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kīngi Play

1. (loan) (verb) (-tia) to reign as king.

Riro ana i a rātou te whenua o ngā Īhipiana, ā kīngitia iho ō rātou rangatira, ā taea noatia ngā rā o Mōhi (MM.TKM 30/9/1856:8). / They conquered the land of the Egyptians and their leaders ruled in Egypt till the time of Moses.


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2. (loan) (noun) king, ruler, monarch, sovereign.

Ka mate a Te Arikinui Te Atairangikaahu, ka whakawahia a Tūheitia Paki hei kīngi o te Kīngitanga. / When the paramount chieftainess Te Atairangikaahu died Tūheitia Paki was anointed as king of the King Movement.


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3. (loan) (personal name) King.

Āhua pōauau ana ngā kupu a Hoani Ngamu rāua ko Tāmati Hāpimana, i whakahoki ai i te tono a Wī Kīngi me Wī Maihi Te Rangikāheke hoki (TW 12/2/1875:8). / The response of John Ngamu and Thomas Chapman to the request of William King and William Marsh Te Rangikāheke was rather confused.


Kīngi Play

1. (loan) (personal name) King.

Heoi i te nui o ngā raruraru o te kāwanatanga i te matenga o Kīngi Tāwhiao, kīhai i whai rūma te minita me ngā kaiwhakawā whenua me te tumuaki hoki o te kāwanatanga ki te tuku i tētehi o ngā tiati o taua kōti… (KTP 20/11/1891:3). / However, because of the problems the government were faced with after the death of King Tāwhiao, the minister, the land judges and the head of government did not have a room to send one of the court judges…


pane kīngi Play

1. (loan) (noun) postage stamp.

Paipera, 2/6, 3/6, 4/6, me te pane kīngi 1/- (TP 11/1901:12). / Bibles, 2/6, 3/6, 4/6 plus a one shilling stamp.


whare kīngi Play

1. (loan) (noun) palace, court.

He maha ngā wāhine e noho ana i roto i te whare kīngi i Huitana, hei hoa mō te Kuīni, hei mahi hoki i āna mahi (TP 7/1900:2). / There are many women living in the royal palace in Sweden, as companions for the queen, and to do work for her.


2. (loan) (noun) royal family.

Kāore pea te nuinga o te tāngata i te mōhio he toto Hūrai kei roto o te whare kīngi o Ingarangi (TP 5/1902:11). / Most people probably don't know that there is Jewish blood in the British royal family.


Rangitāke, Wiremu Kīngi Te Play

1. (personal name) (1795-1882) Te Āti Awa; leader who fought a long battle against land loss, culminating in the invasion by British forces in the first Taranaki war in 1860, after which Taranaki lands were confiscated.


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