ngai


Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.

ngai

(əŋˈɡɑːiː)
prefix
(Anthropology & Ethnology) NZ clan or tribe: used before the names of certain Māori tribes: Ngai Tahu.
[Māori]
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
"The Quang Ngai authorities always affirm and respectfully acknowledge the very important contributions of the business community in the cause of local construction and development," Tran Ngoc Cang stressed.
He is of Ngati Porou, Ngai Tahu, and Ngati Kauwhata descent.
On Saturday and Sunday legislatures summoned the minister of finance, Kosti Manibe Ngai, demanding an explanation for the cuts.
(2013) Whakapuawaitia Ngai Maori 2030 Thriving as Maori.
However finance minister Ngai in his response to governor Konga in a broadcasted statement on South Sudan TV on Friday said the centralized system of tax collection was necessary and should continue as it has avoided "anarchy" in the previous random tax collection system by different levels of government in the country.
Following the guidance of the Government, the Ministry of Finance and the General Department on administrative reform and administrative procedures control (PAR & PAR), Quang Ngai Customs Department and Quang Ngai State Treasury issued timely directing and operating documents, considering PAR tasks and public relations is the annual key task of units.
Ngai cites data from Euromonitor, which shows that the compound annual growth in the value of beauty products purchased is around 5 per cent.
The Department of Conservation (DOC), Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu, the Yellow-eyed Penguin Trust and Fisheries New Zealand have worked together over the past year to develop the Strategy and associated Action Plan.
TOKYO, June 5, 2019 - (JCN Newswire) - Sharp Energy Solutions Corporation (SESJ)(2) announces the completion of a mega solar power plant in Quang Ngai Province, Vietnam.
Pertubuhan Pembangunan Kendiri Wanita dan Gadis and its founding president Low Ngai Yuen aim to raise awareness on marginalised communities through the film Orang Itu.
The word aACoeLui - Ngai - NiaACA[yen] is taken from three different Naga languages.
It is sacred to the people of Ngai Tahu--representing their demi-god ancestor--and was returned to them in a te Tiriti o Waitangi settlement.