aroha

aroha

(ˈɑːrɒhə)
n
NZ love, compassion, or affectionate regard
[Māori]
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Northumbria University's Head of Performance Netball Te Aroha Keenan is confident her players can make a significant impact.
Northumbria University's Head of Performance Netball, Te Aroha Keenan is confident her players can make a significant impact.
What smokers really want is aroha and understanding.
DAVIES Clive Thomas John (Formerly of Pensarnau Filling Station) Suddenly on Monday Sept 7, 2015 Clive, Dugoed, Pentrecagal, Newcastle Emlyn: beloved husband of the late Jean, loving father of Mark and Tracey and caring grandfather of Jean Aroha and Lyra Eirwen and a close brother of Paul.
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com)-- In an effort to foster greater collaboration and support between the designer and independent knitting shop owners, Aroha Knits is now offering knitters the opportunity to join its recently launched partner program.
Auckland University senior lecturer Aroha Harris said the point in time being questioned had conflict and tension.
Aroha Harris and Mary Jane Logan McCallum write about the Indian Homemakers' Clubs in Ontario and the Maori Women's Welfare Organizations in New Zealand, both nationally sponsored organizations, in the post-war era.
But then a young Maori girl Aroha (Love) stands up and tells the story of Parihaka (another story of government official abuse and Maori non-violent protest in NZ in the 1880's).
te Aroha i tuku iho ai hei oranga, ma nga mokopuna, na reira e Pa, kei
To add to the effect, stay at Te Aroha, a fabulous hideaway in the hills.
9, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Nau mai, haere mai, ka nui nui te mihi ki a koutou katoa, nga hoa aroha o Aotearoa me nga tuhinga whiti o reira.