2. (location) Panmure (Auckland).
(Te Kōhure Textbook (Ed. 2): 107;)
1. (noun) convolvulus, bindweed, New Zealand bindweed, Calystegia sepium - a herbaceous perennial that twines around other plants to a height of up to 2-4 m. Leaves are arranged spirally, simple, pointed at the tip and arrowhead shaped, 5-10 cm long and 3-7 cm broad. Flowers are produced from late spring to the end of summer. The open flowers are trumpet-shaped, 3-7 cm diameter, white, or pale pink with white stripes. A name given to several climbing or trailing plants.
3. (noun) large-leaved muehlenbeckia, Muehlenbeckia australis - a native plant that often clambers over trees and shrubs, sometimes smothering other vegetation. The leaves are heart-shaped and the fruit tiny black seeds sitting in a white swollen flower.
4. (noun) creeping muehlenbeckia, Muehlenbeckia axillaries - common in scrub and on river flats to subalpine altitudes south of Rotorua.
1. (personal name) Tūtānekai married Hinemoa, the beautiful daughter of Umukaria and Hinemaru, who lived at Rotorua. Tūtānekai married her against the wishes of her people when she swam to Mokoia Island, guided by the music of the flute he played.
(Te Māhuri Textbook (Ed. 2): 158-164; Te Māhuri Video Tapes (Ed. 1): 2;)
1. (personal name) people descended from the crew of this canoe from Hawaiki who form a group of tribes in the Rotorua-Maketū area.
(Te Kākano Textbook (Ed. 2): 42;)
Ko Mātaatua, ko Te Arawa ko Ngāti Kahungunu o ngā iwi whakaeke ki te marae i uru atu ki roto i a Ngāti Porou ki te manaaki i ngā manuhiri (TTT 1/3/1926:358). / The tribes of Mātaatua, Te Arawa and Ngāti Kahungunu who had come onto the marae joined in with Ngāti Porou to host the visitors.
1. (personal name) daughter of Umukaria and Hinemaru of Rotorua. She married Tūtānekai against the wishes of her people by swimming to Mokoia Island, guided by the music of Tūtānekai's flute.
(Te Māhuri Textbook (Ed. 2): 171-178; Te Māhuri Video Tapes (Ed. 1): 2;)