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kohikohi Play

1. (verb) (-a) to collect, gather together.

Ka kitea e ia te wāhi, arā, te urupā o Te Kooti, ā, ka riro māna tonu e hahu, e kohikohi ngā wheua, ā, māna e hari atu ki Tūranga (TTT 1/3/1924:12). / He found the place, that is the burial place of Te Kooti, and it would be for him to disinter and collect the bones and he would take them to Gisborne.

kohikohi Play

1. (noun) trumpeter, Latris lineata - a fish, yellow-brown on the back and sides with three bands of olive to yellow-green along the side. Belly silvery yellow, body elongated and compressed. Head with distinct concave profile.

Ko ētahi o āna mahi i te moutere he hopu haere, he kohi haere rānei i ētahi atu momo kai, arā, i te kekeno, i te kina, i te pāua, i te pākirikiri, i te mararī, i te kohikohi me te weka (TTR 1996:72). / Some of her tasks on the island was hunting and gathering various types of food, such as seals, sea-urchins, pāua, blue cod, butterfish, trumpeter and weka.

2. (noun) opalfish, Hemerocoetes spp. - a slender-bodied fish with a flattened shovel-like head and a knob at the tip of the jaw.

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