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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Vaeakau-Taumako XO.NANA.1 Nana Mother (mainly used by children) [Taumako Dialect]
New Zealand Maori CE.NAU-PATA Taupata (Coprosma repens)
Easter Island CE.PASU.1B Pahu Can, pot, tin-can; coffin (obs.). Urna, ataud (mod.), tarro, cajun . Problematic
Vaeakau-Taumako PN.PEE-HENA Phenaa, fenaa [NUP,TAU] Like that
Takuu PN.PIKI.2 Piki (of rope or string) Have a twist or kink that disappears simply by making it taut; (of foot) cramped; (of throat) dry; (of fishing line) tangled
Pukapuka PN.TAQO-PATU Taupotu House ridge. Ridgepole of a house (Sby). Phonologically Irregular
Nuguria MP.PONO.1 Ponotau Kiste, europäisch
Takuu MP.PONO.1 Pon/tau Large log on which mahaurani spirits drifted to Takuu, allegedly from Kiribati, in the mythical era Problematic
Marquesas OC.POTO.1 Poto Short. Court, courtaud (Lch).
Pukapuka NO.PULA-PULA.2 Tau/pulapula Spotted Problematic
Pukapuka AN.PULE-PULE Tau/pulepule Dappled, spotted
Pukapuka NP.SANI.1 Wakatau/yani Fondle, caress; lure, entice, attract
Anuta EO.SAQU.2 Tau Carry, take, bring (poss. TIK loanword)
Arosi EO.SAQU.2 Tau To lift up
Anuta NP.SAU-GA.* Taunga Sour, pungent or other disagreeable odour
Rennellese XO.SAWA.2 Saba To swing taut arms as in a dance; to soar, as frigate birds; have fins stretched taut, as sharks
Vaeakau-Taumako FJ.SEKA Ka/eka [TAU] Dirty (of body or parts of the body); stale (of food)
Vaeakau-Taumako EC.SELE.4 Ele/nga [NUP], le/nga [TAU] Path, road
Vaeakau-Taumako PN.FAKA-TUQU Hakatu Vertical connector (of Te Puke canoe) [Taumako Dialect]
Vaeakau-Taumako PN.TATAA Saa Oceanic bailer [Taumako Dialect]
Nukumanu PN.TAU.4 Haka/tau/kaa Be against
East Futuna NP.TAU-SINU.* Tausinu Plante (Argusia argentea)
New Zealand Maori NP.TAU-SINU.* Tauhinu, taihinu A shrub (Pomaderris phylicaefolia)
East Uvea PN.TAA.1C Taa/tatau/ Tattoo
Niue PN.TAA.1C Taa/tatau To tattoo; tattoo (n)
Pukapuka PN.TAA.1C Taa/tatau Sp. of butterflyfish with four spots Problematic
Rarotongan PN.TAA.1C Ta(a)/tatau/ Tattooing
Rarotongan PN.TAA.1C Taa/tatau Tattoo (v); tattooing, tattoo marks
Tahitian PN.TAA.1C Ta/tatau A person that marks the skin; also, the operation of marking the skin
Tikopia PN.TAA.1C Te taa tau Tattooing
Tongan PN.TAA.1C Taa-tatau To tattoo
West Uvea PN.TAA.1C Taa/tatau Tatouer, tatouage [Heo Dialect]
Tikopia PN.TAA.5A Tau First person inclusive dual preposed subject pronoun Problematic
Kapingamarangi PN.-TAA.5B -tau First person inclusive dual possessive suffix
Tikopia PN.-TAA.5B -tau First person inclusive dual possessive suffix
West Futuna PN.-TAA.5B -taua First person inclusive dual possessive suffix
Niue PN.TAFA-GA.A Tau/tafaga Naked (of people); bare, infertile (land)
Vaeakau-Taumako NP.TAFO-LAQA.* Tahola Whale [TAU]
Moriori FJ.TAFU.A Tau e te ehi Kindle a fire
Pukapuka FJ.TAFU.A Tau Set, make a fire
Pukapuka EP.TAFUQA Taua Floor Borrowed
Vaeakau-Taumako FJ.TAKAPE Takape Lutjanus kasmira (Taumako)
Tahitian PN.TAKU.1 Tau To invocate, to address in prayer
Tahitian PN.TAKU.1 Ta/tau To ask for, call out; to challenge
Vaeakau-Taumako AN.TAMA-NA Tama- (obs, now mha-) [VAE], thama-, sama-, hama- [NUP,TAU] Father
Vaeakau-Taumako AN.TAMA-NA Va/samana [TAU]. Ve/tamana [NUP,VAE] Parents. Fathers (e.g. father and his brothers).
Pukapuka OC.TAMANU Tamanu Another (foreign) name for wetau tree. Foreign tree name from islands to the west, for canoe making (Sby).
Vaeakau-Taumako AN.TANU Tanu-mia [NUP], thanu-mia [TAU], thamu-nia [VAE] Bury
Takuu NP.TAQO.2B Tau/mi Wooden frame put on top of thatch if sago is the material used instead of the more usual pandanus (Mokena 1999)
Nuguria PN.TAAQOFI Tau Hold