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action Akamaru Aukena banana bird body bread-fruit break bundle calabash canoe cause cloth coco-nut colour commence cooked cord cover crayfish denotes exclamation eyes fall fire fish food maa fruit garment gather give hair hand head hole ject kava Kenakena kind lance land leaves Makaroa Mangareva marama mata matagi matau moon moraro mouth native oven noise octopus one's oneself pain pandanus pandanus fruit papyrus person piece of wood plant plural puku raga ragi rain reef rima ripe riri roro round RUMAKI ruru shell-fish sickness side skin sleep small fish smell soft soil speak species stone stretch stuff tahi takao tapu Taravai taro TATA tataki teeth thing thread throw Tirau tree tuakana tuku turn tutu uatu vavae verb walk waves wind word
Page 14 - Mangareva. unufe Tonga. Tertiary forms are Paumotu hanuhe and Rapanui eanuhe. In general the word signifies worm and caterpillar; its alteration to snail in Paumotu and to a fern in Tahiti is not really remote in a classification based on superficial resemblances. eeriki carpet. Mgv. : eriki-kura, a piece of cloth painted yellow used to cover the breast of a corpse.