Tahiti

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See also: Tahití

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Tahiti

  1. the largest island in French Polynesia
    Synonyms: George's Island, King George the Third's Island
  2. (historical) A former kingdom in Polynesia, Pacific Ocean
    Synonym: Kingdom of Tahiti

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Tahiti m

  1. Tahiti (the largest island in French Polynesia)

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Tahiti

  1. Tahiti (the largest island in French Polynesia)

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Tahiti

  1. Tahiti (the largest island in French Polynesia)

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Tahitian[edit]

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Tahiti

  1. The largest island in French Polynesia