Datapoint Hawai‘i Creole/Para-linguistic usages of clicks

Clicks may immediately precede a 'no'-answer, but I don't have any instances of clicks alone sufficing as an answer, except in affective meanings.

Values

Clicks can express only affective meanings

Example 26-118:
Speaker_A: dɛn hi waɪp hiz aɪ laɪg hi ws kɹaɪn bat hiz læfin sɔ – Speaker_B: tut-tut-tut
Speaker_A:
Speaker_a:
dɛn
then
hi
3sg
waɪp
wipe
hiz
3sg.poss
eye
laɪg
like
hi
3sg
ws
was
kɹa-ɪn
cry-prog
bat
but
hi-z
3sg-is
læf-in
laugh-prog
so
Speaker_B:
Speaker_B:
tut-tut-tut
tut-tut-tut
Speaker A: Then he wiped his eyes like he was crying but he was laughing, so... – Speaker B: tut-tuts.

Source: Velupillai 2003a: 184

Confidence:
Very certain