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hinengaro Play

1. (noun) mind, thought, intellect, consciousness, awareness.

Ko te take, ko tētahi rānei o ngā take, i rite ai te tangata ki te Atua nā te mea he hinengaro tō te tangata (TP 5/1906:1). / The reason, or one of the reasons, that humans are like God is because humans have an intellect.


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2. (stative) psychological.


hinengaro makere Play

1. (verb) to be forgetful, absent-minded.

Nōku kē ka hoki mai nei ka whakaae kua hinengaro makere noa iho au nā te mea i wareware i a au te take i haere pērā atu ai au. / On my return I agreed that I had become absent-minded because I forgot why I went there.


2. (adjective) be absent-minded, forgetful.

Kāore tonu au i te maumahara kei whea ake nei aku mōhiti, he hinengaro makere nōku. / I can't remember just where my glasses are, I'm so forgetful.


Synonyms: pakihaha


3. (noun) forgetful person, scatterbrain.

Kātahi te hinengaro makere ko koe, e hoa. / What a forgetful person you are, my friend.


kaiwhakamahereora hinengaro Play

1. (noun) mental health counsellor, mental health practitioner.


kaiwhakaora hinengaro Play

1. (noun) psychotherapist.


mate hinengaro Play

1. (noun) psychiatric disorder, mental illness.

I whakamātau anō hoki a ia ki te whakakore atu i ngā mataku me ngā kōaro o te hunga noa mō te āhua o te mate hinengaro (TTR 2000:123). / She also attempted to dispel public fears and prejudices about mental illness.


mātai hinengaro Play

1. (noun) psychology - scientific study of the human mind and its functions, especially those affecting behaviour in a particular context.


hauora hinengaro Play

1. (noun) mental health.


whakaora hinengaro Play

1. (noun) psychotherapy - treatment of mental disorder by psychological means.


hinengaro hauā Play

1. (noun) intellectually handicapped.


rata hauora hinengaro Play

1. (noun) psychiatrist.


koi te hinengaro Play

1. (modifier) intelligent.

Ehara i te tangata purotu, engari he tangata koi te hinengaro, he tangata māhaki (TTR 1900:328). / He wasn't a handsome man, but he was intelligent and humble.


mātauranga mate hinengaro Play

1. (noun) psychiatry.

E whā ngā pēpa he mea pānui atu e Rina Moore ki te hui ā-taiao tuawhā mō te mātauranga mate hinengaro pāpori i Iharaira i te tau 1972 (TTR 2000:125). / Rina Moore delivered four papers at the fourth International Congress of Social Psychiatry in Israel in 1972.


mana whakairo hinengaro Play

1. (noun) intellectual property rights.

Kāre e taea e ngā ture o nāianei te takahi i ngā mana ā-iwi, mana whakairo hinengaro ā-tangata whenua hoki (RT 2013:38). / The laws of today are not able to trample on tribal rights and the intellectual property rights of indigenous people.


mātai mate hinengaro Play

1. (noun) psychiatry.


mātanga mate hinengaro Play

1. (noun) psychiatrist, mental health specialist.

Koia nei te wiki mate hinengaro, nā reira kei te hiahia ngā mātanga mate hinengaro kia huri ngā whakaaro o te tangata ki ngā momo mate hinengaro. / This is Mental Health awareness week, so psychiatrists want people to think about mental illness.


kaituku haumanu hinengaro Play

1. (noun) psychotherapist.


manga hauora hinengaro Play

1. (noun) mental health unit.


tākuta hauora hinengaro Play

1. (loan) (noun) psychiatrist.


kaimātai hauora hinengaro Play

1. (noun) psychologist.


whakariterite ā-hinengaro Play

1. (noun) mental preparation.


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