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raupatu Play

1. (verb) (-hia,-ngia,-tia) to conquer, overcome, take without any right.

Ka whiwhi te iwi ki tētahi paremata me tētahi whakapāha mō ngā whenua i raupatutia e te Karauna i te tekau tau atu i 1860 (Te Ara 2012). / The tribe obtained compensation and an apology for the land which was confiscated in the 1860s by the Crown.


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2. (modifier) conquered, confiscated.

I whakamāramatia i taua hui te nui o ngā whenua i riro hē i te rerekē o te mahinga a te Pākehā mo aua tū whenua riro atu ana i te utu iti rawa ētahi, ko ētahi i murua hētia i raro i ngā take raupatu (TTT 1/3/1926:360). / At that meeting it was explained that much land had been taken illegally by the Pākehā and those types of land were acquired, some with very small payment and others were confiscated by reason of conquest.
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3. (noun) conquest, confiscation.

Mea ake pea hoki ka whiwhi inati ngā iwi e tohe nei kia whakaarohia tō rātau mate i ngā raupatu o mua (TTT 1/8/1923:4). / Perhaps soon the tribes who are persisting that their problem from the past confiscations be considered will obtain a share.


whenua raupatu Play

1. (noun) confiscated land - land taken by force.

Ka mutu te pakanga, e kōingo tonu ana te Pirimia a Pita Pereiha ki te whakatau i te kāpeneheihana a Tainui mō ngā whenua raupatu (TTR 1998:68). / When the war ended, the Prime Minister, Peter Fraser wanted to settle compensation for Tainui land confiscations.


take raupatu Play

1. (noun) land right obtained by conquest.

He take raupatu te kerēme a Ngāti Toa ki aua whenua taupatupatu (TTR 1994:38). / Ngāti Toa's claim to those disputed lands was by right of conquest.


muru raupatu Play

1. (verb) (-tia) to confiscate.

Nō muri i te riri ka muru raupatutia ngā whenua o Waikato (TTR 1990:71). / After the war the lands of Waikato were confiscated.


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