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 Eve Womb
Tuamotu Faa Four
Tuamotu Haa Four
Tuamotu Haa- Causative prefix
Tuamotu Faa- Causative (poetic variant)
Tuamotu Faa Stalk
Tuamotu Faiere Young mother, with only one or two children; woman recovering from childbirth
Tuamotu Haaeru Wipe the rectum
Tuamotu Faafaa Feel with fingers
Tuamotu Haahaa Feel with fingers
Tuamotu Fafaruua Variety of giant Manta Ray, the Devilfish (Manta birostris)
Tuamotu Faŋa Open out, apart
Tuamotu Faŋa Spread the legs
Tuamotu Faŋa Cove, bay
Tuamotu -Haŋa Noun-forming suffix
Tuamotu -Faŋa Noun-forming suffix
Tuamotu Faaŋai Feed (Transitive)
Tuamotu Haaŋai Feed (Transitive)
Tuamotu Tamaariki-faaŋai An adopted- feeding-child
Tuamotu Faŋo Nasal speech impediment, nasal obstruction
Tuamotu Fai Stingray
Tuamotu Hai Stingray
Tuamotu Fai String game, cat's cradle
Tuamotu Fai Fight
Tuamotu Fai To bewitch, to injure by charms, spells; to pronounce a charm
Tuamotu Ha(k)ainu Cause to drink, give a drink to; to drink
Tuamotu Faaita Make a grimace
Tuamotu Faa-ite Up to, level with
Tuamotu Faito Equal to, measure, weigh
Tuamotu Faka- Causative
Tuamotu Hakaea To come to the surface and pause (said of turtles); to be coming with difficulty, be exhausted (said of the breath); to stop, pause, rest
Tuamotu Hakaipo To affiance
Tuamotu Hakaipoipo To marry; to be affianced
Tuamotu Fakakai Plug, ornament for hole in earlobe
Tuamotu Fakaroŋo To be still, quiet
Tuamotu Fakaroŋo, hakaroŋo To listen, hear; to obey, heed, pay attention to
Tuamotu Hakamata Begin
Tuamotu Hakamau To establish; affix, join, fasten firmly
Tuamotu Hakamau To be unwavering, unfaltering; continuing, lasting, enduring
Tuamotu Hakapango To manage, practise, use; to cause to be sure, make certain
Tuamotu Hakapapa To recite genealogies
Tuamotu Hakaturituri To disobey
Tuamotu Haki Pick, pluck
Tuamotu Faaki To reveal, confess, declare, etc.,
Tuamotu Aruke, raruke To delouse Phonologically Irregular
Tuamotu Fara Pandanus
Tuamotu Hara Pandanus
Tuamotu Farara Lean forward
Tuamotu Harara Lean forward
Tuamotu Farara Blow (of wind)