Entries from Skinner & Baucke 1928 in Pollex-Online

Skinner, H. D. and W. Baucke (1928). The Morioris. Honolulu, Bishop Museum Press.

Language Item Description
Moriori Ehei Evening
Moriori Tu/ahu Heap, mound
Moriori Ake/ake Tree sp.
Moriori Ana, hana Cave
Moriori Atua, t/etua God
Moriori Etchu Patron spirit
Moriori A yeh! O, beware!
Moriori Whinee, hihine, hin, hime Woman
Moriori Hor-r Hurt
Moriori Whare House . Hut
Moriori Whao Chisel
Moriori Whenua, henu, hunuu Land, country, place
Moriori Tc/hinak Eelpot
Moriori Hoanga Grindstone
Moriori Kaha Strong. Able, great (wailing). Ability
Moriori Kai, kei, kye Eat . Food . Devour
Moriori Ka(a)inga Home . Village . Encampment, abode
Moriori Ka(h)unaki Larger part of fire-making apparatus . Kindle by rubbing sticks
Moriori Ko Definite nominal predicate marker
Moriori Koo, koe You (sg)
Moriori Koiro Conger eel
Moriori Kore Negative; be used up, be lost
Moriori Kopi(i) Tree sp. (Corynocarpus)
Moriori Kupenga Net
Moriori I Past tense
Moriori Hokoro(o) Delay; dilatory . Prolonged
Moriori Ru Two
Moriori Mai, mei Hither
Moriori Makona Satisfied
Moriori Maranga Arise
Moriori Marar(i) Kelp-fish
Moriori Mata(a) Cutting edge, knife
Moriori Mata(a) Cutting edge, flint, knife
Moriori Mate Die; greatly distressed . Adversity, accident
Moriori Me(e) Thing, one
Moriori Mo For, about
Moriori Papa Foundation . Bottom (of canoe); earth; trail
Moriori Patu, petchu Kill . Slay
Moriori Patu, petchu Club
Moriori Pehe Dance . Sing (Wms)
Moriori Pora, poro Ship
Moriori Pu Butt of spear
Moriori Hara/mai, ha:ro mai Come
Moriori (H)e Indefinite nominal predicate marker
Moriori Toh(u,o)nga, tchohung Adept . Priest . Wise
Moriori Tchaaik Pied shearwater, petrel sp.
Moriori Taku, tchak My
Moriori Timiti, tchimit Child, infant, baby
Moriori Ta(a)ne, tchane Male . Husband
Moriori Tao Spear