ngai

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ngai

(əŋˈɡɑːiː)
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(Anthropology & Ethnology) NZ clan or tribe: used before the names of certain Māori tribes: Ngai Tahu.
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The peak, known for its bizarrely thin, silvery lava, is a place of pilgrimage for the pastoralist ethnic group of Maasai, who travel there to entreat their god Engai for rain, cattle, and children.
Mara Engai Wilderness Lodge is a luxurious lodge nestled among pristine Kenyan Ravine forest.
Unique to the Mara, the Mara Engai has specially adapted 6Eu6 Pinzgauer vehicles for more agile and comfortable game viewing within the Masai Mara's rich Wilderness Triangle.
RESULTS & ANALYSIS START PAGE 78 The loose horse proved a hazard for much of the race but Teal rode a canny race to steer clear of any danger in the straight and hold the late flourish of the continually impeded Engai.
Some training performance in US#nonaynever Simon Hunt @shunty8red Dancing round the kitchen watching Engai win for @DGBRIDGWATER Tom Scu - a syndicate of great lads, 1st time chasing, they'll love that
Unluckiest punters of the day were those who backed Engai (1.
20 1 THUNDER SHEIK (IRE) Conor Shoemark (3-1 Fav) 2 Engai (GER) Jake Hodson (10-3) 3 Orthodox Lad Christopher Ward (17-2) Tote: win PS6.