TALOFA means hello!
'Talofa' is 'hello', but NOT a Tongan word. 'Talofa' is from the Samoan language.
hello in samoan is talofa
talofa Talofa means hello in Samoan
hello = talofa goodbye = tofa
The bible was translated into into the samoan language in 1830. Was called the " TUSI PAIA ".
Adriane is not a Samoan name so does not have a translation in the Samoan language.
What is the Samoan word for Noel
Yes. Depends on what Samoan words you want translated.
Hello - Talofa Goodbye - Tofa Soifua
Yvonne is not a Samoan name so cannot be translated.
The name Danny is not a Samoan name so cannot be translated. The word HOT can be translated into "vevela".
If you mean "hello", it is Talofa
It's Samoan for hello. bad
Hello, my name is... = Talofa, o lo'u igoa o...
it means hello in SAMOAN, in tongan it's MALO LELEI
it means hello in the samoan language
Goodbye in Samoan is "Tofa Soifua". hello-Talofa God bye-Tofa
How are you is translated to = Oa mai oe.
Beautiful can be translated to "aulelei"
"Hello!" in English is Ciao! in Italian.
Kathy is not a Samoan name therefore cannot be translated. If a Samoan girl is named Kathy, her family/friends would simply call her Kathy.
Translation: How are you, today?
Malo is hi (informal), Talofa is hello (more formal).
hello ladies/hello dear - ciao cari
There is no Samoan word for beutiful soul...but to something similar to it is "Lotolelei" which, translated in English means "good heart".
The word hello is translated to "你好" in simplified Chinese.
Talofa, o lo'u igoa o ...
Hi as in Hello is "Talofa" or more informally "Malo"
in Jamaica hi is Jambo and jambo translated was hello. Also hi is short for hello. HI! or HELLO!
Happy 18th Birthday in English is translated as "Ia manuia Lou sefuluvalu (18) tausaga" in Samoan
that they want to do the deed.. lol
"Hello", as in every Spanish-speaking country, is correctly translated as "Hola".
hello can be translated as any of the following: Niltze Tialli Pialli
Hello - Bonjour Goodbye - Au Revoir
Talofa, o lo'u igoa o Kalasia.
Hello = "Konnichiwa" How are you? = "Genki desu ka?"
"Hello! How are you?" in English is Ciao! Come stai? in Italian.
The Polish equivalent of 'hello' is 'Dzien dobry.' It is pronounced 'dzhehn dobri' if that helps.
According to the "Puzzle Directory" (refer to the link, below), the Samoan word, "faamolemole", is translated to the English word, "please".
There is not a Samoan word that translates into the English word reflection. Random Samoan words translated to English include ma'i which means painful and e leai se isi mea which means nothing more.
Talofa (means HI/Hello/Greetings) Ua mai oe? (means How are you?)
Talofa Lava is a greeting that means hello in SAMOAN in Tonga it is Malo Lelei
"Hello, friends!" in English is Olà, amigos! in Portuguese.
To say hello how are you in Indonesian is... Halo!! Apa kabar??
There is no direct translated word for Hello, 'Muli bwanji' is the formal greeting in Malawi, it means how are you.
"Hello, lady!" in English is Ciao, Signora! in Italian.
"Hello, uncle!" in English is Ciao, zio! in Italian.
"Hello, Mrs."! in English is Salve, signora! in Italian.