Reconstruction Level: PN - Polynesian

Reconstruction Description
FAKA-PAPA.A Pile in layers; arrange or recite in order
FAKA-PEQE Allow breadfruit to become over-ripe and soft
FAKA-PELEPELE Treat with special care
FAKA-SEKE Slide deliberately, play at sliding, surf
FAKA-QATA.A Look steadily or closely at; look at one's reflection
FAKA-TASA Together
FAKA-TAU- Reciprocal prefix
FAKA-TOFUTOFU Give everyone a share
FAKA-TOKA Begin, do for first time; get ready, prepare
FAKA-QUTA Consider, reflect on
FAKA-WAQE Lay the foundation
FAKA-WAKA A handle, provide with a handle
FALA.1 Plaited pandanus mat
FALA.2 Grave
FAQALA Search for lice
FALALA.A Lean, stoop; slant *fa(a)lala
FALALA.B Blow (against)
FAA-LASI Wide
FALE KOLOA Trade store, shop
FAALIKI Cover floor with mats or grass; floor covering
FA-LIU Turn round
FARO.2A Stretch (by pulling), tighten lashing
FARO.2B Stretch (the body); stretch out a limb; stretch to see or reach
FAALOO.A Stretch (by pulling), lash: *fa(a)lo(o)
FAALOO.B Stretch (the body), extend (arm), crane, peer to see better
FANAA Mast
FANAGA Story intended for entertainment and usually containIng repetitions of a short chant
FANA-KIO Tree sp. (Sterculia)
FAANAU.A Children, offspring
FANOGO.A Hear, listen
FANUA.B Placenta, afterbirth
FAQO.1B Put into, pack in *(fa)faqo
FAQO.2 Lie facing up or down (with directionals)
FAQAO Seize, take by force, rob
FAAPUKU Fish sp., (Epinephelus sp.)
FAQAPUKU Hold something in the mouth
FASA Insane
FAQA-SI Part, side or half of something
FATA-FATA Chest, upper body
FAATAI.1 To sit in a certain way
FAATAI.2 A parasitic creeper (Cassytha filiformis)
FATI.B Bend, curve, form an angle
FATI.D Tune, melody
FATU.1B Compose
FATU.1C To fold: (*fa-fatu, *fatu-qi)
FATU.3 Viscous, clotted
FATU-QARIKI High chief
FATUGA.1 Rafter, beam n
FATU-GA.2 Edge, border (of mat or garment)
FATU-KALAA Kind of volcanic stone

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