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Mirimiri

Rub, massage

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Rata

Doctor

2

Kōkiri

Proceed

3

Hāwini

Waiter

4

Whakahaere / whakarite

Organise

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Auaha

Creative

6

Mātaotao

Cold (food)

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Uaua

Hard, difficult

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Whakaū

Consolidate, correct, confirm, establish

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Rerehua

Ātaahua, beautiful, appealing

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Kumekume mai

Haere mai, to pull, draw into

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Mātāwaka

Tribe, race, clan, numerous others

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Maioha

Expression of love, token of regard, mihi, welcome, greeting, appreciate

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Aporei

Significant, important, critical

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Hiwa

Be watchful, alert, focus on

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Pīpi / punua

Chick, young of birds

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Hirikapo

Intellect, mind

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Whanatu

Haere atu, go away, leave

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Areare

Be open, receptive, in tune

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Urupū

Pūmau, committed, fixed

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Korokī

Male voice

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Korohī

Female voice

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Whai

Pursue

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Arataki / Taki / Ārahi

To lead

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Poutama

Stairs, stairway

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Rōpine

Gathered, hui

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Tīkapo

To grasp

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Puna

Source

28

Ruia

Scatter, discard, strip away, to shake

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Rourou

Small flax plaited basket, food basket

30

Tonotono

Demanding, bossy, to demand (frequently)

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Tiki / tikina

To fetch, to be fetched

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Kotiti

To stray, deviate, go off course

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Wai reka

Fizzy drink

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Toroi

Fermented food

35

Hopu

To catch, capture, seize

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Pakirehua

Question, enquiry

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Whakakā

Switch on, start up (electrical), inflame

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Whakaweto / whakapoko / whakakore

Turn off, put out, switch off

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Whakarārangi

To list

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Whakareka

Seasonings, sweetener, tasty

41

Kīnaki

Sauces, condiments, ingredients, embellishments

42

Taputapu

Gear, equipment, tool, hardware

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Tongi kura

Proverb, words of wisdom

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Kohete / Kowhete

To scold, tell off, quarrel

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Uiui

To question, interrogate

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Pakihere / hari / kawe / tari

To carry, take, bring

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Tuhingaroa

Essay, reading, document, writing

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Tuwhera

Open

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Pukukino

Grumpy

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Rūkahu / rūpahu / teka / Tito

To tell lies

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Kuhu / uru / tomo / haere

Enter (inside)

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Ngiongio

To laugh

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Katakata / kata

Laugh, giggle

54

Taumaha

Hard, difficult, challenging

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Rauemi

Resources

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Mitimiti

To diminish, reduce, be dried up

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Penapena

To save up, take care of, cherish

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Manaakitanga

Hospitality, kindness, generosity, respect

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Otirā / waihoki

Furthermore

60

Kōmaru

Sun, or cloudy

61

Kīhai

Negative (past tense)

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Tāpiri

To add

63

Āpiti

To add

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Tīni

To change

65

Whakapau

Consume, use up, finish up, exhaust

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Meke

Punch, strike, with a fist

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Inoi

To beg, pray

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Tāepa

Fence

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Peita

Paint

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Whakarauika

To assemble, gather together

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Kawepūrongo

News

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Kaihanga / hōia

Builder

73

Pakanga

Battle, fight, be at war with

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Kāpaukura

Wananga, class, tribal knowledge, education

75

Tāhū

Main theme, main subject of the sentence

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Waiho

Te let be, leave alone, abandon

77

Hei tauira

Example, for example, model

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Ā kō ake nei

Shortly, sometime in the future

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Ā kō kō ake nei

Very shortly, very soon

80

Kohi / kohikohi

To collect, gather

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Whakawhanuitia

Extend

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Whakarite

Get ready, prepare

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Hunga

Group, people, party

84

Hora

To set (the table)

