Entries from Sperlich 1997 in Pollex-Online

Sperlich, Wolfgang B., ed. (1997) Tohi Vagahau Niue/ Niue Language Dictionary. Government of Niue in association with Department of LInguistics, University of Hawai'i, Honolulu

Language Item Description
Niue A/ti Narrative conjunction: and then
Niue Ti Phrasal or narrative conjunction: and, and then, and so
Niue Aua Emphatic pre-verbal negation marker for second-person imperatives; do not, don't you dare
Niue Ua Pre-verbal negation marker for second person imperatives; don't, do not
Niue Vihi/a(tia) To be hated, disliked Phonologically Irregular
Niue Huu To hide
Niue Tapakau Wing (of any flying thing) Phonologically Irregular
Niue Kapi/niu Cup for drinking (originally made from coconut shell)
Niue Kauhala Roadside
Niue Te/au Hundred
Niue Ua Two
Niue Taa/pulu Dress, garment (generally for females); to cover the body with a garment or blanket
Niue Tehina Younger brother of a man, younger sister of a woman
Niue To/toku To tell, mention, say Phonologically Irregular
Niue Teliga Ear
Niue Tao To bake
Niue Tao/mi To crowd
Niue Taofi To hold back, restrain; to be stopped by someone or something
Niue Taokete Elder brother of a man, elder sister of a woman
Niue Tapaki To seize, catch; arrest; to record; imitate, copy; to rape
Niue Tata Near; closely related
Niue Tatau Wring, squeeze out; milk (vt).
Niue Tau To hang up, suspend
Niue To/tou Read, count Phonologically Irregular
Niue Tau To fight, quarrel; war
Niue Tau Season, year
Niue Tau Plural marker of both definite and indefinite noun phrases
Niue Taui To reply; to pay back; to avenge; reward
Niue Taula/atua Witch doctor, shaman
Niue Taumafa Eat, have a meal (traditionally honorific term)
Niue Tautolu We, us (inc.)
Niue Tenga Lap, thigh
Niue Tega Seed (of plants)
Niue Tiaki To throw away, omit, do away with, stop, abandon
Niue Tino Body (human or animal)
Niue Tipi Split, chop
Niue Too To plant, to grow (of crops)
Niue Toa Warrior, hero
Niue Toe To be left over, remain
Niue Toho To pull; to drag; to fish, trawl
Niue Tokelau North
Niue Toko- Human prefix attached to quantifiers and numbers
Niue To/tolo To crawl (of people and animals)
Niue Tolu Three
Niue Tomo To sink, drown; to become bankrupt. To enter (Wms,McE).
Niue Tonu Proper, right, true, correct
Niue Totogi To pay; payment
Niue Tuu To stand
Niue Tua Back (n)
Niue Tuai Old, ancient; stale; marks perfect aspect