Matariki Maori Proverb

The tui chatters, the parrot gabbles, the wood pigeon coos. It takes all kinds of people.

Bilingual Poster Set | Maori Posters

Set of 8 beautifully photographed, inspirational posters of Aotearoa icons. English and Maori phrases on each poster

I am neither Māori nor Kiwi, so this presentation is an outsider’s summary of New Zealand’s awesome Māori culture, particularly its language. Comments are welc…

Waiho i te toipoto, kaua i te toiroa Let us keep close together not far apart

Including 25 proverbs that were included in fortune cookies distributed at Massey University in Maori Language Week in

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Image result for Matariki images black and white

Huia kaimanawa: A treasured person or object. My tama mātāmua (eldest son) - who…

Huia kaimanawa: A treasured person or object. My tama mātāmua (eldest son) - who gave me permission


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