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hauā Play

1. (modifier) crippled, lame, disabled.

Ā mate noa ia, noho hauā ake ana tana waewae i tana wharatanga, hīkoi haere ai ia me te mau tokotoko, pūtu hāparapara anō hoki (TTR 2000:19). / And until he died, his leg remained lame from his injuries, walking with a stick and surgical boots.


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2. (noun) cripple, disabled person, invalid, disability.

Ka hinga te hauā rā i tōna hoa (TP 9/1910:4). / That invalid was defeated by his friend.


Ngāti Hāua Play

1. (personal noun) tribal group east and south of the upper Whanganui River.


(Te Kākano Textbook (Ed. 2): 89;)


penihana hauā Play

1. (loan) (noun) invalid benefit.


hunga hauā Play

1. (noun) disabled people, lame people.

Ko rātou o te hunga hauā, o te hunga matapō, o te hunga pararaiha rānei, te nuinga o ngā tūroro e whakaorangia ana e ia (TTR 1996:152). / The majority of the patients he healed were the disabled, the blind or the paralysed.


hinengaro hauā Play

1. (noun) intellectually handicapped.


Ngāti Hauā Play

1. (personal noun) tribal group of Morrinsville and Matamata area.


(Te Kākano Textbook (Ed. 2): 42;)


hauā-pekewhā Play

1. (noun) quadriplegic.


hau Play

1. (verb) (hāua,-a,-tia) to strike, hit, serve (with a bat, stick, racket, etc.), chop.

Ka hāua e ia te pōro mō te nuku atu i te kotahi rau mita (Ng 1993:205). / She hit the ball over 100 metres (Ng 1993:205).


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