Linguistics show Tahitians closely related to Samoans!

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Pulu

Seattle, WA

#1 May 11, 2014
Similarities between Tahiti and Samoa linguistically! Where's fiji ?....oops forgot they have none hahaa
Chief/King or someone of high status= Ari'i(Tahitian)
Ali'i(Samoan)
Child= Tamarii (Tahitian)
Samoan = Tama'iti
Ocean= Moana(Tahitian)
Ocean=Moana(Samoan)
House= Fare(Tahitian)
House= Fale(Samoan)
Island= Motu(TAhitian)
Island= Motu(Samoan)
Store= Fare Toa(Tahitian)
Store= Fale oloa(Samoan)
How are you?= Maita’i oe?(Tahitian)
How are you?= O a mai oe?(Samoan)
Small= Iti(Tahitian)
Small= Laiitiiti(Samoan)
Woman= Vahine(Tahitian)
Woman= Fa'afafine(Samoan)
Pulu

Seattle, WA

#2 May 11, 2014
Come here= Haere mai (tahiti)
Come here= Saele mai(Samoan)
What?=Eaha?(Tahitian)
What?= O le a?(Samoan)
People of the the land= Ta'ata Fenua(Tahiti)
People of the land= Tagata Fanua(Samoan)
Original Natives= ta'ata Maohi(Tahitian)
Original Natives= Tagata Mo'i
Cheers= Manuia(Tahitian)
Cheers=Manuia(Samoan)
Beer= Pia(Tahitian)
Beer= Pia(Samoan)
Hospital =Fare Ma'i(Tahiti)
Hopital =Fale Ma'i (Samoan)
creator= Ta'aroa(Tahitian)
creator= Tagaloa(Samoan)
God= Atua(Tahitian)
God= Atua(Samoan)
Sacred/Forbidden= Tabu(Tahitian)
Sacred= Tapu(Samoan)
Power= Mana(Tahiti)
Power= Mana(Samoa)
Sister of brother= uahine(Tahitian)
Sister of brother=
tuafafine(Samoan)
Singular pronouns
1 person= O Vau(Tahitian)
1 person= O au(Samoan)
2nd person= O oe(Tahitian)
2nd person= O oe(Samoan)
3rd person= O oia(Tahitian)
3rd Person= O ia(Samoan)
We= Taua(Tahitian)
We= Kaua(Samoan)
Bird= Manu(Tahiti)
Bird= Manu(Samoa)
Ship= Va'a(Tahiti)
Ship= Va'a(Samoan)

Many more Tahitian words that are similiar with Samoan! Lol
Pulu

Seattle, WA

#3 May 11, 2014
Similar words between Samoa and Maori! Credit goes to IncThePeace! Lol this his post! Yup most islands spoke Samoic hahaa cheeehoooo!

Marae(Maori)/Malae(Samoa)- an area
Haere mai(Maori)/Saele Mai(Samoa)- Come
Tangi(Maori)/Tagi(Samoa)- to cry, to mourn
Karanga(Maori/Alaga(Samoa)- calling to the guests to welcome them to enter the marae
Tangata whenua(Maori)/Tagata Fanua - original people belonging to a place, local people, hosts
Koha(Maori)/Tofa(Samoa) gift, present or fine mat
Whare kai(Maori)/Fale Ai(Samoa)- dining hall
Whare paku(Maori)/Fale Pa'u(Samoa)- lavatory, toilet(literal translation)
Aroha(Maori)/Alofa(Samoa)- compassion, tenderness, sustaining love
Mana(Maori)/Mana(Samoa)- authority, power; secondary meaning: reputation, influence
Tapu(Maori)/Tapu(Samoa)- sacred, not to be touched, to be avoided because sacred, taboo
Pulu

Seattle, WA

#4 May 11, 2014
Similar words between Samoa and Maori! Credit goes to IncThePeace! Lol this his post! Yup most islands spoke Samoic hahaa cheeehoooo!

