Synonyms for waisea or Related words with waisea
Examples of "waisea"
Daveta (born 28 March 1989) is a Fijian rugby union footballer. He plays for the Suva rugby team and usually plays as a prop.
Nayacalevu (born 26 June 1990) is a Fijian rugby union footballer. He plays wing for Fiji and reigning French Top 14 champions Stade Français.
Sedre Luveniyali (born Suva, 23 July 1985) is a Fijian rugby union footballer. He hails from the village of Kasavu in the province of Naitasiri and his mother is from the village of Qarani, Gau in the Lomaiviti group.
Taniela Rawaqa, Jona Nareki, Kusitino Vatu, Vereniki Goneva, Atunaisa Ratu, Jo Tora, Aseri Latianara,
Luveniyali, Aporosa Vata (capt), Sunia Nadruku, Kelepi Ketedromo, Sam Tabua, Ifereimi Naruma, Ropate Senikuraciri, Jonacani Batirua, Sikeli Donu, Aseri Tale, Sikeli Gavidi, Sikeli Nasau, Aseri Buli, Paula Cata, Semi Lotawa
For the 2008–09 season Quins signed five new players; London Irish centre Gonzalo Tiesi, Ulster Back-row forward Neil McMillan, Auckland Blues fly-half Nick Evans, Tongan international Epi Taione who plays on wing, centre and back row and Fijian utility back
Elenoa Serukeirewa (1875–1930) was a Fijian Adi (chief), the daughter of Ro
. L. Qioniwailevu and Adi Veniana Draukibei. Ro
was the ""Vunivalu na Vosaibaleni"" of the Yavusa Nawainovo from the tokatoka Nauluvatu. Adi Elenoa was the last member of this lineage. Before she died in 1930, she held the title ""Vunivalu na Vosaibaleni"", inheriting it from her father. She was also the last person to have been installed to this position. Her village was Kasavu, now located in the province and district of Naitasiri. Formerly, this village consisted of three tribes, including the Yavusa Nawainovo, where the ""Marama na Vunivalu"" is from, and which comprises the Mataqali Vunivesi. The other two tribes were the Yavusa Sawa, consisting of the Mataqali Rokoraite, and the Yavusa Burenitu, consisting of the Mataqali Aisokula, Rokotuinakoro, Vunileba, Tabuicovi and Naisogo. However, after the sitting of the Native Lands Commission the three tribes were combined into one known as the Burenitu tribe.
Talebula made his debut for Fiji against Scotland at Churchill Park in Lautoka on 16 June 2012. He came off the bench in the 60th minute as a full-back replacement for
Nayacalevu and after a brilliant counter by winger, Isimeli Koniferedi, he scored an individual try. He played his next test on the same ground starting at fullback. He scored two tries and kicked a conversion in their win against Tonga.
Viriviri started his career playing in the local 7's competition. He chased a dream borne out of the stories of his grandfather and namesake who was part of the legendary 1977 Fiji XV that beat the British and Irish Lions in Suva. At 19, he broke into the club level for Dratabu in the Nadi Rugby Union club games and later played for Lomaiviti and Suva in 2010 before joining Nadroga. He played for the Police 7's side and he caught the eye of Fiji sevens assistant coach, Etuate Waqa and was selected as the backup winger to
Nayacalevu in the Fiji 7's side.
Rev Ratu Jona Uluinaceva of Kadavu was native pastor of Matailobau circuit from 1881 to 1893. He was preceded by Rev Taito Rauluni (1876–1881) and Rev Rusiate Vunivalu (?-1875). Rev Jona Uluinaceva was succeeded by Reverends: Nasoni Tuisinu (1894–1903), Rev Pita Tuidela (1903–06) and Rev Filimone Waqaniveitaqavi (1906–?) respectively. Distinguished graduates of Nairukuruku preparatory school were Taukei ni Waluvu Doctor Ratu Temesia Robonowai (1866–1937) who was one of the first Fijian native medical practitioners in 1888, Doctor Ratu Jone Roraiova (1904–34) and Doctor Ratu
, along with his brother, Avenisi Vasuinubu both played for Melbourne Rugby in the Victoria Rugby Championships. The brothers decided to join the Uprising team in the Uprising 7's tournament held in Fiji in 2012. They played so well that both brothers were selected to join the Fiji 7's team for the 2011–12 IRB Sevens World Series.
was one of the stand-out performers that season scoring 25 tries that season equal with another rising star, Metuisela Talebula. He was selected in the Fiji 15's team for the 2012 IRB Pacific Nations Cup. He made his debut for Fiji against Japan on the right wing and scored a try as well. He scored a try against Scotland two weeks later. He was signed on by French side Stade Français after his performance in the PNC and he made his debut against Montpellier in August 2012. He has played 18 games since joining the side scoring 7 tries. In May 2013, he returned to Fiji to try to win his place back to represent the Fiji 7's team at the 2013 Rugby World Cup Sevens.
