is the tongan word for house - pronounced farlay. Fale in it's usage today is defined as a traditional Tongan and Samoan thatched roof house. Traditional structures are rectangular in shape and have thatched or corrugated tin roofs and sides made of woven coconut leaves, reeds, or timber.
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