Napier Humarire Maori Dictionary

A dictionary of the New Zealand language to which is

The Project Gutenberg eBook of Hinemoa by Rev. H. J. Fletcher

humarire maori dictionary

www.loyalbooks.com. the Maori language. A text book with a vocabulary and explanatory notes ought to meet the wishes of those desiring to go a little further. ki Owhata, ki te kainga i noho ai te puhi-humarire nei, a Hinemoa, te tuahine o Wahiao. Ka rongo a Hinemoa, ki te rekareka mai o te tangi o nga pu a Tutanekai raua ko tona, a dictionary of the new zealand language; to which is added a selection of colloqui^ sentences. by the right reverend william williams, d.c.l. bisiiop of wa1apu, new zealand..

The Project Gutenberg eBook of Hinemoa by Rev. H. J. Fletcher

TE AO HOU The New World No. 11 [electronic resource]. TAIREA (myth.), one of the canoes of the Migration of the Maori people from Hawaiki to New Zealand; also called the Rangiuamutu. [See under Arawa ]. TAIREPOREPO , a tide that appears high at low water, the wind backing up the water., The preparation of a new edition of the Maori dictionary-costing ВЈ6,000 on printing alone and a considerable sum on editorial work, is one sign of the continued life of the Maori language. The dictionary is being asked for urgently by many people. It will be used in homes, schools and universities; by children and adults; by Maori and pakeha..

TAIREA (myth.), one of the canoes of the Migration of the Maori people from Hawaiki to New Zealand; also called the Rangiuamutu. [See under Arawa ]. TAIREPOREPO , a tide that appears high at low water, the wind backing up the water. Na, ka kawea atu te tangi e te hauwhenuaapo, ki Owhata, ki te kainga i noho ai te puhi-humarire nei, a Hinemoa, te tuahine o Wahiao. Ka rongo a Hinemoa, ki te rekareka mai o te tangi o nga pu a Tutanekai raua ko tona hoa takapui ko Tiki, The meaning of Raurangi is …

The preparation of a new edition of the Maori dictionary-costing ВЈ6,000 on printing alone and a considerable sum on editorial work, is one sign of the continued life of the Maori language. The dictionary is being asked for urgently by many people. It will be used in homes, schools and universities; by children and adults; by Maori and pakeha. TAIREA (myth.), one of the canoes of the Migration of the Maori people from Hawaiki to New Zealand; also called the Rangiuamutu. [See under Arawa ]. TAIREPOREPO , a tide that appears high at low water, the wind backing up the water.

TAIREA (myth.), one of the canoes of the Migration of the Maori people from Hawaiki to New Zealand; also called the Rangiuamutu. [See under Arawa ]. TAIREPOREPO , a tide that appears high at low water, the wind backing up the water. the Maori language. A text book with a vocabulary and explanatory notes ought to meet the wishes of those desiring to go a little further. ki Owhata, ki te kainga i noho ai te puhi-humarire nei, a Hinemoa, te tuahine o Wahiao. Ka rongo a Hinemoa, ki te rekareka mai o te tangi o nga pu a Tutanekai raua ko tona

In the great mass of literature relating to New Zealand there is nothing similar to the plan of this text book. There are a number of books, very useful as far as they go, written for the purpose of enabling anyone so desirous, of learning a few sentences of the Maori language. A text book with a vocabulary and explanatory notes ought to meet the wishes of those desiring to go a little further. The preparation of a new edition of the Maori dictionary-costing ВЈ6,000 on printing alone and a considerable sum on editorial work, is one sign of the continued life of the Maori language. The dictionary is being asked for urgently by many people. It will be used in homes, schools and universities; by children and adults; by Maori and pakeha.

Hinemoa, by Unknown 1. Hinemoa, by Unknown The Project Gutenberg EBook of Hinemoa, by Unknown This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net The preparation of a new edition of the Maori dictionary-costing ВЈ6,000 on printing alone and a considerable sum on editorial work, is one sign of the continued life of the Maori language. The dictionary is being asked for urgently by many people. It will be used in homes, schools and universities; by children and adults; by Maori and pakeha.

The preparation of a new edition of the Maori dictionary-costing ВЈ6,000 on printing alone and a considerable sum on editorial work, is one sign of the continued life of the Maori language. The dictionary is being asked for urgently by many people. It will be used in homes, schools and universities; by children and adults; by Maori and pakeha. In the great mass of literature relating to New Zealand there is nothing similar to the plan of this text book. There are a number of books, very useful as far as they go, written for the purpose of enabling anyone so desirous, of learning a few sentences of the Maori language. A text book with a vocabulary and explanatory notes ought to meet the wishes of those desiring to go a little further.