Marae(Maori)/Malae(Samoa)- an area
Haere mai(Maori)/Saele Mai(Samoa)- Come
Tangi(Maori)/Tagi(Samoa)- to cry, to mourn
Karanga(Maori/Alaga(Samoa)- calling to the guests to welcome them to enter the marae
Tangata whenua(Maori)/Tagata Fanua - original people belonging to a place, local people, hosts
Koha(Maori)/Tofa(Samoa) gift, present or fine mat
Whare kai(Maori)/Fale Ai(Samoa)- dining hall
Whare paku(Maori)/Fale Pa'u(Samoa)- lavatory, toilet(literal translation)
Aroha(Maori)/Alofa(Samoa)- compassion, tenderness, sustaining love
Mana(Maori)/Mana(Samoa)- authority, power; secondary meaning: reputation, influence
Tapu(Maori)/Tapu(Samoa)- sacred, not to be touched, to be avoided because sacred, taboo

“Malo”

Since: May 14

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#5 May 11, 2014
Taonga(Maori)/Taoga(Samoa)- possessions or cultural items
Turangawaewae(Maori)/Tulagavae (Samoa)- a place to stand, a place to belong to, a seat or location of identity
Whenua(Maori)/Fanua(Samoa)- land, homeland, country
Ariki(Maori)/Ali'i(Samoa)- person of high inherited rank from senior lines of descent, male or female
Kaumatua(Maori)/Au Matua(Samoa)- elder or elders, senior people in a kin group
Tama(Maori)/Tama(Samoa) son, young man, youth
Tamahine(Maori)/Tamafafine(Sam oa)- daughter
Tamaiti(Maori)/Tamaiti(Samoa)- one child
Tamariki(Maori)/Tamaiki(Samoan )- children
Tane(Maori)/Tane(Samoa)- man, husband, men, husbands
Tuahine(Maori)/Tuafafine(Samoa )- sister of a man
Tungane(Maori)/Tuagane(Samoa)- brother of a sister
Wahine(Maori)/Fafine(Samoa)- woman, wife (wahine women, wives)
Waka(Maori)/Va'a(Samoa)- canoe
Au(Maori)/Au(Samoa)- current
Iti(Maori)/Iti(Samoan)- small, little
Kai(Maori)/Ai(Samoa)- one of the meanings of kai is food
Maunga(Maori)/Mauga(Samoa)- mountain
Moana(Maori)/Moana(Samoa)- sea
Motu(Maori)/Motu(Samoa)- island
Atoa (Samoan) Katoa (Maori)

“Malo”

Since: May 14

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#6 May 11, 2014
Saele Mai (Samoan) Haere Mai(Maori)- Come
Ao Tea Loa (Samoan) Aotearoa (Maori)- exact same meaning
Fo'i Mai (Samoan) Hoki Mai (Maori)- come back
Mt Lagitoto (Samoan) Mt Rangitoto (Maori)- bloodred sky
Mt Pilogia(Samoan) Mt Pirongia(Maori)- stinking sulphorous fume from volcano
tenei mea(Maori)
lenei mea(Samoa)
koutou katoa(Maori)
outou atoa(Samoa)

and many many more to come..

Samoa/Hawaii/Tokelau/Aotearoa

Welcome
Talofa(Samoa)
Talofa(Tokelau)
Aloha(Hawaii)

Love
Alofa(Samoa)
Alofa(Tokelau)
Aloha(Hawaii)
Aroha (Aotearoa)

Who are you?- English
O ai oulua?- Samoa
O ai oulua?- Hawaii
O ai koulua?- Tokelau
billy the kid

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#7 May 11, 2014
Tahitian = Fijian in English faggort
Hitian people is vitian for Fijian not monkey Samoa . we invaded tahiti in 2 waves First wavy of Fijian married people from Kiribati thats how tahitian got the hula from and its oral history Fact Fijian polynesian mixed melanesian imposed rule over tahiti. All the words you say links to the Fijian family tree and Maori not western Samoan you are slaves out casts. Fiji ruled you and Tonga you are liers.
Thats why you have no royal family all faggots. Tui viti and tui palotu and tui fitimua are all Fijian and tui tonga who raped your mama.
we the ace of spades cunnnt
Afamasaga

Brisbane, Australia

#8 May 11, 2014
billy the kid wrote:
Tahitian = Fijian in English faggort
Hitian people is vitian for Fijian not monkey Samoa . we invaded tahiti in 2 waves First wavy of Fijian married people from Kiribati thats how tahitian got the hula from and its oral history Fact Fijian polynesian mixed melanesian imposed rule over tahiti. All the words you say links to the Fijian family tree and Maori not western Samoan you are slaves out casts. Fiji ruled you and Tonga you are liers.
Thats why you have no royal family all faggots. Tui viti and tui palotu and tui fitimua are all Fijian and tui tonga who raped your mama.
we the ace of spades cunnnt
Hahaha desparado. You lost boy, no wonder no one nor your self can provide evidence because your that retarded you cant even suffice a worthy argument. Dumb arse lol se kae ia nei uluka'e.
billy the kid

