Entries from Yen 1973 in Pollex-Online

Yen, D. E. and J. Gordon, Eds. (1973). Anuta: a Polynesian Outlier in the Solomon Islands. Pacific Anthropological Records. Honolulu, Department of Anthropology, Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum.

Language Item Description
Anuta Apaa Storm, big wind
Anuta Api Fire
Anuta Apiapi Evening
Anuta Ango (Curcuma domestica)
Anuta Ara Wake
Anuta Ariki Chief
Anuta Aro/aro Belly, bowels
Anuta Aro To paddle; to go
Anuta Aropa Pity, compassion
Anuta Ana Cave
Anuta Ata Dawn
Anuta Ate Liver
Anuta Atu Line, row
Anuta Au Sea current
Anuta Papa Carry on back
Anuta Papie Firewood
Anuta Papine Woman
Anuta Papo Outside
Anuta Pangai To feed
Anuta Pangota Fishing from canoes ; generic for fishing but especially to fish drives on reef
Anuta Pai Stingray
Anuta Paka- Causative prefix
Anuta Fakaari Show, hold up to view
Anuta Pakatiu North wind
Anuta Para A fine sleeping mat
Anuta Para Pandanus sp.
Anuta Pare House
Anuta Pana Bow
Anuta Pano(pano) Wash
Anuta Pau Tie
Anuta Pau Prefix for flower or leaf garland
Anuta Pepeeki How?
Anuta Pe/pero Light-coloured hair
Anuta Pia How many?
Anuta Piro Twist
Anuta Poe Paddle
Anuta Pora/pora Spread out
Anuta Poro Swallow
Anuta Pono Gather, assemble
Anuta Ponu Turtle
Anuta Pota Fishtrap of stones
Anuta Pou New
Anuta Pua Fruit
Anuta Puri Turn
Anuta Puru Body-hair; feathers
Anuta Pu/puru Wash clothes. To wash an object (other than oneself) (Fbg).
Anuta Puti Pull up
Anuta Puti Banana (Musa sp.)
Anuta Aku Swordfish, large Needlefish
Anuta Ara Road