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 Rimu Seaweed, algae, moss
Anuta Ropa A kind of bird
Anuta Rongo News
Anuta Rou Pole for fruit-picking
Anuta Roi Lie (as opposed to the truth)
Anuta Roi Food mixed with coconut cream, wrapped in a leaf and baked
Anuta Roro Coconut cream
Anuta Roi Food cooked with coconut cream
Anuta Ruo Hole Problematic
Anuta Rua Vomit
Anuta Runga Above
Anuta Ruru Hawk
Anuta Maa And (used with numerals)
Anuta Ma/maa/ Vegetable food (of several kinds) preserved by fermentation
Anuta Ma First person dual preposed subject pronoun
Anuta -ma First person dual possessive suffix
Anuta Maea Heavy rope
Anuta Mapetua Sneeze
Anuta Mapoaata Pre-dawn period when people start to stir
Anuta Mapuri Capsize; turn something over; be upside down
Anuta Mangamangaatai Starfish with very fine, delicate, tentacles
Anuta Mai Particle indicating action towards some point of reference, generally the speaker
Anuta Maikao Finger or toe
Anuta Maka Sling for hurling stones
Anuta Makeke Strong
Anuta Maakira/kira Shiny
Anuta Marae Open ceremonial area
Anuta Maarama Light, bright, daylight
Anuta Marau Squirrelfish
Anuta Maro Men's loin garment, made from a strip of bark-cloth
Anuta Maaro Prize Problematic
Anuta Maroro Healthy
Anuta Maaroi Healthy Problematic
Anuta Maru Protector, man of rank (Fbg.1988)
Anuta Maruu Soft, flexible
Anuta Maamaa Light in weight
Anuta Mamai Hurt, pain . Problematic
Anuta Mamata To see
Anuta Maanatu To think
Anuta Ma(a)nava Belly, stomach
Anuta Maanava Breath, to rest
Anuta Manene Walkabout
Anuta Manipi Small, torpedo-shaped fish
Anuta Mano A thousand, or ten thousand
Anuta Manongi Flower, fragrant
Anuta Manu Bird or flying insect
Anuta Manu(Manu) Animal
Anuta Manuu Power, mana
Anuta Manumanu Animal and perhaps non-flying insect
Anuta Maori Indigenous, true, close of kin