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1. (noun) knowledge, wisdom, understanding, skill - sometimes used in the plural.
Ko ngā kaumātua e kaiponu ana i ngā kōrero e tika ana kia hāmenetia e mātou, e ngā tamariki, nō te mea he kōhuru tēnei i a mātou. Homai ngā kōrero me ngā mātauranga o mua hei taiaha mā mātou ki te patu i ngā Pākehā e kī nei he iwi kūare te Māori. Kaua e waiho mā ngā Pākehā e kōrero ngā tikanga Māori i roto i ngā nūpepa Pākehā, engari mā tātou, mā ngā Māori, e kōrero i roto i tā tātou nūpepa Māori, i 'Te Pipiwharauroa' (TP 10/1907:9). / It is right that the elders who are withholding information be censured by us, the children, because this is an treacherous abuse of custom against us. Provide us with the stories and the knowledge of the past as a weapon for us to combat the Pākehā who say that the Māori are an ignorant people. Don't leave it for the Pākehā to talk about Māori customs in English newspapers, but it's for us, the Māori, to talk about them in our Māori newspaper, 'Te Pipiwharauroa'. (From an article in Māori by Te Rangi Hīroa.)
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2. (noun) education - an extension of the original meaning and commonly used in modern Māori with this meaning.
I te wā e tamariki ana koinā te mahurutanga o te tangata. Ko tēnā te wā hei whāwhātanga ki te mātauranga (TTT 1/2/1925:179). / During the time of childhood a person is untroubled. That's the time to tackle education.
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3. (noun) knowledgeable person, sage, scholar, intellectual, academic.
E ngā mātauranga katoa, tēnā koutou (TP 10/1905:6). / All knowledgeable people, greetings.
mātauranga koiora Play
1. (noun) biology.
E tohu ana ngā taunakitanga katoa – ngā taonga i mahue mai, ngā hononga i waenganui i ngā reo, ngā mātauranga koiora, ngā tāhū kōrero – ki te mea ko Poronihia ki te rāwhiti te kāinga tūturu o te Māori (Te Ara 2011). / All the available evidence of artefacts, similarities of languages, biology and tradition suggests that eastern Polynesia was the Māori homeland.
mātauranga wetereo Play
1. (noun) linguistics.
I riro mai ai i a ia tana tohu tākuta mō te mātauranga wetereo i Te Hononga o Amerika (TTR 2000:236). / He gained his PhD in linguistics from the United States of America.
tohu mātauranga Play
1. (noun) university degree, academic qualification.
I te tau 1896, ka tutuki i a ia tana tohu paetahi ture (LLB). Ko ia te Māori tuatahi i oti i a ia he tohu mātauranga i tētahi whare wānanga i Aotearoa nei (TTR 1996:102). / He completed his LLB in 1896. He was the first Maori to complete a degree at a New Zealand university.
mātauranga Māori Play
1. (noun) Māori knowledge - the body of knowledge originating from Māori ancestors, including the Māori world view and perspectives, Māori creativity and cultural practices.
Ka kīia e ētahi ko te mātauranga Māori i hangaia mai ai e te tangata Māori. / It is said by some that mātauranga Māori was created by Māori people.
mātauranga pūtaiao Play
1. (noun) science, scientific technique.
I te tekau tau atu i 1990, i te whanaketanga o ēnei mātauranga pūtaiao, ka arotakengia anōtia te wā tae tuatahi ai te tangata ki Aotearoa (Te Ara 2011). / During the 1990s as the scientific technique developed the date that humans first arrived in New Zealand was re-assessed.
mātauranga toi Play
1. (noun) art education.
Kei ngā whare wānanga, ngā kuratini, ngā pūtahi, ngā kura tūmataiti e akohia ana ngā mātauranga toi (Te Ara 2011). / Art education is taught at universities, polytechnics, centres and private art schools.
marau mātauranga Play
1. (noun) curriculum.
I tuhia e ia ana kupu whakahē i te marau mātauranga o Te Aute ki 'Te Pipiwharauroa' (TTR 1996:66). / He wrote articles in 'Te Pipiwharauroa' critical of the curriculum adopted by Te Aute College.
mātauranga takawaenga Play
1. (noun) mediation skills.
Nā te whirinaki o Timi Kara ki ōna mātauranga takawaenga tino pūkenga i puta ai tēnei hua (TTR 1994:12). / This result was obtained because of James Carroll's reliance on his great mediation skills.
mātauranga whaipara tangata Play
1. (noun) archaeologist.
Ka mutu, ki tā ngā mātauranga whaipara tangata, he hōrapa te noho o te ōi ki Aotearoa i mua i te noho tangata (Te Ara 2011). / What's more, according to archaeologists petrels were widely distributed throughout prehistoric New Zealand.
mātauranga pītau ira Play
1. (noun) DNA knowledge.
Heoi, ka tohu ngā rangahau mātauranga pītau ira nō ngā tau tōmua o te mano tau 2000, tērā pea i ahu mai ngā hue o Te Moananui-a-Kiwa mai i ngā hua kākano whakauru mai Amerika me Āhia (Te Ara 2011). / However DNA research in the early 2000s suggests that the gourds of the Pacific are a hybrid of American and Asian species.
mātauranga tikanga tangata Play
1. (noun) anthropology.
Ka haere tonu ngā mahi a Te Rangi Hīroa ki te whai i te kaupapa i kaingākautia nei e ia, arā, te mātauranga tikanga tangata (TTR 1996:14). / Buck continued to pursue the discipline that was dear to him, which was anthropology.
mātauranga momo tangata Play
1. (noun) ethnology, ethnography.
I hoki atu anō hoki ia i te tau 1955 ki te whai anō i te kaupapa rapunga whakaaro, ā, ka hia kē nei hoki te nui o ngā kōrero tuku iho me te mātauranga momo tangata o te Māori i oti i a ia te rangahau (TTR 2000:10). / He also returned in 1955 to pursue philosophy and did much research into Māori history and ethnography.