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Ann, girl's name
'Ana
beautiful
faka'ofo'ofa
to be cold, cold, the state of being cold
mokosia
handsome,prety
talavou
quick, quickly, fast, rapid, rapidly
vave
good natured, nice
anga-lelei
e
the, definite article
hard, difficult, impossible
faingata'a
easy
faingofua
delicious, pleasurable
ifo
cheap, inexpensive
ma'ama'a
understandable, intelligible
mahino
heavy, expensive, weighty
mamafa
nurse
neesi
kind, love
'ofa
policeman
polisi
pork, pig
puaka
minister
faifekau
excellent, splendid, extraordinary, bravo
mālie
to be careful, to pay attention
tokanga
establish, start, commence (school), suggest
fokotu'u
happen, occur, arrive
hoko
bathe, take a bath
kaukau
perfect tense marker
kuo
rest, euphemism for die, death
mālōlō
to be cooked, done (refers to food)
moho
head master, principal
pule ako
not yet
te'eki ai
to let out, terminate (ref. to school)
tutuku
fight, box
fuhu
basket
kato
rope
maea
and, with
mo
pen
peni
taro
talo
children
tamaiki
how, by what means
hoosi
horse
on foot, down
lalo
truck
loli
bicycle
pasikala
Benny, man's name
Peni
two wheel cart
sāliote
sail boat
vaka lā
airplane
vakapuna
read, to read a book
lau tohi
tennis
tenisi
Willy, short for Villiami, William
Vili
how much, what is the price of
fiha
enter, go through, go inside of, worship, adore
dress
kofu
dollar, money
pa'anga
paper
pepa
cent
sēniti
shilling
silini
shirt
sote
pound (money)
sovaleni
trousers
talausese
fare, pay, wages, payment
totongi
tuition, fee (school fare)
totongi ako
boat fare
totongi folau
admission price
totongi hū
bus fare
totongi pasi
watch
uasi
why
ko e hā ..... ai
thus, thusly
pehē
take
'ave
do
fai
knife
hele
seach, look for
kumi
light, lamp, lantern
maama
short for 'omai - bring give (to me)
mai
remember
manatu'i
bring
'omi
answer, accept, receive
tali
stop, to stop
ta'ofi
to burn, to light, to ignite
tutu
in, at, with
'iate
to, toward
kiate
match
masi
newspaper
nusipepa
forget, sink, submerge
ngalo
baby, infant
pēpē
buy, purchase, sell
fakatau
Joe
Siō
keep, tend, take care of
tauhi
want, need
fiema'u
kill, shut off, turn off
tāmate'i
to plant, planting, fall, to fail (an exam)
to teach, instruct
ako'i
choose, choice, enemy
fili
nobility
hou'eiki
to know, be acquainted with
'ilo'i
to protect, defend
malu'i
male name, Noble of Kolonga
Nuku
government
pule'anga
call
ui
message, order, command
fekau
female name, dove
Lupe
Siana
fellow, guy, man
tell, relate, reveal, give
tala
teach
ako'i
to move, remove, euphemism for death
hiki
to build, to construct, pain, painful
langa
rock
maka
dog
kulī
hammer
hāmala
functional proposition
ko
over here/ there, right here/ there
ko ē
there, over there, right there (near you)
ko'ena
here, over there, right here (near me)
ko'eni
bed
mohenga
canoe, outrigger canoe
pōpao
lesson book
tohi lesoni
make, create, build
fa'u
a, any, some
ha
tinned fish
kapa ika
corned beef in a can
kapa pulu
soap
koa
soap
koa
what
ko e hā
candy
lole
flour
māhoa'a
chair
sea
obedient
talangofua
learn something
ako ha me'a
with
'aki
handsome
talavou
late
tōmui
sick
puke
cold
mokosia
hungry
fiekaia
homesick
ta'elata
past
na'e
future
e
boy
tamasi'i
teacher
faiako
girl
ta'ahine
land/country
fonua
class
kalasi
town
kolo
hot
vela
humid/hot
'afu
rain
uha
clear sky (after storm has passed)
'afua
snow
sinou
windy
havili
very
'aupito
go
'alu
stay
nofo
study
ako
eat
kai
travel
folau
sleep
mohe
but
ka
and
pea
if
kapau
because
koe'uhi
how do you say
ko e hā 'a e lea faka-Tonga ki he ...
where
I
ku, u, ou
you
ke
you all
mou
we
mau
they
nau
he/she/it
ne
to ride
heka
to drive
faka'uli
horse
hoosi
train
lēlue
bicycle
pasikala
car
boat
vaka
to walk
luelue
to run
lele
bus
pasi
airplane
vakapuna
by what means
come
ha'u
bread
rice
laise
chicken
moa
pork
pulu
burrito
polito
hamburger
hamipaka
sandwich
samisi
salad
sālati
cereal
siliō
milk
hua'kau
water
vai
tomato
temata
potato
pateta
lettuce
lētisi
cabbage
kā pisi
fish
ika
orange
moli
apple
'āpele
guava
kuava
grapes
kālepi
cook
moho
geography
siokālafi
scriptures
folofola
math
fika
tonga
lea faka
language
siapani
science
saienisi
history
hisitōlia
zero
noa
one
taha
two
ua
three
tolu
four
five
nima
six
ono
seven
fitu
eight
valu
nine
hiva
ten
hongofolu
nexta
kaha'u
this
ko'eni
last
kuo'osi
monday
mōmite
Tuesday
tusite
wednesday
pulelulu
thursday
tu'apulelulu
friday
falaite
saturday
tokonaki
sunday
sāpate
in a while
'anai
tomorrow morning
'auhu
'apō
tonight
'apongipongi
tomorrow
earlier
'anenai
this morning
aneuhu
last night
anepō
yesterday
aneafi
start
kamata
close
tāpuni
return or go back
foki
angry
'ita
sad
loto mamahi
happy
fiefia
cry
tangi
scream or yell
kaikaila
scolded
tafulu
late
tōmui
papers
fakafonu
form
foomu
transitive structure
TM -- Subj Pronoun -- Verb -- 'a D.O -- Loc -- Obj

TM -- Verb -- 'e&Sub ('e he subj) --- 'a D) -- Loc -- Obj
convert/translate/change
lilius
baptize
papitaiso
teach
ako'i
the people
kakai
turn off
tāmate'i
turn on
fakamo'ui
ticket
tikite
to buy
fakatau
meeting
fakataha
win
ikuna
I know
'ilo
poor
masiva
to be sure
pau
I know
'ilo
me/myself
au
you all (yourselves)
kimoutolu
we, ourselves
kitautolu
kimautolu
them
kinautolu
he/she
ne
him/her
ia
Question about direct object:
ko e hā 'a e me'a