Entries from Ross Clark, field notes in Pollex-Online

Language Item Description
Emae (A)gafua Free (of taboo)
Emae Faai/a Split coconut leaf for plaiting
Emae Furi All
Emae Ga Plural article
Emae Gafuru Ten
Emae Gaafie Easy, cheap
Emae Ifo To go down; go south; get off a boat
Emae Ka/kaa Burn (of fire)
Emae Kai/kai (trans. keina) Eat
Emae Ikai Not exist, not present
West Futuna Tara/kesi Squirrelfish Problematic
Emae Makariri Cold
Emae Maari True, indeed, truth
West Futuna Nofu Scorpion fish. (Sebastapistes sp.) (Rve).
Emae Miri To bleach one's hair red Uncertain Semantic Connection
Emae Bongibongi/leva Morning
Emae Soro/a Grate
Emae Viri/viri Quick, hurry
Emae Tarie Tree sp. (Terminalia catappa)
Emae Tere Run
Emae Uti/a, uti/uti Bite
Emae Vae Leg, foot
Emae Tavarau (Dracontomelon vitiense)
Emae Usi/a Follow, go along Borrowed
Emae Fiakai Hungry
Emae Pare Lean to one side
Emae Aapoo Tonight
Emae Aria Tell someone to shut up Problematic
Emae Balaa Feather Phonologically Irregular
Emae Fatu/vae Ankle
Emae Fatu/vae Ankle
Emae Itua fekai Cannibal ogre
Emae Kaa/mui Bunch (of fruit)
Emae Kapa ika, kapa/kapa To drive fish
Emae Akona nam/taitai Salt
Emae Pakisi Very dry
Emae Ro/roo Wet
Emae Totoka Door; area under eaves of house; room
Emae Tua/vae Top of the foot
Emae Tutuu Porpoise, dolphin
Emae Ukamea Iron, scrap metal (?)
Emae (A)vatavata Horizon Phonologically Irregular
Emae Wii Question particle; or
Emae Mate Out (of fire)
Emae Tupu Be, become, exist
Emae Peraa Like that
Emae Faanau Have a baby, give birth
Emae Fakatafa Be on one side, move aside, avoid, get out of the way
Emae Vaavaa Rope, cord, string; vine; vine connecting joists and beams
Emae Fakaarofa Poor