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38 Cards in this Set

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Akaroa
Long harbour
Aotearoa
Long white cloud (Māori name for New Zealand)
Hokianga
Returning
Kaikōura
To eat crayfish
Kaitāia
(Kaitatāia) Food thrown about
Kapiti
Crevice, joining
Kawhia (Kaawhiawhi)
To perform a ceremony
Kōhanga Reo
Māori preschool
Kupe
The great Polynesian navigator who discovered Aotearoa
Kura Kaupapa
Māori secondary school
Mana
Strength, prestige, power
Manawatū
Heart stood still
Manukau
Wading bird
Māori
Indigenous person of Aotearoa
Motungārara
Insect or lizard island
Ōpōtiki
The place of Potiki
Otago
Correctly: Otakou - the place of red earth or ochre
Ōtaki
To stick in (the place where the staff was stuck in the ground)
Paihia
Good here (partial transliteration)
Pākehā
White person
Rangitoto
Blood sky
Rotorua
(The) second lake
Ruapuke
Two hills
Tāmaki
Battle
Tauranga
Sheltered anchorage
Te Herenga Waka
The hitching post of the canoes
Te Kaha
The rope (or boundary line)
Te Papa Tongarewa
The Treasure Box (Our Place, The National Museum)
Te Puni Kōkiri
The group moving forward (the Ministry of Māori Development)
Tokomaru
An ancestral canoe, or a staff shelter
Waiapu
Swallowing water
Waikanae
Water, mullet (the glistening of the mullet)
Waikato
Flowing water
Waimate
Weeping water
Waitangi
Weeping water
Wanganui
(properly: Whanganui) Big harbour
Whakarewarewa
To prepare for war
Whakatāne
To act like a man