What does pau mean in Samoan?
Pau is one of the most commonly used words in the Samoan language which basically means to finish or destroy.
Pau is the name of a city in northeastern Spain. It has no actual meaning. Read More
Pau is a very commonly used word here in Hawaiʻi. Pau is one of the most famous words in Hawaii as well as aloha, maika'i, and hana. Pau is to finish/destroy or to be finished/destroyed, as well as done. I'm pau with my work! (I'm finished with my work!") just use pau to replace finish or done... Are you done with you chores? Are you pau with your chores? Read More
Thats not a Samoan word. It sounds Hawaiian or Rarotongan maybe? Definetly not Samoan. Read More
Amosa is the Samoan translation of the Biblical name Amos. Read More
Ona - to (when used w. verb, eg, ua mafai ona pese (able to sing). Ona - so, then (when used with 'lea'), ona pau lea - that is all. 'Ona - because, on account of. Ona (o-nah) - drunk, poisonous, septic, infected. Read More
Cu-size is not Samoan. There is no "C" or "Z" int he Samoan alphabet. Read More
Lelei in is the English equivalent for Samoan lelei tele. Read More
There is no Samoan word, Heka. We don't have H in our alphabet. Read More
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If you mean "right" referring to your right hand side, then the word in Samoan is "Taumatau". If you mean "right" referring to something being correct (e.g, that's right! I did tell him that!" then the Samoan word is "Sa'o". Read More