Dictionary and grammar of the language of Saʻa and Ulawa, by Walter G. Ivens PDF

By Walter G. Ivens

Appendices: a short grammar of Saʻa and Ulawa. The Lord's prayer in twenty languages, as utilized in the diocese of Melanesia one of the islands of the South Pacific. Linguistics within the western Pacific. Melanesia and its humans. old notes about the Melanesian undertaking. Yachting in Melanesia. The Queensland exertions alternate. Santa Cruz.

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Ini ha'ausuli, the disciple his master. ha'ausulinge v. , is not above teaching, instruction. maai ha'ausulinge, a lesson. ha'ausulila-(ku) gerund. ha'awa'a v. , to desecrate, to defile; ere ha'awa'a, to speak blasphemy. , v. , to dishonor. ha 'a wait eu v. , to engender strife. ha'av/ali 1. v. , to delay, to pass, of a short period of time. wali. 2. , a short time. 3. with suff. : 'oke ha'awali'eu, wait a little while for me. ha'awalinge v. , a delay. , causing the child to scream. ha'awasi v.

Ha'aakaurisi v. ha'a'apara'ini v. , to surprise, to startle. ha'aape 1. v. , to make shipwreck of. ha'aapenga'ini tr. 2. ha'aape sae, to encourage. ha'a'apu 1. v. , to make an oath. 2. v. , to put a person or thing under tabu. to forbid. ha'a'apunge v. , a vow to kill in revenge. ha'aasa ere ha'aasa, to take an oath. ha'aasa'i to stultify; ha'aasa'ie hurunge, to run to no purpose. ha'aasire'ini v. , to scare, to frighten. ha'aawala v. , to tally, to count by tens; nou ha'aawala ha'anite, how many tens have I counted?

3. , juice; mu eweewei ola. liquid. ha termination of verbal nouns: mduri, to live; mdurihe, life. haa 1. shell-money discs made from the red hinge of the oyster shell (roma); the chief places of manufacture are Langalanga in Big Malaita and Makira in San Cristoval. The Malaita shells are obtained in the Mara Masiki Channel. The discs are always strung on string and the value is proportionate to the length of the string and the smallness 'enite haa, how many of the discs, moneys? to make a haa four strings of shell discs are used, the strings are kept together by being passed through shell hapa.

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