tangata maori

tangata māori

(ˈtɑːŋɡɑːtə ˈmaʊrɪ)
n, pl tangata māori
(Peoples) NZ someone of Māori origin
[Māori]
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War to the Knife, or, Tangata Maori was published in 1899.
23) Rolf Boldrewood, War to the Knife, or, Tangata Maori (London: Macmillan, 1899), p.
The word "maori" means normal, and tangata maori, "maori" people, meant normal human beings who shared a language and culture in common.
Tangata maori and Pakeha were sufficiently strange to each other, that consciousness of this difference would have been inevitable from the start.
Na ka mea atu matou, I taia ai ta matou Muipepa Ida kake ai te tangata maori, kia mohio ai ia Id a matou tikanga, kia mohiotia ai ano hoki e tera iwi, e tera iwi, nga iwi e kake ana, me nga mea hoid i kake ai.
Ko Wikitoria te Kuini o Ingarani tana mahara atawai ki nga Rangatira me nga Hapu o Nu Tirani i tana hiahia hoki kia tohungia ki a ratou o ratou rangatiratanga me to ratou wenua, a kia mau tonu hoki te Rongo ki a ratou me te Atanoho hoki kua wakaaro ia he mea tika kia tukua mai tetahi Rangatira -- hei kai wakarite ki nga Tangata maori o Nu Tirani -- kia wakaaetia e nga Rangatira maori te Kawanatanga o te Kuini ki nga wahikatoa o te wenua nei me nga motu -- nate mea hoki he tokomaha ke nga tangata o tona Iwi Kua noho ki tenei wenua, a e haere mai nei.
Na ko te Kuini e hiahia ana kia wakaritea te Kawanatanga kia kaua ai nga kino e puta mai kite tangata maori kite Pakeha e noho ture kore ana.