Tokelau words for items at the supermarket

As we continue our Tokelau Language video series, we bring you ‘Tokelau words for items at the supermarket’. In this video, we give you 17 items you see when walking around the supermarket.

Items like ‘Moa’ which means ‘Chicken’ or ‘Moli’ which means ‘Orange’, and many more. So, the next time you walk around the supermarket keep an eye out for these items. 

A great way to learn a language, is to learn items you see nearly everyday, then keep saying them so they become familiar.

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Tokelau words for items at the supermarket.

Huhu, means Milk
Hihī, means Cheese
Falaoa, means Bread
Fuāmoa, means Eggs
Pata, means Butter
Meakai kanohi, means Meat
Ika, means Fish
Moa, means Chicken
Meakai e kai i te taeao, means Cereal
Apū, means Apples
Moli, means Oranges
Fūafai, means Bananas
Mea moli ulu, means Shampoo
Pauta fufulu nifo, means Toothpaste
Pepa keke, means Biscuits
Mea ulu falai, means Chippies
Hukalati, means Chocolate

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