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Whakapapa

Genealogy/Identity

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Tapu

Sacred/Restrictions

3

Noa

Mundane/Balance

4

Mana

Prestige/Honour

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Mauri

Life force

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Wairua

Soul/ Spirituality

7

Hau

Wind (metaphor for breath of life)

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Hau-Ora

Health

9

Oritetanga

Equity

10

Karakia

Prayer

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Kaupapa

Principle or policy

12

Kaihau-waiū

Birthright

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Tūrangawaewae

A single place where one belongs
Identity of hapu and ultimately identity of person

14

Pūmanawa

Natural talents passed on from parents
eg bad temper, talent for music, woodcarving etc

Metapho of flaxbush (te pā harakeke) can be used to represent this

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Principle of Kaupapa Maori - Translate
Tino Rangitiratanga

Self determination

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Principle of Kaupapa Maori - Translate
Taonga

Cultural aspiration

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Principle of Kaupapa Maori - Translate
Ako

Culturally preferred pedagogy (method)

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Principle of Kaupapa Maori - Translate
Kia piki ake I nga raruraru o te kainga

Socioeconomic mediation

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Principle of Kaupapa Maori - Translate
Whanau

Extended family

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Principle of Kaupapa Maori - Translate
Kaupapa

Collective philosophy

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Principle of Kaupapa Maori - Translate
Te o tiriti o Waitangi

Treaty of Waitangi

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Principle of Kaupapa Maori - Translate
Ata

Growing respectful relationships

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Tangata whenua

Māori term of the indigenous peoples of New Zealand and literally means "people of the land", from tangata, 'people' and whenua 'land'.