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Cognitive aspects of language and the creativity of metaphor - старонка 16


importance; paraaoa (sperm whale) chief; well-born, aristocratic, piipii (pii young, of birds) the young fighting men of an army, pookai tara (pookai swarm, flock, tara tern) band of warriors, poorohe (a large species of mussel) chief; taahuna a tara (taahuna shoal, sandbank, tara tern) an assemblage of chiefs, takupu (Morrus serrator, gannet) chief, taniwha (a fabulous monster, shark) chief, prodigy



A:FAUNA > H:PSYCHIC SPHERE: 3



huurangi (fly) unsettled, kaaeaea (bush hawk) to look rapaciously, wander, as the eyes, hakarihariha (riha nit, bad) disgusting, disgusted; annoyed



A:FAUNA > H:RELIGION AND RITUAL: 10



ika nui (ika fish, nui great) a god, Te Ika a Maui (ika id., Maui a mythical hero) North Island of New Zealand, ika paremo (ika id., paremo to drown) a victim slain to propitiate the god of the ocean, manu a Tane (manu bird, Tane one of the main deities) man, manu a Tiki (manu id., Tiki god of creation) man, nguu (sepia, squid) a person unable to swim, ghost; silent, dumb, speechless, ika iri (ika fish, iri a spell to attract someone) object of a love charm, ika purapura (ika id., purapura seed) human victim buried during erection of a house



A:FAUNA > V:FLORA: 8



maikuku moa (maikuku nail, moa Dinornis) ferns, tutae ika moana (tutae dung, ika moana whale) New Zealand spinach, tutae kaahu (tutae id, kaahu a bird) a plant, tutae tara (tutae id.; tara tern) an opprobrium, tutae kereruu (tutae id., kereruu pigeon) a climbing plant; tutae kiore (tutae id., kiore rat, mouse) a plant, tutae kurii (tutae id., kurii dog) a grass, tutae manu (tutae id., manu bird) an inferior variety of flax



A:FAUNA > E:ACTIVE NATURAL PHENOMENON: 6



Ika wheua o te Rangi (ika fish, wheua bone, rangi sky) Milky Way, Te Ika o te Rangi (id.) Milky Way, Ika Roa (ika id:, roa long) Milky Way, manu waero rua (manu bird, waero tail, rua two) violent wind, unahi o takero (unahi scales, takero a fish) shooting stars, Te Whai a Titipa (whai sting-ray, Titipa a name) the Coal-Sack



A:FAUNA > N:NATURAL OBJECT: 1



ika wheua (ika fish, wheua bone) main range of hills



A:FAUNA > P:ARTEFACT: 3



kaahu (hawk, harrier) kite for flying, kina (sea-urchin, sea-egg) a globular calabash, kiore (rat, mouse) a pattern in carving



A:FAUNA > F:PHYSICAL FEATURE: 4



kanae (grey mullet) to stare wildly, whakanaonao (naonao midge, small moth) to appear like a speck in the distance, whakanamunamu (namu sandfly) to appear like a speck in the distance, tukuperu (Gobicephala melanea, blackfish, a black mussel) of uninviting appearance



A:FAUNA > S:SPACE: 1



Te Ika a Maui (ika fish, Maui, a mythic hero) North Island



V:PLANT ANATOMY > H:HUMAN ANATOMY: 4



karihi (stone of a fruit, kernel) testes, puaawai (flower) grey hair, tara (point, spike, thorn) membrum virile; uho (heart of a tree) umbilical cord



V:PLANT ANATOMY > H:SOCIAL SPHERE: 10



hua (fruit) progeny,korekaupekapeka (kore no, not, without, kaupekapeka branch) a person without children, kaawai (shoot, branch of a creeping plant) pedigree, lineage, mahurangi (flesh of a kumara) used to denote importance; applied to persons, food, etc., mihe (young fronds of fern) distant descendant, parito (centre shoot or heart of endogenous plants) offspring, peka (branch, faggot, fernroot) chief, puutake (base, root) ancestor, take (root) chief, head of a hapu or iwi, tee (young shoot) chief



V:PLANT ANATOMY > H:PSYCHIC SPHERE: 1



tara (spike, thorn) courage, mettle, to disturb



V:PLANT ANATOMY > H:RELIGION AND RITUAL: 1



ika purapura (ika fish, purapura seed) human victim buried during erection of a house



