[ US /ˈfidʒiən/ ]
  1. of or relating to Fiji or its people or language or culture
    the Fijian population
    Fijian folktales
  1. a native or inhabitant of Fiji
  2. the Oceanic language spoken on Fiji
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How To Use Fijian In A Sentence

  • The Fijian way of life is glorified as the kind of life where people look after you if anything goes amiss.
  • People from different parts of India, now called Indo-Fijians, came to work as indentured laborers on sugar plantations.
  • Every evening, at dusk, a statuesque semi-naked Fijian played on a huge drum, hewn from the trunk of an enormous coconut palm, which was the announcement that dinner was served. Archive 2009-01-01
  • The two minesweepers became the first two ships of the Fijian Navy and were recommissioned as HMFS Kiro and HMFS Kula.
  • Fijian folktales
  • Native Americans and Fijians firewalked and a number of Christian saints were said to have firewalked for their faith.
  • On Sunday night, guerrillas mortared the Baghdad airport, killing a former Fijian soldier working for the British company Global Risk Strategies International.
  • In Fijian, the word sese means 'wrong or foolish'. Fiji Times Online - Local News
  • In the centre of it all stands a bemused young Fijian, a pair of lifebelts extending from outstretched arms, being a tree.
  • The pre-Christian religion of the Fijians was both animistic and polytheistic, and included a cult of chiefly ancestors.
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