What does Kota mean in Tongan?

What does Kota mean in Tongan?

Kota, uncircumcised, said to have same meaning with preceding word, and to be so applied on account of smegma. Ko-te-a, what (Niua Fo’ou). Kotou, your (plural), (Niua Fo’ou). Kua, mark of past or perf.

What does Fefeka mean in Tongan?

Words in Tongan for meaning 15-740 “hard” Phonemic. fefeka.

What does Mani mean in Tongan?

2 thoughts on “Tongan slang: Tamani” tamani comes from the “Tongan accent” of saying the english word damn.. and used in the same way. Mani is the same as saying the english word man. So u could say its short for tama or man, but we all know tamani is damn.. Damn, that was hella tite!

How do you say love you in Tongan?

If you want to know how to say ‘I love you’ and other romantic phrases in Tongan, then read on….How To Say ‘I Love You’ In Tongan.

English Tongan
I love you ‘Oku ou ‘ofa ‘ia koe

What does Ufa mean?


Acronym Definition
UFA Until Further Advised
UFA Up-Front Agency Co Ltd (Japanese entertainment agency)
UFA Ultimate Frisbee Association (gaming)
UFA Universal Function Approximator

What does Tokoua mean?

Starting out as “tokoua”, meaning sibling in Tongan, shortened to “toko”, then to “toks” and finally to “dox”. And, in case you’re wondering, “one outs” is asking for someone to have a one-on-one fight.

What does Fefe hake mean in Tongan?

How are you?
Fefe hake. How are you? Sai pe. Fine, Alright,well. Malo.

What does Fakisi mean in Tongan?

“Fokisi” is a transliteration of the word “foxy” which actually means a woman who likes to sleep with a lot of men (Some say hoe, prostitute, sex worker) but also takes to mean promiscuous to an extent.

What does Sotia mean?

Verb. sotia. (intransitive) to be at war, to fight in a war.

Are you OK in Tongan?

Koe ha e taimi?…Tonga: Important Phrases.

Fefe hake How are you?
Sai pe Fine, Alright,well
Malo Thank you
Malo ‘aupito Thank you very much
‘Ikai No

What is brother in Tongan?

“Uso” is the Samoan word for brother, and “uce” its shortened version. “Dox” is the Tongan equivalent. Starting out as “tokoua”, meaning sibling in Tongan, shortened to “toko”, then to “toks” and finally to “dox”.

What is UCE in Samoan?

“Uce” comes from the Samoan word “uso” and is used when a man addresses another man as his brother, or a woman addresses another woman as her sister. It has been lost a little in translation, with some people mistakenly believing it means brother.