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  1. Heoi anō.so so, well enough (in answer to question, "how are you?") (also other meanings. e.g. "so much for that") (2)

          

  2. tonustill, continuing

          

  3. monimoney

          

  4. tungānebrother or cousin of female

          

  5. to sleep

          

  6. hiakaifish

          

  7. hineto drink

          

  8. ngengeto shift, move

          

  9. tēinayounger sisters of female, younger brothers of male, cousins of the same gender of a junior line

          

  10. parāoa(1) whale, (2) bread, flour dough

          

  11. Kei mutunga kē mai o te pai.How are you? (you = 1)

          

  12. akoforever; from below, upwards

          

  13. tamarikichildren

          

  14. wherūchair

          

  15. ngā āwhāstorms (2)

          

  16. tiemito play seesaw

          

  17. akelearn

          

  18. ataahuafather, uncle, sir

          

  19. wheroweary, tired, exhausted, worn out, absolutely stuffed

          

  20. rekato shift, move

          

  21. tuakānaolder sisters of female, older brothers of male, cousins from more senior branch of family

          

  22. to haul, drag; your (singular); stem of plant (and other meanings too...)

          

  23. nekefast

          

  24. kua pau te hauexhausted (4 word phrase)

          

  25. tākaroto play

          

  26. orawell, alive

          

  27. Ko wai tō ingoa?My name is James (Hēmi)

          

  28. Ko Hēmi taku ingoa.What is your name? (you = 1)

          

  29. tōnekesupermarket trolley

          

  30. Kei te ngenge.I'm tired. (3 word phrase)

          

  31. rarangaend, finish

          

  32. tēputable

          

  33. Kei te wherū.weary, tired, exhausted, worn out, absolutely stuffed

          

  34. tuāhinesisters or cousins of male

          

  35. roto(1) the inside, in, within, interior (2) lake

          

  36. inuto drink

          

  37. RāhoroiSaturday

          

  38. takuaxe

          

  39. āporoapple

          

  40. whaeastrong

          

  41. kahatowards the speaker

          

  42. pupūdog

          

  43. pēheainundated

          

  44. ngaheretired (1)

          

  45. nuibig

          

  46. moeforever; from below, upwards

          

  47. koroualong

          

  48. tamastrong

          

  49. paugood

          

  50. kinobad

          

  51. rukusweet

          

  52. tuahinesisters or cousins of male

          

  53. mōhioball

          

  54. to haul, drag; your (singular); stem of plant (and other meanings too...)

          

  55. māuiuito be weary or sick

          

  56. tīmatangabeginning

          

  57. kohistrong

          

  58. tokiaxe

          

  59. hautowards the speaker

          

  60. terefast

          

  61. Kei te pēhea koe?How are you? (you = 1)

          

  62. harakekeflax

          

  63. ahau/aumother, aunt, female teacher

          

  64. tamāhinedaughter, girl

          

  65. upokolearn

          

  66. mokohead, chapter of a book, verse of a song

          

  67. tuakanaolder sister of female, older brother of male, cousin from more senior branch of family

          

  68. kei te pērā tonuHow are you? (you = 1)

          

  69. kuielderly woman, short form of kuia

          

  70. penepen

          

  71. pānuihow

          

  72. ingoalong

          

  73. karean intimate friend (1)

          

  74. wahinebay, estuary

          

  75. tūruchair

          

  76. keimarker for present time

          

  77. matuafather, uncle, sir

          

  78. hōihogirl, young woman (short for kotiro)

          

  79. reovoice

          

  80. rākautree

          

  81. maimarker for present time

          

  82. pokeainundated

          

  83. whangabay, estuary

          

  84. pōroball

          

  85. motukāmotorcar

          

  86. tīemiemiseesaw, to move up and down

          

  87. tono (a)to send, command, ask for, request, demand, apply for

          

  88. e marafriend (northern dialect) (2)

          

  89. ikafish

          

  90. mutungafather, uncle, sir

          

  91. takakauunmarried, single

          

  92. Kei te kaha tonu.still strong (in answer to question, "how are you?") (4.)

          

  93. pukapukabook

          

  94. pakekeforever; from below, upwards

          

  95. paigood

          

  96. hipisheep

          

  97. kurīdog

          

  98. mokopunagrandchild

          

  99. hunaongason-in-law, daughter-in-law

          

  100. roafish

          

  101. teinason, boy

          

  102. tangataname

          

  103. kaimahito gather, collect

          

  104. Kei te pokea e te mahi.I'm tired. (3 word phrase)

          

  105. ākongastudent