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whakauta Play

1. (modifier) inland, towards the interior.

Ka tīmata te rohe ki te awa o Pīhoi, ka haere i te awa o Te Kerikeri tae noa ki Kariapaua, i reira ka ahu whakauta ki Pukekaitītī, ka haere atu i reira, ā, makere noa ki te awa o Pīhoi, ka haere i roto i taua awa tae noa ki te wahapū, ki te wāhi i tīmata ai (MM.TKM 15/12/1859:4). / The boundary commences at the creek called Pīhoi, goes along the Kerikeri river until it reaches the Kariapaua, from there in an inland direction to the Pukekaitītī and then drops into the Pīhoi creek following that creek right to the estuary, to the place where it began.
(Te Kākano Textbook (Ed. 2): 112;)

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