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  1. Ko te pūTe moreTe weuTe akaTe reaKo te wao nuiTe kuneTe whēTe koreTe pōKi ngā tangata MāoriNā Rangi rāua ko PapaKo tēnei te tīmatanga o te aoKo tēnei te tīmatanga o te ao Join Ema Weepu from ORA TIKA Rongoa Māori Runanga lead a wānanga drawing .
  2. Te Ikaiti Tuarae Kamaukiterangi Tohiariki Taitaui Te Kouorehua Te Pakara Te Raukopi Petera Te Raputu Harata Ko au 2. I am a great great great grandson of Te Kouorehua of whom you will hear much about in this presentation. In his time, Te Kouorehua was the most influential chief of the Ngati Pukenga tribe.
  3. Aug 23,  · Ko Rob Ruha tetahi o nga tangata whanoke e whai nei i nga tapuwae o nga kaitito waiata rongonui o Ngati Porou me Te Tairawhiti. Ka korero a keyrireconude.birdpburulapincrabernibitabasci.infoinfo ki a Rob mo ona pukenga, ona wawata, me tana kopae puoro hou, PUMAU 1. He tangata pukenga koe ki te waiata, ki te tito waiata hoki. I a koe e tipu ake ana, na wai koe i whakatenatena ki te waiata, te whakangahau hoki?
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  5. I te haere atu ia ki te kāinga o tōna kuia e māuiui ana, engari ka rongo te wūruhi, ka tae wawe atu ki te kāinga o te kuia. Ka mahi tinihanga te wūruhi ki te kuia rāua ko Kōhine Pōtae Whero. Engari i te mutunga iho, nā te pāpā o Kōhine Pōtae Whero rāua ko te kuia i whakaora, ā, ka ora rātou katoa. Summary. This is .
  6. Vocabulary Maori vocabulary English translation ahau, au I / me huatahi only child kaihana cousin kaumātua elder(s) kōkā, māmā, whaea mother, mum koroua grandfather kuia grandmother māmā whakaangi stepmother mātāmua eldest child, first born matua, pāpā father, dad mātua parents matua kēkē uncle matua whāngai foster parent mokopuna grandchild, grandchildren pāpā whakaangi.
  7. 1. (noun) human bone, corpse. Tērā ngā wāhine hauaitu rawa i te hemokai e awhi kau ana i ā rātou tamariki kōiwi kau ki ō rātou poho; ko ētahi, ko ngā iwi me te kiri anake kāore he kiko (TWMNT 19/5/). / There were the women weak from hunger and hugging to their chests the corpses of their children; some were just skin and bone with no flesh.

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