Entries from Shand 1911 in Pollex-Online

Shand, A. (1911). The Moriori People of the Chatham Islands. Memoirs of the Polynesian Society, Vol. 2.

Language Item Description
Moriori Hiti Spring (v)
Moriori Hitiki Thick places Problematic
Moriori Te/whitu Seven
Moriori Hohonu Deep
Moriori Hoki, heoki, khioke Return
Moriori Hoki, hoke, hokai Also, again
Moriori Hore Tear off
Moriori Ho(o)ro Swallow
Moriori Hu Fruit, bear fruit; abound
Moriori Hu manu Egg
Moriori Hu Roe of fish
Moriori Huka tei Surf
Moriori Huri, huru To turn
Moriori Huruhuru Hair
Moriori Huna Hide, conceal . Secretly
Moriori Hunonga, hunungo Daughter-in-law . Son-in-law
Moriori Huiti, uti Pull the hair, pluck
Moriori Ka Plural definite article
Moriori Ngaere Shake, as the ground
Moriori Ngawha, ngaha Burst, break . Be broken
Moriori Ngahuru Ten
Moriori Ngakau Entrails, bowels
Moriori Ngake Bay Problematic
Moriori Ngako Fat
Moriori Ngarehu Charcoal
Moriori Ngarara Lizard, insect
Moriori E/ringi However Phonologically Irregular
Moriori Ngaro Lost, forgotten, absent . No longer heard
Moriori Ngaro Fly (n)
Moriori Ngaru Wave (n)
Moriori Ngaruru Dizzy
Moriori Ngahere/here Forest
Moriori Ngahu Bite
Moriori Ngau Chew
Moriori Ngawari Mellow, easy
Moriori Ngenge Jaded, fatigued
Moriori Ngoto Enter
Moriori Ngu Shark Uncertain Semantic Connection
Moriori Nguru Hum, buzz
Moriori Ngutu Lip(s), beak, brim
Moriori Aha Do what?; anything
Moriori Anga Turn (one's back) ; front; stomach, intestines (Wms) Problematic
Moriori Te/arauru Ten
Moriori Ake Adverbial particle
Moriori Ara Route, road, path
Moriori I/arataki Lead, conduct
Moriori Eke Be aground . Come on to Problematic
Moriori Ingoo, ingoa Name
Moriori Te/iwa Nine
Moriori Oko Rafter