V:PLANT ANATOMY > A:ANIMAL ANATOMY: 2



kaawai (shoot, branch of a creeping plant) tentaculae of a cuttle-fish; whaa (leaf) feather



V:PLANT ANATOMY > E:AGTIVE NATURAL PHENOMENON: 4



hua (fruit) to be full, of moon, wax, koouru o te matangi (koouru top of a tree, matangi wind) first puff of a breeze, tara (spike, thorn) horn of the moon, rays of the sun, shafts of light, to wane, shoot out rays, wana (to bud, shoot) ray of the sun



V:PLANT ANATOMY > N:NATURAL OBJECT: 5



kaapeka (branch of a tree) branch of a river, manga (branch of a tree) branch of a river, brook, rivulet, watercourse, ditch, more (tap-root) extremity; promontory, taauru (top of a tree) head or source of a stream, take (root, stump) base of a hill



V:PLANT ANATOMY > P:ARTEFACT: 6



kakau (stalk of a plant) handle of a tool, kaawai (shoot, branch of a creeping plant) loops or handles of a kete, strand in plaiting, manga (branch of a tree) snare, niho (thorn) edge of a tool/weapon, rau (leaf) blade of a weapon, plume, tee (young shoot) figurehead of a canoe



V:PLANT ANATOMY > F:PHYSICAL FEATURE: 1



more (tap-root) bare, plain, toothless, blunt



V:PLANT ANATOMY > A:ABSTRACTION: 5



more (tap-root) cause, niho (thorn, tooth) effective force, puu (root) origin, source, cause, centre, puutake (root) reason, cause, rake (root, stump) cause, reason, means, origin, beginning



V:FLORA > H:HUMAN ANATOMY: 1



harore (an edible fungus growing on decayed timber) shell of the ear



V:FLORA > H:SOCIAL SPHERE: 2



kahika (Podocarpus excelsum, white pine) chief, tooii (Cordyline) warrior



V:FLORA > H:PSYCHIC SPHERE: 1



tumatakuru (a thorny shrub, spear-grass) to show consternation, be apprehensive



V:FLORA > H:RELIGION AND RITUAL: 1



kiokio (a fern, palm lily) lines in tattooing



V:FLORA > E:ACTIVE NATURAL PHENOMENON: 1



kiokio (a fern, palm lily) the moon on the 26th day



E:ACTIVE NATURAL PHENOMENON > H:VITAL FUNCTION: 3



roku (to wane, of the moon) to grow weak, decline, taawhati (to ebb) to die, tore (to burn) to be erect; inflamed



E:ACTIVE NATURAL PHENOMENON > H:CONCRETE ACTIVlTY: 1



kare (ripple) lash of a whip



E:ACTIVE NATURAL PHENOMENON > H:SOCIAL SPHERE: 9



aho rangi (aho radiant light, rangi sky) teacher of high standing in the school of learning, amo kapua (amo to carry, kapua cloud) chief, leader, priest, kootonga (cold south wind) misery, marau (meteor, comet) raiding party, mumu (baffling, boisterous wind) valiant warrior, pakiwaru (settled fine weather) person of high birth, ahi paaraweranui (widespread fire) war, poko (to go out, be extinguished) to be beaten, defeated, rangi (heaven, upper regions, sky) head, chief



E:ACTIVE NATURAL PHENOMENON > H:PSYCHIC SPHERE: 21



amai (swell on the sea) giddy, dizzy, aamaimai (id.) nervous, whakakaa (kaa to burn, take fire) to incite, inflame, ahi kauri (soot from kauri gum for tattooing) hatred, ahi tere (ahi fire, tere swift) causing discord, auheke (surf) giving in to difficulties, climbing down, aawangawanga (awanga SW wind) uneasy in mind, disturbed; undecided, distress, huene (swell of the sea) to desire, kure (ripple) object of passionate affection, to long for, desire ardently, kakare (kare id.) agitated, stirred, emotion, agitation, karekare (surf, waves) agitated, disturbed; eager; koohengi(hengi) (breeze, light wind) yearning, feeling for absent friend, komingo (to swirl, eddy) to be disturbed, be in a whirl, agitate, koomingomingo (whirlpool) to be violently agitated, maapuna (to well up, ripple, sway, undulate, form a pool) to grieve, sigh, whakamaapuna (to float) to be at a loss, be in doubt, nawe (to be set on fire) to be kindled or excited, of feelings, paahunu (fire, to burn) anxiety, apprehension, paoa (smoke, gall) bitterness, of feelings, tai (sea) anger, rage, violence, toretore (rough sea) rough, bad, unpleasant



