Entries from Crook 1998 in Pollex-Online

Crook, W. P., S. Greatheed, et al. (1998). An essay toward a dictionary and grammar of the Lesser-Australian language, according to the dialect used at the Marquesas (1799). Auckland, The Institute of Polynesian Languages and Literatures.

Language Item Description
Marquesas Annehháia When (alluding to time past)
Marquesas Fafa Mouth
Marquesas Faiki Breadfruit or taro baked with coconut
Marquesas Hánna To be warm in affection or anger
Marquesas Fattuté Thunder
Marquesas Ie(hh)ai A negative, not, cannot
Marquesas Fekke Kind of fern called Cabbage Tree by voyagers (Crk)
Marquesas Fefé A net of cocoa fibres to catch turtle
Marquesas Feda To go up from, seawards Problematic
Marquesas Nennahhu To bite
Marquesas A A path
Marquesas Hame A man's garment worn round the loins
Marquesas Kaheika A fruit, called by Voyagers the red Apple
Marquesas Koppe A large species of arum, the Arum Costatum of Parkinson
Marquesas Kovi The chin or jaw
Marquesas Goutei Shrub bearing a scarlet flower
Marquesas Kaia Shell of a tortoise
Marquesas Kaihhu Brown
Marquesas Keko The meat of vegetables, or of the bodies of animals
Marquesas Ie(hh)ai A negative, not, cannot
Marquesas Kogu A tree bearing bitter berries
Marquesas Koua Old man
Marquesas Komi Testicles
Marquesas Kopaiu Mackerel, smaller than ours
Marquesas Oupó-o A species of pepper
Marquesas Kue Mother or aunt
Marquesas Kuwa Red, applied to feathers, cloth etc. imported to the islands, also to the scarlet berries or peas used in their ornaments
Marquesas áihhu Wood-ashes
Marquesas Mahhe Wrestle
Marquesas Munnó A small species of shark
Marquesas Makkarede Cold, or the cold
Marquesas Mobúna A grand Child
Marquesas Mari A depository of dead bodies and principal place of worship
Marquesas Maioú Small fry of all kinds
Marquesas Maroro Flying-fish
Marquesas Manumanu An insect. Moucherons (Lch). Insecte (Atl).
Marquesas Méyo A tree, Thespesia populnea, Parkinson
Marquesas Múgo, mugomugo The bud of breadfruit &c.
Marquesas Muná A kind of ring worm, a tetter
Marquesas Nahe/i Root eaten in times of scarcity (Leach 2003)
Marquesas Navve/návve To be merry
Marquesas Piehhávva Pavement of a house, within
Marquesas Pako Black, blue, green
Marquesas Pakkéya A bald headed person
Marquesas Pakoko Male flower of the Breadfruit
Marquesas Paiata A species of shark, particularly mischievous
Marquesas Póta Spot, spotted
Marquesas Páihhe An amusement performed with the fingers and fine thread, analogous but incomparably superior, to the childish amusement called making cradles Uncertain Semantic Connection
Marquesas Bóe People, family
Marquesas Bo/bóto A species of Cockroach