1. altogether, in all, everything included, collectively, all told, in sum, in toto, taken together.
1. (verb) to be assembled.
2. (noun) assembly, synod.
Ko tana mahi nui rawa atu mā ngā Hāhi, ko te rironga nāna i taki te kapa waiata Mihingare i te Hui Tōpū Māori o Aotearoa i te marae o Tūrangawaewae i te tau 1962 (TTR 2000:134). / Her greatest contribution to other churches was in leading an Anglican culture group at the New Zealand-wide Māori Synod held at Tūrangawaewae marae in 1962.
1. (noun) annual meeting.
2. (verb) to moult, lose feathers.
Kei taua wā e turuki ai te pārera, ka haere ngā tāngata i runga i ngā waka me ngā kurī, ki te whakangau pārera, i tēnā rā, i tēnā rā, o te wā o te turukitanga (JPS 1895:142). / At the time that the ducks moult, the people proceed in their canoes with their dogs to hunt ducks on each day, so long as the moulting lasts.
8. (noun) subsidiary, supplement, addition, reinforcement, encore, epilogue - anything supplementary or in support.
1. (loan) (noun) police officer, constable, cop, policeman, police woman.
E kī ana taua rata, he kore moni nā te Kāwanatanga, hei utu mō tāna mahi tirotiro tūroro Māori, ko tōna utu pirihimana tonu e ora nei ia, i āna mahi titiro tūroro Māori (TW 12/2/1875:9). / The doctor says that the Government do not pay him for attending Māori patients, it is his own salary for police that keeps him, when attending Māori patients.
1. (verb) to give something secretly or quietly - used of giving koha in person directly and unobtrusively to the rangatira or a member of the bereaved family at a hui or tangihanga.
See also kōkuhu
2. (verb) to introduce surreptitiously.
Kia kore ai e tutū te puehu i āta haere noa te kōkohu mai a Īhaka i ngā take nei, arā, i te whakahaere o ngā karakia hou, ture hou rānei a te Hāhi (TTR 2000:93). / To avoid disruption, Īhaka surreptitiously introduced these matters slowly, whether it was the organisation of the new liturgy, or new rules of the church.
1. (noun) King Movement gathering - hui held on marae where people who support the Kīngitanga demonstrate their loyalty, contribute to funds and discuss movement affairs.
(Te Kōhure Textbook (Ed. 2): 26-28; Te Kōhure Video Tapes (Ed. 1): 1;)
Nō te tau 1885, i tīmataria e ia te tikanga mō te poukai e torotoro ā-tau haere ai te Kīngi i ngā marae o te Kīngitanga ki te whakatītina i ngā iwi kia taki hokihoki ki ō rātou marae, ahakoa mō te wā kotahi noa iho i te tau (TTR 1994:133). / In 1885 he initiated the institution of poukai, where the King would pay annual visits to King movement marae to encourage people to return to their home marae even if it was just once a year.