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|Queen of Bora Bora|
|Reign||12 February 1873 – 21 September 1895|
|Successor||French Third Republic|
|Issue||Rehurehu Tuheiava (adoptive)
Itia Tuheiava (adoptive)
|House||House of Pōmare|
|Mother||Moe a Maʻi|
28 May 1871|
|Died||19 November 1932
The third daughter of Prince Tamatoa-a-tu (Tamatoa V), King of Raʻiātea and Tahaʻa and Princess Moe-a-Mai, Ariʻi-ʻOtare became the Queen of Bora Bora on the death of her aunt Princess Teari'i-maeva-rua I Pomare, Queen of Bora Bora. She married Prince Teri'i Hinoi-a-tua Pomare, chief of Hitia'a in Bora Bora on 9 January 1884 and was divorced in 1887. Ari'i-'Otare produced no children of her own, so adopted her two younger step daughters; Princess Rehu-rehu Tuheiava and Princess Itia Tuheiava.
Bora Bora was annexed by the French on 19 March 1888 without the consent of the native government, but royal power remain in effect until her abdication in 21 September 1895. She remained the head of the royal house of Bora Bora until her death.
|Queen of Bora Bora
French Third Republic
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