Taku reo kahika, he reo rere ihoTaku reo kahika, he reo kāmehameha
Rimarima (noun) fingers
I wera aku rimarima I runga I te pārua o te kōhua. I burnt my fingers on the edge of the pot.
Kīkītara (noun) rash-nappy rash
Kia pai te naungau I ngā rau o te koromiko ā pania ki te kīkītara hei whakaora ake. Chew koromiko leaves well and then smear it on the rash to clear it up.
Pū-aroha (noun) loving
He tino pū-aroha tō mātou whaea ki a mātou. Ka nui hoki tō mātou aroha ki a ia. Our mother is very loving to us. We love her very much.
Huatau (noun) well-mannered
He whanonga huatau tā te rangatira. Good manners are possessed by chiefs.
Taringa hākeke! (interjection) Mushroom ears! (no ears at all)
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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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