Entries from Feinberg 1977 in Pollex-Online

Feinberg, R. (1977). The Anutan language reconsidered: Lexicon and grammar of a Polynesian Outlier. New Haven, Human Relations Area Files Press.

Language Item Description
Anuta A Personal article
Anuta Paka/ape/ To bend something into hook shape
Anuta Ape Thousand
Anuta Apu Spring forth Problematic
Anuta Angaa Ceremony for child at puberty
Nukumanu Te lau ano Turmeric
Anuta Ao Day (not night); day (period of time)
Anuta Avatea Midday Problematic
Anuta Au Gall-bladder
Anuta Akiaki Fairy tern
Anuta Ako Learn
Anuta Arero Tongue
Anuta Aringa To smell like rotten fish or bird
Anuta V/ariri/ Greensnail
Anuta Aru Go (second and third person singular)
Anuta Amo Carry on back; carrying stick
Anuta Anapo Last night
Anuta Anu Spit
Anuta Ao Cloud
Anuta Aapai Carry large load in arms
Anuta Api Group of kinsmen plus affines
Anuta Atu To remove liquid from a container, like bailing a canoe or lifting soup out of a bowl with a spoon
Anuta Ata Shadow
Anuta Atamai Mind, meaning
Anuta Atu Particle of direction away from speaker
Anuta Atu Bonito (Katsuwonus pelamis)
Anuta Atua Spirit being
Anuta Au I, me
Anuta Autiapi Smoke
Anuta Ava Passage from open sea to protected water (not necessarily a channel)
Anuta Aavanga Marry
Anuta E Present tense marker
Anuta E by
Anuta Epu/epu Food made fine for infants
Anuta Epo/epo To lick
Anuta Pa Four
Anuta Paangongo Coconut shell, or anything made from coconut shell
Anuta Pai Make, do, occur
Anuta Pai/nga pua Easy
Anuta Paiva Expertise, way
Anuta Pakakii Larynx or throat
Anuta Paa Pandanus sp. Problematic
Anuta Pare koroa Store
Anuta Panau Be born, give birth
Anuta Panaunga Birth group; group of siblings
Anuta Pano To menstruate, menstruation
Anuta Pai Side
Anuta Paai Side
Anuta Patapata Chest
Anuta Patu Rock, stone