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Hereturikōkā

1. (personal noun) third lunar month of the Māori year - approximately equivalent to August.

Hereturikōkā: Kua kitea te kainga a te ahi i ngā turi o te tangata (Best 1922:15). / Hereturikōkā: The scorching effect of fire on the knees of man is seen (Best 1922:15).
Ko te rā kati ai ngā tono, ko te 31 o ngā rā o Hereturikōkā (HM 2/1996:2). / Applications close on 31 August.

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Toru o Hereturikōkā, Te

1. (personal noun) third lunar month of the Māori year - approximately equivalent to August and traditionally used by Ngāti Awa.

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