Reconstruction:Proto-Austronesian/quzaN

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This Proto-Austronesian entry contains reconstructed words and roots. As such, the term(s) in this entry are not directly attested, but are hypothesized to have existed based on comparative evidence.

Proto-Austronesian[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

*quzaN

  1. rain

Descendants[edit]

  • Formosan
    • Paiwan: qudjalj
    • Northern Formosan
    • Eastern Formosan
  • Proto-Malayo-Polynesian: *quzan (rain)
    • Philippine
      • Northern Philippine
        • Northern Luzon
          • Pangasinic
      • Central Philippine
        • Tagalog: ulan
        • Bikol
          • Coastal Bikol
        • Visayan
      • Mindanao
        • Manobo
          • Northern Manobo
        • Danao
    • Bornean
      • North Bornean
        • North Sarawakan
      • Barito
        • East Barito
    • Nuclear Malayo-Polynesian
      • Northwest Sumatra
        • Batak
          • Southern Batak
      • Sunda-Sulawesi
      • Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian
        • Timor-Babar
          • Tetumic
          • South-East Timor
    • Proto-Oceanic: *qusan (rain)
      • Micronesian
        • Nuclear Micronesian
          • Marshallese: wōt (rain), ute (to rain on)
          • Chuukic-Pohnpeic
            • Chuukic
            • Pohnpeic
              • Mokilese: wud (rain, to rain)
      • Western Oceanic
        • Meso-Melanesian
          • Bali-Vitu
      • Southeast Solomonic
        • Malaita-San Cristobal
          • San Cristobal
      • Central Pacific
        • Western Fijian-Rotuman
        • Eastern Fijian
          • Fijian: uca
          • Proto-Polynesian: *quha (rain)
            • Tongic
              • Tongan: ʻuha (rain, to rain, rainy, wet)
              • Niuean: uha
            • Nuclear Polynesian
              • Ellicean
                • Samoic
                  • Samoan-Tokelauan
                    • Samoan: ua
                • Eastern Polynesian
                  • Tahitic
                    • Maori: ua (rain, to rain)
                  • Marquesic
                    • Hawaiian: ua (rain, to rain, rainy)

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