Dacrycarpus imbricatus - Daewoo Precision Industries K2 - Daily Post (Fiji) - Keni DAKUIDREKETI - Joe DAKUITOGA - Dakuwaqa - Dama River - Dance in Rotuma - Danube (ship) - Quazi Golam DASTGIR - Daucina - Jone DAUNIVUCU -
DAVETA - Samuela DAVETAWALU - Vilimaina DAVU - Davuilevu - Dawacumu River - Dawasamu River - Daylight saving time in Fiji - Noor DEAN - Deans Trophy - Degei - Apisalome DEGEI - Degeneriaceae - Jone DELAI - DELAILOA - Nelson DELAILOMALOMA - Iliesa DELANA - Vilimoni DELASAU - Demographics of Fiji - Denarau Island - Roshika DEO - Vishnu DEO - Andrew DEOKI - Ram Narayan DEOKI - Deorbit of Mir - Derek DERENALAGI - James Herman DE RICCI - Desmethoxyyangonin - Sir William DES VŒUX - Deuba River - DEUCE - Graham DEWES - Dhantal - Digicel Cup - Laisa DIGITAKI - Dihydrokavain - Dihydromethysticin - Ratu Josefa DIMURI - Larry Miles DINGER - Diospyros fasciculosa - Diplomatic missions in Fiji, list of - Diplomatic missions of Fiji, list of - Diplomatic relations of Fiji - Director of Public Prosecutions (Fiji) - Iowane DIVAVESI - Manoa DOBUI - Manilal DOCTOR - Dodonu ni Taukei - Keni DOIDOI - Vyacheslav DOLGOV - Dominion of Fiji - Isoa DOMOLAILAI - Sam DOMONI - William Earnest DONNELLY - Alifereti DOVIVERATA - Brian Andre DOYLE - Drakaniwai River - Dranivia - Misaele DRAUNIBAKA - Savenaca DRAUNIDALO - Tupou DRAUNIDALO - Dravuni - Drawa River - Dreketi F.C. - Dreketi River - Pita DRITI - Asaeli DRIU - Moses DRIVER - Ema DRUAVESI - Hannah DUDLEY - Dudley High School - Alfred DUFTY - Colin DUFTY - Francis Herbert DUFTY - Adi Litia Mara DUGDALE - Maciu DUNADAMU - Shanti DUT - Yogendra DUTT - Iliesa DUVULOCO - Lagi DYER - Adi Senimili DYER
"Nairukuruku" – translated means – "an entrance", probably due to its strategic location into the highlands by river and by land. Moreover, the entry and spread of Christianity into the eastern highlands of Viti Levu from this village is well documented. After the conversion of Cakobau to Christianity in April 1854 an approach was later made that year to the Taukei Waiburebure, Iranabobo, by way of traditional ties with the Tui Nalawa on behalf of Cakobau for the Colo chief to accept Christianity. This approach or "carasala" is recorded in Matailobau history. A second approach to "Lotu" was made in December 1859 by Rev Langham through The Taukei Waiburebure's traditional links to Viria, Lomaivuna to Roraiova, Iranabobo's son. On 14 September 1860, Roraiova launched his 'Valu ni Lulu' or Christian conversion campaign of the hill tribes with envoys being sent to Noemalu,Soloira, Nadrau and Nagonenicolo districts. Roraiova and his three sons, (Ratu Manasa Davetanivalu- his eldest son, Ratu
Radibi and Ratu Alipate Baledrokadroka) lost their lives in these Christian conversion skirmishes from 1860–1862. Roraiova's brother Rovucago then replaced him as head of the Siko clan but was also killed in these Christian skirmishes in early 1862. Rovucago was replaced by Roraiova's fourth son Ratu Meli Davetanivalu who on 14 September 1862 officially accepted the cloth to lotu on Rev Langham's third approach to the Siko Natabutale tribe.
