How Did Tahiti Get Its Name?


Tahiti is the largest island in the southern Pacific Ocean. Before Tahiti was known as Otaheite and it is not clear how the name emerged. It remains the centre of political, economic and cultural activities in French Polynesia.
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The name Tahiti comes from a Polynesian word meaning little island. It was originally called O Taiti but changed to Tahiti when European explorers went to the island. Tahiti is an island that is located in South Pacific Ocean.
It is not clear how Tahiti got its name. Some sources claim it is a Polynesian word and has been there for as long as the people have lived on the island.
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