What is the Samoan word for majesty?
Samoan word for discuss is "talatalanoa". Samoan word for talk is "tautala".
Wife and husband have the same Samoan word. The Samoan word is TO'ALUA.
The noun 'majesty' is an abstract noun as a word for impressiveness in scale or proportion; sovereign power, authority, or dignity; a word for a concept. The noun 'majesty' is a concrete noun as a word for a person.
The Samoan word for manage is pule.
The Samoan word for boat is "VA'A"!!
Samoan word for 'violent' is fa'amalosi or fa'asaua.
fa'asāmoa - of samoa, the samoan way gagana sāmoa - samoan language
The Samoan word for extended family is aiga.
Im Samoan and have never heard that word before. There is no letter D in the Samoan alphabet.
There is no Samoan word, Heka. We don't have H in our alphabet.
No Samoan word contains "boa", as we do not have "b" in our alphabet.
Samoan translation of English word elderberry
its a Samoan swear word
Alsowe is not a Samoan word.
Agilau - blow steadily. There is no Samoan word "angilau", only "agilau". So I am wondering if this question is a Samoan word, or whether it pertains to another country.
I read on here that Pualena is the Samoan word for Princess. This is NOT true. Pualena sounds Hawaiian not Samoan. Although the word PUA is a flower in Samoa, Pualena isn't Samoan itself.
The word Samoa is a "Samoan word" so you would simply say "SAMOA".
the samoan word for brother is uso
Sorry, that's not a Samoan word.
Whanau - Maori Aiga - Samoan Both mean "family"
Thats not a Samoan word. It sounds Hawaiian or Rarotongan maybe? Definetly not Samoan.
Bithday is aso fanau. If you were to translate it from Samoan word-to-word it would be day birth
the samoan word for miracle is: Vavega
Name is Igoa in Samoan. I hope that was the question.
What is the Samoan word for Noel
Nobility, greatness, highness.
bebe. The Samoan Alphabet does not have "B". So the correct word is "pepe".
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.
Fatu-Samoan translation for the English word heart
the Samoan translation for welcome is Talofa lava
Sofia is also Sofia in Samoan
"Ia Manuia" is good luck in samoan..:)
Amber is not a Samoan name so has no Samoan translation. If a Samoan girl was named Amber, her name would simply be Amber. No translations.
Samoan translation for English "leg"= vae There are other translations for the word leg as it is used for other purposes.
The Samoan word for \"love\" is \"lo\'u\", and the term \"my love\" is \"lo\'u au\". Love = Alofa.
The Samoan term for the word 'wishes' is manuia (mah-noo-eeh-ah)!
That's a very bad swear word in Samoan and whoever said that to you has no respect for themselves or others.
English Samoan market maketi
Sofia is also Sofia in Samoan
Samoan word: susu pronounce: sue-sue or soo-soo
According to the "Puzzle Directory" (refer to the link, below), the Samoan word, "faamolemole", is translated to the English word, "please".
the word for beautiful is 'aulelei
Majesty (noun) גָאוֹן (ga'on) genius, whizz, splendour, exaltation, glory, majesty הָדָר (hadar) splendor, citrus, glory, majesty, splendour, state רוֹמְמוּת (romemut) majesty, grandeur, elevation, serenity, grandiosity, highness גַאֲוָה (ga'ava) pride, haughtiness, boastfulness, conceit, majesty גֵאוּת (ge'ut) tide, boom, high tide, pride, swell, majesty
Your Highness or Your Majesty
Ipoki is not a Samoan word. Kipoki however means kettle.
Agelu ( Ah nge lou) ia the samoan word for Angel
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".
The Samoan language does not have a specific word for \"quality\", but when something is very good, they say \"manaia tele le mea ai\".
The Samoan language does not have a specific word for \"privacy\", but the term \"Alu ese ma a\'u\" can be used as a request to be left alone.