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kaihaka

1. (noun) performer.

Ko te whānau Grennell ētahi anō hoki o ngā kaihaka o te rōpū kōnohete i whakahaerea rā e Rāhera Tainui, he whaea kēkē nō Airini (TTR 2000:63). / The Grennell family were some of the performers of the concert party run by Rāhera Tainui, an aunt of Airini.

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