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 -matou First person exclusive plural possessive suffix
Anuta Matou We pl. (exc.)
Anuta Mau Find, discover, become aware of
Anuta M(a)aua We two (exc.)
Anuta Mauakena White-bodied, red-footed booby (Fbg)
Anuta Mea Thing; person; male sex organ
Anuta Mero Red
Anuta Miro A kind of tree (Thespesia populnea)
Anuta Mimi Urinate; urine
Anuta Miti Dream
Anuta Mo With, and
Anuta Moa A bunch of bananas just beginning to fruit
Anuta Moana Ocean beyond the reef
Anuta Moeranga Sleeping-place, bed, sleeping mat
Anuta Moko A type of fairly large lizard (possibly same species as *moko uri*)
Anuta Mokopuna Grandchild; descendant
Anuta Morokau Centipede
Anuta Motu Small island...
Anuta Mua Before, in front; front, the forward part of something
Anuta Muko First leaf of a young plant
Anuta Muri Behind
Anuta Muri/ penua The west side of Anuta
Anuta Mu/muni/ To hide oneself
Anuta -na Third person singular possessive marker
Anuta Na Third person singular preposed subject pronoun
Anuta Naaua Third person dual independent pronoun
Anuta Namu Mosquito
Anuta Natu Fruit tree (Burckella obovata)
Anuta Nau Title for a married woman; kinship "title" for mother-in-law or daughter-in-law
Anuta Natou Third person plual independent pronoun
Anuta Ne Past tense marker
Anuta Nei This, here
Anuta Neve Carry on back with straps
Anuta Ni Indefinite article plural: some
Anuta Nipo Tooth
Anuta Niu Coconut Palm (Cocos nucifera) (fruit and tree)
Anuta No/noo Tie two pieces of cord together; cord
Anuta Nopine Wife
Anuta Nopo (pl. nonopo) Sit, dwell, be alive
Anuta Nopu Stonefish
Anuta Nuku Island (archaic)
Anuta O To go, come, proceed Borrowed
Anuta Oo, oto Provisions for voyage
Anuta Pae Stone wall or divider (e.g. sea-wall, stones marking outline of house)
Anuta Paki A paddle-like implement used in certain dances
Anuta Pakuu Loud, sharp noise such as thunder
Anuta Parapara Mud
Anuta Pari Male genital area
Anuta Paopao A non-sacred canoe
Anuta Papa Board, plank