Many Polynesian Words of Indo European Origin Surprisingly Most of Western Europe Indicating Land Route or Frisians


The Polynesian languages are related, all of apparent indo european (japhetic) origin considering about half of the basic word roots are japhetic and many words themselves essentially the same such as ruma for room, poaka for pig, haina for home, and area for area, indicating that perhaps Frisians from Atland were of the people of the Pacific, as they became known as the Araucanians of Fresolano in Chile.