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 Manu Kite
Mangaia Manu The month of July to August (obs.)
Mangaia Kaakaro matariki Look carefully, watch carefully Uncertain Semantic Connection
Penrhyn Otaota Rubbish, weeds
Mangaia Kooua The coconut before forming any flesh inside
Mangaia Koomoto Coconut maturation stage: half-ripe, containing more flesh than water...
Mangaia Pei Green candlenut fruit divided into halves; toss or fumble something on one's palm (as in playing dib-stones)
Penrhyn Kakau Handle, shaft
Penrhyn Mene/mene Big, fatted
Mangaia Maaea Weak, low-spirited, idle, lazy
Mangaia Ori Wander, walk around; stir; make love
Mangaia ʔAaroo Peep out; stretch one's head (to see something distant; stretch one's hand (to take something)
Mangaia Moko Caterpillar, butterfly larva
Mangaia Tarao Brown-spotted grouper (Epinephelus sp.)
Mangaia Kaa Flame, burn, blaze up, scald
Mangaia Tai mate Very calm sea
Mangaia Mareka Satisfied, happy
Mangaia Ea/a maki To recover from illness
Mangaia Koiti The little finger
Mangaia Pou Jump or dive into the water
Mangaia (To)toʔa Spread [ex. soil]
Mangaia Tuʔa Share, divide
Mangaia ʔUa/aki Remove, pull off with force
Mangaia ʔUaaki Remove, pull off with force
Mangaia Kumikumi Moustache, beard
Mangaia Aʔore Banded flagtail (Kuhlia taeniura)
Mangaia Aa Like, similar to
Mangaia Ee And, together, plus
Mangaia Aa Through, all the way (post-verbal)
Mangaia Aro rangi Weather Problematic
Mangaia Aro rangi Weather
Mangaia ʔOka/a kina Lever off and collect sea urchins Phonologically Irregular
Mangaia Ngutu paa Entrance, doorway
Mangaia Ranga (pass. rangaaʔia) Look around for, seek for
Mangaia Tikaai Very, really, certainly
Mangaia Vaʔanga Fragment, piece, bit, half
Mangaia Koorare Javelin (a weapon in premissionary times)
Mangaia Maakona Captain; instructor, director; successful fisherman
Mangaia Ngaateitei Respectable, high, paramount
Mangaia Tuukau Help somebody to walk by supporting from side
Mangaia Au Particle marking non-singularity or plurality
Mangaia ʔAkamaʔara Remember, long for, scold, worry
Mangaia ʔIti The whole population of a particular tribe, district, or island
Mangaia Te ʔiti tangata Tribe, a few people
Mangaia ʔOoronga-ʔia Give; generous
Mangaia ʔUriʔuri manako To discuss, look for a solution
Mangaia ʔUri/ʔia Hurricane
Mangaia ʔAaua Enclosure, fence Phonologically Irregular