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 Kainanga Certain social groups said to be descendants of early invaders; clan
Anuta Kakau Swim, singular
Anuta Ka/kara Irritating to the skin
Anuta Kararaa Rustling noise
Anuta Karakarapui (Acalypha grandis)
Anuta Karikau Trochus shell (found in Tikopia, but not Anuta); trochus shell armlet
Anuta Kamu Chew
Anuta Kanopi Meat, flesh, edible portion of anything
Anuta Kanoimata Eye (as an object)
Anuta Kaokao Armpit
Anuta Kapakapa To flap wings
Anuta Kape/ngatara Plant: (Alocasia macrorrhiza)
Anuta Kaponga Ear of fish.
Anuta Kati A shell used to grind coconut
Anuta Kata Laugh
Anuta Katapa A kind of plant; leaves used to cover food in earth oven (Asplenium nidus)
Anuta Rau katapa (Asplenium nidus)
Anuta Paai /katea/ Starboard side of canoe, opposite to outrigger side
Anuta Katikati Outside part of the neck Problematic
Anuta Katoa Alleach, every
Anuta Kau First person singular pronoun used as subject in active constructions
Anuta Kauai Chin
Anuta Kaupapa A rock shelf or ledge
Anuta Kau vaka Canoe crew
Anuta Kava Climbing shrub (Ficus sp.)
Anuta Kave Sibling or cousin of opposite sex
Anuta Kaavenga Guide star
Anuta Kaviki Small, white sand-crab
Anuta Ke You singular, used as subject in active constructions
Anuta Kere Soil, sand
Anuta Kere/kere Generic term for sand, dirt, or soil; dirty; world
Anuta Keri To dig; to bury
Anuta Kemo Close one's eyes
Anuta Kena White
Anuta Ketu Hop on one leg; malformed (foot or leg)
Anuta Koe You (Sing.)
Anuta Kope Bamboo
Anuta Kope Knife or other small cutting implement; to peel
Anuta Kore(kore) Be ill-disposed towards someone Uncertain Semantic Connection
Anuta Koru Second person pronoun, preposed, you
Anuta Korua Second person pronoun, independent form, you
Anuta Kono/kono Angry Uncertain Semantic Connection
Anuta Koii To scratch with one`s fingernail
Anuta Kotou Second person plural pronoun, subject clitic
Anuta Kotou Second person plural personal pronoun
Anuta Kovi Bad
Anuta -ku First person singular possessive suffix
Anuta Kuku Grasp a small object which may be completely held in the hand
Anuta Korii Dog
Anuta Kumaa Rat