Entries from Shibata 1999 in Pollex-Online

Shibata, N. (1999). Mangaian-English Dictionary. Rarotonga, Cook Islands Library and Museum Society.

Language Item Description
Mangaia Aa/ku, oo/ku I, mine Problematic
Mangaia ʔA/u You, the singular second personative substitute in certain possessive sentences
Mangaia Arero Tongue
Mangaia Au I, me
Mangaia ʔAuaʔa, ʔauraka. Don't, lest
Mangaia ʔAo Serf, those defeated (Sta)
Mangaia ʔUke (pass. ʔukea) Open up, uncover
Mangaia Ngana Resound
Mangaia Ka(a)kaa/ia White Tern (Gygis alba)
Mangaia ʔAʔai Tuna, albacore, yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacores et al) Problematic
Mangaia Koe You (sg)
Mangaia Koi Fast, quick
Mangaia Koorua Second person dual pronoun
Mangaia Kootaʔa Lesser Frigate Bird (Fregata minor)
Mangaia Kootou Second person plural cardinal pronoun
Mangaia Koutou Second person plural independent pronoun
Mangaia Kuriri Wandering tattler (Heteroscelus incanus)
Mangaia Kumukumu Emperor angelfish (Pomacanthodes imperator), adult
Mangaia Kuta Reed sp
Mangaia Ia He, she
Mangaia Ika Human sacrifice
Mangaia Raakoa Shearwater, petrel
Mangaia Raaua Third person dual independent pronoun
Mangaia Raatou Third person plural independent pronoun
Mangaia Paareu Ceremonial or dancing skirt
Mangaia Roo Ant
Mangaia Ruʔi In an unhealthy state after delivery (of woman)
Mangaia Nunga Top (Gill 1876, p.150)
Mangaia Mai Give it to me! Show me!
Mangaia Mai Come here!
Mangaia Maikuku Nail (anatomical)
Mangaia Maimai Come here! (a call to pigs to gather them together to feed them)
Mangaia Marangai East
Mangaia Maamari Orchitis, inflammatory disease of the testicles
Mangaia Peʔu Multiple-ply leaf covering of earth oven
Mangaia Maatou We (exc.)
Mangaia Maaua We two (exc)
Mangaia Maumau Waste, just staying there, not useful
Mangaia Mea It, something, so-and-so, the afore-mentioned
Mangaia Miru A goddess in 'Avaiki who cooks all the deceased people in her oven...
Mangaia Mokoroa-i-ata The Milky Way (Makemson 1941:185)
Mangaia Moʔo/moʔo Sooty crake (Porzana fusca)
Mangaia Na/nave Delight, pleasurable, enjoy, have orgasm
Mangaia Nono Indian mulberry (Morinda citrifera)
Penrhyn Pi/piro Pus
Penrhyn Piro To be old and smell bad
Mangaia Paroro The month of June to July, when the weather is verydry
Mangaia Patu A wooden sword
Mangaia Poito Float-fishing in which hooks on short lines are attached to floats (Cek)
Mangaia ʔOra Poisonous, poison; catch fish using a fish poison