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Raga Teve(na) Penis
Marquesas Tia Couvrir
Kapingamarangi Tiga Menses Problematic
Rennellese Tiko Menses Problematic
Rennellese Titiko Menses Problematic
Tuamotu Tiko Menses Problematic
Niue Tio Oyster species (I)
Tahitian Tiu South-east by east wind. ??
Kwara'ae Ore Remainder
Raga Togalau Wind from the direction of Ambae [i.e. north-west]
Marquesas Toʔoa (I) Duck.
Mangareva Tono Bid, command (I)
Mangareva Tope Tuft or lock of hair
Kapingamarangi Turuturu Supporting (wall) posts (Buck 1950)
Marquesas Tupua Wizard
Niue Uli To steer (i) Problematic
Mangareva Uru/rakau Forest (I)
Tahitian Iho Umbilical cord. ??
Tahitian Ito Sprouting coconut. ??
Mangareva Utu Harvest (I)
Marquesas ʔUtu Fill with water (I)
Kwara'ae Kwai Water
Mangareva Veiʔo Leave; let (I)
Pukapuka Valo An edible sea-crab
Marquesas Vao Forest (I)
Pukapuka Welu Torn clothing Problematic
Pukapuka Welu/welu Torn into strips, shredded Problematic
Mangareva Veʔe Push aside, put aside, separate (I)
West Uvea Kasoa Collier
Tuamotu Kura Red-plumaged bird
Tongan Haaliʔa Small depression in shallow sea or lagoon
Samoan (ʔ)Aa- Future prefix
Manihiki-Rakahanga Fao Holes (Nordhoff 1930)
Samoan Maga Fish sp. (Jordan & Seale 1906)
Niuatoputapu Mataele Fish sp.
Niuafo'ou Tana His, her(s), its
Kapingamarangi Malali Ornated wrasse
Rotuman Si/aʔleva ? Urodynamis taitensis
Samoan Sakee A martial dance of Uvean origin introduced into Samoa in the early nineteenth century (Macpherson) Borrowed
East Futuna Talii Coil a rope Problematic
East Uvea ʔOno Barracuda spp. (Sphyraenidae), largest growth stage
East Uvea Oli Brandir une arme, exciter
Tahitian Iho Umbilical cord (obs.)
Manihiki-Rakahanga Heke/heke Travel back and forth [between Manihiki and Rakahanga]
Nukumanu Ngaahi Area Phonologically Irregular
Tokelau Pahu Sharkskin drum
Mangareva E kore Negative marker
Nukuoro Matu Coconut (dry, for copra)
East Futuna Tuli fouga Ancien nom donné aux courlis et aux barges. Alouette de mer à long bec et a longues jambes (Gzl). Sorte de gros pluvier pourvu d'un long bec, et dont le plumage est cendré et jaunâtre (Mfr).