Found 6 matches
1. (loan) (location) Sydney - the Māori name is derived from Port Jackson, the early name for Sydney Harbour.
Ko ngā utu rā tēnā i Poihākena, i Poipiripi (MM.TKM 31/5/1860:12). / That is the price in Sydney and Melbourne.
1. (loan) (personal name) Sydney.
He kōrero mai nā tā mātou kaituhituhi Māori mai i Pōneke, kua tae a Hirini Taiwhanga ki Pōneke (TW 12/2/1875:6). / Our Māori correspondent in Wellington reports that Sydney Taiwhanga has arrived in Wellington.
1. (loan) (location) Sydney.
Tērā tētahi Pākehā ko Tiringi he ringatahi kua tae ki Poihākene, e kīia ana ko taua tangata te tino tiamupiena o te ao mō te haere i ngā haere tino roa (TJ 6/10/1898:11). / There is a pint sized Pākehā, Tiringi, who has arrived in Sydney who is said to be the world long distance champion.
1. (loan) (location) Parramatta - an Australian city 24 km west of Sydney on the Parramatta.
Kei Paramata, he tāone e tata ana ki Hirini a Te Mātenga e tanu ana (TP 6/1907:5). / Marsden is buried in Parramatta, a town close to Sydney.
Mahuika, Apirana Tuahae Kaukapakapa Play
1. (personal name) (1934-2015) Ngāti Porou; leader, orator, expert in Māori language and customs. Ordained as a minister in the Anglican Church in 1964. Gained a BA from the University of Auckland, and an MA from Sydney. Awarded an Honorary Doctorate from The University of Waikato in 2004. Chairman of Te Rūnanga o Ngāti Porou and oversaw the vesting of the legal title of Hikurangi Maunga and the Ngāti Porou settlement with the Crown. Member of the Council and Te Rōpū Manukura of The University of Waikato.