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What does Fefe hake mean?
Fefe hake? ( Idiomatic) Fine, thank you.
What does Malo Aupito mean in Tongan?
Malo ‘aupito means “thank you” and, if you’re a polite tourist, it’s a word that you will be using a lot in Tonga.
What does kataki mean in Tongan?
English. Kataki ha’u o’ kai. Please come and eat.
How do you say come here in Tonga?
where are you coming from?…Chitonga Dictionary.
|kweza||come here||Komm her|
What does LAHO mean in Tongan?
Noun. laho. rotten wood, especially a rotten section of wood in otherwise sound timber.
What does Fefe mean in Samoan?
Fefe: Fear; afraid ; or an expression of mockery. Depending on how the word fefe is used, it can be interpreted as fear, afraid or an expression of mockery similar to “whatever or whatevs” in modern day language and slang.
What does Nga mihi?
congratulations and congratulations. Last Update: 2021-08-20.
What is a LAHO?
What does Malie mean in Tongan?
Introduction. The terminology, mālie, is an indigenous word in Tongan language and culture, one of the many languages and cultures identified in the South Pacific. Mālie means good, pleasing, pleasant, interesting, advantageous, helpful, splendid, fine, commendable, admirable, or very satisfactory (Churchward 1953).
How do you say cheers in Tongan?
Ofa Atu – Cheers in Tongan St.
What is beautiful in Tonga?
‘oku he faka’ofo’ofa = you’re so pretty/beautiful ‘oku he talavou = you’re so good-looking/handsome you can use either faka’ofa’ofa or talavou, they pretty much mean the same thing.
What does LAHO mean in New Zealand?