Entries from Paulus Kieviet & Programa Lengua Rapa Nui in Pollex-Online

Paulus Kieviet & Programa Lengua Rapa Nui (Convenio: Pontificio Universidad Católica de Valparaíso & SIL International).

Language Item Description
Easter Island Aŋi Be certain, know Problematic
Easter Island ʔAariŋa Face
Easter Island Ao World
Easter Island ʔAta Dawn
Easter Island ʔAta Preverbal intensifier: superlative, in high degree. More (adv) (Wbr). Problematic
Easter Island Ave Tail of comet
Easter Island ʔEve Buttocks
Easter Island Haʔa Measuring board; stick (palito) used when weaving nets
Easter Island Haru Take away, take back
Easter Island Hata Open; to open
Easter Island Hata/uma Esternón (sternum)
Easter Island Heŋu(heŋu) To resent Problematic
Easter Island Pupua/heke Wart Problematic
Easter Island Hiri To braid, plait, tress
Easter Island Hiro Plait, braid. Twist (e.g. as in making rope) (Wbr).
Easter Island ʔOo/hiro/hiro Whirlwind
Easter Island Hina Grandchild
Easter Island Hoa Throw Problematic
Easter Island Hure/hure, hu/hure To peel
Easter Island Huri To turn around, turn over; to overthrow, knock down. Pour; turn over (flat-sided objects) (Wbr).
Easter Island Huti Manila hemp
Easter Island ŋau To bite
Easter Island Ama Outrigger
Easter Island Hiva Name of the country from where, according to tradition, came the Polynesian migration of Hotu Matu`a
Easter Island Oŋe Shortage, famine. Lack, scarcity (of anything) (Wbr).
Easter Island Huŋa/moa Needy person under one's care
Easter Island Takoʔa Also Problematic
Easter Island Kauhaŋa Groin
Easter Island Kaui To sew by hand
Easter Island Kena Piquero blanco con la punta de la cola y parte de las alas negras; booby or pikebird, white with black markings on the tail and wings
Easter Island Keva Squint-eyed
Easter Island Kii To say, speak
Easter Island Tikeʔa To see. See (contemplate); find (Wbr). Phonologically Irregular
Easter Island Kohu Container, vessel
Easter Island Koke To limp
Easter Island Marikuru Ashwood . (Sapindus saponaria) . White clay
Easter Island Kokore The moon during the first six nights after the new moon and the five nights after the full moon
Easter Island Kona Surface of the body (tattooed part) Problematic
Easter Island Ika Victim; corpse of man fallen in war
Easter Island Raʔe First
Easter Island Ra/raŋa Weave
Easter Island Ra/raku, raku/raku Scratch
Easter Island Rara Side (lado). Side (archaic) (Wbr).
Easter Island Rei/paa Mother of pearl (madreperla)
Easter Island ŋa/repe Fat, fleshy
Easter Island Riro To become, to be changed into something else, be transformed
Easter Island Rima Five
Easter Island Rima Hand, arm
Easter Island Rito Banana leaf
Easter Island Ro Intensifying particle