Found 8 matches
1. (loan) (personal name) Levi.
Kua pihi te tokotoko a Ārona, tā te whare o Rīwai, kua wana, kua rāpupuku, kua kohera hoki he puāwai, kua hua he aramona (PT Tauanga 17:8). / The rod of Aaron for the house of Levi was budded, and brought forth buds, and bloomed blossoms, and yielded almonds.
1. (noun) potato, Solanum tuberosum.
Ko ngā kai o Ngāruawāhia i tukua mai mā Te Kāwana, he poaka, he rīwai, he rohi, he pīpipi, he pārera, he heihei (TPM 10/2/1863:8). / The food of Ngāruawāhia presented to the Governor was pork, potatoes, loaves of bread, turkey, duck and chicken.
tahitahi rīwai Play
1. (verb) to peel potatoes.
Ka tahuri ētahi o ngā pakeke ki te mahi hāngī, ki te tahitahi rīwai, ki te raranga rourou, ki te tapahi wahie, me ērā atu mahi mō te hāngī (TWK 1:26). / Some of the adults set about making the hāngī, peeling potatoes, platting food baskets, cutting firewood and other tasks for the hāngī.
2. (noun) potato peeler.
kotakota rīwai Play
1. (noun) potato chips, chips.
Nā tētahi tatauranga i te tau 2001 i whakaatu ko te ika me te kotakota rīwai tonu te ō rangaranga e hiahiatia rawatia ana (Te Ara 2013). / A 2001 survey found that fish and chips were still the most popular fast food.