Entries from Hogbin 1930 in Pollex-Online

Hogbin, H. I. (1930). "Notes on a grammar of the language of Ongtong Java." Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies, London Institution: 823-853.

Language Item Description
Luangiua Le/lele Fly (v)
Luangiua Le Run
Luangiua Le/aku Jump
Luangiua Lo/lo/si Protect
Luangiua Lihu Painful
Luangiua So/li/liʔi Little
Luangiua Ke/liu Below
Luangiua Lua Pit
Luangiua Lua Retch, vomit
Luangiua Ma Joins tens to units
Luangiua Malama Light; purify
Luangiua Malili Ill
Luangiua Maakua Priest(s)
Luangiua Maŋava Breathe, throb
Luangiua Maŋuʔa Wound
Luangiua Ha/maoŋi True!
Luangiua Masa Tide, ebbing
Luangiua Maka Face
Luangiua Ele/maka Eye Phonologically Irregular
Luangiua Maka Fight (with weapons) Uncertain Semantic Connection
Luangiua Ha/makaʔu Ghost
Luangiua Makiŋo Know
Luangiua Makau Fish (v) with hook and line
Luangiua Makua Old (persons only); priest
Luangiua Ha/mau Always
Luangiua Mea Red, brightly coloured
Luangiua Mea/ʔe Reply
Luangiua Mole Bald
Luangiua Mua Before, in front. Ancient (Smd).
Luangiua Ha/ŋiki Place together in upright position
Luangiua Niu Coconut (when almost ripe) Problematic
Luangiua ŋoho Remain (of persons)
Luangiua ŋo/ŋoho Sit
Luangiua O Go (of persons only)
Luangiua Papa Earth (as opposed to sky); flat expanse
Luangiua Pu/paʔu Tide, low water; empty
Luangiua Peʔla Black
Luangiua Peŋa/peŋa Make
Luangiua Muŋo/pilo, maŋ/pilo Stink of faeces
Luangiua Poi Paste made from dried fruit
Luangiua Poŋo Stopper
Luangiua Puʔulima Elbow
Luangiua Pulau Stink
Luangiua Pupu Boil, bubble up
Luangiua Sa/sae Tear up completely; hole (if torn)
Luangiua Sau/sau Sprinkle
Luangiua Sau/sau To be borne on the wind
Luangiua Sepe Cut (whittle) Problematic
Luangiua Siŋa Fall (persons only)
Luangiua Siʔa Fishing spear