TE AO HOU The New World No. 11 [electronic resource]. a dictionary of the new zealand language; to which is added a selection of colloqui^ sentences. by the right reverend william williams, d.c.l. bisiiop of wa1apu, new zealand., E (i), particle, used — 1.Before verbs or adjectives followed by ana, nei, na, etc., to denote action in progress, or temporary condition, in time past, present, or future.E haere ana maua ki reira (T. 145). E ora ana ano maua (T. 176). 2.Before verbs or adjectives without a following particle, to denote future action or ….

TE AO HOU The New World No. 11 [electronic resource]

humarire maori dictionary

HINEMOA WITH NOTES & VOCABULARY pptx Tài liệu text. a dictionary of the new zealand language; to which is added a selection of colloqui^ sentences. by the right reverend william williams, d.c.l. bisiiop of wa1apu, new zealand., Na, ka kawea atu te tangi e te hauwhenuaapo, ki Owhata, ki te kainga i noho ai te puhi-humarire nei, a Hinemoa, te tuahine o Wahiao. Ka rongo a Hinemoa, ki te rekareka mai o te tangi o nga pu a Tutanekai raua ko tona hoa takapui ko Tiki, The meaning of Raurangi is ….

Hinemoa By Unknown Project Gutenberg Copyright

humarire maori dictionary

www.loyalbooks.com. Hinemoa, by Unknown 1. Hinemoa, by Unknown The Project Gutenberg EBook of Hinemoa, by Unknown This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net NOTES. Hinemoa, daughter of Umukaria and Hinemaru whose feat of swimming across Lake Rotorua is the subject of the story.. Mokoia, the large island in Rotorua Lake, celebrated in Maori song and story, the home of Tutanekai.It was visited by Sir George Grey in the month of December 1849. While sitting on the edge of Hinemoa's bath, a Maori chief, descendant of Hinemoa, recited the story..

humarire maori dictionary


E (i), particle, used — 1.Before verbs or adjectives followed by ana, nei, na, etc., to denote action in progress, or temporary condition, in time past, present, or future.E haere ana maua ki reira (T. 145). E ora ana ano maua (T. 176). 2.Before verbs or adjectives without a following particle, to denote future action or … The preparation of a new edition of the Maori dictionary-costing £6,000 on printing alone and a considerable sum on editorial work, is one sign of the continued life of the Maori language. The dictionary is being asked for urgently by many people. It will be used in homes, schools and universities; by children and adults; by Maori and pakeha.

NOTES. Hinemoa, daughter of Umukaria and Hinemaru whose feat of swimming across Lake Rotorua is the subject of the story.. Mokoia, the large island in Rotorua Lake, celebrated in Maori song and story, the home of Tutanekai.It was visited by Sir George Grey in the month of December 1849. While sitting on the edge of Hinemoa's bath, a Maori chief, descendant of Hinemoa, recited the story. NOTES. Hinemoa, daughter of Umukaria and Hinemaru whose feat of swimming across Lake Rotorua is the subject of the story.. Mokoia, the large island in Rotorua Lake, celebrated in Maori song and story, the home of Tutanekai.It was visited by Sir George Grey in the month of December 1849. While sitting on the edge of Hinemoa's bath, a Maori chief, descendant of Hinemoa, recited the story.

NOTES. Hinemoa, daughter of Umukaria and Hinemaru whose feat of swimming across Lake Rotorua is the subject of the story.. Mokoia, the large island in Rotorua Lake, celebrated in Maori song and story, the home of Tutanekai.It was visited by Sir George Grey in the month of December 1849. While sitting on the edge of Hinemoa's bath, a Maori chief, descendant of Hinemoa, recited the story. Hinemoa, by Unknown 1. Hinemoa, by Unknown The Project Gutenberg EBook of Hinemoa, by Unknown This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net

humarire maori dictionary

Hinemoa, by Unknown 1. Hinemoa, by Unknown The Project Gutenberg EBook of Hinemoa, by Unknown This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net TAIREA (myth.), one of the canoes of the Migration of the Maori people from Hawaiki to New Zealand; also called the Rangiuamutu. [See under Arawa ]. TAIREPOREPO , a tide that appears high at low water, the wind backing up the water.

HINEMOA WITH NOTES & VOCABULARY pptx

humarire maori dictionary

HINEMOA WITH NOTES & VOCABULARY pptx. a dictionary of the new zealand language; to which is added a selection of colloqui^ sentences. by the right reverend william williams, d.c.l. bisiiop of wa1apu, new zealand., Hinemoa, by Unknown 1. Hinemoa, by Unknown The Project Gutenberg EBook of Hinemoa, by Unknown This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net.

