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18 Cards in this Set

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Aroha
compassion, tenderness, sustaining love
Ihi
power, authority, essential force
Mana
authority, power; secondary meaning: reputation, influence
Manaakitanga
respect for hosts, or kindness to guests, to entertain, to look after
Mauri
hidden essential life force or a symbol of this
Noa
safe from tapu, non-sacred, not tabooed
Raupatu
confiscate, take by force
Rohe
boundary, a territory (either geographical or spiritual) of an iwi or hapū
Taihoa
to delay, to wait, to hold off to allow maturation of plans etc.
Tapu
sacred, not to be touched, to be avoided because sacred, taboo
Tiaki
to care for, look after, guard
Kaitiaki
guardian, trustee
Taonga
treasured possessions or cultural items, anything precious
Tino rangatiratanga
the highest possible independent chiefly authority, paramount authority, sometimes used for sovereignty
Tūrangawaewae
a place to stand, a place to belong to, a seat or location of identity
Wehi
to be held in awe
Whakapapa
genealogy, to recite genealogy, to establish kin connections
Whenua
land, homeland, country; (also afterbirth, placenta)