Definition of Tahiti in English:

Tahiti

proper noun

  • An island in the central South Pacific, one of the Society Islands, forming part of French Polynesia; population 178,173 (2007); capital, Papeete. One of the largest islands in the South Pacific, it was claimed for France in 1768 and declared a French colony in 1880.

Pronunciation:

Tahiti

/təˈhiːti/