Entries from Rangi Moeka'a in Pollex-Online

Language Item Description
Rarotongan ʔAarote Plough, cultivate
Rarotongan Aanini Faintness, giddiness
Rarotongan Taariki The young, or the children. A term of affection or endearment sometimes used for adults
Rarotongan ʔAaruke Examine carefully, search head for lice Phonologically Irregular
Rarotongan ʔAanui The Morning Star
Rarotongan Veeʔii Plantain (Ma`uke) . Problematic
Rarotongan ʔAaraavei Meet, come face to face with, encounter
Rarotongan ʔUuʔaa Thighs, lap
Rarotongan ʔUke Open up, as an earthen oven, uncover
Rarotongan ʔUunaa-ʔia Conceal (pass.)
Rarotongan Ngaae Be torn, split, rent (Etn) Nga`ae
Rarotongan Keiaa Steal; thief
Rarotongan Keʔo Sharp point of a spear, a rock; stalactites
Rarotongan Kiʔi Cicada
Rarotongan Kooʔiti Pluck out ; gouge out
Rarotongan Kooʔore Peel or strip off wholly
Rarotongan Koomene Contract, draw together, shrink longitudinally
Rarotongan ʔUte Red . Problematic
Rarotongan Inaina Singe, as a pig
Rarotongan Nu maangaro Type of coconut with sweet-tasting husk
Rarotongan Maangi Floating, drifting in air ; to rise buoyantly
Rarotongan Maanunu Weary, tired
Rarotongan Maaunu Bait; to lure
Rarotongan Muu Big, reddish moth that flies round lamps at night
Rarotongan Naana To raise up, to lift up, to gaze upwards
Rarotongan Paraʔaa Flat, smooth, level, unobstructed
Rarotongan Paremo To drown
Rarotongan Paatuki A large fish, the Sea Dace
Rarotongan Piivai Undeveloped fruit at end of banana bunch
Rarotongan Pooʔatu Stone
Rarotongan Poito Fishing float
Rarotongan Puungaaverevere Spider web
Rarotongan Puʔa Soap; a soft white coral
Rarotongan Puʔi Large black, sea-eel, not Moray. MKE dialect
Rarotongan ʔAamama Yawn, open the mouth
Rarotongan ʔEva Lamentation, mourning
Rarotongan ʔIiʔii A small shellfish
Rarotongan ʔOra Fish poisoning
Rarotongan Taraa-ʔare Gable end of a house or building
Rarotongan Taraaoa A fish
Rarotongan Taaoʔi Hold back, restrain, keep back
Rarotongan Tapairu Eldest daughter of a chief ; a fairy, often used for a pretty girl ; a beauty
Rarotongan Taateʔa Semen
Rarotongan Teʔe Superincise
Rarotongan ʔOo/tete/ To shake with cold, tremble
Rarotongan ʔAkapuu/tiki/ Knot or tie the hair up in a knot
Rarotongan Tino Human body (mainly in songs and regarded as Tahitian) Borrowed
Rarotongan Toʔe Buttocks
Rarotongan Tuupaapaku Corpse, cadaver
Rarotongan Vaimarie Tranquil or placid water