|Title||Queen of Huahine|
|Spouse(s)||Rohianu'u and Mato|
Tehaʻapapa I (Tehaʻapapa Fatu'araʻi Teri'i-tariʻa Te-i'oa-tua-vahine) was a Queen regnant of the island of Huahine. She was the ruler of that island during the time Captain Cook visited the island and an ancestor of queen Tehaapapa II.
She was born in 1735 and became queen in 1760. Her husbands were Chiefs Rohianu'u and Mato Teri'i-te Po Areʻi of Raiatea.