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1. (noun) flock, herd, mob, swarm, cluster.
Nō muri ka rongo rātou ki ētahi tāngata he rāhui maki kūao nāna rātou i epaepa ki te kōwhatu i a rātou e hī ana (TWM 2/7/1868:4). / Later they heard from some people that it was a mob of young monkeys that pelted them with stones while they were fishing.
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2. (noun) bundle.
Nō te hoenga mai i Ahuahu ka whanakotia e tētahi te rāhui aruhe, whakapekea ana, ka utaina ki runga o te waka (TWMNT 11/9/1872:113). / When they paddled here from Great Mercury Island someone stole a bag of fern root, hid it and placed it onto the canoe.
1. (verb) (-ngia,-tia) to put in place a temporary ritual prohibition, closed season, ban, reserve - traditionally a rāhui was placed on an area, resource or stretch of water as a conservation measure or as a means of social and political control for a variety of reasons which can be grouped into three main categories: pollution by tapu, conservation and politics. Death pollutes land, water and people through tapu. A rāhui is a device for separating people from tapu things. After an agreed lapse of time, the rāhui is lifted. A rāhui is marked by a visible sign, such as the erection of a pou rāhui, a post. It is initiated by someone of rank and placed and lifted with appropriate karakia by a tohunga.
Ka rāhuitia ngā pipi, ka oha (W 1971:237). / When the cockles are protected from being harvested they become plentiful.
(Te Kōhure Textbook (Ed. 2): 226-227;)
See also whatu
2. (modifier) reserved, restricted access, restricted.
I pā ā-tinana tonu a Īhāia ki ngā whakahaere a te kōti whenua i te wā o ngā huihuinga autō mō te poraka o Waikōpiro me ētahi atu, nō mua kē atu he whenua rāhui i kōwhakina mai i te poraka o Waipukurau (TTR 1994:30). / Ihaia had personal experience of the operations of land court during the protracted hearings concerning the Waikōpiro block and others, which were originally reserves separated off from the Waipukurau block.
3. (noun) warning sign that a rāhui is in place, sanctuary, resource reserve, temporary prohibition.
Ko te pou rāhui te tohu o te rāhui, he mea pani ki te whero. Hei ētahi wā ka whakairia he kākahu, he hukahuka, he rarauhe rānei hei tohu i te rāhui. He wā ko te rangatira tonu ka whakatau i te rāhui (Te Ara 2013). / A rāhui was often indicated by a post painted red. Sometimes clothing, a lock of hair, or bracken fern might be hung to signal a rāhui. Sometimes a chief would place the rāhui.
whenua rāhui Play
1. (noun) reserve, reserve land - land set aside for a special purpose.
Tata ki te katoa o ngā taitara mō ngā whenua rāhui nei i te herea ki ngā rīhi mutunga kore, utunga paku (Te Ara 2014). / Nearly all of the titles for these reserve lands are tied to low-yielding leases in perpetuity.
Rāhui Pōkeka Play
1. (location) Huntly (Waikato).
I Waahi, i te kaokao tonu o Rāhui Pōkeka, a Korokī rātou ko tōna whānau e taki noho ana (TTR 1998:87). / Korokī and his family lived at Waahi, near Huntly.
pou rāhui Play
1. (noun) rāhui post - a post marking a temporary prohibition.
Ka whakatauhia te rāhui i ngā wā e tūpuhi ana te kaimoana, inā rānei ka toremi he tangata. I ō mua wā ka tokona te pou rāhui hei whakaatu i te wāhi. Ka whakairia ki runga i te pou nei he rimurimu, he kākahu rānei nō taua tangata i toremi (Te Ara 2014). / Rāhui are imposed at times when the seafood was depleted, or when a person drowned. In earlier times a rāhui post was stuck in the ground to indicate the area. Seaweed was hung on the post, or a piece of clothing of the person who had drowned.
See also rāhui