Vaihere Cadousteau, women and writing

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Vaihere Cadousteau, femmes et écritures

I'm Vaihere Poe Cadousteau, I am a teacher at the College of Tipaerui, I teach French and I am also a writer for the dance group Tamarii Tipaerui during the Heiva since the year 2004 until the year 2010. I had great difficulty writing in Tahitian language since it is not my mother tongue, my parents did not necessarily speak fluently, expressions stood out but it was really happening everywhere and basic expressions ; So I learned Tahitian school and especially high school. This was a challenge for me ...

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Learn to say COURAGE reo Tahiti

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Apprendre à dire COURAGE en reo Tahiti

Courage : fa'aitoito, each glottal accentuée. Fa'aitoito means having the courage, energy, of force. It is also to be bold, persistence. During the Heiva, before certain tests of strength and skill such as race bearing fruit, the javelin, carry stones, the boat race, means exclaim "fa'aitoito". During difficult times, mourning, test, disease, quest, it provides moral support. Courage in the work : fa'aitoito 'or the you ha'a. Type : Series of magazines :...

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How to say in PRESTIGIOUS POWERS reo Tahiti

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Apprendre à dire POUVOIRS PRESTIGIEUX en reo Tahiti

To prestigious : what. Mana means power, powerful, fort, who has authority. Prestigious power, what, was not the sole privilege of the family chiefs and priests. By rites, could invoke the mana of the ancestors or gods to invest beings or places, things that once inspired respect and fear. Some prestige objects indicated mana of the wearer. To’o, scepter head, taumi, plastron, fau, high cap, ‘ura, sacred feather, maro ‘ura, belt head, niho paraoa, sperm whale tooth ornament, nati ha'a, braid hair ... and many others ! It is a powerful man : e ta'ata mana ....

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How to say in reo Tahiti MOON

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Apprendre à dire LUNE en reo Tahiti

Moon : 'Ava'e, two pronounced glottal. The ancient name of the moon is as clear marama means, luminous. Maui tried to conquer the moon goddess, Hina, that men are immortal. The lunar calendar Polynesian shows great knowledge of seasons, teachable moments to educate, fish, navigate, cut hair, planting and pruning plants. And planting tubers and roots at the new moon, 'Ava'e api fruit trees and full moon, 'Ava'e Menemene. We once had the time night and moon. We kept 'ava'e for the month. Month ...

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How to say in native country reo Tahiti

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Apprendre à dire Pays natal en reo Tahiti

Pays natal :'Ai'a, a long vowel, two glottal. 'Ai'a means the country, the land that fed us. 'Ai'a also means homeland, legacy. After each migration, Polynesians tried the opposite way to their land of origin. The placenta is planted on the homeland : tanuhia and you can fenua to the 'ai'a. His country is far : and mea atheist to the 'ai'a. Someone is in the country : and ta'ata 'ai'a. Ecoute hymne the territorial : in the fa'aro'o you himene 'ai'a. I miss my country : you mihi au in to the 'u' ai'a. These are the fruits of the country : and ...

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How to say in STAR reo Tahiti

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Apprendre à dire ETOILE en reo Tahiti

Star : feti'a, each glottal accentuée. The former name is feti'a fetu, hetu. When creating, Rua and Atea engendered shooting stars, feti'a pao, then the moon, sun, Comets, feti'a ave, and other constellations, the most famous : ta'urua, Venus, Matari’i, the Pleiades guided browsers. Feti'a also means decorating. The comet fell into the sea : ua marua you feti'a avec i roto i moana you. There is a lot of shooting stars in July : and mea rahi thee feti'a the pao tuirai. This star is red : e mea ute'ute 'Teie ...

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