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 Romi Squeeze
Moriori Ropa Young man
Moriori Roto Inside
Moriori Roto Lake
Moriori Rotu Lulled
Moriori Ru/ru Shake (as a line by fish)
Moriori Ru whenu Earthquake
Moriori Rua Hole
Moriori Ruaki Vomit
Moriori Runga On . Aloft
Moriori Ruku Band
Moriori Ruku tuupo Dive
Moriori Ruru Bind up (torch)
Moriori Ruru Sheltered
Moriori Ma And (with numbers)
Moriori Ma(a) Go, retire (group of people), leave
Moriori Ma And the rest
Moriori Me ma Clean, white
Moriori Ma, ma(a)- For
Moriori Maene Smooth Problematic
Moriori Mahana Warm
Moriori Mahi Action
Moriori Mahine Woman . Female
Moriori Mahoro, mohoro Extended (Wms)
Moriori Mahuta Rise up
Moriori Manga Fork of a tree, bough
Moriori Maanga Mouthful
Moriori Mango Shark
Moriori Maikuku Finger nail
Moriori Makariri Cold
Moriori Makomako (Anthornis melanura) (GNZMMSS18)
Moriori Makutu Crafty, deceitful, to cajole
Moriori Mara/mara Splinter, chip, bit
Moriori Marangai South-east
Moriori Hau marangei East wind
Moriori Marama Light
Moriori Marama Moon
Moriori Mare Cough
Moriori Maria Exceedingly
Moriori Mari Patiently, peaceably
Moriori Marii = MAO marie (Wms)
Moriori Maringi Spilled
Moriori Manino = MAO marino (Wms)
Moriori Maro Girdle
Moriori Moroke Dry
Moriori Maro Stubborn, obstinate; to contend
Moriori Hauto/maru Dim
Moriori Maru Bruised, maimed Uncertain Semantic Connection
Moriori Mama Light (not heavy)
Moriori Mae Sore, pain, afflict, ache