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Peiwhairangi

1. (loan) (location) Bay of Islands.

I Peiwhairangi ka kite anō ia i tōna whaea i mauria atu ki reira rā tētahi huarahi, ā hokona atu ana pērātia ana anō me ia (TJ 8/2/1898:4). / In the Bay of Islands, he saw his mother who had been taken there by a different route, and who was sold just as he was.

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Pēwhairangi

1. (loan) (location) Bay of Islands.

(Te Kākano Textbook (Ed. 2): 78;)

Kua hoki mai a Tā Tānara Mākarini i Pēwhairangi, i te ahiahi o te Wenerei kua hori nei, i reira e whakaoti ana i ētahi atu tohetohe tawhito a ngā Māori (TW 12/2/1875:9). / Sir Donald McLean has returned from the Bay of Islands last Wednesday afternoon, after satisfactorily arranging some long-pending Māori disputes.

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Pēowhairangi

1. (loan) (location) Bay of Islands.

...te rerenga o Kāwana Koa Parāone ki raro, ki Pēowhairangi (MM.TKM 15/1/1858:1). / The visit of His Excellency Governor Gore Browne to the Bay of Islands and the north.

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Kārewa

1. (location) Gannet Island (off Aotea Harbour). Also an island in the Bay of Plenty.

Whakaari

1. (location) White Island (Bay of Plenty).

(Te Kākano Textbook (Ed. 2): 78;)


2. (location) Flagstaff - the name of a ridge to the north-west of Dunedin, misspelt as Wakari.

(Te Pihinga Textbook (Ed. 2): 18;)

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