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 ŋaaika To file, rasp
Tuamotu ŋaakau Entrails, bowels; the heart, the seat of emotions...
Tuamotu Gake Further side of an atoll
Tuamotu ŋaarahu Charcoal
Tuamotu ŋaro Disappeared, forgotten, lost
Tuamotu ŋaru Wave n
Tuamotu ŋaru Slime Problematic
Tuamotu ŋaaruru To thunder, as a falling wave
Tuamotu ŋaaruru Nauseated
Tuamotu ŋao Be hollowed out, depressed; trough of a wave
Tuamotu ŋaaofe, ŋaaohe Frond of coconut tree
Tuamotu ŋahae Come apart, open out slightly; to blossom; to tear become torn
Tuamotu ŋaheŋahe Sweet-scented land breeze Uncertain Semantic Connection
Tuamotu To/ŋaheŋahe Blow gently Uncertain Semantic Connection
Tuamotu ŋaaehe Rustle, make a soft, silky sound; whistle (as wind)
Tuamotu ŋahere Forest
Tuamotu ŋaahoro Move swiftly forward
Tuamotu ŋahu Bark in rage
Tuamotu ŋa/ŋahu/ Fight, as dogs
Tuamotu ŋataa Difficult, laborious
Tuamotu ŋatae A tree
Tuamotu ŋaatari Shake, shiver, vibrate violently
Tuamotu ŋatete Tinkle, jingle, rustle
Tuamotu ŋaati Social grouping based on descent from named ancestor
Tuamotu ŋatu Stained, worn out, thread-bare (as old cloths)
Tuamotu ŋatu Crush (Obs.)
Tuamotu ŋau Gnaw
Tuamotu ŋaaue To shake, quake violently (once)
Tuamotu ŋaavari Weak, feeble
Tuamotu ŋee A strangling rattle; in pigs it is caused by a disease in the throat
Tuamotu ŋeŋe Tired, exhausted feeling
Tuamotu ŋere Deprived of, passed over when food is served
Tuamotu ŋieŋie Tree sp. (Pemphis acidulata)
Tuamotu ŋiŋita Papaw (Ldn) Borrowed
Tuamotu Poo/ŋio/ Wither, shrivel
Tuamotu ŋoŋo Suck, as a baby at the breast
Tuamotu Ngoio The noddy tern (Anous stolidus)
Tuamotu ŋo/ŋoro/ Snore
Tuamotu ŋoru(ŋoru) Ripe, swollen, tumid Uncertain Semantic Connection
Tuamotu ŋuu Whimper, whine
Tuamotu ŋuŋu Ache, physical pain, as rheumatic pains
Tuamotu ŋuru Grunt, snarl
Tuamotu ŋuru/ŋuru Grunt, make booming sound in nasal cavity
Tuamotu ŋutu Beak, lips, rim, snout
Tuamotu ŋutukao (Lamna cornubica) Tiger Shark
Tuamotu Aa Charge, rush, dash after prey
Tuamotu Aha What
Tuamotu Aŋa Measure across chest to fingertips
Tuamotu Aŋa Face, move v
Tuamotu Ai Who?