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Hui
a meeting of any kind, conference, gathering
Marae
the area for formal discourse in front of a meeting house, or applied to a whole marae complex, including meeting house, dining hall, forecourt etc.
Haere mai!
Welcome! Enter!
Nau mai!
Welcome!
Tangihanga
funeral ceremonies, when body is mourned on a marae.
Tangi
short for Tangihanga (gerund), or to cry, to mourn
Karanga
the ceremony of calling to the guests to welcome them to enter the marae
Manuhiri
guests, visitors
Tangata whenua
original people belonging to a place, local people, hosts
Whaikōrero
the art and practise of speech-making
Kaikōrero
speaker (there are many other terms)
kaiwhai kōrero
speaker (there are many other terms)
Haka
chant with dance for the purpose of challenge.
Waiata
song or chant which follows speech
Koha
gift, present (usually money, can be food or precious items, given by guest to hosts)
Whare nui/ wharenui
meeting house.
Whare whakairo
carved meeting house
Whare kai
dining hall
Whare paku
lavatory, toilet
Whare horoi
ablution block, bathroom