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 Fau Sennit headband/headdress
Tuamotu Hee Caterpillar
Tuamotu Fea Where?
Tuamotu Hea Where?
Tuamotu Henga A lump, swelling Problematic
Tuamotu Heŋu/heŋu Sniffle as from sobbing
Tuamotu Peu Airs, mannerisms, affectations; wiles, tricks; trick, hoax
Tuamotu Feke/tue Octopus
Tuamotu Hekeheke Elephantiasis
Tuamotu Fera Open out (as leaf)
Tuamotu Hera Open out (as leaf)
Tuamotu Hero Become red
Tuamotu Kume To feel emotion, strong sensation (whether pleasurable or not) Problematic
Tuamotu Fenua Country, land
Tuamotu Henuua Country, land
Tuamotu Henuua Afterbirth
Tuamotu Heo Kind of coral rock
Tuamotu Vehi Terrible, awe-inspiring, imposing
Tuamotu Fetuu Star
Tuamotu Hetuu Star
Tuamotu Hia Desire, want v
Tuamotu Hakehiehie To be elated Problematic
Tuamotu Hia How many?
Tuamotu Hie How many?
Tuamotu Hihi To be entangled...involved in difficulties...involved, intricate, hard (work)...
Tuamotu Hiri Turn/roll over
Tuamotu Hiri Move briskly, energetically
Tuamotu Firi Plait, braid
Tuamotu Hiri To wind -round, -about; as a belt, band, rope
Tuamotu Hiri Weave, twist
Tuamotu Hiringa May or July, according to two distinct counting systems
Tuamotu Hiro To move to and fro, twist, as the tail of a fish when spawning; to swirl, as an eddy of water; to whirl, circle, as wind
Tuamotu Hiiro Second or third night of lunar cycle
Tuamotu Hiirooa A variety of fish
Tuamotu Hina Great-grandchild
Tuamotu Hinaŋaaro Desire (v)
Tuamotu Hiinaki Wicker fish-trap
Tuamotu Hinarere Great, great, (great), grandchild
Tuamotu Hini Whisper
Tuamotu Hio To whistle
Tuamotu Hiti Spring up, leap over
Tuamotu Hiti Appear; rise, as the sun, moon, stars
Tuamotu Hiitiki Tie, bind
Tuamotu Hitu Seven
Tuamotu Fiu Bored
Tuamotu Hiu Satiated, satisfied
Tuamotu Hoa To thunder
Tuamotu Hoe Paddle
Tuamotu Hou To drill, gouge out, bore
Tuamotu Hoki Return v