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kawhe Play

1. (loan) (noun) coffee.

He maha ngā kai reka o reira, he kawhe, he huka, me ētahi atu hoki (MM.TKM 1/9/1855:6). / Coffee, sugar and many other tasty foods are grown there.

See also kawhi


kāwhe Play

1. (loan) (noun) calf.

I a au e tamariki ana ko tētahi o aku mahi hei āwhina i taku matua ko te whāngai i ngā kāwhe ki te miraka. / When I was young one of my jobs to help my father was to feed the calves with milk.


Kāwhe Play

1. (loan) (personal name) Goff.

I muri ka puta tonu mai te whakahau ki a Kāwhe, tōna komihana kia haere ki te iwi titiro ai i taua raruraru... (TJ 8/12/1898:2). / Afterwards, he ordered Goff, his commissioner, to go to the tribe and look into that dispute.


papara kawhe

1. (noun) coffee table.


pūrere kawhe Play

1. (loan) (noun) coffee machine.


mīhini kawhe Play

1. (loan) (noun) coffee machine.


tuari mahi kawhe Play

1. (loan) (noun) barista.


Synonyms: tuari


kanokawhe Play

1. (loan) (noun) coffee bean.


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