Entries from Churchill 1912 in Pollex-Online

Churchill, W. (1912). Easter Island: the Rapanui speech and the peopling of southeast Polynesia. Washington, DC, The Carnegie Institution of Washington.

Language Item Description
Easter Island Teke/teke Crest, ridge Problematic
Easter Island Tete/tete Fever; to tremble
Easter Island Ti/tiro/ To admire
Easter Island Tipa/tipa Shake, contortion, drunk
Easter Island Tipi Hip
Easter Island Titi To hammer, nail, affix ; Llenarse, lleno
Easter Island To/toi To drag away, to put, to haul . Arrastrar; lleva por fuerza a una persona
Easter Island Toka Submerged rock
Easter Island Tokotoko Pole. Staff, walking-stick (Wbr).
Easter Island Tomo Penetrate, enter. Land (v) (Wbr).
Easter Island Tua Sea urchin, echinus
Easter Island Tuakana Elder brother
Easter Island Tuaʔivi Spine, vertebrae, back, loins Phonologically Irregular
Easter Island Tuha Distribute, share
Easter Island Tuŋu Cough
Easter Island Tuku Give, let go, deliver
Easter Island Turu To stay, to prop
Easter Island Tupa Landcrab
Easter Island Tupuna Ancestors, grandparents, forefathers
Easter Island Tuhi Point. Blame (Wbr).
Easter Island Tutua Board on which bark-cloth is beaten
Easter Island Uka/uka Leathery, tough
Easter Island Haka/vaa To speak
Easter Island Waitahe River Problematic
Easter Island Vaivai Weak
Easter Island Varu Eight
Easter Island Vere(vere) To weed
Easter Island Verevere Hairy, shaggy; tow, oakum
Easter Island Veri Myriapod, centipede . Not in
Easter Island Nuehine Old woman