Fijian/Vocabulary

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Family[edit | edit source]

  • Grandfather - tutu
  • Grandmother - bubu
  • Father - Tata
  • Mother - nana
  • son - tagane
  • Daughter - yalewa
  • Family - vuvale
  • Respect - vakarokoroko

Fruits[edit | edit source]

  • Papaya - weleti
  • Apple - yapolo
  • Coconut - niu

Vegetables[edit | edit source]

  • Carrot - kareti
  • Potato - kumala
  • Coconut- niu

Animals[edit | edit source]

  • Horse - ose
  • Cock - toa
  • Cat - pusi

Clothes[edit | edit source]

  • T-shirt - siqeleti
  • Shoes - ivā'vā

Objects[edit | edit source]

  • Broom - sasa
  • Keys - ki
  • Bottle - tavaya
  • Ball - polo
  • Tolls - iyaya
  • Paper - pepa
  • Flag - kuila
  • Click - gauna
  • Chair - idabedabe
  • Cup - bilo
  • Map - mape
  • Telephone - talevoni
  • Box : kato
  • Passport : vola ni curu vanua

Languages[edit | edit source]

  • Fijian - na vosa vakaviti
  • English - vakavalagi
  • German - heremani
  • Dutch - horana
  • French - farani
  • Italian - itariano
  • Swedish - huitene

Others[edit | edit source]

  • House - vale
  • Window - lalaga
  • Library - vale ni vola
  • Farm - i teitei
  • Weather - draki
  • Color - roka
  • Bus - basi
  • Ladies' toilet - valelailai ni marama
  • Men's toilet - valelailai ni turaga
  • Car - motoka
  • Sand - nu'u
  • Movie - yaloyalo yavala
  • Train - sitima ni vanua
  • Airport - rara ni waqavuka
  • Store - Si toa
  • School - koro ni vuli