Synonyms for joeli or Related words with joeli

mosese              rawaqa              taniela              viliame              ravai              emosi              rupeni              nemani              semisi              ifereimi              naevo              malakai              veikoso              tawake              iliesa              waisake              asaeli              afeaki              sailosi              setefano              kelepi              aisea              pauliasi              savenaca              alipate              waisale              mikaele              cavubati              tevita              apenisa              netani              nasiga              veitayaki              kenatale              viliami              volavola              waisea              sakiusa              lolohea              rauluni              samisoni              salesi              atunaisa              samuela              akapusi              somoca              nemia              talakai              vereniki              pesamino             

Examples of "joeli"
[joeli colati] - union secretary for telecom Fiji limited.
The acting Director General of OMNIS is Mr. Joeli Valerien Lalaharisaina, who was formerly its Deputy Director General.
Joeli Nabuka died after a short illness on 25 November 2010. He is survived by his wife and five children.
Joeli Lutumailagi Kata (born 31 October 1985) is a Fiji rugby union player. He plays for the Fiji sevens team.
We would think of Joeli Bulu as the leader of a fine team of workers sent by King George of Tonga to spread the Church in Fiji. Joeli was converted and called to preach in Tonga and later ‘called’ to Fiji. He came to Lakeba by canoe, and was appointed to help with the printing of catechisms and passages of Scriptures.
Emori Ratu (capt), Simeli Tuiteci, Josateki Mami, Mesulame Soga, Sekove Vuniwaqa, Sainivalati Kenatale, Noa Rokomatu, Waisake Gaugau, Joeli Matai, Isei Matai, Kini Namoumou, Epeli Vuniwaqa, Kini Radaveta, Emori Bolobolo, Malakai Bari, Senirusi Rauqe, Seta Ratoto, Savenaca Driu, Petero Natau, Joeli Lotawa, Iveri Momo, Apisalome Take
Joeli Nabuka was a former student and later became the Principal of Lelean Memorial School. Nabuka also joined the Fiji Institute of Technology as the Registrar.
Joeli Ratulevu Cawaki is a Fijian politician and Member of the Parliament of Fiji. He is currently Assistant Minister for Agriculture, Natural Disaster Management.
Apenisa Naevo is the son of Joeli Lesavua, the younger brother of Ratu Apisai Naevo, the Paramount Chief of Nawaka, in Nadi. His brother, Semisi Naevo, is also a rugby player.
Joeli Vidiri (born 23 November 1973 in Nausori, in the highlands of Nadi, Nadroga-Navosa Province) is a retired Fijian rugby union footballer who also played for the New Zealand All Blacks. He played as a wing.
Joeli Veitayaki (born January 12, 1967 in Matuku, Fiji) is a former Fijian rugby union player. His usual position is Prop. He debut for against the New Zealand Maori in Christchurch on June 4, 1994. He played at the 1999 and 2003 Rugby World Cup.He now has 4 daughters and 2 sons, Marilyn, Raijieli, Talei, Analie, Manawa and Haereiti Veitayaki.
He is a cousin of former Auckland Blues and All Black winger Joeli Vidiri and NPC, Super 12, and New Zealand sevens player Iliesa Tanivula. He and fellow All Black wing Sitiveni Sivivatu regard themselves as "cousins" because Sivivatu lived with the Rokocoko family, but they are not blood relations.
A marine research facility was established on Naviavia beach on the western coast of Gau in 2005 by UK based NGO Frontier, commissioned by Dr. Joeli Veitayaki of the University of South Pacific, a native of Malawai on the eastern coast.
As a schoolboy he attended Auckland's Kelston Boys High School on a scholarship from Samoa, playing for their 1st XV, then moving to Counties Manukau where he played for Manurewa Rugby Club from 1995 to 2001. He also made 48 appearances for the Counties Manukau Steelers playing at fly-half and fullback alongside Jonah Lomu and Joeli Vidiri.
Ratu Meli Semisi Naevo Saukawa (born 3 May 1976 in Nawaka, Nadi) is a Fijian rugby union player. He plays as a flanker. His nickname is Mountain Bear. As such, he enjoys eating. His father, Joeli Lesavua, and two brothers, Apenisa and Manoa Naevo, are also Fiji reps.
Moyencharia joeli is a moth of the Cossidae family. It is found in north-central and north-east central Nigeria and probably north-western Cameroon. The habitat consists of a mosaic of wooded farmland and drier peripheral semi-evergreen Guineo-Congolian rain forests and riparian forests at low elevations.
Vidiri played in the Super 12 for the Auckland Blues from 1996 until 2001, where he scored 43 tries in 61 games, at the time an individual record. In 2000 Joeli created the record for most tries scored in one match scoring 4 against the Bulls, a record which has since been equalled but not yet broken. He had a song named after him ("Give Me Hope Joeli") that was very popular with the Auckland Blues fans at home games at Eden Park. He appeared in only five Super 12 matches in 2001, with his illness impacting on his ability to play. In 2000 Vidiri played for the Barbarian F.C. against Leicester Tigers. Vidiri made 71 provincial appearances for Counties, for whom Vidiri scored 56 tries. After two early matches with Auckland in the 2001 NPC, he ended his career.
Joeli Nabuka is a former Fijian politician, who served in the House of Representatives from 2002 to 2006. He represented the Ba East Fijian Communal Constituency, which he won for the ruling Soqosoqo Duavata ni Lewenivanua Party (SDL) in a byelection early in 2002, to fill the vacancy caused by the death in an automobile accident of his brother Epeli Seavula, also of the SDL.
Joeli Bulu (Siaoeli Pulu) (around 1810 – May 1877) became a Christian in 1833. He was one of a band of Tongan teachers who came to Fiji in 1838, and pioneered the work of the Christian Church in this group. He served the Church in Fiji for almost four decades. Many others were great in the same way. Paula Vea, another dynamic Christian missionary was a contemporary of his.
The houses of Lelean are named in honour of one Tongan and three Fijian missionaries. When the Lelean Memorial School was established, the houses had not yet been given names but were numbered Houses One, Two, Three and Four. In 1948, the Davuilevu Council named the houses after Joeli Bulu, Ilaijia Varani, Sailasa Naucukidi and Josua Mateinaniu. The names honour Fiji's local missionary effort amongst her own population as well its contribution to international Christian growth. The house colours, ethos and mottoes are: