oute alofa ia te oe
Troy Poloamalu, Chris and Ma'Ake Kemaoutu Rey Maulaga, Na'hahu, Tahi, Domata Peka, Haloti Ngata, and many many more
Papa can mean a number of things depending on the context it's used in. Papa means 'bra'. It also means 'dad' or 'granddad'. It also means 'cliff' or 'rock'.
Paulo pronounced Pa-u-loh
Hurry up - fa'atope, fa'atotope, faia'i or faiaia.
uso = my brother
Talofa Sole - meaning "Hello boy/guy"
Ua mai oe? - meaning "How are you?"
Proper way of saying "How are you?" in Samoan
= O a mai Oe? but not - Ua mai oe?
Alofa IESU mo oe
E alofa Iesu ia te oe.
Alu e ai
Because Apia is the captial of Upolu IN Samoa (the two island Upolu & Savaii)
Ua e tuai?
Faifea'u is a pastor but pastors would be 'o faifeau
Oute alofa ia te oe is pronounced... Oh (for Ocean) the alofah ee ya the ooo e.
No, Samoans are Polynesians and are not native to America. They are from the Pacific Islands but, many live in America.
Through the 2008 season, one player from American Samoa has played in MLB. That was Tony Solaita from Nuuuli who played with the Yankees in 1968 and the Royals, Angels, Expos, and Blue Jays between 1974-1979.
So'o means "all the time". It also refers to a gathering of two or more churches for the sake of fellowship.