Entries from Capell 1984 in Pollex-Online

Capell, A. (1984). Futuna-Aniwa Dictionary, with Grammatical Introduction. Canberra, Department of Linguistics, Research School of Pacific Studies, The Australian National University.

Language Item Description
West Futuna Tupuna Grandparent, ancestor
West Futuna Ture (ANI) Fish sp. (herring?)
West Futuna Tu/turu To trickle
West Futuna Tu/turi (ANI) Deaf
West Futuna Tur/ogina (ANI) To drive away, get rid of
West Futuna Turi/turi To press upon; harass
West Futuna (U)rafi Fish sp.
West Futuna Turi (fare) A corner (of house)
West Futuna Atua Ghost, spirit (Te-Atua 'God')
West Futuna Au Current, eddy, whirlpool
West Futuna Fangu-shia To play Pan;s Pipes
West Futuna Faru Some, other
West Futuna Fao Make holes in a canoe; shell for so doing
West Futuna Fei- (WFU), fe- (ANI) Reciprocal prefix
West Futuna Feiao (WFU) Be a companion to (of people and animals)
West Futuna Fíroa muru Fish sp
West Futuna X/kafi To feast
West Futuna Wa/ŋauta (ANI) Inland, east
West Futuna Waro (ANI) To hurl, throw, as a spear Phonologically Irregular
West Futuna ŋaro Jaw-tooth
West Futuna Tuo-gia (ANI) To disembowel
West Futuna Ari-a To cut in a curve, as the middle of a canoe
West Futuna Uru To enter by crawling, as into a native hut
West Futuna Tu/leva Change about; not rest in one place
West Futuna Káramisi Crab sp
West Futuna Farapoga, forapoga (ANI) Glutton; surfeit Problematic
West Futuna Xki To whistle (of bird)
West Futuna Kau/fafa Jawbone
West Futuna Kaukau Bathing; to bathe in the sea
West Futuna Ki (WFU), gi (ANI) To, towards
West Futuna Mtáku (WFU), ku/mtagu (ANI) Fear (n)
West Futuna Kum/kumi-a To mould the head and stretch the limbs of an infant
West Futuna Iroa (WFU), e/iro (ANI) Know
West Futuna SiSi/xtoe Red sky just after sunrise Uncertain Semantic Connection
West Futuna SiSi (plural only) Coconuts to fill up gaps in canoe Uncertain Semantic Connection
West Futuna Siri/xtu Strike with stones
West Futuna Sinta/rau Hundreds
West Futuna Sina/havai Mother-in-law (man speaking)
West Futuna Iwi Bone
West Futuna Rágo/na Place paddle straight by canoe; support a plant
West Futuna Lago-a, lágoa A slip or platform for things; to put a thing on a platform; ward off a spear with a club Phonologically Irregular
West Futuna Rufie (WFU), refia (ANI) Good
West Futuna Tia To beat with a stick
West Futuna Leu (ANI), xleu (WFU) To bear fruit; to ripen
West Futuna Lika (ANI) Be afraid and run away from spirits
West Futuna Rim/rimu (ANI) Moss, sponge
West Futuna Rongo-na Hear, feel
West Futuna Mata/kera (ANI) To anoint eyes with milk Uncertain Semantic Connection
West Futuna Maneinga Fish sp. Phonologically Irregular
West Futuna Matárua Fish sp