E:ACTIVE NATURAL PHENOMENON > H:RELIGION AND RITUAL: 3



amorangi (amo to carry, rangi heaven, sky) emblem of an atua carried by tohunga in van of army, hau (wind; air; moisture, dew) vital essence of man, of land, etc., tai whawhati run (tai sea; whawhati to be broken, rua two) error in reciting a spell



E:ACTIVE NATURAL PHENOMENON > A:FAUNA: 2



ihu moana (ihu nose, moana ocean) Portuguese man of war, kahukura (rainbow) butterfly



E:ACTIVE NATURAL PHENOMENON > E:ACTIVE NAT. PHENOMENON: 3



aho roa (aho radiant light, roa long, high) moon, bright moonlight, aho tuu (aho id., tuu to stand) moon on the 7th day, aaio (calm, at peace) moon on the 3rd day



E:ACTIVE PHENOMENON > P:ARTEFACT: 2



kahukura (rainbow) garment, amorangi (amo to carry, rangi heaven, sky) litter for persons of high rank, horse formed by securing a horizontal pole to two posts and used to raise heavy timbers



E:ACTIVE NATURAL PHENOMENON > A:TIME: 2



ahi maru (ahi fire, maru shadow, shelter, glow in the heaven) the 2nd month of spring, ahi nui (ahi id., nui great, big) the 3rd month of spring



N:NATURAL PHENOMENON > H:VITAL FUNCTION: 2



hukihuki (to flesh) convulsive twitching or contraction of the nerves or muscles spasm, tatau o te poo (tatau sliding slab, shutter, door, poo night, nether world) death



N:NATURAL PHENOMENON > H:SOCIAL SPHERE: 2



kaweka (ridge of a hill) indirect line of descent, taumata okiokinga (taumata resting place on a hill; okiokinga resting) a great chief



N:NATURAL PHENOMENON > H:SOCIAL ACTIVITY: 2



pari kaarangaranga(echoing cliff) uncertain, deceptive talk, riri takurua (riri quarrel, takurua winter) a quarrel of no magnitude



N:NATURAL PHENOMENON > H:PSYCHIC SPHERE: 10



huka (foam, froth, frost, snow, cold) trouble, agitation, hukihuki (huki to flash) affectionate yearning, ii (to ferment, turn sour) to be stirred, of the feelings, koorehu (haze, mist, fog) regret, disappointment, maruapoo (maru shadow, shelter, poo night dream), muri (breeze) to sigh, grieve, whakapoo (to darken) to grieve, pouri (dark) sorrowful, sad, distressed, taehurihuri (to rock, as a canoe at sea) to be perturbed, distressed, rangi (heaven, sky) seat of affections; heart



N:NATURAL PHENOMENON > H:RELIGION AND RITUAL: 2



poo (night) place of departed spirits, wairua (shadow, unsubstantial image) spirit



N:NATURAL PHENOMENON > P:ARTEFACT: 1



whakamarama (marama moon) crescent-shaped top of a ko



N:NATURAL PHENOMENON > A:TIME: 1



tua o rangi (tua behind, back, rangi sky, day) distant time, past or future



N:NATURAL PHENOMENON > A:ABSTRACTION: 2



koorero takurua (koorero to talk, a narrative, takurua winter) romance, story without weight of authority, pii (source, headwater) origin



N:NATURAL OBJECT > H:HUMAN ANATOMY: 2



whatu (stone, hailstone) pupil of the eye, eye, core of a boil, whenua (land, country, ground) placenta, afterbirth



N:NATURAL OBJECT > H:SOCIAL SPHERE: 6



hiwi (ridge of a hill) line of descent, kura (red, glowing, red feathers, ornamented with feathers) precious, treasure, valued possession, darling, chief, man of prowess, knowledge of karakia, maataarae (headland, promontory, spur of a hill) person of importance, tatau pounamu (taiau door, pounamu greenstone, jade) enduring peace, tongarewa (greenstone) darling, treasure, precious, tuumuu whakarae (tuumuu promontory, headland, whakarae prominent) chief



