Polynesian Baby Names


The Polynesian languages are a language family spoken in geographical Polynesia, a few outlying islands of south central Micronesia, small islands of the Southeast Solomon Islands and a small number of communities in Vanuatu, in the Pacific Ocean. Polynesians share many unique cultural traits which resulted from about 1000 years of common development, including common linguistic development, in the Tonga and Samoa area through most of the first millennium BC. Polynesian languages are exotic sounding and unique in meaning and expression. Baby Name Network is a great resource to begin your search for a Polynesian baby name and name meaning, as well as having many Hawaiian names and Maori names.
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The defender of mankind.
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Polynesian boy baby name meaning "The defender of mankind."

Polynesian form of Alan. Handsome.
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Polynesian boy baby name meaning "Polynesian form of Alan. Handsome."

A chief.
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Polynesian boy baby name meaning "A chief."

The eldest.
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Polynesian boy baby name meaning "The eldest."

Beloved
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Polynesian girl baby name meaning "Beloved"

A daughter.
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Polynesian girl baby name meaning "A daughter."

A maiden.
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Polynesian girl baby name meaning "A maiden."

Silver.
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Polynesian girl baby name meaning "Silver."

A star.
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Polynesian girl baby name meaning "A star."

Polynesian form of George. A tiller of the soil (farmer).
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Polynesian boy baby name meaning "Polynesian form of George. A tiller of the soil (farmer)."

Rain.
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Polynesian boy baby name meaning "Rain."

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