Entries from Clark 1998 in Pollex-Online

Clark, R. (1998). A dictionary of the Mele language (Atara Imere), Vanuatu. Canberrra, Pacific Linguistics.

Language Item Description
Ifira-Mele A- Prefix to singular personal pronouns
Ifira-Mele -a Noun stativising suffix (Rby)
Ifira-Mele Aafea When? (future)
Ifira-Mele Afi Fire
Ifira-Mele Avinia Stand close to, hold by side Borrowed
Ifira-Mele Fiafi Evening
Ifira-Mele Figa Armpit
Ifira-Mele T/afu Heap up
Ifira-Mele Age Postposed particle indicating motion or direction towards a third person
Ifira-Mele Agi/agi Breeze
Ifira-Mele Ao Daylight
Ifira-Mele T/ootea Mid-day
Ifira-Mele Au Gall-bladder
Ifira-Mele Naanei Today
Ifira-Mele Aka Creeper sp., probably (Pueraria lobata)
Ifira-Mele Karisi Cicada
Ifira-Mele Ara Wake up, open one's eyes
Ifira-Mele Aaraga War
Ifira-Mele Raara Small stage of a fish, probably a Caranx sp
Ifira-Mele Arero Tongue
Ifira-Mele Aretuu Tomorrow, the next day, the day after
Ifira-Mele M/ari Fish sp
Ifira-Mele Eeriki Chief, Lord (Christian), king (in cards)
Ifira-Mele Alili A shellfish (Turbo petholatus) Borrowed
Ifira-Mele Aro Below, beneath Problematic
Ifira-Mele Alo Wave, beckon Problematic
Ifira-Mele Alo Steer (paddled canoe) Problematic
Ifira-Mele Ama Kind of plant used for face-paint
Ifira-Mele Ammi Season when crabs are abundant Problematic
Ifira-Mele Na/sereaa Day before yesterday
Ifira-Mele Nafea When? (past)
Ifira-Mele Naanafi Yesterday
Ifira-Mele Napoo- (with numeral N) N days ago
Ifira-Mele Pu/ao Cloud
Ifira-Mele Aoa Banyan
Ifira-Mele Asi Tree with fragrant flower (not Sandalwood)
Ifira-Mele Asu Bail a canoe, dip water
Ifira-Mele Ata Shadow, spirit, picture
Ifira-Mele Tariki Child (of man)
Ifira-Mele Ate Liver
Ifira-Mele Te/etua Spirit
Ifira-Mele Atua God (proper name) from SAM Problematic
Ifira-Mele Av/au I, me
Ifira-Mele Avaga Married
Ifira-Mele Ee Non-future
Ifira-Mele Faa Four
Ifira-Mele Faa Taro stalk
Ifira-Mele Faeru Wipe anus
Ifira-Mele Fafa Ride on someone's back
Ifira-Mele Ffa/ia Carry on back