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1. (noun) survivor, food, livelihood, welfare, health, living.
Nā, i mua ake rā he oranga nui e puta ana mai ki te tangata i te kiri rāpeti (TP 1/12/1900:5). / Now, there used to be a good living for a person from rabbit skins.
moni oranga Play
1. (loan) (noun) benefit (money), maintenance.
Ko tēnei e mea ana te whakaaro kia waiho ētahi o ngā moni e puta mai ana i runga i ngā whenua o te hāhi hei moni oranga mō tētahi whare whakaakoranga i ngā Māori (TWMNT 25/1/1876:13). / It was proposed to devote some of the funds derived from the church's properties as maintenance of an educational institution for the Māori.
oranga ngākau Play
1. (noun) comfort, relief, solace, reassurance.
He oranga ngākau te kite iho i te tokomaha o te hunga kei te whai kupu mō tēnei take (TAH 26:4). / It is reassuring seeing so many people speaking about this matter.
oranga tonutanga Play
1. (noun) continued wellbeing, survival, sustenance.
Ko te awa o Whanganui te puna o te kaha, te ora, te tuakiri, te wairua, te oranga tonutanga mō ngā iwi e noho ana ki ōna tahatika (Te Ara 2017). / The Whanganui River is the source of the strength, life, identity, spirit and sustenance for the tribes living along it's banks.