The island. Nowadays it is often used to mean New Zealand as a whole.
Whina Cooper went by Whaea O Te Motu (Mother of the Nation in Maori).
rose is rōhi in Maori .
Ika is Maori for fish.
Motu Matu'u was born on 1987-04-30.
Moetara Motu Tongaporutu died in 1838.
Motu Tony was born on 1981-05-29.
Morena means 'morning' in Maori.
Anahera means angel in maori.
Kuri is the Maori word for dog.
it means "mean feed bro" coz its like a maori thhnaag.
o = of te reo maori = (the) maori language
nui in maori means big
The Maori word for grandchildren is mokopuna.
Assuming you mean "Love the Maori language", the phrase is "Arohatia te reo" which means love the [Maori] language.
De motu corporum in gyrum was created in 1684.
It means 'ordinary' or 'natural' . I te reo Maori - ko te tikanga o te kupu, ko te Maori.
Assuming you mean 'What is the Maori word for Snapper' then the answer is... Tamure'
In Maori, "wai" can mean water, juice, or liquid.
Pakeha means a European person, non Maori.
Kahukura is the Maori word for rainbow. Maori is a Polynesian language spoken by indigenous Maori of New Zealand.
"How are you" in the Motu language of Papua New Guinea is "Oi namo?"
Absolutely nothing!, there is no "C" in the Maori Alphabet.
Mother in Maori is Mama (pronounced MaaMaa) or Whaea.
It means father. Another word for father in Maori is Papa.
Kaihana is a noun. It is a Maori word. In English is means cousin.
this word does not have any significance to maori what so ever as the letters z and y are not depicted in the maori alphabet nor are they depicted in the oral or auditory maori alphabet.
It means Maori language week.
'Ihu' is a Maori word :) But if your looking for the English translation... Ihu - Nose :)
Sad is an English term. The Maori word meaning sad is pōuri.
Literally translates to motu alofa (the island loves), and if it is alofa motu (love the island).
It can mean orange and also clock.
hoera in maori translates to Joel in English apparently. in dutch it means hurray!
its a maori song. well its more like a welcome song when introducing someone
Whanau - Maori Aiga - Samoan Both mean "family"
'Wiki' is the Maori transliteration of the English word 'Week'. 'Wiki' is a shortened version of the Maori transliteration of the English name 'Victoria' (Wikitoria).
Te arapu Maori is simply the name given to the Maori alphabet (A ha ka ma na...) Hope this helped :)
The cast of Motu Patlu - 2012 includes: Ben Bledsoe as Motu Darren Capozzi as Ghaseetaram Darren Capozzi as Patlu Alexandra Ryan as Chicken Alexandra Ryan as Various
maori for "food from the sea"
It means "orange" in Maori.
A motu proprio (Latin "on his own impulse") is a document issued by the Pope (or by a monarch) on his own initiative and personally signed by him
the word "putea" can mean "money".
There are three Maori words that mean cherry. All of which are correct. They are tiere, tere and heri.
Yes Koro is what maoris call their grandad or father. Source: Me!! Im a maori...
"Afio mai i Motu o le Pasefika" or "Afio maia i Motu o le Pasefika".
Facial tattos in maori culture are used to denote rank within a tribe and what tribe you are from.
Someone that does not have Maori bloodlines, that is foreign or fair-skinned. Anyone or anything that is non-Maori is 'Pakeha'
I'm not to sure what you mean but the Maori people are the natives of New Zealand. Hope this helps anyway! ;)
Purakau is a Maori teaching story, for example a Maori creation myth would be a parakau.
To come here in Maori