Ratu Paula LACAWAI - Lagalaga River - Lahloo - Aseri LAING - Lakeba - Lakeba Airport - Lakeba River - B. D. LAKSHMAN - Chaitanya LAKSHMAN - Prince Gopal LAKSHMAN - Ratu Naiqama LALABALAVU - LALACIWA - Lali (drum) - Lapitiguana - Fero LASAGAVIBAU - Josefa LASAGAVIBAU - Lascars in Fiji - Laucala - Laucala Airport - LAUFITU of Tonga - Lau Islands - Lauan language - Sanivalati LAULAU - Lauwaki - Lava Cola - Lawaki River - Lawaqa Park - Leader of the Opposition - Kele LEAWERE - Sireli LEDUA - Legend FM - Legislative Council (Fiji) - Michael LEITCH - Lekutu River - Charles Oswald LELEAN - Lelean Memorial School - Leleuvia - Leonidas (ship) - Lepidoptera of Fiji, list of - Ponipate LESAVUA - Lethacotyle fijiensis - Graeme LEUNG - Josefa LEVULA - Levuka - Levuka Airfield - Levuka F.C. - Lewalevu - Wame LEWARAVU - Lewavesi Production - Neumi LEWENI - Isireli LEWENIQILA - LGBT history in Fiji - LGBT rights in Fiji - Norman LIGAIRI - Maria LIKU - Maca LIKUTABUA - Lio 'On Famör Rotuma Party - Lawrence LITTLE - Nicky LITTLE - Lobau River - Local government of Fiji - Eroni LOGANIMOCE - Isoa LOGAVATU - Lok News - Jacob LOKO - Lomaiviti - Lomaiviti language - Lomaloma - Long-legged warbler - Watisone LOTAWA - Gabrielle LOVOBALAVU - Lovoni - Lovoni River - Kenneth LOW - Alexander LOSYUKOV - Felix von LUCKNER - Sir Harry LUKE - Vika LUSIBAEA - Lutukina River - Lutunasobasoba - Mosese LUVEITASAU - Jiko LUVENI -
Nabagatai - Nabiti River - Nabua - Joeli NABUKA - Nabukelevu - Eto NABULI - Lepani NABULIWAQA - Nabuna River - Isa NACEWA - Nacula - Pita NACUVA - Nadamanu River - Nadarivatu Dam - Nadogo F.C. - Nadogo River - Nemani NADOLO - Nadroga F.C. - Nadroga-Navosa - Noa NADRUKU - Ratu Sairusi NAGAGAVOKA - Nagigia Island - Shivlal NAGINDAS - Timoci NAGUSA - Waisake NAHOLO - Tomasi NAIDOLE - Dorsami NAIDU - Richard NAIDU - Naigani - Apisai NAIKATINI - Apisai NAIKATINI - Kevin NAIQAMA - WES NAIQAMA - Damodran NAIR - Vijay Nair - Naiselesele River - Keleveti NAISORO - Naitaba - Nic NAITANUI - Naitasiri District - Naitasiri - Jovesa NAIVALU - Sefanaia NAIVALU - Solomone NAIVALU - Timoci NAIVALUWAQA - Taqele NAIYARAVORO - Jimilai NAKAIDAWA - Noa NAKAITACI - Leone NAKARAWA - Nakasi - Nakauvadra - Nakauvadra River - Nakorotubu District - Nakorotolutolu River - Pio NAKUBUWAI - Nakura River - Nala River - Nalawa F.C. - Napolioni NALAGA - Napolioni NALAGA - Nalagi River - Livai NALAGILAGI - Simone NALATU - Nalawa F.C. - Nalomate River - Namalata - Namatakula - Jope NAMAWA - Namena Lala - Namada River - Namata River - Naming conventions of Fiji - Namosi District - Namosi-Naitasiri-Serua language - Namosi - Namotu - Nananu-i-Cake - Nananu-i-Ra - Satendra NANDAN - Satya NANDAN - Nanenivuda River - Ratu Sela NANOVO - Neumi NANUKU - Nanuya Lailai - Nanuya Levu - NAOSARA - Serupepeli Naqase - Sireli NAQELEVUKI - Naqereqere River - Sekove NAQIOLEVU - Nasaqalau - Nasau Park - Elina NASAUDRODRO - Nasavu River - Nasekawa River - Valerio NASEMA - Rupeni NASIGA - Sisilia NASIGA - Nasilai River - Nasinu - Nasinu F.C. - Nasinu River - Nasivi River - Nasoata River - Nasoni River - Nasoqo River - Nadorelevu, Mount - Nasuva River - Natabua High School - Nate and Hayes - Natoavou River - Nationalist Vanua Tako Lavo Party - Native Land Register - Native Land Trust Board - Native Transport Detachment - Natovi Landing - Timoci NATUVA - Sioeli NAU - Naua River - Sailasa NAUCUKIDI - Josateki NAULU - Samueli NAULU - Viliame NAUPOTO - Nausori - Nausori Highlands - Nausori International Airport - Nautanivono - Navadra - Ratu Jone NAVAKAMOCEA - Maciu NAVAKASUASUA - Navala - Eparama NAVALE - Navilagolago River - Navilevu River - Naviti - Ratu Viliame NAVOKA - Navua District, Fiji - Navua F.C. - Navua River - Mesake NAVUGONA - Navuloa River - Navuturerega River - Niko NAWAIKULA - Nawailevu River - Ratu Josateki NAWALOWALO - Valerio NAWATU - Noa NAYACAKALOU - Rusiate NAYACAKALOU -
NAYACALEVU - Isoa NEIVUA - Maritino NEMANI - Neoveitchia storckii - Nepalese community in Fiji - New Labour Unity Party - New Nationalist Party - Newnham, S.S. - Newspapers in Fiji, list of - NFP–Labour Coalition - Tom NICHOLLS - John Fearns NICOLL - John NIMMO - Sangeeta NIRANJAN - David NIU - Ratu Epeli NIUDAMU - Paula NIUKULA - Niumataiwalu - Noa’tau - Alipate NOILEA - Nokia Eagles - Non-Resident Indian - Northern Air - Northern Division - Nourse Line - Nubu River - Nuku District, Fiji - Nukulau
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