85

Rangatahi

Youth, younger generation

86

Rīpoata

Report, to report

87

Pūrongo

Reporter

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Puera

Kakahu

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Papai

Be good (plural form), excellent, awesome, high quality

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Rama

Light, lamp, torch, lighting

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Whakatara

To joke, to challenge, to tease, banter

92

Tīwhiri

Clue, hint, pointer, tip

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Ringawera

Kitchen worker, cook

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Mīti kōnatunatu

Mince

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īPapa

iPad

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Tito

To compose (song), invent stories

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Motu

To cut, separate

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Hēpara

Shepherd, to shepherd/feed

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Patu

To strike, hit, beat, kill, assault

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Kare

Dear, term of address for friend
Eg. Mate, gee, bro

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Matemoe

Sleepy, be sleepy

102

Whakatutuki

Complete, finish, execute

103

Ope

Army, troop, party, group of people moving together

104

Wānanga

To meet, discuss, seminar, conference

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Tūruhi

Tourist

106

Peke

To jump, leap, over

107

Ango

Gap, be open

108

Kōhimuhimu

To whisper, gossip, rumour

109

Kararehe

Animal

110

Pirihimana

Police

111

Whakatakoto

To set down, lay down, place, submit

112

Tapahi

To cut, chop, hack

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Wheke

Octopus, squid
E.g. "Kaua e mate wheke, me mate ururoa."

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Ururoa

White shark
E.g. "Kaua e mate wheke, me mate ururoa."

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Whā

Rau (leaf)

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Tāmure

Snapper

117

Whawhai

To fight, quarrel

118

Hapa

Mistake

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Akiaki

To urge, encourage

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Rere

To fly, flow, flee, to sail

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Ture

Law, rule, to make laws

122

Patipati

Grease up, scrounge, flatter

123

Nohopuku

Sit quietly, be silent

124

Whakapōrearea

Whakahōhā, hoututu, be annoying, distract, bother, irritate

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To raise, draw up, fish
E.g. I haere ia ki te moana hī ika ai

126

Tautohe

Argue, debate, heated discussion, argument

127

Karukaru

Holey, wripped, messy, old, rugged, shabby, scruffy

128

Paruparu

Dirty, filthy

129

Whakawhitiwhiti

To cross over, alternate, switch

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Kauhoe

Kaukau (to swim)

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Kimi / kimikimi

To guess, to look for, seek, search, hunt for
E.g. Kimihia te wā i roto i te rerenga

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Kapua whakapipi / whakakapua pipi

Cumulous clouds, broken/popcorn clouds joining together

133

Tari

Office

134

Pare kawakawa

Mourning wreath/headdress/garland of greenery worn by women at a tangihanga

135

Penehīni

Petrol, gasoline

136

Peka

To call into, visit, stop off
Also branch of a tree or river

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Whakaminenga

Crowd, audience, group, gathering, congregation, assembly

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Whakaniko

To adorn, embellish, enhance,

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Niao

Upper side walls (gunwale) of a canoe/waka

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Whetūao

Planet

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Uruao

Waka o Tane mahuta

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Waia

To be accustomed to, familiar with, used to, practised
E.g. Ka waia haere ō tāringa

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Houtū / whakahaere

To drive

144

Poapoa

To entice

145

Tītahataha

To sway from side to side
E.g. Ka tītahataha pea te waka

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Pāpaku

Be shallow, low, shallowness

147

Tae ā-tinana

To arrive in person, attend

148

Tae ā-wairua

Be there in spirit

149

Whakaea
-ngia, tia

To pay, repay

150

Nama
-a, hia, ia, ngia, tia

To owe, borrow, lend, bill, invoice

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Pire

Pill, bill, account

152

Nanakia

Be crafty, villain, demon, pest

153

Pau monemone

Pau katoa, completely consume, wiped out, obliterated, swept clean away

154

Rerekē

Be different, unusual, abnormal, changed

155

Tango
-hia

To remove, take away, subtract, to take up, take off

156

Pupuri
-hia, tia

To hold, retain

157

Tahitahi
-a

To sweep, scrape

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Hāte

Shirt