tonga -tog-to'a- gismu

x1 is a tone/note of frequency/pitch x2 from source x3.

See also rilti, zgike, janbe, siclu.


On gloss:

gugdetu'o in sense "country"
x1 is the country with the code ISO-3166 “TO” (Tonga) for people x2.

In definition:

bantunuzu
x1 is the language with ISO 639-3 code “tnz” (Tonga (Thailand)).
bantu'ogu
x1 is the language with ISO 639-3 code “tog” (Tonga (Nyasa)).
bantu'o'i
x1 is the language with ISO 639-3 code “toi” (Tonga (Zambia)).
bantu'onu
x1 is the language with ISO 639-3 code “ton” (Tonga (Tonga Islands)).
ru'urtu'opu
x1 is measured in currency with code ISO-4217 “TOP” (Tonga, Pa''anga) as x2 (number).

In notes:

janbe
x1 is a bell/chime/[tuning fork] [tuned percussion instrument] producing sound/note x2.
rilti
x1 (sequence/non-text quote) is a rhythm/beat of music/expressive form x2.
siclu
x1 [sound source] whistles/makes whistling sound/note/tone/melody x2.
zgike
x1 is music performed/produced by x2 (event).
brato'a
t1 is a tone high in pitch/frequency from source t3.
cmato'a
t1 is a tone low in pitch/frequency from source t3.
juftogmo'a
t1=m1 is the intonation of sentence j1=m2 with characteristics t2=m3.
kadyto'a
x1 is a dim/muted tone of pitch x2 from source x3.
valtogmo'a
t1=m1 is the tone of word v1=m2 with characteristics t2=m3.