papa, or matua.
It means father. Another word for father in Maori is Papa.
Kāinga, papa kāinga.
"Te Papa" means "the earth" 'te' means 'the' and 'papa' means 'earth'/'ground'
Papa has a lot of meanings thus being 'father', 'ground' or a shortened form of Papatuanuku (Earth Mother).
Te Papa is the name of a museum in New Zealand. Te Papa translates directly to container of treasures which is rooted in Maori poetry.
Papatuanuku (aka papa) is mother earth.
They were the children of Rangi and Papa. They were all male and there were 70 of them in total.
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Matua or Papa. C/O Ngata Dictionary
Papa retingaru is a Maori word that means a surfboard in the English translation. It is an elongated platform that is used as a gear in the sport of surfing.
You would say: Ko (pronounced core) ...insert dad's name... toko (pronounced tourku-try not to pronounce r) papa so Ko (name) toko papa
The transcript in Mad Papa is that Papa was spoofed from Papa Smurf.
Grandpa is Abuelo and papa is Papa
"Papa" means anything broad, flat and hard such as a flat rock. "Whakapapa" means to place in layers. It is for this reason that the word "Whakapapa" is used to describe the recitation in proper order of genealogies.
Known to Girl Scouts as Lummi Sticks (or incorrectly as Lemmi Sticks), E Papa, the New Zealand Maori Stick Game, has been included in various editions of Games for Girl Scouts. Lummi Sticks have been used by Girl Scouts when presenting events (wide games), especially those featuring various countries.
No, that is not the real Papa John.
pa or papa
The plural of papa is papas.