Entries from Stimson 1964 in Pollex-Online

Stimson, J. F. (1964). A Dictionary of Some Tuamotuan Dialects of the Polynesian Language. The Hague, Martinus Nijhoff.

Language Item Description
Tuamotu Ania/nia Be dizzy, feel vertiginous Phonologically Irregular
Tuamotu Ano Lonely, desolate
Tuamotu Anu Cold
Tuamotu Anu To spit, spittle, saliva
Tuamotu Anuanua Rainbow
Tuamotu Anuhe Mountain fern variety
Tuamotu Anuhe Caterpillar
Tuamotu Ao Gleaming cloud (Obs.)
Tuamotu Aoa To emit a single howl
Tuamotu ʔAo An onomatopoetic imitation of the bark of a dog (borrowed from TAH)
Tuamotu Aoraŋi The house of Tane-atua
Tuamotu Apiapi Crowded
Tuamotu Api Close together Problematic
Tuamotu Apu To completely enclose, seize in a cavity, as when a large fish seizes a smaller one in the mouth; to take the bait, as fish; to gobble, as a piece of food...
Tuamotu Apu To grip, grasp
Tuamotu Ahi Sandalwood (Santalum spp.)
Tuamotu Ata Dawn
Tuamotu Ata Shadow, reflection
Tuamotu Atarau A cloud-cap
Tuamotu Taariki Set apart for-, acted upon by- the nobles; hence noble, chiefly, princely Uncertain Semantic Connection
Tuamotu Ate Heart
Tuamotu Atea Clear, open, unobstructed
Tuamotu Kau/ati Lower frictioning stick of fire-plough
Tuamotu Aati A knot in a braid of hair Uncertain Semantic Connection
Tuamotu Tuu/ati/ To be joined end to end
Tuamotu Ato Ascend (as cloud rising into view)
Tuamotu Ato Thatch
Tuamotu Atu Away from speaker
Tuamotu Atu Bonito (Obs.)
Tuamotu Atua Deity
Tuamotu Ature Fish sp
Tuamotu (V)au First person singular pronoun (Focus)
Tuamotu Auahi Fire
Tuamotu Aue Bewail, lament
Tuamotu Ava Pass, channel in a reef, port, harbour
Tuamotu Ava Fish sp. (also called patii)
Tuamotu Avatea Late morning to early afternoon
Tuamotu Ave The tail of a kite; a feeler of a certain variety of jellyfish; long hairs, as on a dog's tail; long streamers of cloud...
Tuamotu Ave The tail of a comet
Tuamotu E Verbal particle, incipient action/condition
Tuamotu E Preposed agent marker
Tuamotu ʔEe Yes indeed
Tuamotu Ea Emerge, appear, rise
Tuamotu Ehu Covered with ripples
Tuamotu E(e)ie These, these ones
Tuamotu Rehi Coconut in its fifth growth stage
Tuamotu Emi Show fear, quail, shrink from danger
Tuamotu Ene Poke (e.g. fish in hole) w. finger etc
Tuamotu Veoveo To have the odour of urine Phonologically Irregular
Tuamotu Ehi Pursue, drive away (Obs.)