article, used before proper names and personal pronouns: *(q)a(a)
QAHU.1 Gall
AI.1 Postposed verbal particle, oblique case anaphor
AKU Scrape out with hands
QALAWA Shark sp
QALO.2 Beckon, wave
QANA-NAFI Yesterday: *qana-(n)afi
QANU.3 To spit, expectorate; spit, saliva
QAO.1 Cloud
QAOA Banyan tree (Ficus sp.)
ASI Sandalwood (Santalum sp.)
ATU Postposed particle indicating direction away from speaker
QATU.1 Bonito (Katsuwonus pelamis)
E.1 Non-past verbal particle: *(q)e(e)
QEPA Mats used in ceremonial or ritual *(q)epa
FAFIE Firewood
FAAFINE Women
FAAGOTA To obtain seafood by fishing or hunting on the reef
FAI.2A Make, do
FAI-MANU Eagle Ray (Aetobatus narinari)
FAKI Pick, pluck (especially fruit)
FAANAKO Steal
FANO.4 A tree (Guettarda speciosa) (Clk)
FANUA-MAMALA A tree (Omalanthus [= Homalanthus])
FAQO.1C Bore a hole, perforate, hole
FASI.A Split, cleave: *fa((q)a)si
FATI.A Break, be broken (including a wave)
FAQU.1 Tie
FE- Reciprocal prefix
FEKA-FEKA Entrails
FIFI.1 Some part of female genitalia
FIGOTA Sea creatures except turtles and fish; especially shellfish
FIHI Entangled: *fi(h,s)i
FINE.2 Girl, woman
FISO.2 Edible reed or cane sp.
FITA.1 Firmly tied
FOA.A Break (as something hard); smash
FOKI.1 Return
FONO.1A Stop up a gap, patch, inlay, join
FUE.1A A seashore creeping vine
FUGA.1 (Upper) surface
FUGAO Affine of alternate generation
FUIA Bird sp., Starling: *fu(h)i(q,h)a
FULA.1 Swell up, be swollen, a swelling (anatomical): *(fu)fula
FULE.A Peel, uncover
-GA Gerundive suffix
GAFA Measured part or portion
GALO.1 Out of sight, disappeared, forgotten, ? lost
GAO.1 Molar tooth
GASE-GASE Weak, feeble

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