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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Tahitian PN.GA-UE ʔAue Tumulte, tapage
Austral Islands LO.GIGITA Tumu iʔita Papayer Borrowed
Moriori CE.KATAMU Kotamu/tumu Whisper
Marquesas XE.MOGUGU (Tumu) mokuku (MQN), (tumu) monunu (MQS), poʔomokuku (Ua Pou) Larynx, noeud de la gorge
Rarotongan CE.MUU.4 Tu/mu/tumu Rounded and blunt (of points and cutting edges) Problematic
Anuta OC.SUMU.2 Tumu Triggerfish
Easter Island EP.TUGU.1 Tumu, tuŋu (archaic) Cough Phonologically Irregular
Moriori TA.TIMU.2 Ka tumu i tai High tide
Penrhyn TA.TIMU.2 Tumu/tumu Muscles
Rapa TA.TIMU.2 Kere/tumu Falling tide
Mangareva EP.TUGU.1 Tumu Rhume, toux; tousser Phonologically Irregular
Anuta EP.TUMU.1 Tumu Protuberance on tree-trunk Problematic
Easter Island EP.TUMU.1 Tumu Origin, base. Tree, tree trunk; intention, purpose; cause, motive, reason (Wbr).
New Zealand Maori EP.TUMU.1 Tumu Foundation
Marquesas EP.TUMU.1 Tumu Tronc, souche, arbre; principe, cause, source... Tête, commencement (Lch). Base (Mtu).
Mangareva EP.TUMU.1 Tumu Tree trunk. Tronc d'arbre; cause, origine, source; base, souche, principe
Niue EP.TUMU.1 Tumu Cavity or hollow (in rocks, trees, etc.) where water collects Uncertain Semantic Connection
Nukuoro EP.TUMU.1 Tumu To grow Problematic
Penrhyn EP.TUMU.1 Tumu Base; buttocks; first of three parts of a song; cause, reason
Pukapuka EP.TUMU.1 Tumu Trunk of tree
Rapa EP.TUMU.1 Tumu Base, beginning, trunk. Trunk of tree (Grn).
Rarotongan EP.TUMU.1 Tumu Origin, base
Tahitian EP.TUMU.1 Tumu Le bas d'un arbre ou d'une plante en dessous du feuillage, tronc, collet, racine, souche, pied; la base d'un objet, d'une construction; pied (tout l'arbre, toute la plante)...; origine, cause, fondement, base, principe; principal, essentiel
Tuamotu EP.TUMU.1 Tumu Origin, base
Anuta PN.TUMU-QAKI Tumuoki Top of human head
East Futuna PN.TUMU-QAKI Tumuaki Crown of head
New Zealand Maori PN.TUMU-QAKI Tumuaki Crown of head
Niue PN.TUMU-QAKI Tumuaki Top (of achievement); crown of head
Niue PN.TUMU-QAKI Tumuaki ulu Top of head
Rennellese PN.TUMU-QAKI Tumuʔaki Rooftop above ridgepole, top of head
Samoan PN.TUMU-QAKI Tumuaʔi Top of the head, fontanelle
Tikopia PN.TUMU-QAKI Tumuaki Crown of the head, top, summit
Tongan PN.TUMU-QAKI Tumuʔaki Summit, highest point, centre; crown of head
Marquesas MQ.TUMU-LAGI Tumu ʔaki Horizon
Mangareva MQ.TUMU-LAGI Tumuragi Horizon
Penrhyn MQ.TUMU-LAGI Tumurangi Cloud, black cloud Problematic
Rarotongan MQ.TUMU-LAGI Tumu rangi Clouds, especially dark rain-clouds Problematic
East Futuna PN.TUMU-TUMU Tumutumu Summit
East Uvea PN.TUMU-TUMU Tumutumu Summit
New Zealand Maori PN.TUMU-TUMU Whaka/tumutumu/ Heaped up, standing up
Niue PN.TUMU-TUMU Tumutumu Collection, gathering together, heap, mound; to heap up Uncertain Semantic Connection
Samoan PN.TUMU-TUMU Tumutumu Top (of trees, hills), peak, height, zenith
Tikopia PN.TUMU-TUMU Tumutumu Tip, top (of plant), crest (of wave)
Tokelau PN.TUMU-TUMU Tumutumu Top (e.g. of mast)
Tongan PN.TUMU-TUMU Tumutumu Summit, peak, highest point
Moriori CE.TUPUAKI.* Tupuaki = MAO tumuaki (Wms)
Fijian MP.UE.A Ue Make noise or move about; to move in a confused or tumultuous manner
East Futuna EO.WAA.1 Va, va/va Cris tumultueux, cris bruyants
Manihiki-Rakahanga EP.TUMU.1 Tumu Foundation
Mangareva NP.WAANAGA Vanaga Messageur, orateur; prière du *taura* (prêtre du culte mangarévien); conversation; bruit, tumulte; rendre célèbre; divulguer une nouvelle