HINEMOA WITH NOTES & VOCABULARY pptx

HINEMOA WITH NOTES & VOCABULARY pptx. The preparation of a new edition of the Maori dictionary-costing ВЈ6,000 on printing alone and a considerable sum on editorial work, is one sign of the continued life of the Maori language. The dictionary is being asked for urgently by many people. It will be used in homes, schools and universities; by children and adults; by Maori and pakeha., NOTES. Hinemoa, daughter of Umukaria and Hinemaru whose feat of swimming across Lake Rotorua is the subject of the story.. Mokoia, the large island in Rotorua Lake, celebrated in Maori song and story, the home of Tutanekai.It was visited by Sir George Grey in the month of December 1849. While sitting on the edge of Hinemoa's bath, a Maori chief, descendant of Hinemoa, recited the story..

a dictionary of the new zealand language; to which is added a selection of colloqui^ sentences. by the right reverend william williams, d.c.l. bisiiop of wa1apu, new zealand. E (i), particle, used — 1.Before verbs or adjectives followed by ana, nei, na, etc., to denote action in progress, or temporary condition, in time past, present, or future.E haere ana maua ki reira (T. 145). E ora ana ano maua (T. 176). 2.Before verbs or adjectives without a following particle, to denote future action or …

The preparation of a new edition of the Maori dictionary-costing ВЈ6,000 on printing alone and a considerable sum on editorial work, is one sign of the continued life of the Maori language. The dictionary is being asked for urgently by many people. It will be used in homes, schools and universities; by children and adults; by Maori and pakeha. The preparation of a new edition of the Maori dictionary-costing ВЈ6,000 on printing alone and a considerable sum on editorial work, is one sign of the continued life of the Maori language. The dictionary is being asked for urgently by many people. It will be used in homes, schools and universities; by children and adults; by Maori and pakeha.

the Maori language. A text book with a vocabulary and explanatory notes ought to meet the wishes of those desiring to go a little further. ki Owhata, ki te kainga i noho ai te puhi-humarire nei, a Hinemoa, te tuahine o Wahiao. Ka rongo a Hinemoa, ki te rekareka mai o te tangi o nga pu a Tutanekai raua ko tona The preparation of a new edition of the Maori dictionary-costing ВЈ6,000 on printing alone and a considerable sum on editorial work, is one sign of the continued life of the Maori language. The dictionary is being asked for urgently by many people. It will be used in homes, schools and universities; by children and adults; by Maori and pakeha.

E (i), particle, used — 1.Before verbs or adjectives followed by ana, nei, na, etc., to denote action in progress, or temporary condition, in time past, present, or future.E haere ana maua ki reira (T. 145). E ora ana ano maua (T. 176). 2.Before verbs or adjectives without a following particle, to denote future action or … Na, ka kawea atu te tangi e te hauwhenuaapo, ki Owhata, ki te kainga i noho ai te puhi-humarire nei, a Hinemoa, te tuahine o Wahiao. Ka rongo a Hinemoa, ki te rekareka mai o te tangi o nga pu a Tutanekai raua ko tona hoa takapui ko Tiki, The meaning of Raurangi is …

the Maori language. A text book with a vocabulary and explanatory notes ought to meet the wishes of those desiring to go a little further. ki Owhata, ki te kainga i noho ai te puhi-humarire nei, a Hinemoa, te tuahine o Wahiao. Ka rongo a Hinemoa, ki te rekareka mai o te tangi o nga pu a Tutanekai raua ko tona a dictionary of the new zealand language; to which is added a selection of colloqui^ sentences. by the right reverend william williams, d.c.l. bisiiop of wa1apu, new zealand.

a dictionary of the new zealand language; to which is added a selection of colloqui^ sentences. by the right reverend william williams, d.c.l. bisiiop of wa1apu, new zealand. E (i), particle, used — 1.Before verbs or adjectives followed by ana, nei, na, etc., to denote action in progress, or temporary condition, in time past, present, or future.E haere ana maua ki reira (T. 145). E ora ana ano maua (T. 176). 2.Before verbs or adjectives without a following particle, to denote future action or …

a dictionary of the new zealand language; to which is added a selection of colloqui^ sentences. by the right reverend william williams, d.c.l. bisiiop of wa1apu, new zealand. E (i), particle, used — 1.Before verbs or adjectives followed by ana, nei, na, etc., to denote action in progress, or temporary condition, in time past, present, or future.E haere ana maua ki reira (T. 145). E ora ana ano maua (T. 176). 2.Before verbs or adjectives without a following particle, to denote future action or …

A dictionary of the New Zealand language to which is. TAIREA (myth.), one of the canoes of the Migration of the Maori people from Hawaiki to New Zealand; also called the Rangiuamutu. [See under Arawa ]. TAIREPOREPO , a tide that appears high at low water, the wind backing up the water., E (i), particle, used — 1.Before verbs or adjectives followed by ana, nei, na, etc., to denote action in progress, or temporary condition, in time past, present, or future.E haere ana maua ki reira (T. 145). E ora ana ano maua (T. 176). 2.Before verbs or adjectives without a following particle, to denote future action or ….