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#9 May 11, 2014
Afamasaga wrote:
<quoted text>
Hahaha desparado. You lost boy, no wonder no one nor your self can provide evidence because your that retarded you cant even suffice a worthy argument. Dumb arse lol se kae ia nei uluka'e.
IM CALLING MY mAORI BRO TO COME WIPE YOUR ASSES BACK TO BANTU LAND AND CAMBODIA

Since: Dec 13

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#10 May 11, 2014
Pulu wrote:
Saele Mai (Samoan) Haere Mai(Maori)- Come
Ao Tea Loa (Samoan) Aotearoa (Maori)- exact same meaning
Fo'i Mai (Samoan) Hoki Mai (Maori)- come back
Mt Lagitoto (Samoan) Mt Rangitoto (Maori)- bloodred sky
Mt Pilogia(Samoan) Mt Pirongia(Maori)- stinking sulphorous fume from volcano
tenei mea(Maori)
lenei mea(Samoa)
koutou katoa(Maori)
outou atoa(Samoa)
and many many more to come..
Samoa/Hawaii/Tokelau/Aotearoa
Welcome
Talofa(Samoa)
Talofa(Tokelau)
Aloha(Hawaii)
Love
Alofa(Samoa)
Alofa(Tokelau)
Aloha(Hawaii)
Aroha (Aotearoa)
Who are you?- English
O ai oulua?- Samoa
O ai oulua?- Hawaii
O ai koulua?- Tokelau
www.vjf.cn rs,fr/lacito/colloque/diaporam as/Pawley.pdf

P.24/25

As these dialects were ancestral to t 2 primary branches of Poly, Tongic (consisting of Tongan n Niuean) and t Nuclear Poly (consisting of all other Poly languages ) we call them t Tongic n Nuclear Poly dialect.

The linguistic evidence suggest that soon after t Lapita settlement of Fiji n W. Polynesia, ppl living in t western parts of of Fiji including Viti Levu, ceased to have regular contact w ppl of Tonga.
This was not t case for eastern Fiji, particularly t Lau group, which sits between Fiji n Tonga. For t Lau was probably linguistically closer to Tonga n Samoa that western Fiji, but later was reabsorbed into t main Fijian dialect complex.

So, u see linguistically we r rooted in language that points to t Polys who remained in Fiji, known to us as t Tongan colonies in Fiji.

Since: Dec 13

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#11 May 11, 2014
Afamasaga

Brisbane, Australia

#12 May 11, 2014
billy the kid wrote:
<quoted text>
IM CALLING MY mAORI BRO TO COME WIPE YOUR ASSES BACK TO BANTU LAND AND CAMBODIA
Uluka'e!! lmao
weehhh

Sydney, Australia

#13 May 11, 2014
Linguistic studies confirm a linear similarity spoken by Samoans to Marquesans, Tahitians and the Hawaiians
http://books.google.co.nz/books...
billy the kid

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#14 May 11, 2014
tongangodz wrote:
<quoted text>
www.vjf.cn rs,fr/lacito/colloque/diaporam as/Pawley.pdf
P.24/25
As these dialects were ancestral to t 2 primary branches of Poly, Tongic (consisting of Tongan n Niuean) and t Nuclear Poly (consisting of all other Poly languages ) we call them t Tongic n Nuclear Poly dialect.
The linguistic evidence suggest that soon after t Lapita settlement of Fiji n W. Polynesia, ppl living in t western parts of of Fiji including Viti Levu, ceased to have regular contact w ppl of Tonga.
This was not t case for eastern Fiji, particularly t Lau group, which sits between Fiji n Tonga. For t Lau was probably linguistically closer to Tonga n Samoa that western Fiji, but later was reabsorbed into t main Fijian dialect complex.
So, u see linguistically we r rooted in language that points to t Polys who remained in Fiji, known to us as t Tongan colonies in Fiji.
well done benz you have proven my point Fijian is a older version of Tongan and its class as a nuclear family tree with over 332 islands and 500 smaller one speak the same linguistic steam this links to the fact that tahitian is closer to Fijian and Cook islander is closer to tongan and its back up by fact that both our nation are older then Samoa and that both our nation history go hand in had cause both countries have large conlonies of both island and both accounts of the invasion of cook-islands and tahitian by fijian and tongan. Western Samoa=donkey liers.
billy the kid

