from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A native or inhabitant of the Marquesas Islands.
- noun A person of Marquesan ancestry.
- noun The Austronesian language of the Marquesans.
- adjective Of or relating to the Marquesas Islands or their people, language, or culture.
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- adjective Of or pertaining to the
- noun An
inhabitantof the Marquesas Islands.
- proper noun A collection of East-Central Polynesian dialects, of the
Marquesicgroup, spoken in the Marquesas Islands.
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So to the Marquesan are the goblins that cause him to refuse to go into silent places alone at night, and often make him cower in fear on his own mats, a _pareu_ over his head, in terror of the unknown.
There will be baked beans Mexican, if I can hammer it into Toyama's head; also, baked papaia with Marquesan honey, and, lastly, a wonderful pie the secret of which Toyama refuses to divulge.
Marquesan prehistory and the origins of East Polynesian culture.
Human habitation has influenced Marquesan ecosystems for millennia.
Hunting is a major factor in the endangerment of the Nuku Hiva or Marquesan imperial-pigeon, a species with less than 300 individuals left.
Evolution of waif floras: a comparison of the Hawaiian and Marquesan archipelagos.
By this time you should have another Marquesan letter, the worst of the lot, I think; and seven Paumotu letters, which are not far out of the vein, as I wish it; I am in hopes the Hawaiian stuff is better yet: time will show, and time will make perfect.
Taken the last Marquesan islander for your hero and put him down in
The Marquesan word for 4 is _pona_, knot, from the practice of tying breadfruit in knots of 4.
On the Marquesan island of Hivarhoo, they had found an English sailor who had attained to the highest dignity in the country.