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  • ōhākī

    dying wishes

    Whare tūroro

    housed the dying person

    Kiri mate

    immediate family

    Whānau pani

    immediate family

    Kura tūohu

    immediate family

    Whare mate

    where the mourners and tūpāpaku are housed

    Kawa (protocol)

    what determines position of coffin

    What side is the corpse put on

    Tapu side of the whare tupuna or middle back

    Pouaru

    Widow

    Nehu

    burial

    Takahi whare

    Trample the house - a whakanoa process to remove tapu associated with the tūpāpaku

    Hahunga

    Traditional exhumation

    Hura Kōhatu

    Tombstone unveiling

    Kawe mate

    remembrance service

    When Whānau pani can speak

    The last night of the tangihanga

    Tarawhāiti

    narrow side

    Tarawhānui

    wide side

    Tekoteko

    Structure at the apex

    Kōruru

    face

    Raparapa

    fingers

    Amo

    Side poles

    Pou Tāhū

    ribs

    Pou tuarongo

    back pole

    Pou tukomanawa

    centre pole

    Maihi

    arms

    Manuhiri

    guest

    Tauututu

    Alternate speaches

    Paēke

    Not alternate

    Kaikaranga

    The one who leads the karanga

    Ranginui

    Sky father

    Papatūānuku

    earth mother

    Tūmatauenga

    god of humans

    Tānemhuta

    god of forest

    Tangaroa

    god of sea

    Rongomātāne

    god of peace and kumara

    Haumia tiketike

    god of uncultivated food

    Aruhe

    uncultivated food

    Rua moko

    god of earthquakes and volcanoes

    Tawhirimātea

    god of wind

    Rakiura

    Steward island.

    Mua

    Past, foward

    Muri

    Future, behind

    Te taha kikokiko

    Physical world

    Te taha wairua

    Spiritual world

    Taputapuatea

    Pacific marae

    Whakiro

    Carving

    Raranga

    Weaving

    Karakia

    Prayer

    Waiata tangi

    Song of lament (composed in remembrance, can be like kaioraora if person was murdered)

    Waiata aroha

    love song

    Waiata Whaiāipo

    Flirtatious love song

    Waiata tohutohu

    song that bears message from the atua (song of forbidding/telling of something that just happened in the iwi)

    Orirori

    Lullaby

    Waiata āringa

    action songs

    Haka poi

    poi dance

    Peruperu

    war haka (performed in battle field, high jump kick, with weapons, designed to intimidate)

    Tūtū ngārāhu

    evaluative war dance (performed in village, to women and elders, side to side jump, weapons)

    Whakatū waewae

    Preparatory war dance (arm movements, no jump)

    Haka taparahi

    Ceremonial dance (no weapons, set actions, social/political message)

    Ngeri

    Short haka (no set actions, ka mate)

    Kaioraora

    Abusive, belittling haka (Hatred, composed by women, no actions)

    Pātere

    response to slander

    Whētero

    Sticking tongue out

    Pukana

    dilating of pupils

    Manu ngangahu

    performing along side

    Haka pōwhiri

    welcoming dance (most prolific among ngati porou women, women are at the front because there is no danger)

    Rangatira

    chiefs (senior tuakana lines, highest level of tapu, mana)

    Tūtū/Ware

    commoners (weak/junior lines - tapu and mana)

    Pononga

    servants (noa)

    Taurekareka

    Slaves, prisoners of war (noa)

    Number of chiefs who signed the treaty

    544

    Number of chiefs who signed the treaty on the 6th Feb 1840

    43

    English signatures

    39

    Maori signatures

    505

    Te Hāhi Mihingare

    Anglican

    Te Hāhi Weteriana

    Methodist

    Te Hāhi Katorika

    Roman Catholic

    Puripuri whenua

    to hold on to land

    Te Kōhanga Reo

    Early childhood

    Whakamana

    Empowerment

    Whānau tangata

    family and community

    Kōtahitanga

    holisitic development

    Ngā Honoga

    relationships

    Kura Kaupapa

    Primary school

    Wananga

    University

    Tūhono

    Alignment

    Pūrotu

    Transparency

    Whakaritenga

    Balanced motives

    Paiheretia

    Integrated goals

    Pūawaitanga

    Best outcomes

    Dec ind - on the day

    34

    Total Dec Ind sig

    52

    Alliance

    Kotahitanga

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