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  • ā hea

    when

    ā te ahiahi nei

    this evening

    ā te pō nei

    tonight

    ā tērā marama

    next month

    ā tērā Paraire

    Next Friday

    ā tērā tau

    next year

    ā tērā wiki

    next week

    ā tōnā wā

    at some time in the future

    ahau/au

    I/me

    āhea koutou haere ai

    When are you going

    ākuanei

    soon, shortly

    āpōpō

    tomorrow

    āporo

    apple

    ārani

    orange

    ātaahua

    beautiful

    e

    used to address short maori names or terms or address

    E hia

    how manu items

    E hia ngā tau o

    How old is?

    E hia ō tau

    How old are you?

    E hine

    used to address a girl or young women

    E hoa

    used to address a friend

    e hoa mā

    used to address more than one friend

    e kare

    used to address an intimate friend

    e koro

    used to address an older woman

    e kui

    used to address an older woman

    E noho rā

    Goodbye

    E oho!

    Wake up

    E rua

    Two items

    E tama

    used to address a boy or young man

    haeana

    iron

    Haere atu

    go away

    Haere ki te horoi

    Go and wash

    Haere mai

    Come here

    Haere rā

    Goodbye (said by person staying

    hamarara

    umbrella

    Hapū

    subtribe/pregnant

    hāte

    shirt

    hāwhe/haurua

    half

    He aha te tāima

    what is the time?

    He aha te tāima i....ai

    What time did something happen

    He aha te utu

    How much does something cost?

    heihei

    chicken

    heneti

    cent

    here

    tie up

    hī ika

    fishing

    hiainu

    thirsty

    hiakai

    hungy

    hiamoe

    tired

    hīkoi

    walk

    hingareti

    singlet

    hiripa

    slipper

    hoa

    friend

    hōhipera

    hospital

    hoihoi

    Its noisy! Be quiet!

    hoki

    return

    hoko

    buy/sell

    hoko taonga

    shopping

    horoi

    wash

    huaki

    open

    huaki

    open

    hui

    gathering

    huka

    sugar

    hunaonga

    daughter/son in law

    I hea?

    Where was?-past

    i te rua karaka

    at two o'clock

    i tēnei ahiahi/i te ahiahi nei

    this afternoon

    i tēnei ata/i te ata nei

    this morning

    i tēnei rā/i te rā nei

    this morning

    i tēnei wiki

    this week

    i tērā marama

    last month

    i tērā Paraire

    last friday

    i tērā wiki

    last week

    ināianei

    now

    inanahi

    yesterday

    inapō

    last night

    inatahirā

    day before yesterday

    inatahirā

    day before yesterday

    ingoa

    name

    ingoa takakau

    maiden name

    ingoa whanau

    family name

    kāinga

    home

    kākahu

    clothes

    kākahu kaukau

    togs

    kākahu mahi

    work clothes

    kākahu kura

    school uniform

    kākahu moe

    pyjarmas

    kāmeta

    scarf

    kamupūtu

    gumboots

    kanikani

    dance

    kāore i te pai

    not well

    kāpata

    cupboard

    kāpeti

    cabbage

    karaka

    clock

    katakata

    laugh

    kaukau

    swim

    kawhe

    coffee

    Kei hea tō kāinga ināianei?

    Where is your home now? Where do you live now?

    Kei hea?

    Where? Where is something located?

    Kei te aha koe

    What are you doing?

    Kei te haere koe ki hea

    where are you going to?

    Kei te pai

    good

    Kei te pēhea koe?

    how are you?

    Kei te pēhea?

    How i/how are...?

    kēti

    gate

    ki Rotorua

    to Rotorua

    ki tātahi

    to the beach

    Ki te aha?

    What for/to do what?

    ki te kite i taku whaea

    to visit my mother

    ku uta

    to the shore

    Kia kaha

    Be storng

    Kia manawanui

    Be steadfast

    Kia Ora

    Hello, thank you

    Kia tere

    Hurry up!

    Kia toa!

    Be determined!

    Kia tūpato!

    Be careful

    Kirīmi

    cream

    kite

    see/visit

    Ko wai?

    Who?

    Ko wai mā?

    Who? asking more than one person

    Ko wai tō hoa?

    Who is your friend

    koata/hauwhā

    quarter

    koia rā

    that is...

    kōrero

    speak/say

    koro

    old man

    koro/loroua

    grandfather/elderlyman

    kuki

    cookie

    kura

    school

    kura tuarua

    secondary school

    kura tuatahi

    primary school

    kura waengnui

    intermediate school

    Mā hea?

    Travelling by what mode of transport

    Mā raro

    Walking

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