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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
New Zealand Maori TA.KAU-ATI Kauati Fire-bed
New Zealand Maori TA.KAU-ATI Kaueti Fire-bed Phonologically Irregular
Tuamotu TA.KAU-ATI Kauati Lower frictioning stick of fire-plough
New Zealand Maori CK.KAUERE Kauere The eastern dialects' name for the puuriri, a large forest tree
East Uvea PN.KAU-FANA Kau fana Arc
Niue PN.KAU-FANA Kaufana Bow, gun
Tongan PN.KAU-FANA Kau-fana Bow
West Uvea PN.KAU-FANA Kaufana Bow (U 1887)
New Zealand Maori CE.KAUFAU Kauwhau Recite legends, genealogies
Pukapuka EC.KAU-GUTU Kaungutu Bow of canoe [in chants]
Takuu EC.KAU-GUTU Kaunutu Edge (of mat, etc.), selvedge (of cloth on a loom)
Tokelau EC.KAU-GUTU Kaugutu (Of cup, bowl, well, etc.) Brim, top edge, rim
East Futuna PN.KAU-HALA Kauala Bas-coté de la route
East Uvea PN.KAU-HALA Kauala Bords d'un chemin
Niue PN.KAU-HALA Kauhala Roadside
Tongan PN.KAU-HALA Kauhala Side of road
Easter Island PN.KAU-HAGA Kauhaŋa Groin
East Futuna PN.KAU-HAGA Kauaga Aines
Nuguria PN.KAU-HAGA Kauana Hip
Niue PN.KAU-HAGA Kauhanga Groin
Penrhyn PN.KAU-HAGA Kausanga Lower abdomen, bottom, private parts (of men or women)
Vaeakau-Taumako PN.KAU-HAGA Kauanga Private parts, sexual organs [Nupani Dialect]
Tikopia PN.KAU-HAGA Kauanga Inner side of the thighs (indelicate term)
West Uvea PN.KAU-HAGA Kauanga Cuisse
Penrhyn TA.KAUII.* Kauii Left
Rarotongan TA.KAUII.* Kauii Left
Easter Island PN.KAU-I Kaui To sew by hand
East Uvea PN.KAU-I Kauʔi Préparer, arranger, disposer
New Zealand Maori PN.KAU-I Kaui To lace, put cord through interstices
Vaeakau-Taumako PN.KAU-I Kaui/a Tie to
Vaeakau-Taumako PN.KAU-I Kaui/i (Net) consisting of long line with bamboo sticks attached...
Pukapuka PN.KAU-I Kaui/nga Commencement in plaiting
Rennellese PN.KAU-I Kaui To tie, as net to frame
Takuu PN.KAU-I Kaui/na Series of loops in the rope attached to the lower edge of a sail
Tongan PN.KAU-I Kaui Fasten sail to yard
East Futuna OC.KAU-KAU Kaukau Se laver
East Uvea OC.KAU-KAU Kaukau Nettoyer, laver
Emae OC.KAU-KAU Kaukau Bathe
New Zealand Maori OC.KAU-KAU Kaukau Bathe, anoint
Ifira-Mele OC.KAU-KAU Kaukau Bathe
Moriori OC.KAU-KAU Kaukau Wade
Marquesas OC.KAU-KAU Kaukau, ʔauʔau (Fatu Hiva) Se baigner; go swimming
Nuguria OC.KAU-KAU Kaukau Bathe, wash oneself
Niue OC.KAU-KAU Kaukau To bathe (Avatele dialect)
Penrhyn OC.KAU-KAU Kaukau Bathe in fresh water, take a shower; swim
Vaeakau-Taumako OC.KAU-KAU Kaukau/ia Bathe, wash (vt)
Pukapuka OC.KAU-KAU Kaukau Swimming ; swim
Rapa OC.KAU-KAU Kaukau kotae To bathe
Rarotongan OC.KAU-KAU Kaukau Bathe, swim
Rennellese OC.KAU-KAU Kaukau Wash, bathe