korero

korero

(ˈkɒrərɔː)
n, pl -ros
a talk or discussion; meeting
vb
(intr) to speak or converse
[Māori]
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Ko tenei whakatauki, no Tawhiao mo tana Tuawahine - anei nga kupu, anei te timatanga o taku korero.
(11.) Hirini Moko Mead, "Maori Art Restructured, Reorganised, Re-examined and Reclaimed," He Pukenga Korero, 2:1, 1996, 1-7.
He Pukenga Korero. A Journal of Maori Studies, 9(2), 5-14.
When Hone found I was doing this, he took me with him to a Wednesday evening korero session that Waka Vercoe held in his own home in Northland.
Themes were refined, and then named and the women's korero (talk) extracts used to support the 'story' portrayed in the themes.
The landscape and the korero which went with it combined to produce the text.
The first national ACP campaign, Kia korero | Let's talk, is encouraging people to plan for their future health care, while an APC day on April 5 will encourage people to start making an advanced care plan.
Engari, mena e korero tatou e pa ana ki te tuakiritanga he aha nga ahuatanga e whakaatu ana ki to tuakiritanga, maku tonu e ki atu, ki oku ake nei wheako ae, ko to reo.
Whakapapa--the telling of it--always involved korero, the stories attached to the deeds of the ancestors that established mana and fights.
A health promotion intervention, the 'Healthy Messages Calendar (Te Maramataka Korero Hauora)', was produced by the combined efforts of a number of community groups and provided free to every household in Tairawhiti.