Synonyms for semisi or Related words with semisi

mosese              emosi              viliami              alipate              naevo              ifereimi              asaeli              finau              netani              kelepi              aisea              viliame              malakai              tawake              ravai              joeli              kenatale              rupeni              mikaele              sakiusa              waisea              rawaqa              sailosi              nemia              tevita              afeaki              lolohea              ravulo              nasiga              pauliasi              salesi              samisoni              akapusi              taniela              likiliki              iliesa              samuela              aleki              etuate              setefano              samiu              nemani              katoa              sione              apenisa              vahafolau              nagusa              veikoso              lasagavibau              talakai             

Examples of "semisi"
Semisi Palu ‘Ifoni Tapueluelu (born October 28, 1949), more commonly known as Semisi Tapueluelu, is a Tongan politician.
Semisi was also part of the 2006 Commonwealth Games where they won a bronze medal.
Its first ever representative was Semisi Tapueluelu, a first time MP, representing the Democratic Party of the Friendly Islands.
Semisi Taulava (born 26 February 1983) is an Tongan rugby union player for Worcester Warriors in the Aviva Premiership.
Semisi Kioa Lafu Sika is a Tongan politician and Member of the Tongan Parliament. He is a member of the Democratic Party of the Friendly Islands.
/g/ becomes [k] in some cases (gas = "kesi"), while /dʒ/ and /tʃ/ usually become [s] (George = "Siaosi", Charlotte = "Salata", James = "Semisi").
Peniuto Semisi is a Tokelauan politician. He was the head of government of Tokelau ("Ulu o Tokelau") from February 1994 to February 1995.
The Fijian squad was a mix of local and overseas based players . While the majority of players were converts from rugby union the team also included Alipate Tani and Semisi Tora.
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.
Along with five other incumbent DPFI MPs, Semisi Tapueluelu was not selected as a DPFI candidate for this election, and announced he would be running as an independent candidate.
Semisi Masirewa (born 9 June 1992) is a Fijian rugby union footballer who currently plays as an outside back for the in the international Super Rugby competition. He previously turned out for and in New Zealand's ITM Cup.
Semisi Telefoni (born 22 December 1982) is a New Zealand born Tongan rugby union player. He currently plays for French club Agen. He debuted for Tonga against Japan in 2008. Telefoni played for Auckland from 2004 to 2005.
In the build-up to the 2014 general election, the Democratic Party suffered a split, de-selecting several of its own sitting members of the Legislative Assembly. Among those de-selected was Semisi Tapueluelu, MP for Tongatapu 10 and Mateni Tapueluelu's father. Under Mateni Tapueluelu's lead, "Keleʻa" published allegations of a sex scandal against his father. In the election in November, Semisi Tapueluelu lost his seat to the party's endorsed candidate in his constituency, while Mateni Tapueluelu was elected MP for Tongatapu 4. In so doing, he defeated incumbent MP and long-time key party figure ʻIsileli Pulu, who had also been de-selected and had therefore stood as an independent.
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.
The current Leader of the Free Church of Tonga is its president, the Reverend Semisi Fonua, who has been President since the Church Conference of 1984, replacing his father, the late Reverend Kisione Lelea Fonua. They are descendants of the Reverend Paula Fonua. The post of the president is elected annually during church annual conference
Two months later the police showed up at the Ma'u residence with a search warrant. Manu was arrested along with his brother, Semisi, and subsequently sentenced to three years in prison for his part in the brawl. He was released in 2009 to work and continue his rugby league career.
Its first ever (and so far only) representative is Semisi Sika, of the Democratic Party of the Friendly Islands. Sika, a first time MP, defeated Dr. Viliami Tangi, the incumbent Minister for Health, who had sat in Parliament as a minister but had not been an elected MP. Sika held the seat with a large majority in the 2014 general election.
The team of the year was; Fullback: James Dowie (Papakura), Winger: Saula Solomona (Pt Chevalier), Centre: Semisi Tyrell (Mangere East), Standoff: Drew Radich (Otahuhu), Halfback: Raymond Talimalie (Mangere East), Prop: Tony Tuia (Howick), Hooker: Zacharia Tippins (Glenora), Second-row: Dion Snell (Mt Albert) and Lock: Trent Bishop (Howick).
It was during Semisi Ravusou, a Tongan, that leads the people of Viwa and when he died, he gave the position back to the clan of Maikeli Vukuwale. Maikeli Vukuwale was from Nalauwaki, Waya the son of Malanicagi Masau the former Tui Waya. Malanicagi Masau was out on his visit to Viwa when they appoint a Sau at Yalobi and he was very angry and was appointed Sau at his own village of Nalauwaki.
After winning his next two fights, Flores fought Gabriel Taylor on October 3, 2003, in Houston, Texas. Flores wobbled Taylor several times to the point that the referee stopped the fight in round two. Flores found himself in trouble in his next fight against Semisi Bloomfield after Flores was dropped twice in round two. However, Flores managed to come back and fight him to a draw.