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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Vaeakau-Taumako SO.FUA-QI-TINO Fua i sino, huahino Body; embodiment (TAU,NUP)
Samoan CP.FUSI.1 Tau/fusi/ Swamp, marsh
Niue PN.GATALA Gatala Honeycomb Rock Cod (Epinephelus merra), Greasy Grouper (E.tauvina), Hexagon Grouper (E. hexagonatus)
Rarotongan CE.HAMUMU Amumu Taunt, tease
Takuu FJ.HAUPULU Taupulu Coconut husk
New Zealand Maori PN.KA.2 Kaa/paatau(a) If, but if
Pukapuka PN.KAI.3 Kai tau olo Serves you right! (lit. Eat your pudding!) Problematic
New Zealand Maori EC.KAI-TAUA Kai-taua Warlike, army-destroying
Vaeakau-Taumako NP.KAKAI.2 Lala/khai (VAE,TAU). Tlatla/kai (NUP). Traditional story
Rennellese FJ.KALOLO Kagogo String of bow, be taut
Samoan MP.KANAWA Tau/anave/ A tree (Cordia subcordata)
Tongan MP.KANAWA Pua tau/kanave/ Flowering tree bearing white, sweet-scented, double flowers
East Futuna OC.KAPA-KAPA.A Kapakapa/tau Movement of bird on alighting
East Uvea OC.KAPA-KAPA.A Kapakapa/katau Movement of a bird on alighting
Takuu PN.KAPI.B Kapi Part of a backstrap loom: the two wooden bars at each end of the loom which hold it taut during the weaving...
Aitutaki CE.KATAU.* Katau Right (direction)
New Zealand Maori CE.KATAU.* Katau Right (not left) (Eastern dialects)
Moriori CE.KATAU.* Katau Right (not left) (GNZMMSS18)
Penrhyn CE.KATAU.* Katau Right, dextral side
Rarotongan CE.KATAU.* Katau Right (as opposed to left)
Tahitian CE.KATAU.* ʔAtau Droit (opposé à gauche)
Tuamotu CE.KATAU.* Katau Right (not left)
New Zealand Maori CE.KAUTUKU.* Kautuku Bittern (Botaurus poeciloptilus)
Sikaiana PN.MA-KAKA Makka Tight, taut, strained (as a fishing line that is being pulled in)
Rarotongan TA.KETA.* Keta/keta Firm. taut, sturdy, strong, secure
Vaeakau-Taumako NP.KIO.1B Kio Hen. The fowl (TAU, Fox 1917).
East Uvea NP.TAWA.2 Tava Coquillage (Tellina staurella)
Pukapuka CP.KONO Loto/kono Staunch, true blue
Moriori NP.KOO-TOU.* Kotau You (pl)
New Zealand Maori CE.KOO-TUKU.A Kautuku Bittern (Botaurus poeciloptilus) Problematic
West Uvea PN.TATAU.1 Tatau To draw (Leverd 1916)
Tuamotu EP.KUME.1 Kume Pull, haul (using a taut rope)
Vaeakau-Taumako AN.ISU.1 Panga/iu, ponga/iu Nose (VAE, TAU)
Vaeakau-Taumako OC.LAKI Te/laki Wind from southeast [TAU]
New Zealand Maori PN.LAA-TOU Raatou, raatau Third person plural independent pronoun
Tuamotu PN.LAA-TOU Raatou, raatau Third person plural independent pronoun
New Zealand Maori PN.LENA.1 Rena/rena Fasten, tie up; taut, close
Tuamotu PN.LENA.1 Rena To pull with a cord or rope that is not taut (sic)
Mangareva CP.LEWA.2 Reva A tree (Cerbera mangas). Arbre: Cerbera manghas (Apocynacées); fleur blanche (autrefois appelée *piritau*)
Fijian FJ.LII.2 Vaka/lii/-taka Twist rope taut with a stick
Vaeakau-Taumako PN.LOHU Lou Hooked, long stick to get down breadfruits or leaves of breadfruit trees. Main strut from crossbeam to end of middle float (of Te Puke canoe) [Taumako Dialect] (Gge).
Tongan PN.LUMA Luma Taunt, jeer
Tongan XW.MA-FAO Mafao Taut, tight; stretch or reach out
Niue PN.MATA-A-QUHA Matauha Rain, raindrop
Takuu PN.MA-KAKA Makkaa (of a rope) Taut; (of a person) strong, healthy
Vaeakau-Taumako SO.MAKA-VAA M(a)kavaa [NUP], mgavaa [VAE,TAU] Point or period of time in past or future that is far away from the present time or the focal temporal point of the discourse
East Futuna PN.MA-KEKE Makeke Strong, firm; hard, stiff ; fort, énergique, costaud
Hawaiian NP.MAALOO.B Maaloo Taut, firm, straight
Rotuman NP.MAALOO.B Maroo Taut, stretched tight Borrowed
Tokelau NP.MAALOO.B Maaloo Be tight, taut