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 Tupa Landcrab
Samoan Tupe Disc used in lafoga game; money; knee-cap; operculum; a large bean, the fruit of a vine (Entada scandens); a climbing plant (Entada sp.) with large disc-shaped seeds (Mnr); seeds of Entada phaseoloides and probably Mucuna gigantea (Whr)
Samoan Tupu Grow
Samoan Tupua Idol , image
Samoan Tupua Riddle
Samoan Tupuga Ancestor Problematic
Samoan Tusa Like, equal, to be
Samoan Tusi Point (to), indicate
Samoan Tusi Draw, write . Mark siapo, write.
Samoan Fe/tutaʔi Join by knotting together, as a rope
Samoan Tutu Beat bark for barkcloth
Samoan Tutu Set fire to
Samoan Tutuu A whale
Samoan Tuutuu Edible spotted crab (Carpilius sp.)
Samoan Tutua Board/log on which bark for cloth is beaten
Samoan Aa/u, o/u Second person singular possessive predicate, thine
Samoan Uuuu Coconut crab
Samoan Ua/ua A lever ; prise up
Samoan Ua Neck
Samoan Ue/a (Of head) swim, be dizzy
Samoan Ufa/ufa-ma-toa Crowing hen that does not breed
Samoan Ufa Buttocks (impolite) ; rectum, posteriors
Samoan Ufi Yam
Samoan Ufi Cover
Samoan Ufilei Yam variety with spiny stems
Samoan Ufu Fish sp., parrotfish
Samoan Uga Borrow
Samoan Uga General name for hermit-crabs (Mnr)
Samoan Ua Rain
Samoan Ui/ga Meaning
Samoan Uiʔi Youngest (of a family)
Samoan Uila Lightning
Samoan Ui Announce, call out
Samoan -Ui Dark (in compounds)
Samoan Niu ui Variety of coconut
Samoan Uʔa Temporary fastening, on canoe or house Problematic
Samoan Uʔa/uʔa/a Wiry, sinewy
Samoan Uʔa(uʔa) Tough. Gummy (of foods), glutinous
Samoan Uʔamea Iron
Samoan Uʔu Smear the head, as with clay; use leaves as soap; anoint
Samoan Uʔu/i Anoint
Samoan Ula Smoke tobacco
Samoan Ula Lobster, etc. , crayfish
Samoan Ule Penis. Penis (colloquial) (McP).
Samoan Uli Steer v
Samoan Uli Dark colour
Samoan Ulu/ulu Clear the stones from the hearth before lighting up an oven
Samoan Ulu Head, hair
Samoan Ulu Grove, clump
Samoan -(ʔou)lua, -ulua Second person dual possessive suffix