Polynesian is the adjective form of "Polynesia". It may refer to:

  • Polynesians, ethnic groups
  • Polynesian culture
  • Polynesian mythology
  • Polynesian languages
  • Polynesian Leaders Group
  • Polynesian Triangle
  • Polynesian (horse)

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Monoi Oil - History
... origins can be traced back 2000 years to the Maori tribe, the indigenous Polynesian people of Aotearoa (New Zealand) ... Early European explorers who travelled to the Polynesian Islands, including James Cook documented the natives’ use of manoi for medicinal, cosmetic and religious purposes ... Monoï was also used in ancient Polynesian religious rites ...
Andative And Venitive - Polynesian
... Proto-Polynesian is reconstructed as having four directional particles used for verbs, venitive *mai, andative *atu, upwards (uphill, inland) *hake, and downwards (downhill, seawards) *hifo ... In the Tokelau language, the Polynesian venitive and andative particles mai and atu have evidential uses, and are used in aspectual constructions, mai for continuative aspect ("going on") and atu for ...
Bobby Holcomb - Biography
... He began composing songs in the Polynesian language, and combined traditional Polynesian melodies with reggae and popular rhythms ... Most of his songs were written in Polynesian, but he also used French and English for some lyrics ...
Arioi - Polynesian Society
... the comparable societies on other islands of negue Polynesian Triangle, it is necessary to understand Polynesian societal order in classical times, i.e ... all the way over on Easter Island, and even the remotest corner of the Polynesian Triangle ... There were in essence three castes on the Society Islands the nobility (Polynesian ari´i or ariki) at the head of the society ...