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Pīkako (noun) ear wax
E kī katoa ana tō taringa I te pīkako. Your ear is all full of wax.
Wātena (noun) warden;māori
He maha ngā wā e taea ana e ngā wātena ki te awhina atu I ngā tatou taitamariki. Māori Wardens are often in a position of power and able to help our youths.
Kaiwhakaaweawe (noun) match maker
Ko ngā tāngata e kimihia ana he hoa-paruhi me to atu ki tētahi kaiwhakaaweawe. People who are looking for their perfect partner may wish to visit a match maker.
Piha (noun) butcher
Ko te maripi a te piha he maripi tino koi rawa atu. A butcher’s knife is a very sharp knife indeed.
Haere ki rahaki! (interjection) Get out of the way!
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Maniapoto Māori Trust Board is privileged to have supported Te Nehenehenui Tribal Festival 2019 and look forward to seeing more kaupapa such as this in the near future.
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