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 Ne Past tense marker (Fbg)
Anuta Nei This, here
Anuta Neve Carry on back with straps
Anuta Ni Indefinite article plural
Anuta Nipo Tooth
Anuta Niu Coconut Palm (Cocos nucifera)
Anuta No/noo Tie two pieces of cord together; cord
Anuta Nopine Wife
Anuta Nopo Sit
Anuta Nopu Stonefish
Anuta Nuku Land, island
Anuta O To go Borrowed
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
Anuta Pau Plant spp. (1) (Pandanus dubius), (2) (Pipturus argenteus)
Anuta Peau Ocean wave
Anuta Pengu Dull, not sharp (e.g. of a knife)
Anuta Pei-ia To throw; be carried away by wind or tide
Anuta Pee/pee To throw
Anuta Peka Flying-fox
Anuta Pete Sing, song
Anuta Pito Navel
Anuta Pongipongi Morning, 5-11 a.m.
Anuta Poka Jump with a start as when suddenly awakened
Anuta Pokouru Skull
Anuta Pora Coconut leaf mat used to cover a canoe when it is not being used...
Anuta Poto Wise, expert
Anuta Potu/aa The end of a house
Anuta Pou Post
Anuta Pouri Night, darkness, be dark
Anuta Pui Smell n.
Anuta Puko pakatangia (Hernandia peltata) Problematic
Anuta Puko vai (Cordia subcordata) Problematic
Anuta Puke Bow and stern covers
Anuta Puku Put in mouth
Anuta Purapura/ivae Anklebone Problematic
Anuta Putu/putu (of crops) Be planted close together
Anuta Aere Walk, walk about
Anuta Tanguru The sound of a very strong wind
Anuta Te kura Black marlin Phonologically Irregular
Anuta Kai/tamu/ Eat fish only
Anuta Taapi Touch, pick up, carry, grab. [s.v. aapai] to carry a small object, such as a pencil or pipe, in one's hands Problematic
Anuta Tatave Flying-fish
Anuta Tau Carry, take, bring (poss. TIK loanword)
Anuta Taunga Sour, pungent or other disagreeable odour