Hinemoa By Unknown Project Gutenberg Copyright

humarire maori dictionary

Hinemoa With Notes & Vocabulary - Littérature. Na, ka kawea atu te tangi e te hauwhenuaapo, ki Owhata, ki te kainga i noho ai te puhi-humarire nei, a Hinemoa, te tuahine o Wahiao. Ka rongo a Hinemoa, ki te rekareka mai o te tangi o nga pu a Tutanekai raua ko tona hoa takapui ko Tiki, The meaning of Raurangi is …, Na, ka kawea atu te tangi e te hauwhenuaapo, ki Owhata, ki te kainga i noho ai te puhi-humarire nei, a Hinemoa, te tuahine o Wahiao. Ka rongo a Hinemoa, ki te rekareka mai o te tangi o nga pu a Tutanekai raua ko tona hoa takapui ko Tiki, The meaning of Raurangi is ….

A dictionary of the New Zealand language to which is. a dictionary of the new zealand language; to which is added a selection of colloqui^ sentences. by the right reverend william williams, d.c.l. bisiiop of wa1apu, new zealand., TAIREA (myth.), one of the canoes of the Migration of the Maori people from Hawaiki to New Zealand; also called the Rangiuamutu. [See under Arawa ]. TAIREPOREPO , a tide that appears high at low water, the wind backing up the water..

Hinemoa With Notes & Vocabulary - LittГ©rature

humarire maori dictionary

HINEMOA WITH NOTES & VOCABULARY pptx Tài liệu text. Na, ka kawea atu te tangi e te hauwhenuaapo, ki Owhata, ki te kainga i noho ai te puhi-humarire nei, a Hinemoa, te tuahine o Wahiao. Ka rongo a Hinemoa, ki te rekareka mai o te tangi o nga pu a Tutanekai raua ko tona hoa takapui ko Tiki, The meaning of Raurangi is … Hinemoa, by Unknown 1. Hinemoa, by Unknown The Project Gutenberg EBook of Hinemoa, by Unknown This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net.

humarire maori dictionary


In the great mass of literature relating to New Zealand there is nothing similar to the plan of this text book. There are a number of books, very useful as far as they go, written for the purpose of enabling anyone so desirous, of learning a few sentences of the Maori language. A text book with a vocabulary and explanatory notes ought to meet the wishes of those desiring to go a little further. NOTES. Hinemoa, daughter of Umukaria and Hinemaru whose feat of swimming across Lake Rotorua is the subject of the story.. Mokoia, the large island in Rotorua Lake, celebrated in Maori song and story, the home of Tutanekai.It was visited by Sir George Grey in the month of December 1849. While sitting on the edge of Hinemoa's bath, a Maori chief, descendant of Hinemoa, recited the story.

the Maori language. A text book with a vocabulary and explanatory notes ought to meet the wishes of those desiring to go a little further. ki Owhata, ki te kainga i noho ai te puhi-humarire nei, a Hinemoa, te tuahine o Wahiao. Ka rongo a Hinemoa, ki te rekareka mai o te tangi o nga pu a Tutanekai raua ko tona The preparation of a new edition of the Maori dictionary-costing ВЈ6,000 on printing alone and a considerable sum on editorial work, is one sign of the continued life of the Maori language. The dictionary is being asked for urgently by many people. It will be used in homes, schools and universities; by children and adults; by Maori and pakeha.

Na, ka kawea atu te tangi e te hauwhenuaapo, ki Owhata, ki te kainga i noho ai te puhi-humarire nei, a Hinemoa, te tuahine o Wahiao. Ka rongo a Hinemoa, ki te rekareka mai o te tangi o nga pu a Tutanekai raua ko tona hoa takapui ko Tiki, The meaning of Raurangi is … a dictionary of the new zealand language; to which is added a selection of colloqui^ sentences. by the right reverend william williams, d.c.l. bisiiop of wa1apu, new zealand.

a dictionary of the new zealand language; to which is added a selection of colloqui^ sentences. by the right reverend william williams, d.c.l. bisiiop of wa1apu, new zealand. the Maori language. A text book with a vocabulary and explanatory notes ought to meet the wishes of those desiring to go a little further. ki Owhata, ki te kainga i noho ai te puhi-humarire nei, a Hinemoa, te tuahine o Wahiao. Ka rongo a Hinemoa, ki te rekareka mai o te tangi o nga pu a Tutanekai raua ko tona

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