Examples from the Web for samoa
Samoa Air's chief executive, Chris Langton, said charging by weight was the fairest method.
Dao Tuyet Lien broke free from forced labor in Samoa to earn two college degrees, launch her own business, and start a family.
The outlines were more rugged and varied than those of Samoa, and the growth of bush was certainly more luxuriant.Stevenson's Shrine|Laura Stubbs
She first stood across to Samoa, in the direction of which the slaver had been seen to steer.Ben Hadden|W.H.G. Kingston
They say nothing is lost if you know where it is, and the ties are on the beach in Samoa awaiting our pleasure.Cappy Ricks|Peter B. Kyne
The latter impressed them greatly, since building of any kind in Samoa is considered a fine art.The Life of Robert Louis Stevenson for Boys and Girls|Jacqueline M. Overton
Where, in all this, are we to find a corner of responsibility for the king of Samoa?The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 17 (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson
British Dictionary definitions for samoa
Word Origin and History for samoa
an indigenous name, said to be from the name of a Polynesian chieftain, or else meaning "place of the moa." Related: Samoan (1846, noun and adjective).
Culture definitions for samoa
A group of volcanic (see volcano) islands in the south Pacific Ocean, approximately midway between Hawaii and Sydney, Australia, making up the independent kingdom of Western Samoa and the United States territory of American Samoa.