Words nearby Samoan
How to use Samoan in a sentence
The Fa’afaine community, deemed a third category of sex, allow individuals to explore their femininity without being persecuted by Samoan law.
I have always admired and loved figs, but in this case, one emergent Samoan fig literally saved the trees of an entire island.
I think that if you look at, as one example, the Samoan community.North County Report: Oceanside’s New Police Chief Promises More Transparency|Kayla Jimenez|March 31, 2021|Voice of San Diego
He took a Samoan lawyer with him, Oscar Zeta Acosta, and he took him because he thought he would be responsible.The Gonzo Artist: Behind Ralph Steadman’s Most Famous Work|Alex Suskind|April 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She's the first American Samoan in Congress, born in Leloaloa, American Samoa.
At the ripe age of 31, supporters say, the Samoan-born, home-schooled Gabbard is ready for the challenge.
“An eight-grade girl told 12-year-old Willow that her Samoan brothers were going to gang-rape her,” said Bristol.
It is a remark that has often been made by visitors: you never see a Samoan run, except at Vailima.
You might, if you ever answer this, give me your opinion on the origin of the Samoan race, just to complete the favour.
I had never seen the Samoan mask of reserve 433 laid aside before, and it touched me more than anything else.
It was even daring—I assure you one of the chiefs looked like a fiend at my description of Samoan warfare.
The Samoan home meant much pleasure to its owner, but it entailed keen anxiety also.Robert Louis Stevenson|Margaret Moyes Black