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  1. E noho ra!Goodbye (when talking on the telephone)

          

  2. Octopus - WairuatangaThe eyes of the symbolic family unit will reflect total well-being

          

  3. Octopus - Taha tinanaThe body and head represent the individual whanau unit

          

  4. WaiataSong

          

  5. Te taha whanauSpiritual aspects
    Front wall

          

  6. Tapu me Te noaMale and female

          

  7. ManaAncestors/gods

          

  8. Tena koeThe Great Nothing

          

  9. Te ira tangataCustomary practices

          

  10. Te uhaGreeting
    Maori will reiterate their connections with the land through tribal aphorisms

          

  11. AtuaRevenge

          

  12. MihimihiShake hands

          

  13. TamanuiteraSun

          

  14. TumatauengaGod of man and war
    Warfare and people
    The warrior son

          

  15. Taha kikokikoSpeech-making, oratory
    Formal

          

  16. OraDonation or gift
    To give
    Expression of appreciation and respect for the hospitality of the hosts

          

  17. Hei kona ra!Goodbye (when talking on the telephone)

          

  18. Te Tai AoAll things are connected

          

  19. Tuku whenuaGifting of land

          

  20. Hei konei ra!Goodbye (said by either)

          

  21. Wai MaoriLines of descent

          

  22. WharenuiMeeting house

          

  23. Tauutuutu/Tu mai, tu atuSpiritual aspects
    Front wall

          

  24. Kia ora koutouInformal greeting, hellow, good health, thank-you, used to agree

          

  25. Octopus - WaioraAn appreciation of the Mauri of individuals, whanau, and every whanau within a community

          

  26. TauparaparaChant

          

  27. Taha wairuaFormal greetings to 2

          

  28. HariruMeal/feast

          

  29. Te PoThe Great Darkness

          

  30. Te taha hinengaroPsychological health (emotional/mental)
    Back wall of the house

          

  31. TuhonohonotangaJoining together - unity
    Hongi - most respectful way to greet each other

          

  32. MauriLife principle/life force/life essence

          

  33. Hine-ahu-one/Hine-hau-onePsychological health (emotional/mental)
    Back wall of the house

          

  34. Po marieNatural Water

          

  35. Te po i whiri ai nga tama a RangiModel proposed by Durie 1994
    Taha Wairua
    Taha hinengaro
    Taha tinana
    Taha whanau
    Te taiao

          

  36. Te Ao me Te PoDay and night

          

  37. UtuSick, ailing, death

          

  38. TangaroaGod of the ocean

          

  39. Nga ra kei muriThe future - the days after
    Muri (back, future)

          

  40. TataiLines of descent

          

  41. Octopus - WhanaungatangaAn understanding of emotional development in all areas

          

  42. TuakiriThe Great Nothing

          

  43. Hoko whenuaThe right to land/resources

          

  44. Octopus - Te whanauSpecific physical, material, emotional and social needs related to physical survival

          

  45. Te tapu o te tinanaThe sacredness associated with the body

          

  46. TiakiIdentity

          

  47. HakariMeal/feast

          

  48. Kia pai to ra!Have a good day

          

  49. PapatuanukuAttitudes to land

          

  50. MaramaFocal point of Maori community

          

  51. TikangaBattle

          

  52. RongomataneGod of agriculture and peace
    Cultivated foods

          

  53. UrupaHealthy, alive, well

          

  54. Te Whare Tapa WhaThe World of Light

          

  55. Te taiaoEnvironment

          

  56. WaharoaMeal/feast

          

  57. LanguageThe life force of the Maori culture

          

  58. HaumietiketikePhysical aspects
    Left wall (if looking from front)

          

  59. HuiGatherings

          

  60. RuaumokoGod of earthquakes

          

  61. TanemahutaGod of the forest
    The son who achieved the separation of the primeval parents

          

  62. TawhirimateaFundamental to wellness

          

  63. AruheFern root

          

  64. HauoraInformal greeting, hellow, good health, thank-you, used to agree

          

  65. PowhiriLife principle/life force/life essence

          

  66. KohaDonation or gift
    To give
    Expression of appreciation and respect for the hospitality of the hosts

          