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#15 May 11, 2014
Afamasaga wrote:
<quoted text>
Uluka'e!! lmao
my kingdom is larger then your silly village pokie my clans kingdom reachs all the way to tonga east go to tonga and talk to kvt tonga from lomaviti they will woop your asses boy.
billy the kid

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#16 May 11, 2014
Afamasaga wrote:
<quoted text>
Hahaha desparado. You lost boy, no wonder no one nor your self can provide evidence because your that retarded you cant even suffice a worthy argument. Dumb arse lol se kae ia nei uluka'e.
Some Tahitian ended up in Fiji from the bounty faggots they may speak French now but if they understand what you Samoan faggots are i dont mind telling them you cannot change history Tonga and Fiji history go hand in hand yours doesn't match accounts of both our nation.
We Fijian imposed our rule over tahiti a long time ago we made their royal family we also imposted their cast system of ranking this practice is only done by Tongan and Fijian royalty.
You dont have royalty thats the difference my kingdom along has over 60 tuis within that 60 tuis the pick a tui lomaviti. like with Lau there is 4 kingdoms in LAu there are at list 65 tuis in lau they pick a overall king which is the tui lau.
Tonga is different tonga is 1 kingdom with one 1 tui in Fiji there are a lot of tui ratu.
billy the kid

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#17 May 11, 2014
Afamasaga wrote:
<quoted text>
Uluka'e!! lmao
WIPE YOUR ASSES BACK TO BANTU LAND AND CAMBODIA we are not big noise like you we pure poly lomaviti people are among the lightest and so are rotuma.

Since: Dec 13

Location hidden

#18 May 11, 2014
weehhh wrote:
Linguistic studies confirm a linear similarity spoken by Samoans to Marquesans, Tahitians and the Hawaiians
http://books.google.co.nz/books...
Correct, Tongic (tongan n niuean) n Nuclear Polynesian languages (all other poly languages). All resemble each other, but t Tongic is t formative language, t further they got away from t mother ship changes occurred, resulting in t nuclear Polynesian language :)
billy the kid

Stoke-on-trent, UK

#19 May 11, 2014
pulu you dumb fool no wonder maoris call you a ape. Literarcy and Social Change happen when tahitian left viti a long time ago and the case is closed this idiot doesn't even know the Literacy and Social Change happen and yet it all sounds similar to Fijian but Maori drives from this speaking Family tree of Tongan and Fijian dumb polo. how are you even related when you never had a royal family thick shit coconut you western Samon are slaves.
Cook islands are rarotongan which is tongan.
tahiti are hitian which is kaivit.
The fijian Tree splits with tonga cause it similar and from there tahiti is closer to Fijian as you can get further away like cook island is to tongan you rock wipes are not able to sail any where maybe you landed in funtua thats all but this is a lie and stop this lie.
Pulu

Seattle, WA

#20 May 11, 2014
billy the kid wrote:
Tahitian = Fijian in English faggort
Hitian people is vitian for Fijian not monkey Samoa . we invaded tahiti in 2 waves First wavy of Fijian married people from Kiribati thats how tahitian got the hula from and its oral history Fact Fijian polynesian mixed melanesian imposed rule over tahiti. All the words you say links to the Fijian family tree and Maori not western Samoan you are slaves out casts. Fiji ruled you and Tonga you are liers.
Thats why you have no royal family all faggots. Tui viti and tui palotu and tui fitimua are all Fijian and tui tonga who raped your mama.
we the ace of spades cunnnt
Yeah yeah keep dreaming fagg, still dosent change the fact their dialect is still closer to Samoan dialect than that of Fiji! Hihihihi Tahitians themselves even claimed to have come from Manuatere aka Manuatele of Samoa! Most of your history you spit is based on assumptions! Lol and When are you going to stop claiming Fitiaumua? Lol You have no solid evidence he was fijian! You lied about his father being Tui Rewa! Lmao You should know pingpolo, a small lie leads to another lie! Hihihi Fiti were slaves under Fitiaumua of Samoan Descent! Fact!

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