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 Ulua Caranx spp.
Samoan Uluaʔi First
Samoan Uluga A couple, a man and his wife; a couple of birds or fishes
Samoan Ulu Swell or breakers caused by hidden rock Problematic
Samoan Ulumatua Firstborn, eldest child
Samoan Ulupoʔo Skull
Samoan Ulutuʔi Cirrhites sp. , fish sp.
Samoan Uma A wide chest
Samoan Umaga Flourishing Problematic
Samoan Ume Mature fish of naso genus
Samoan Umu Oven, food cooked in oven
Samoan Una Fish scale, tortoise-shell
Samoan Iʔa una Hawk's bill turtle
Samoan Unafi To scale fish
Samoan Unoʔo Bruised or swollen
Samoan Unusi Pick out taro
Samoan Usi The name of a strong-smelling shrub (Evodia hortensis)
Samoan -usi Green or blue
Samoan Uso Umbilical cord
Samoan Uso Same-sex sibling
Samoan Usu Woo, press one's suit to a succesful conclusion (including sexual intercourse)
Samoan Usu Make formal call, meet (of council); sing a song
Samoan Usu Be painful (of the mouth)
Samoan Usu Rise and leave early in the morning
Samoan Uta Cargo, freight (of canoe)
Samoan Uta Inland (from shore), shore, land (from sea)
Samoan Uta An opinion, judgement
Samoan Uto Float
Samoan Uto Spongy substance in old coconut
Samoan -(ʔou)tou, -utou Second person plural possessive suffix
Samoan Utu Right of succession to royalty Uncertain Semantic Connection
Samoan Utu Dig up, as yams and arrowroot
Samoan Utu Draw water, fill with liquid
Samoan Utu Fish sp.
Samoan Utupoto Tie-beam
Samoan Va Noise
Samoan Vaa Space between. Distance, space (between two places, things, or people); relationship, relations (between two things or people) (Mnr).
Samoan Vae Leg
Samoan Velo The horns of a crayfish ; antenna, feeler; afterdeck of a bonito-canoe Problematic
Samoan Vae To divide
Samoan Vaae/faa Divide into four
Samoan Vaaega Section, division, part, portion, share, party
Samoan Vaelua Divide in two
Samoan Vai Water
Samoan Vai ʔeli Well
Samoan Vaai/palolo Wet season, beginning September-October
Samoan Vaipuna Spring of water
Samoan Vaitafe River, stream , River
Samoan Vaaivai Watery, as thin gruel
Samoan Vaʔa Canoe