Entries from Dougherty 1983 in Pollex-Online

Dougherty, J. W. D. (1983). West Futuna-Aniwa: An Introduction to a Polynesian Outlier Language. Berkeley, University of California Press.

Language Item Description
West Futuna A Personal article
West Futuna Afa Gale, storm winds, hurricane winds
West Futuna Afe To return
West Futuna Afea, afia, aia When (future interrogative)
West Futuna Afi Fire
West Futuna Afiafi Evening
West Futuna Afiga Armpit
West Futuna Afu/a Prepare ground for a garden
West Futuna Ao Day, daylight; ; to dawn, to be light; to allow light to pass through...
West Futuna T/aotea Noon, afternoon
West Futuna Au Spleen (ANI)
West Futuna Au Smoke; smoky
West Futuna (I)ranei Today
West Futuna Tutu Fishing for flying fish (at night, with torch)....
West Futuna Kirisi Cricket, cicada. Cigale de l'heure du kava (Rve).
West Futuna Ako-na Try, learn, essay, attempt.
West Futuna Ara Be awake, open the eyes
West Futuna Arafi/a Bring, lead someone; marry (a wife)
West Futuna Ara uru A fish Phonologically Irregular
West Futuna Arajia (WFU), araSia (ANI) Scratch, engrave; claw (n,v)
West Futuna Are/ki Weak, sick Phonologically Irregular
West Futuna Rero Tongue
West Futuna Aratu Tomorrow
West Futuna Ari Flounder
West Futuna Ari Open, clear; become known
West Futuna Ariki Chief, ruler; god, spirits; to rule
West Futuna Te/riki, tS/eriki (ANI) Chief. A high chief (Cpl).
West Futuna Aro/fia mai Paddle forward a little
West Futuna Aro Chest; forward or front side of something. Versant (Rve).
West Futuna Arofa (WFU), alofa (ANI) Sorrow, pity, compassion, love; present, gift; gesture of kindness or sympathy; paint for rubbing on persons so that their enemies may not kill them
West Futuna Rapou Woman pregnant for first time and near birth
West Futuna Amo/sia Wipe, rub; massage. Passer la main une fois, caresser (Rve).
West Futuna Ama Kind of tree whose root is grated for spice
West Futuna Ana Only, just, completely, totally Problematic
West Futuna Nanafi, nunafi, ninaia Yesterday
West Futuna Oa Banyan-like tree
West Futuna Apo (trans. apo-(t)jia) To defend; to cover, shade. Boucher, poser des feuilles (Rve).
West Futuna Ata Morning
West Futuna Ata Soul, spirit. ghosts of the dead; shadow, reflection, image...
West Futuna Tariki Son, nephew (of a man)
West Futuna Atamai Right-minded, sane, clever
West Futuna Ate
West Futuna Ate Liver; heart
West Futuna Tepiri Spleen
West Futuna Atu Indicates that action is directed at addressee
West Futuna Atu Row, line
West Futuna Te na Demonstrative pronoun, singular, near addressee
West Futuna Av/au I, first person singular pronoun (subject or object)
West Futuna Aue Interjection of delight, surprise or pain
West Futuna Auaga Shed, flake, peel of skin