Reconstruction Level: PN - Polynesian

Reconstruction Description
KEKE-KEKE (Type of) noise or motion
KEKESO Marine sp
KELE-MUTU Earthworm, grub
KENA.1A Light-coloured
KENA.1B Booby (Sula sp.)
KENU Disturb earth (especially with foot); dig
KETE-KETE Chirp, chatter (of birds); cluck (as hen); click with tongue
KETU.2 Limp; lame
KEU.1 Move, push, shift something; turn aside; reject or rebuff
KEWA.1 Stiffness (of body), convulsion, rigor
KIA.1 Desiderative verbal particle
KIE.B Kilt or skirt; mat worn as such
KIFU Run swiftly
KIKI.1 Food eaten with another food as relish
KIKII Squeak, squeal
KIKO.A Flesh
KIKO.B Female genitalia
KILA.1 Exposed, bare, bald, barren
KILIA Prone to anger, burn with anger
KI-MO-RUA Second person dual pronoun (independent): *(ki)mo-rua
KI-MO-UTOLU Second person plural pronoun (independent): *(ki)mo-utolu
KINA.3 Food eaten with another food as relish
KINI.2A Slash, beat down
KINO Bad
KIO-KIO Bonefish (Albula sp.)
KISI.1 Dwarf; stunted
KISI-KISI Oxalis spp
KIU.3 Tapering
KIWA.1 Dark hue, black
KIWI.2 Blind or partially sighted; close the eyes
KOO.2B Make sound (of fowls, birds, other species); call (of humans)
KOO.2A Bark (of dog)
KOO.2C Make guttural sound
KOO.1 Yonder
KOA.1 Post-posed emphatic particle
KOA.3 Scum or froth on water
KOFU.1B Clothing, especially that put on over the head
KOGA Fragment, part, place
KOKOLO Gurgling or rumbling noise, to make such
KOKO-MI Press down on
KORA.1 Waste material, dregs
KOLE Beseech, ask for, beg
KORO.1 Throat, larynx, gular pouch of frigate bird: *koro(koro)
KOLOA Valuable possessions
KOLO-PUPUU Inflate, swell up (as bubbles, blisters)
KOMO.1 Plug; plugged in, inserted
KONA.3 Intoxicating, poisonous; intoxicated, poisoned
KOPI.B
KOTA Scrapings, refuse
KOTE Chatter, talk nonsense

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