Common Tokelau Phrases

At Pacific Learners, we are very excited to bring you ‘Common Tokelau Phrases’. These phrases can be used in everyday conversations and are a great way to impress your friends and family.

You can use phrases like, ‘Eā mai koe?’ which means ‘How are you?’ or ‘Manuia te aho!’ which means, ‘Have a nice day!’ and many more.

This video is a continuation of our ‘Common Tokelau Words‘ video.

For more Tokelau Language Videos and Images visit our Tokelau Language Resources page.

Common Tokelau Phrases

Eā mai koe? Means How are you ? (singular)
Ko au e manuia, fakafetai means I am fine thank you
Ko ai tō igoa? Means What is your name ?
Ko Tevita toku igoa, means My name is Tevita
Ko koe e hau i fea? Means Where are you from?
Ko koe e fano ki fea? means Where are you going?
Manuia te aho! Means Have a nice day
Tulou, means Excuse me
Kua tā te fia? Means What is the time
Fano kehe! Means Go away
Ko au e fiafia lahi oi feiloaki atu, means Pleased to meet you
E fia te tau o te mea tenei? Means How much is this?
Ko koe nahe popole, means Don’t worry about it
Ehe matua lelei taku fakaTokelau, means I speak a little Tokelau
Ko au e alofa atu, means I love you
Ko au e hē malamalama, means I don’t understand
Fakafetai, means Thankyou
Fafano ō lima, means Wash your hands
Fano moe, means Its time for bed

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