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List of English words of Māori origin - Wikipedia


The following Māori words exist as loanwords in English. Many of them concern endemic New ... Araucariaceae · kea: a parrot, the world's only alpine parrot; kererū: the native w...

Kereru | Define Kereru at Dictionary.com


Kereru definition at Dictionary.com, a free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation. Look it up now!

Kerflooey | Define Kerflooey at Dictionary.com


Kerflooey definition, Informal. to cease functioning, especially suddenly and completely; fall apart; fail: As soon as the storm hit, every light in town went kerflooey ...

maori - Māori Dictionary


Search the Maori dictionary with the online version of Te Aka Maori-English, ... me te kererū huahua, he mea kōtutu katoa i roto anō i ōna hinu (TTR 1998:206).

kuaka - Māori Dictionary


Ko te manu reka pea te kuaka o tēnei mea o te manu; ki te hunga kai kuaka, ki te takoto mai he kuaka, he kūkupa (kererū) kāore e mahara ki te kūkupa; mā te ...

Maori language Te Reo - glossary of New Zealand Maori words


The standard reference Maori dictionary, A Dictionary of the Maori Language by H.W. Williams, had its ... kereru Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae - wood pigeon

Williams, James Nelson – Biography – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New ...


He moved there after marrying and sold Kereru in 1875. Two-thirds of ... 'Williams , James Nelson', from the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography. Te Ara - the ...

Kereru Station: Two Sisters' Legacy - 96902 - Whitcoulls


Jan 6, 2015 ... Kereru Station: Two Sisters' Legacy - When two well-heeled sisters purchased the sprawling Kereru Station, old school farmers must have ...

kaka - definition of kaka in English from the Oxford dictionary


Oxford Dictionaries · Arabic · Dictionary ... Her announcement ended: 'In these forests the future now belongs to the kereru, the kiwi and the kaka.' Get more ...

whoosh - definition of whoosh in English | Oxford Dictionaries


move quickly or suddenly with a rushing sound: Meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, and more from Oxford Dictionaries.

New Zealand pigeon - Wikipedia
The New Zealand pigeon or kererū (Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae) is a bird endemic to New Zealand. Māori call it kererū in most of the country but kūkupa and ... More »
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Kerchoo | Define Kerchoo at Dictionary.com


(used to represent the sound of a person sneezing.) Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2016. Cite This  ...

mana whakahaere - Māori Dictionary


I runga i ngā whakatītina a ētahi tino rangatira Māori tonu nei, arā, a Timi Kara rāua ko Kererū, kua āta titiro ngā mana whakahaere i ngā mahi a Rua (TTR ...

kōkō - Māori Dictionary


Search the Maori dictionary with the online version of Te Aka Maori-English, English-Maori ... He nui te manu hai kai - te kākā, te kōkō, te kererū (HP 1991:28).