Entries from Weber & Weber 1995 in Pollex-Online

Weber, Robert L. & Nancy L.Weber (1995). Rapanui, in Darrell T.Tryon (ed), Comparative Austronesian Dictionary. Berlin, Mouton de Gruyter.

Language Item Description
Easter Island Ahiahi Late (of day); afternoon
Easter Island Neʔo-neʔo Very bad smelling (worse than piro) Phonologically Irregular
Easter Island Haŋa Bay Problematic
Easter Island Hoe Paddle (n, v), oar, row
Easter Island Honu Turtle; spider
Easter Island Ara Road, path
Easter Island Kimi Seek, look for
Easter Island Ihu Nose. Headland, point.
Easter Island Raʔaa Sun
Easter Island Raŋi Sky; cloud; Heaven
Easter Island Roro Brain; mind
Easter Island Maaria Calm (of sea)
Easter Island Moe Sleep; lie down
Easter Island Moko Lizard
Easter Island Noho Sit; dwell, live
Easter Island Pari Rough (of sea)
Easter Island Piti Two (in numbers greater than two) Borrowed
Easter Island Hape Wrong; fault; mistake, error
Easter Island Hoa Friend, companion
Easter Island Hoŋi Smell (vt); kiss
Easter Island Taŋata Person, human being; man (vs. woman); people, populace
Easter Island Taui Trade, barter (from Tahitian) Borrowed
Easter Island Tohu Predict, prophesy, make a pronouncement (either good or bad). To predict, foretell; curse, cursed, damned (Fts).
Easter Island Vekeveke Eyelash, eyelid
Easter Island Vera Hot (non-environmental)
Easter Island Veve Poor
Easter Island Tumu, tuŋu (archaic) Cough Phonologically Irregular
Easter Island Take(ʔ)o Cold Problematic
Easter Island Vaʔu Eight Borrowed
Easter Island ʔO/ʔone Earth, ground, soil; dirty
Easter Island Tai papaku Low tide
Easter Island Poo/haahaa Darkness; obscure
Easter Island Hupe Dew Uncertain Semantic Connection
Easter Island Ha/hau Air
Easter Island Pape toʔe/toʔe Ice (from Tahitian) Borrowed
Easter Island Iku-vera Ashes (of fire or embers saved for later use)
Easter Island ʔArahu Charcoal Borrowed
Easter Island Viʔe Woman, wife Problematic
Easter Island Taŋa Young Uncertain Semantic Connection
Easter Island Kenu Husband Uncertain Semantic Connection
Easter Island Haipo-ipo Marry; marriage, wedding Borrowed
Easter Island Matuʔa Benefactor, advisor (male or female, related or not)
Easter Island Nua Term of respect or endearment used in addressing or referring to elder women
Easter Island Matahiapo Eldest child (of all) (possibly from Tahitian)
Easter Island Taina tane/vahine hopeʔa Younger brother/sister Borrowed
Easter Island Hua/ʔai Relatives, kinsmen; family Phonologically Irregular
Easter Island Koutou You (plural)
Easter Island Puaʔa Cattle Borrowed
Easter Island Mamoe tiko Lamb Uncertain Semantic Connection
Easter Island Moraa Duck Borrowed