N:NATURAL OBJECT > H:PSYCHIC SPHERE: 2



awe (soot, cloud) strength, power influence, maakoha (soft slaty rock) tranquil, undisturbed



N:NATURAL OBJECT > H:RELIGION AND RITUAl.: 4



awe (soot, cloud) the human soul after death, waro (deep hole, pit, abyss) abode of the dead, kura (red, glowing) ceremonial restriction, whatu (stone) victim slain at the dedication of a house or a pa



N:NATURAL OBJECT > N:NATURAL PHENOMENON: 2



awaawa (valley) trough of the sea, Tuahiwi o Ranginui (tuahiwi hill, ranginui great heaven) the Milky Way



N:NATURAL STATE > H:PSYCHIC SPHERE: 12



aaio (calm, as sea) at peace, ae (calm) to assent, agree, yes, aamaimai (amai swell on the sea) nervous, hinapouri (very dark, darkness) very sad, sadness, kiwakiwa (black, dark) gloomy, sad, kooihiihi (reduced to splinters) to thrill with fear, kooioio (dried, hardened) obstinate, maarama (light, not dark, clear, transparent) easy to understand plain, mata poorehu (mistiness, obscurity) sadness, mata rehu (to see dimly, misty, dark) sadness, tarakaka (southwestern wind) fierce, boisterous, of sea, broken, rough, of country) unsettled, perplexed



N:NATURAL FEATURE > H:PSYCHIC SPHERE: 3



kooihiihi (reduced to splinters) to thrill with fear, kiwakiwa (black, dark) gloomy,



sad, kooioio (dried, hardened) obstinate



P:ARTEFACT > H:HUMAN ANATOMY: 4



kaha (rope) navel string, kete (basket) womb, taekari (a digging tool) penis, taukari (id.) penis



P:ARTEFACT > H:VITAL FUNCTION: 1



tatau o te poo (tatau door, poo night, nether world) death



P:ARTEFACT > H:SOCIAL SPHERE: 13



aho (string, line, woof) genealogy, line of descent, arawhata (ladder, bridge) chief, kaha (rope) line of ancestry, pile of an army, kau ati (the piece of wood to produce fire) chief, man of importance, maakoi (barbed point of a spear) pointed question, maru (shadow, shelter, shield) safeguard, power, authority, retinue, escort, company attended by escort, pou (post, pole) support, sustenance, teacher, expert, pou whakapakoko (a post with carved top) chief man of a tribe,puna (oven) wife, ancestor, puurangi (bag net, net) crowd, puutoi (to tie in a bunch, a bunch) tribe, family, taahuhu



(a ridge-pole) direct line of ancestry; eldest son of the eldest branch of a family, takere (bottom, keel, main part of the hull of a canoe) chief man of a tribe, important part of anything



P:ARTEFACT > H:PSYCHIC SPHERE: 4



kuku o te manawa (kuku pincers, tweezers, manawa mind, spirit, heart) that which has a hold on the affections - fear, nightmare, colic, mapihi (an ornament) object of affection, rore (snare, trap, to ensnare) to deceive, deceitful; weary, intoxicated, tokotuu (mast of a canoe) to rise up, of feelings



P:ARTEFACT > H:RELIGION AND RITUAL: 5



aho (string, line, woof) medium for an atua in divination, kau waka (kau to swim, waka canoe) human medium of an atua, kau whata (stage or frame for fish, etc.) human medium of an atua, kouka (the part of latrine behind the beam) abyss, death, papa (box, chest, a vessel made for holding preserved birds) medium of communication with an atua



P:ARTEFACT > A:ANIMAL ANATOMY: 1



hoe (paddle, oar) sidefins of a fish



P:ARTEFACT > E:ACTIVE NATURAL PHENOMENON: 9



(a)koro (koro noose) moon on the 5th day, Hao o Rua (hao net, Rua a name) a constellation near Orion, imu rangi (imu earth oven, rangi heaven, sky) sun-dog, fragmentary rainbow, kai waka (kai to eat, waka canoe) threatening clouds on the horizon, koro (noose) bay, cove, puukoro (sheath, ease, pocket) halo, puurangi (bag net, bag) the Magellan Cloud, te taatua o Kahu (taatua girdle, Kahu a name) belt of clear sky near the horizon, whare hau (whare house, hau wind) a bank of clouds betokening wind


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