Entries from Ross Clark, field notes in Pollex-Online

Language Item Description
Emae Furi All
Emae Gafuru Ten
Emae Gaafie Easy, cheap
Emae Ka/kaa Burn (of fire)
Emae Ikai Not exist, not present
Emae Makariri Cold
Emae Maari True, indeed, truth
West Futuna Nofu Scorpion fish. (Sebastapistes sp.) (Rve).
Emae Bongibongi/leva Morning
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 Soro/a Grate
Emae (A)gafua Free (of taboo)
Emae Viri/viri Quick, hurry
Emae Pare Lean to one side
Emae Ga Plural article
Emae Faai/a Split coconut leaf for plaiting
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 Mune/ia Say, tell
Emae Pa/paki, paaki/a Strike, hit, beat; slap, clap (papaki rima)
Emae Paa/kia Strike, hit
Emae Tapuke Yam mound
Emae Kai/kai (trans. keina) Eat