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Coo'you. To grasp; a handful.
Coóla. Beads; a species of the paroquet.
Coola.coóla. Red.
Coóloo-coóloo. A species of the dove ; (the columba pur.
. purata.) .
Coomoo-coómoo. The chin.. i
Cóte. Gibberish ; jargon; chattering of birds: the speech

of foreigners, which they do not understand, they com

pare to the chattering of birds, and call it cóte. Cotóa. Mass; whole; bulk.

- Complete ; entire. Cotóaté. Wholly. Co'vi. Bad; malicious; a bad design ; a wicked intention,

or act. , ' Co'viánge. Badly. Cow. I; (probably a corruption of Co-au.) - Many: it is a sign of the plural number ; but only

used when speaking of men, or of brute animals: it is sometimes, however, used in the singular number, as Cow-tangáta, a friend: this arises from the circumstance that this word is also taken in the sense of a collective noun, and may mean company, or association ; hence Cow-tangata means, literally, a man of one's association, or company. See Friend, in the other part of the vocabulary.

Stalk; stein. Co'w-á. A fence. Co-ooáhe. The cheek, will Co-ooma. For what purpose ; what for. Colwca. Whilst ; (used only when the first person is men11. tioned). . nisi Co'm-co'w. To bathe ; to foment. Co'w-fafi'ne. Female companion. Cow-méa. An adherent, or follower ; ;. ... .. .

Co'w-no'fo. A companion dwelling with one; an inmate;

a family. Co'w-nanga. A female servant, or attendant. . Co'w-tanga'ta. Male companion; a friend (tunga'ta, a-man.). Coʻw-va'ë. The leg. Cownátoo. The stick which is forcibly rubbed on a fat

piece of dry wood to procure fire: the flat piece of

wood is called tolonga. Coy. The pron. you : this word is used only as the subject of the verb, or in answer to the question, who?".

E. E. A contraction of the article he. - The sign of the third person singular of the future tense. Eiboo. To weed; to clear of weeds. Echia. The handle of an axe, hatchet, or adze. E'coo. Mine; my own. Elfoo. Ashes; dust. E'foo-éfoo. Dusty; covered with ashes. .,' ; . E'fooía. Dusty; covered with ashes. : E'gi. A chief; a god.

Mátta mátta égi. Like a prince or chief; of or be

longing to a chief; magnificent; pompous.
Eho. Fetid; putrid.
Elélo. The tongue of any animal.
E'lo. Stinking; putrid.
Elóa. · Having the knowledge of; being acquainted with."

Fucca elóa. Communicative.
E'mo. To lick.
Elna. There (see Hena.)

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E'nga. Turmeric.
E'ni. Here; in this place (see Heni.)
E'nne. The possess. pron. his, her, its.
Doocoó. The possess. pron. my.
E'va. To walk.
E'va éva. To promenade or walk about at leisure.

Fa. The numeral four.' .--. Much; exceedingly.

- Capable of. - Hoarse. Fa-boóle. Eloquent. Fa-cáwle. Importunate. Fáchi. To break; to dislocate ; to sprain : broken; dis

jointed. Fucca fáchi. Malevolence (see Fáchi-fáchi.) Fáchi-fáchi. A grudge. Fáë. This word signifies mother, but is never used in the

vocative case : if a person calls to his mother, he makes use of her name ; or as children do, he calls out d'la :

see a'la. Faého. A stinking breath. Fáëfine. The armpit. Fá-fá. To feel ; to grope about ; to carry on the back.

Fáfáhe bo-ooli. To grope about in the dark. Fafa'nga. To feed; to nourish; to supply with food. Fafa'ngo. To whisper.

- To awaken. Fafa'oo. To fill up; to stuff full ; to load ; to burthen. Fafa'too. To curl ; to fold up. Fa-fehoo'i. Inquisitive. Fal-fy'. Capable of ; able to do. Fafíne. A woman; a female of any animal ; a daughter,

Fa'fine tacabé. A single or unmarried woman. — oha'na. A married woman. '

motoo'a. An old woman; a widow ; also

a wife. Fa'-fooa'gi. Free-hearted; generous. (Fa, apt or able ;

fooa'gi, to make a present.)

Fal-foola. Prolific.
Fa-gnaoo'ë. Diligent.
Fagna'wta. Shell-fish of any kind; to gather shell-fish. .
Fa'he-géhe. A priest; (falhe, a division or class of men;

and gehe, original, distinct, or different.)
Fa'hi-fa'hi. To split; to rend; cracked, broken.
Fa-ílaw. Perceivable ; (from fa, able ; ilo'a, to perceive.)
Füi'te. The posture in which the women sit on the ground,

not cross-legged as the men, but with the legs doubled

up on one side. • Fal-ky'. To eat much; to gormandize; to eat heartily;

(fa, much; ky, to eat.)
Fala. A mat to sleep on.
Fa-léo. Vigilant.
Faligi. To pave ; to floor.

Falígi low pápa. To floor with boards,
Fali'gi tacapow. To cover the floor with plaited

mats of the cocoa-nut leaf.
Fa’lle. A house. Falle booa'ca, a hog-sty. Falle vaca, a

small house in a canoe.
· Falle mando. A bird-cage.

Falle lahi. The large house on a marly.
Fa'lle-booa'ca. A pig-sty, (fallle, a louse ; bood'ca, a liog

or pig.
Fa'lle-ma'noo. A cage, (falle, a house ; ma'noo, a bird.)
Falligi. (See faligi.)
Falligi ta'ccapo/w. To cover the floor or ground with

plaited mats of the cocoa. Fald. To stretch in point of length ; no word for to stretch

in point of expansion : for this they would say, “ to

make it larger, this or that way." Fa’lofalo'. do. do. Fananga. A fable; a fictitious tale. Fa'nga. Beach ; shore.

Pa'ngo-fango. To blow the nose ; also flutes blown by the

nose. Fanífo. The art of swimming in the surf. Fánna. A mast ; to shoot as with a gun or bow.

Tefillo fanna, the heel of the mast; ooloo fanna,

• the mast head. Fa'nna-fonnoo'a. Great guns; ordnance; cannon ; (fanna, :: to shoot, and fonno'o1, the land.) Fa'nna-tanga'ta. A musket. Fano'w. Pregnancy; childbirth; progeny; offspring ; to i bring forth young.

Fa'now moola. A miscarriage, (as to childbirth.)

Fano'w ma'te. Still-born. Fa'ö. A peg. Faloo. To take away by main force, or by virtue of supe

rior rank or authority; also to load ; to burthen; to

stock with. Falooaʼgi. Laden with, (as a canoe.) Faloo va'ca. To load a ship or canoe. Fa'ta. A shelf; a loft ; also a hand-barrow. Farta-fa'ta. The chest ; the thorax. Fa'tongi'a. A tax; impost. Fa'too. The stomach ; also a bale. Fa'too. To fold or wrap up; fatuo la, to furl the sail. Fa'too-fa'too. To fold or wrap up. Fatoo'la. Beardless. Fa'too-oo'a. A double garment of gnatoo, not plaited; when

plaited, it is called raky. Fa'wlia.' Offspring ; son or daughter. Fe. To do, (not often used; probably a corruption of fy,

to do.) - Where ; what place. Fëa’looa'gi. Variable; inconstant; unsettled; wandering

about. Fëaloo. To watch ; to guard.

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