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kawenata Play

1. (loan) (noun) covenant, testament, charter, contract, agreement, treaty - any undertaking that binds the parties in a permanent and morally irrevocable relationship.

Ka horahia he kawenata kia kaua ngā rākau o taua ngahere e tuaina mō āke tonu atu. / A covenant was placed on that forest that trees would never be felled.

See also kawenati, kaweneti


Kawenata Hou Play

1. (loan) (noun) New Testament.


Kawenata Tahito Play

1. (loan) (noun) Old Testament.


Kawenata Tawhito Play

1. (loan) (noun) Old Testament.

Ahakoa i eke tōna mōhiotanga ki te Kawenata Tawhito ki te taumata e tareka ai e ia te taupetupetu, ko te āhua nei kāre ia i huri ki te whakapono Karaitiana (TTR 1994:39). / Although he knew enough of the Old Testament to be able to debate, it appears he was not converted to Christianity.


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