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Pōtikī Play

1. (loan) (noun) Portuguese.


pōtiki Play

1. (noun) youngest child.

I te wā i kōhuru ai a Rangiaho i a ia anō i tana uma e takai ana tāna pōtiki a Pāpaka (M 2004:270). / At the time Rangiaho committed suicide her youngest child, Pāpaka, was wrapped to her breast.

See also pekepoho


2. (noun) pet.

Ko aua pōtiki, he tohorā rata (HP 1991:11). / Those pets were tame whales.


ngahuru pōtiki Play

1. (personal noun) late autumn.

Nā, hei te ngahuru pōtiki, hei te Mātahi, hei te Maruaroa hoki, ka whanatu ai au (TWK 34:24). / Now, in the late autumn, in the eleventh month of the Māori year, or midwinter is when I will arrive.


Māui-pōtiki Play

1. (personal name) well-known Polynesian character of narratives. He performed a number of amazing feats. Also known as Māui-tikitiki-o-Taranga.


(Te Māhuri Study Guide (Ed. 1): 62-63, 73, 82-85, 86-87;)


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