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 Hoki So, therefore, then, indeed
Tuamotu Hora Spread
Tuamotu Hora To expound, declaim publicly, to make public Problematic
Tuamotu Ho/hore/ Strip v
Tuamotu Horo Swallow, ingest
Tuamotu Hono Join v
Tuamotu Hono Retinue
Tuamotu Hono/kava Food served with kava
Tuamotu Hono Food/drink to disguise unpleasant taste, side-dish with intoxicating beverage
Tuamotu Honu Turtle
Tuamotu Hota To cough
Tuamotu Hotu Fifteenth or seventeenth night of lunar cycle. Nights from 13 to 17 (Aud).
Tuamotu Hou Perspiration, sweat
Tuamotu Hoou Young, new
Tuamotu Huu Any explosive sound, eructation
Tuamotu Hua Fruit
Tuamotu Hua Male genitalia
Tuamotu Hua Full moon. Nineteenth day of the lunar cycle. Night of the moon between 10th and 13th (Aud).
Tuamotu Huahua Pimple, blackhead
Tuamotu Huaaŋa Progeny of the gods, deified ancestors
Tuamotu Huata Spear (Poetic)
Tuamotu Hue Variety of gourd
Tuamotu Huero Seed, pit of any fruit, the pits of which are inedible
Tuamotu Huha Thigh
Tuamotu Huŋa/huŋa Small particles, scraps, to crumble
Tuamotu Huno Related by marriage, to be
Tuamotu Huŋaavae Parent in law
Tuamotu Hui Congregate, flock together
Tuamotu Huka Foam
Tuamotu Huke Expose by uncovering, dig up, excavate
Tuamotu Huri Turn (round or over)
Tuamotu Huru Hair, feather
Tuamotu Huru Likeness, similarity, semblance, kind, sort, variety, species, nature, essential character, disposition, form
Tuamotu Huna Conceal
Tuamotu Huna The thirtieth night of the lunar cycle, according to one list
Tuamotu Hunooŋa Son-/daughter-in-law
Tuamotu Hune Core of breadfruit, core of Pandanus
Tuamotu Hunehune Prickly-heat, the itch
Tuamotu Huti Haul, pull up, pull out
Tuamotu Huti/a Drawn up, pulled up
Tuamotu Hutu (Barringtonia)
Tuamotu -ŋa Gerundive suffix
Tuamotu ŋaa Breathe, take deep breath
Tuamotu ŋaa Particle of limited plurality; the several, the few
Tuamotu ŋaafaa A violent extrusion, extrude violently, form a fissure
Tuamotu ŋafaa Burst open, split apart, crack
Tuamotu ŋahi To be torn, streaked, as clouds at dawn Problematic
Tuamotu ŋaahoa/hoa Splitting headache
Tuamotu ŋahuru Ten
Tuamotu ŋae Pant, wheeze, be out of breath