Entries from Ivens 1917 in Pollex-Online

Ivens, W. G. (1917). Dictionary and grammar of the language of Sa'a and Ulawa, Solomon Islands. Washington, DC, Carnegie Institution of Washington.

Language Item Description
Sa'a D/ängi Wind
Sa'a Sato Sun, fine weather
Sa'a S/esu/ Smoke
Sa'a ʔälili Shellfish (Turbo petholatus)
Sa'a S/aro/ To face, turn oneself
Sa'a S/ane White-ant
Sa'a S/ane/ʔa Eaten by white ants
Sa'a ʔAno Pass away, disappear out of sight Problematic
Sa'a Äluhe Centipede
Sa'a S/alo/ Sky, heaven, clouds
Sa'a Ata/ata Grate
Sa'a Adomaʔi Think, recollect (ULW)
Sa'a Sae Liver
Sa'a S/awa/ Freshwater mullet
Sa'a I/eni/ni This, these
Sa'a Ha/i Four
Sa'a Haha Carry on the back
Sa'a Hahi Cook in earth oven
Sa'a Haho- Upper side, outer side
Sa'a Hangoda Haliotis used as bait for crayfish
Sa'a Hali Stingray
Sa'a Hale Shed
Sa'a Hana Shoot with a bow
Sa'a Wao/wao Shrub with white flowers growing on beaches, rocks
Sa'a Halo Bore; a drill
Sa'a Hao Tie
Sa'a Hili Choose for one's own
Sa'a Hulo Close up, wrap around
Sa'a Hiu Seven
Sa'a Hote Paddle
Sa'a Hoi One, used of things spherical in shape... (Ivens 1918)
Sa'a Hoʔi Return
Sa'a Hola Spread
Sa'a Hono Shut
Sa'a Honu Full
Sa'a Hoa Make incision
Sa'a Hoa/si Cut marks upon, carve
Sa'a Haalu New
Sa'a Hue/hue Fruit
Sa'a Hule Convolvulus sp. growing on beach
Sa'a Huu Clump, group, bunch Problematic
Sa'a Huʔe Uncover
Sa'a Hule Arrive Phonologically Irregular
Sa'a Hule Strip off outer covering of food-plant
Sa'a Hulu Be hairy
Sa'a Hudi Banana
Sa'a Huu A littoral tree (Barringtonia speciosa)
Sa'a Nguru Growl, roar, groan
Sa'a Ngudu Lip
Sa'a Taa What?, why?