Entries from Fuentes 1960 in Pollex-Online

Fuentes, J. (1960). Diccionario y Gramática de la Lengua de la Isla de Pascua: Pascuense-Castellano, Castellano-Pascuense. Santiago, Andrés Bello.

Language Item Description
Easter Island Ahé When? (future)
Easter Island Ahi Fire
Easter Island Haʔiŋa Armpit Phonologically Irregular
Easter Island Ahu Megalithic construction considered for a long time as a funeral monument...consists of one or more chambers with a platform cover meant to support one or more moai.. Swelling (Wbr).
Easter Island ʔAo Anochecer [sic]
Easter Island ʔAo popohaŋa Dawn, daybreak
Easter Island ʔOotea Dawn, morning, morrow
Easter Island Au Gall
Easter Island Au Humo ; smoke
Easter Island Ai
Easter Island Ai/ŋa Existence
Easter Island Ai Coition, coitus, copulation, sexual intercourse
Easter Island Aka Root
Easter Island Kiakia (Gygis alba) Phonologically Irregular
Easter Island Ako/ako Ensayar un canto repetidas veces Problematic
Easter Island ʔAkui Ungir, untar Problematic
Easter Island Ara Awake
Easter Island Arero Tongue
Easter Island Aro Facade, forefront, front, side
Easter Island ʔAroha Commiseration, compassion, condolence. Grief, sorrow, sadness; regret, be sorry; pity (Wbr).
Easter Island ʔAarote Plough, to plough
Easter Island ŋaruʔa Pillow Phonologically Irregular
Easter Island ʔAmo Carry on the back or shoulders
Easter Island Aʔamu Gossipy, tale-bearing; anecdote, fable, story
Easter Island Ana If
Easter Island (I)aŋa/taiáhi Yesterday
Easter Island Aŋa/taiahiéra The day before yesterday
Easter Island Aŋahé When? (past)
Easter Island An/anake/ Everybody, everyone
Easter Island Aŋapó Anoche
Easter Island Aŋapo/éra The night before last
Easter Island Ha/anuanua mea Rainbow
Easter Island ʔAnuhe Caterpillar
Easter Island Ao Take spoonful or handful of
Easter Island ʔAo Authority, kingdom, domain. To rule, govern (Wbr).
Easter Island Apó Mañana
Easter Island Apo/éra The day after tomorrow
Easter Island Apó era Pasado mañana
Easter Island Ata Shade, shadow
Easter Island ʔAtakai Generous Phonologically Irregular
Easter Island ʔAtariki Elder son; the first-born. Eldest son/daughter (Wbr).
Easter Island Ate Liver
Easter Island ʔAte ʔanuʔanu Lungs
Easter Island ʔAte reherehe Lungs
Easter Island He ati (ora) Persons taking refuge in house of the then ruling tribe
Easter Island Ato To roof
Easter Island Atu Towards there
Easter Island Atu A fish (Métraux 1937)
Easter Island Atua Gentleman, god, Lord
Easter Island ʔAture A tuna-like fish