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maumahara Play

1. (experience verb) (-tia) to remember, recall, recollect, reminisce.

E tino maumahara ana au ki taua pō e inoi ana tō mātau koroua ki Te Atua kia tohungia mātau (HP 1991:14). / I well remember that night when our grandfather was praying to God that we be spared.


tikanga whakapūmau maumahara Play

1. (noun) memory device.

Kai roto i te tuhingaroa nei e whakaatu ana ēnei tikanga whakapūmau maumahara (WT 2013:xii). / These memory devices will be used throughout this dissertation to show their role in remembering and memorising (WT 2013:xii).


tua o pae maumahara Play

1. beyond memory - a figurative phrase referring to the dead.

E whakapono ana au ka taea te reo onepunga o nāianei te whakamōmona ake, te whakamākūkū ake, kia āhua rite ai te reo kei tua i te awe māpara ki te reo i a nunui mā, i a roroa mā kua riro ki tua o te pae o maumahara (HM 4/1993:7). / I believe that the limited language of now can be enriched so that in the distant future it will be similar to the language of those who have passed on.


tūmahi wheako Play

1. (noun) experience verb - a verb that names a mental state, attitude, perception or experience. Although experience verbs function like transitive verbs (tūmahi whiti) in some ways, they differ in others. Common experience verbs include: kite, rongo, mārama, pīrangi, mōhio, hiahia, mahara, tūmanako. Generally with experience verbs (except kite) their objects are marked with ki, e.g. Kei te mōhio au ki tō pāpā. (I know your father.) Experience verbs function like adjectives when used in commands in that they are preceded by kia, not e or nothing, e.g. Kia maumahara! (Remember!).

Ko te tūmahi wheako he kupumahi whakaatu i te wheako, i te waiaro. / An experience verb is a verb indicating an experience or attitude.


kupumahi wheako Play

1. (noun) experience verb - a verb that names a mental state, attitude, perception or experience. Although experience verbs function like transitive verbs (kupumahi whiti) in some ways, they differ in others. Common experience verbs include: kite, rongo, mārama, pīrangi, mōhio, hiahia, mahara, tūmanako. Generally with experience verbs (except kite) their objects are marked with ki, e.g. Kei te mōhio au ki tō pāpā. (I know your father.) Experience verbs function like adjectives when used in commands in that they are preceded by kia, not e or nothing, e.g. Kia maumahara! (Remember!).


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