Your question really doesnt make sense at all...But the translation of "Suga, aua e ke ula" from Samoan into English can roughly be "Girl, dont tease". Suga is said when you are referring to a female. Aua means don't. And ula is a slang word for tease/make fun of/mock.
Sole is a general calling name for any male, and Suga is a general calling name for any female. Very useful when you are addressing someone whose name you don't know - Sole/Suga, what is your name? (Sole/Suga, o ai lou igoa?)
Pualena refers to the color of the rising sun. Pua, the shortened name, means flower. _____________________________________________________________ in Samoan it means, Princess. itz not a common word to use tho. Pualena is not a Samoan word & certainly does not mean princess. :)