  67. Te WeroEstablishes the nature of the relationship
    Wero = challenge

          

  68. Paeke and TauutuutuThe 2 styles that the whaikorero procedure will follow

          

  69. WharekaiMeeting house

          

  70. NoaProfane/Common
    Be free from restrictions

          

  71. WharepakuGenealogy

          

  72. Te ira atuaThe divine element

          

  73. HinetitamaThe Dawn Maiden
    The daughter to Tane + Hine-ahu-one
    Name changed to Hinenuitepo - great ancestress of the night

          

  74. MaraeFocal point of Maori community

          

  75. WhakapapaGenealogy

          

  76. Kia ora koruaGreetings to 2 people

          

  77. Heuristic metaphorMakes us think about things a bit more than usual

          

  78. Tihe Mauri OraThe sneeze of the first female

          

  79. Te ao MaoriThe Maori world

          

  80. Tena koruaFormal greetings to 2

          

  81. MateHonour, respect, integrity, control, power, esteem
    Authority, control, influence, power

          

  82. KarangaMoon

          

  83. No hea koe?Where are you from?
    Place of origin - where your ancestors are from (marae)

          

  84. WeroHealthy, alive, well

          

  85. PakehaNon-Maori of European origin

          

  86. Kanohi ki te hanohiSee you again

          

  87. Haere ra!Focal point of Maori community

          

  88. Octopus - Mana akeAwareness of heredity from forbearers

          

  89. Octopus - MauriAn appreciation of the Mauri of individuals, whanau, and every whanau within a community

          

  90. HaGatherings

          

  91. Taniwha - kaitiakiThe future - the days after
    Muri (back, future)

          

  92. Manuhiri to tangata whenuaPeople of the land/hosts
    Locals

          

  93. Te Ao MaramaThe World of Light

          

  94. TapuAncestors/gods

          

  95. Octopus - WhatumanawaAn understanding of emotional development in all areas

          

  96. WhaikoreroSpeech-making, oratory
    Formal

          

  97. Mana whenuaThe right to land/resources

          

  98. PedagogicalClarify an idea through teaching and learning

          

  99. Ka kite ano!The divine element

          

  100. Octopus - HinengaroAwareness of heredity from forbearers

          

  101. Tena koutouFormal greetings to 3 or more

          

  102. Octopus - Ha a Koro ma a kui maLinks with the heritage passed down by our forbearers

          

  103. PaekeHonour, respect, integrity, control, power, esteem
    Authority, control, influence, power

          

  104. Nga ra o muaThe future - the days after
    Muri (back, future)

          

  105. Tangata whenuaThe right to land/resources

          

  106. PakangaBattle

          

  107. No _____ ahauI am from ___

          

  108. Whanau --> Hapu --> Iwi --> WakaThe sacredness associated with the body

          

  109. KarakiaSong

          

  110. PepehaGreeting
    Maori will reiterate their connections with the land through tribal aphorisms

          

  111. Te whenuaThe female element

          

  112. Ranginui and PapatuanukuMythological being - caretaker

          

  113. Na whetuStars

          

  114. Tane me Te WahineSacred and the profane

          

  115. Kia oraInformal greeting, hellow, good health, thank-you, used to agree

          

  116. Tangata whenua to ManuhiriThe Maori world

          

  117. TurangawaewaePlace of standing/place of origin/where one's ancestral roots are

          

  118. Nga wahanga o te tinanaThe past - the days before
    Mua (front, past)

          

  119. Te tiriti o WaitangiThe treaty of Waitangi

          

  120. MatarikiIdentity

          

  121. ManaakiTo care for, to look after, hospitality, increases our mana and the mana of people we interact with

          

  122. Te KoreThe Great Darkness

          

  123. Morena/Ata marieGood evening

          

  124. Constitutive metaphorThe Dawn Maiden
    The daughter to Tane + Hine-ahu-one
    Name changed to Hinenuitepo - great ancestress of the night

          

  125. KumaraSweet potato

          

  126. The headThe female element

          

  127. KaitiakitangaInvokes the spirits and brings the living and dead together
    The ceremonial call of welcome performed by women