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Hinemoa Play

1. (personal name) daughter of Umukaria and Hinemaru of Rotorua. She married Tūtānekai against the wishes of her people by swimming to Mokoia Island, guided by the music of Tūtānekai's flute.

I runga i tana kōhatu a Hinemoa e noho ana i te tangihanga mai o te kōauau a Tūtānekai i Mokoia (TTT 1/6/1927:599). / Hinemoa was sitting on her rock when Tūtānekai played his flute on Mokoia Island.
(Te Māhuri Textbook (Ed. 2): 171-178; Te Māhuri Video Tapes (Ed. 1): 2;)


Tūtānekai Play

1. (personal name) Tūtānekai married Hinemoa, the beautiful daughter of Umukaria and Hinemaru, who lived at Rotorua. Tūtānekai married her against the wishes of her people when she swam to Mokoia Island, guided by the music of the flute he played.

I runga i tana kōhatu a Hinemoa e noho ana i te tangihanga mai o te kōauau a Tūtānekai i Mokoia (TTT 1/6/1927:599). / Hinemoa was sitting on her rock when Tūtānekai played his flute on Mokoia Island.
(Te Māhuri Textbook (Ed. 2): 158-164; Te Māhuri Video Tapes (Ed. 1): 2;)


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