Entries from Pratt 1911 in Pollex-Online

Pratt, G. (1911). Pratt's Grammar & Dictionary of the Samoan Language. Apia, Western Samoa, Malua Printing Press.

Language Item Description
Samoan Eto Lick Problematic
Samoan Esi Drive away, banish
Samoan Eva To take a walk, especially by moonlight; to go about, to wander at will; to walk at liberty
Samoan Faa Four
Samoan Faa Hoarse
Samoan Faa Stalk
Samoan Failele Mother with newborn child
Samoan Fafa Carry on back
Samoan Fafagu Waken, rouse from sleep
Samoan Fafai Scrape Paper Mulberry or Hibiscus fibres with a shell scraper
Samoan Fafali Wipe after defecating
Samoan Fafie Firewood
Samoan Fafine Woman
Samoan Fafo Exterior, outside
Samoan Faga A bay
Samoan -Faga Noun-forming suffix
Samoan Fafaga, faga/ina To feed
Samoan Faga No-return traps made of basketwork to catch eels, lobsters, etc.
Samoan Faagafao Pet n.
Samoan Faagai/lupe Time associated with pigeons feeding
Samoan Faga-loa A bay in Western Samoa
Samoan Faagota To fish, fishing
Samoan Fagu Gourd used as a bottle
Samoan Fagufagu A flute
Samoan Fai Stingray
Samoan Fai Do, make
Samoan Fai Co-habit with; commit incest or bestiality
Samoan Fai- Prefixed to certain verbs produces noun denoting performer
Samoan Faai To abuse, use bad language Problematic
Samoan Fai Possess, get, obtain
Samoan Fai Do, speak Problematic
Samoan Faigataa Hard, difficult; critical, dangerous; serious
Samoan Faaiʔai Coconut cream baked in leaf packages either plain or with other ingredients. Brain (McP).
Samoan Fai manu Ray sp.
Samoan Faitau To get leaves to cover in the oven
Samoan Faaititili (n), faititili (v) Thunder
Samoan Faaitotoʔa Door, gate, entrance
Samoan Faiva Employment, job, specialty; skill, craft; affairs, business
Samoan Faiva Fishing trip, fishing party
Samoan Faʔa- Causative
Samoan Faʔa- Characteristic of, proper or belonging to; like, in the manner of, of the same kind as
Samoan Faʔaeteete Take care, be careful of
Samoan Faʔa/fana/ Reheat/warm up food
Samoan Faʔafetai To thank, be grateful
Samoan Faʔafiti To deny; to refuse, as a loan
Samoan Faʔafoa Come up, form, of a boil
Samoan Faʔaafu Lay firewood ready for lighting
Samoan Faʔaafu February-March
Samoan Faʔafuaseʔi Suddenly; to come or go suddenly
Samoan Faʔaipoipo Marry. said to be from RAR Problematic