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 Harara Blow (of wind)
Tuamotu Hoorau ~ foorau Canoe shed
Tuamotu Fare House
Tuamotu Hare House
Tuamotu Faariki Sticks on hot stones to prevent food burning
Tuamotu Faariu Turn (round)
Tuamotu Haariu Turn (round)
Tuamotu Faro Peek, peer, look carefully into
Tuamotu Faroo Tighten the final lashing of a canoe
Tuamotu Faarooa A variety of fish
Tuamotu Haru Carry off, rob by violence, rape
Tuamotu Faru Soft mud at bottom of a pool
Tuamotu Fana Shoot with bow
Tuamotu Hana Shoot with bow
Tuamotu Hana Give forth heat, be warm
Tuamotu Fanaa Yard of sea-going canoe
Tuamotu Fanake Arise, grow/spring up
Tuamotu Fanako Good fortune, easy circumstances
Tuamotu Faanako Desire, longing
Tuamotu Haanau Born, to be, give birth to
Tuamotu Faano Go to/from distant place
Tuamotu Haano Go to/from distant place
Tuamotu Faanui Name of a star
Tuamotu Fao Caulking instrument
Tuamotu Fao Put into a sorcerer's basket Problematic
Tuamotu Fao Perforate
Tuamotu Ko/fao/ Hole
Tuamotu Haapuku Fish sp
Tuamotu Haha Arrogant, contemptuous, staring Uncertain Semantic Connection
Tuamotu Hata Shelf
Tuamotu Fata Gape, hang open
Tuamotu Fatafata Gaping, sagging, hanging open, as an orifice
Tuamotu Fatata, hatata Near
Tuamotu Hatata Near
Tuamotu Fati Break
Tuamotu Hati Break
Tuamotu Fatitiri Thunder
Tuamotu Faatoo Struggle, scuffle, strive...as body to body without weapons
Tuamotu Fatu Weave, interlace, make a wreath; do up the hair, commence plaiting
Tuamotu Fatu/fatu Fold
Tuamotu Fatu Hard lump, stone (Poetic)
Tuamotu Hatu Hard lump, stone (Poetic)
Tuamotu Fa/fatu/ Semen, clotted lumps, gob
Tuamotu Fatu A lord,master
Tuamotu Hatu Master, owner, lord
Tuamotu Haatua Belt
Tuamotu Fatuke Edible variety of sea-urchin
Tuamotu Fatutiri Thunder
Tuamotu Fau Hibiscus
Tuamotu Fau ~ hau Tie