The ACD Online Beta

*Culi deaf

PAN Culi deaf

Form.
Papora suli deaf
Thao kun-lhuri be suddenly deafened, as by a very loud noise
ma-lhuri hard of hearing, deaf

PMP tuli₁ earwax; deaf

WMP
Ivatan (Isamorong) tido earwax
Itbayaten tilo earwax, cerumen
Ivatan tido earwax
Tagalog tu-tulí earwax
Hanunóo túli ear
Masbatenyo tulí earwax
Aklanon pa-nulí to clean one’s ears (of ear wax)
tulí ear wax; ear drainage
Agutaynen toli-toli earwax
toli-toli-en to clean the earwax out of the ears
Hiligaynon a-tu-túli earwax
Cebuano hin-a-tulí instrument for getting earwax out
a-tulí earwax; materials like earwax; a yellow paste, tobacco tars; yellow, hardened grease sticking in corners of machinery
Binukid tuli earwax
pa-nuli remove wax from one’s ears
Maranao toli-toli earwax
Manobo (Western Bukidnon) tuli cerumen
tuliy-en have a running ear infection
Gayō mu-tuli deaf
Iban tuliʔ deaf; ear-wax
Malay tuli deaf; usually (but not invariably) stone-deaf, in contrast to pekak (hard of hearing)
Dampelas an-tuliʔ earwax
Mongondow tuli earwax
tuli-an to have ear wax
Ampibabo-Lauje tai nu tuliʔ earwax
Tae' ka-tuli-ŋ earwax
Kulisusu culi earwax
Muna ka-tuli something used to clean out one’s ears or nose
tuli clean out (ear, nose), scratch in
Popalia tuli ear
Old Javanese tuli-tuli pretend not to hear?
tuli deaf
kapa-tuli be deafened (temporarily) by a loud noise
Sasak tuliʔ earwax
Bikol tulí earwax
hiŋ-tuli-ón to clean wax from the ears
Proto-Bungku-Tolaki tuli earwax
CMP
Li'o tuli earwax
Wetan tili deaf

POC tuli₁ deaf; ear-wax

OC
Hawaiian kuli deafness, deaf person; deaf; noisy
hoʔo-kuli deaf; to feign deafness; (fig.) disobey, be disobedient
Kapingamarangi loŋo duli deaf (lit. ‘hearing deaf’)
Eddystone/Mandegusu tuli wax in the ear
Tuvaluan tuli deaf
Kilivila tuli deaf
Anuta tu-turi deaf
Rennellese tugi be deaf, hard of hearing
tugi-aŋa deafness
Rotuman fuli to be deaf
Mota tul wax in the ear
Samoan faʔa-taliŋa tuli turn a deaf ear
tu-tuli deaf
Futunan tuli ~ tulituli deaf
Niue teliŋa tuli deaf
Tongan tuli deaf
teʔe-tuli wax in the ear ( = ‘excrement’, in compounds)
Rarotongan turi deafness, the state or condition of being deaf; deaf, dull of hearing or unable to hear at all
tariŋa turi the condition of being deaf or hard of hearing; obstinacy, stubbornness
Maori turi-turi noisy
turi deaf; obstinate
whaka-tu-turi turn a deaf ear to, be obstinate, be unyielding