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 La au/sulu Sunset
Luangiua Si Coconut meat
Luangiua Soʔ/ia By himself ; alone
Luangiua Sopo Bear children; be born Uncertain Semantic Connection
Luangiua Su/su Change Phonologically Irregular
Luangiua Ka/ia Beat
Luangiua Ka/ia make Kill
Luangiua Kae Ordure (always in plural)
Luangiua Kae/kahi Broom
Luangiua Kaiao To-morrow
Luangiua Ka/kala/ Language, talk; myth
Luangiua Kala/kala Long conversation
Luangiua Kalake Beard (always in plural) Phonologically Irregular
Luangiua A/kaliŋa Ear
Luangiua Kua Open-sea side
Luangiua Kama(li)liʔi Child
Luangiua Kaia make Kill Problematic
Luangiua Kapaʔau Mat (woven by hand, of coconut leaf)
Luangiua Kapili Close (adv)
Luangiua Ki/kiʔi Tickle Problematic
Luangiua Kia Root Problematic
Luangiua Kili Leave behind (probably aplies only to a place when one is going on a journey)
Luangiua Kili/a Rock (v)
Luangiua Ke/iho Fall down (persons and things) Phonologically Irregular
Luangiua Kuai Stool
Luangiua Ku-elemaka Eyelash Problematic
Luangiua Pu/kili Knee
Luangiua Ku/kuŋu Cook
Luangiua Kipua Spirit of the dead; devil
Luangiua Ua Vein
Luangiua Uula Lightning
Luangiua Ulu Top
Luangiua Poh/ulu Head
Luangiua Iŋi Burn (vi)
Luangiua Va/vai Distribute
Luangiua Vela Burn (vi)
Luangiua Vele/vele Sweep
Luangiua Mala Nasty (taste)
Luangiua Kaha Water bottle
Luangiua Kaŋaka Man
Luangiua Vei/songi Cunnilinctus
Luangiua Somo Penilinctus
Luangiua Pesi/a Throw away
Luangiua ŋ/aea Why?
Luangiua Pole/pole Watchers, protectors -- officials who patrolled the malae and punished trespassers Phonologically Irregular
Luangiua Koʔo/i A class of priests, assistant priests
Luangiua Sa Lupe The Two Doves -- sacred figures Uncertain Semantic Connection
Luangiua Vai langi The sky
Luangiua Ke Ngiva The Milky Way
Luangiua Heʔe Octopus