Reduplication was not productive in stable Pidgin Hawaiian (in texts dating after 1880), but it was a productive process in the original contact setting that produced pidgin innovations, and it is this process that is represented here. Reduplication is also very common in the lexifier, but it has long ceased to be productive word formation process. In the Examples 50 and 51, nuinui is the intensive of nui in a similar way that nui loa is an intensive. Another example is moe 'rest' and moemoe 'sleep'. In other examples, there is no significant change of meaning or function.