Entries from Carroll & Soulik 1973 in Pollex-Online

Carroll, V. and T. Soulik (1973). Nukuoro Lexicon. Honolulu, University Press of Hawaii.

Language Item Description
Nukuoro Nguu Squid
Nukuoro Ngungu Chew, masticate
Nukuoro Ngudu Mouth
Nukuoro Aha What?
Nukuoro Anga Span (measurement)
Nukuoro Anga Pay attention to, notice
Nukuoro Gilaau. Kilau (Crn). They two
Nukuoro Mada/angahulu/ Ten objects
Nukuoro Go/ai/ Who?
Nukuoro Agau Reef under water
Nukuoro Age Up
Nukuoro Ali/ali The barely formed gelatinous layer inside the immature coconut
Nukuoro Ama Outrigger float
Nukuoro Anaa Those away from speaker
Nukuoro Te/au Tattooing needle (Kubary)
Nukuoro Iho Down
Nukuoro Igohi Fire tongs
Nukuoro Ina Light up an area at night (especially to hunt land crabs)
Nukuoro Ingoo Name
Nukuoro Onge Famine
Nukuoro Ogo Purlin Phonologically Irregular
Nukuoro Oga Husk coconut
Nukuoro Ogo The attachment of a clam to the reef
Nukuoro Olo Area in which sand has accumulated, beach Uncertain Semantic Connection
Nukuoro Ua Come in (of tide)
Nukuoro Uu Milk
Nukuoro Ui Pick Pandanus
Nukuoro Haga/ui/ Removes (clothes etc.), disrobe, undress; lose contact with
Nukuoro Uli Fish sp. (several varieties)
Nukuoro Ulu Enter
Nukuoro Ulu/hia A sudden access of hostile feeling
Nukuoro Lluhe. Ruhe (Crn). Sword fern (and possibly other spp.) Phonologically Irregular
Nukuoro Ga(a) Inceptive aspect marker
Nukuoro Ga(a) If
Nukuoro Ka/ngi Sharp (as a knife), pointed Problematic
Nukuoro Ga(a) Inceptive aspect marker; if, and (esp. in numeration), and then
Nukuoro Gaha Portion of coconut husk from which long fibres obtained
Nukuoro Gahu Put on, wear, cover up (the body)
Nukuoro Gavaausu A tree (Barringtonia asiatica) used to poison fish
Nukuoro Gaa Catch fire, aflame
Nukuoro Gaa/gaa Easily ignited
Nukuoro Gai Eat
Nukuoro Gai/ ange nei Misfortune owing to
Nukuoro Gaainga Temporary dwelling
Nukuoro Gaiaa Steal
Nukuoro Gaibea Ghost-crab
Nukuoro Gaga Fibrous sheathing on coconut trunk
Nukuoro Ili Blow, fan (oneself)
Nukuoro Gaga Bird sp Problematic
Nukuoro Kai Legend, story