Cook Island words for items at the supermarket

As we continue to build our Cook Island language video series, we give you ‘Cook Island words for items at the supermarket’.

Items like ‘Varaoa’ which means ‘Bread’ or ‘Moa’ which means ‘Chicken’ and many more.

A great way to learn a language, is to become familiar with words you use nearly every day. The next time you walk around the supermarket, try and remember as many words as you can.

For more Cook Islands Language Videos, visit our Cook Island Language Resource Page.

Cook Island words for items at the supermarket

U means Milk
Titi means Cheese
Varaoa means Bread
‘Uamoa means Eggs
Pata means Butter
Ika means Fish
Moa means Chicken
Kiko Manu means Meat
Pekeni means Bacon
Poreti means Porridge
Akari means Coconut
Anani means Orange
Meika means Banana
Pu’a means Soap
Pu’a tama nio means Toothpaste
Keke pakapaka means Biscuit
Punu Puakatoro means Corned beef
Tiokereti means Chocolate

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