potae

potae

(ˈpɔtaɪ)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) NZ a hat
[Māori]
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On eschatology, see also Elsdon Best, 'Maori Eschatology: The Whare Potae (House of Mourning) and its Lore; being a Description of many Customs, Beliefs, Superstitions, Rites, &c.
10) The Waikato-Tainui rohe includes much of the Waikato region, and spans from the Rohe Potae (King Country) in the south through to South Auckland, and from the west coast to the mountain ranges of Hapuakohe and Kaimai in the east.
Waikato / Rohe Potae region) and several residual categories (e.
The main difference is that seven hapu covered by the Deed are not designated as Waikato iwi, but are instead assigned to Ngati Raukawa (Waikato), Ngati Maniapoto, Ngati Haua and Waikato /Te Rohe Potae undefined.
13) The hapu were: Ngati Apakura (defined in the standard as Waikato / Tc Rohe Potae not further defined), Ngati Haua and Ngati Wairere (Ngati Haua Waikato): Ngati Ngutu and Ngati Paretckawa (Ngati Maniapoto): and Ngati Korokii and Ngati Raukawa ki Panehakua (Ngati Raukawa Waikato).
The large differences in mean density and size of geoduck between the Kennedy Bay and Wellington populations may, in part, be due to large storm events that occurred in the Coromandel region in the mid 1990s, which saw large numbers of geoduck stranded on the beaches surrounding Kennedy Bay (George Potae, Kennedy Bay Mussel Company Ltd, pers.
The authors thank Robert Williamson, George Potae, and Andrew Bell for their assistance in collecting geoduck and Drs.
3) Mulier quaedam filiam suam exhibuit uulneribus plenam, et, ut quidam uocant, potae haec causa genuerat 'A certain woman displayed her daughter, who was covered in ulcers, and, as certain men declare, was the reason behind her becoming a prostitute (pota)' (Krusch 288).