Tonga (disambiguation)

[1][2]Tonga is a Pacific Island nation whose people are known as Tongans.

Tonga may also refer to:




In Polynesian mythology

  • the southwest wind, the last wind to be reined in by Māui
  • the name of the first woman in Tonga

Other uses

  • A version of Intel's Pentium II microprocessor designed for laptops
  • Operation Tonga, an airborne operation during the World War II Battle of Normandy
  • Tonga Cup, Tonga's premier knockout football tournament
  • Tanga (carriage) or Tonga, a horse-drawn carriage in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh
  • Tonga, codename of AMD Radeon GPUs - R9 285/380/380X (28 nm fab process)

See also

  1. ^ "Carer state and carer careers", Welfare States and Working Mothers, Cambridge University Press, pp. 161–177, 1992-10-22, ISBN 978-0-521-41720-4, retrieved 2020-12-22
  2. ^ "Cerno Sayfuddiini Boowe-Geme". Arabic Literature of Africa Online. Retrieved 2020-12-22.

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