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Anuta is a small high island in the southeastern part of the Solomon Islands province of Temotu, one of the smallest permanently inhabited Polynesian islands. Anuta is often cited as a contrasting example to the environmental destruction found on Easter Island.
Anuta is a fictional character from the 1994 film Thalassa, Thalassa. Return to The Sea.
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Annals of the Earth (1890)
by Charles Lincoln Phifer
Anuta is a Median goddess who instructed men in the art of husbandry. Several American gods might be mentioned, among them : Boo- goo, the prince of devils, represented as having raised a revolt in heaven and having been cast to earth, ...
Running Encyclopedia (2002)
by Richard Benyo, Joe Henderson
Catuna, Anuta (b. October 1, 1968) .
An Introduction to Austronesian Studies by Darrell T. Tryon
ANUTA, TIKOPIA. Class. 0C, CEOC, Remote 0C, Central Pacific, East Fijian/ Polynesian, Polynesian, Nuclear, Samoic Outlier, Southern. Lac. Solomon Islands. Tikopia, Russell, Anuta Islands. Pop. 2,015. TILAU-ILAU see KADAZAN, SUGUT.
by Helaine Selin
where sailing canoes have been entirely abandoned, to such isolated specks of land as Taumako and Anuta, where traditional equipment and techniques remain in use or are ...
by Jonathan H. X. Lee, Kathleen M. Nadeau
Anuta, in the eastern Solomon Islands, offers an example of the layers of naming a Pacific Islander may ...
by Robert D. Craig
French Polynesia anuta; Polynesian Outlier, Eastern Solomon Islands apataki* (Hegemeister); Tuamotu Islands, French Polynesia apolima; Sāmoa aratika* ( Karlshoff); Tuamotu Islands, French Polynesia arutua* (Rurick); Tuamotu Islands, ...
by Robert D. Craig
as well as numerous small outliers such as Pitcairn, Chatham, Tikopia, Anuta, Rotuma, etc.
by Alexander Reid
Anuta (L.), a father's sister; aunt. Amnion (L.), a title of Jupiter, near whose temple ammonia was generated ; ammoniac. Amuis (L.), a river; interamntan. Amo, amatum (L.), to love ; amor, love ; amatory, crumble, amoret, enamour, inamorato, ...
by Robert Caesar Childers
Accidental, phenomenal, apparitional [anuta + Yaj. Ab.741. This is one of the numerous Páli words which have been sadly ill-treated by the northern Buddhists . It is simply formed from upapata, “accident,” and opapátiko satto means a being ...
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Video shows what Anuta means. An Oceanic language of the Solomon Islands.. Anuta Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say ...
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