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taeratanga Play

1. (noun) sexuality.


hōkakatanga Play

1. (noun) sexuality.

Mai i tōna tamarikitanga tae rā anō ki te tīmatanga o tōna pakeketanga, he mea huna tōna hōkakatanga e ia. / From his childhood right through to the beginning of adulthood he hid his sexuality.


mate paipai Play

1. (noun) sexually transmitted disease, STD, venereal disease.

He mea kōmekemeke ngā rau hei tākai mō ngā keha, mō te mate paipai hoki (Te Ara 2011). / Leaves were pounded and applied as a poultice for ulcers and sexually transmitted diseases.


onioni Play

1. (verb) (-a,-tia) to move, wriggle, have sexual intercourse, copulate, make love.

`I hangaia e ia he ture kia kore ai te tangata e poka noa; e onioni i waenga pārae (TTR 1990:313). / He made laws whereby a person would not have unregulated sexual conduct in open places.


2. (modifier) copulating, making love, having sex.

Hai ngā whakairo kitea ai te ure tāne me te tara wahine tae atu ki te mahi onioni (Te Ara 2016). / Male and female sexual organs are seen in carvings, including sexual intercourse.


3. (noun) sexual intercourse.

E whakaatu ana te taupoki o tēnei waka huia i te onioni a te tāne me te wahine (Te Ara 2016). / The lid of this treasure box shows sexual intercourse of a male with a woman.


taihemahema Play

1. (noun) genitals (of either gender), reproductive organ, sexual organs.

Ko ngā taihemahema ngā wāhanga ai o te tinana o te tāne me te wahine, o te tipu rānei, e whakatōkia ai he uri. / The reproductive organs are the parts of the body of a male and female, or of a plant, whereby offspring are produced.


tauonioni Play

1. (verb) to copulate, have sexual intercourse.

Ka tahuri te kararehe rā mā muri tauonioni ai, me te ngau anō i te kakī o te uwha (PK 2008:891). / Than animal set about copulating from behind, and biting the neck of the female.


ekeeke Play

1. (verb) (-ngia,-tia,-a) to get on, embark, board (a vessel), mount (horses, vehicles, etc.) - a number of people.

Kua eke katoa ngā pāhihi kei runga poti. Kei te ekeeke hoki te kāpene me ngā hēramana ināianei (TP 10/1909:9). / All the passengers have boarded the boat. Now the captain and the sailors are boarding.


2. (verb) (-a,-ngia) to have sex, copulate, have sexual intercourse, mount.

Ka tahuri te toa mā muri ekeeke ai i te uwha (PK 2008:57) / The ram turned to mount the ewe from the back.


karihika Play

1. (modifier) lewd, immoral, crude, erotic, sexy, pornographic.

He whetū nui a Pareārau, he wahine karihika, he wahine tīweka (W 1971:101). / Jupiter is a large heavenly body, an immoral female, a woman who strays.


2. (noun) copulation, sexual union.


3. (noun) pornography.


4. (noun) slut, prostitute, whore.

I pukuriri a ia i runga i te karanga he karihika a ia (Ng 1993:435). / She was angry at being called a slut (Ng 1993:435).


pāwhera Play

1. (verb) (-tia) to cut open and dry fish.


2. (verb) (-tia) to violate a woman, rape, sexually assault.

Ka haria ia ki te kōti i runga anō i te whakapae nāna tētahi wahine i pāwhera i te tau waru tekau mā whā, i Heretaunga. / He was taken to court because he was accused of raping a woman in '86 in Hastings.


3. (noun) dried fish.

Ka whakairia te pāwhera rā e Awanui ki roto i te whata (TWK 17:29). / Awanui hung the dried fish in the storehouse.


4. (noun) rape, sexual violation.

E whakaae ana ngā ngaio tikanga Māori ehara te kai whiore (ngau whiore rānei) me te pāwhera i te āhuatanga nō te ao Māori tūturu (Te Ara 2014). / Experts on Māori customs agree that incest and rape were not condoned in the traditional Māori world.


Play

1. (verb) (-kia,-ngia) to touch, strike, hit (as by a stone), tag, affect.

E kīia ana i pāngia ia e tētahi mate pīwa (TP suppl 8/1899:2). / It is said that he was suffering from a fever.

See also pānga


2. (verb) (-kia,-ngia) to be connected with, relate to, pertaining to, regarding.

Ko ētahi o ēnei e ana ki ngā whakamārama kāore i oti i a Tā Apirana: ko ētahi he whakatikatika noa iho i ngā wāhi i hapa i te kaipatopato (M 2007:viii). / Some of these relate to the explanations not completed by Sir Apirana: others are just corrections in the places where the typist made errors.


3. (verb) to be heard, reach one's ears, hold personal communication with.

Ka te karanga a te tangata nei, "Ko Te Kahureremoa, ē." (NM 1928:124). / This man's call was heard, "It's Te Kahureremoa."


4. (verb) to blow (as the wind).

Kīhai hoki te hau rā i roa rawa e ana, kua mutu (NM 1928:80). / And the wind wasn't blowing for very long when it stopped.


5. (verb) (-kia,-ngia) to participate, act together, act in concert, join in (an undertaking).

Mā tātau katoa e ngaki te purapura i ruia nei e tō tātau kaumātua, kore hoki e oti i te tangata kotahi te mahi, engari me ohu te mahi ka oti ai - koia nei tā onamata tū whakaaro, tāne, te wahine, te iti, te rahi, me katoa ki te mahi (TPH 27/3/1905:2). / We will all cultivate the seeds sown by our elder and it will not be done by one person, but the work should be done as a working party so that it is completed - that was the attitude in former times, men, women, the lowly and the important people, they should all participate in the task.


6. (verb) to have sexual intercourse.

Nei koa he puhi te wahine nei, kāhore he tāne i noa ki a ia (NM 1928:160). / The fact was that this woman was a virgin, no man having had sexual intercourse with her.


7. (noun) contact (netball, etc.).


taitōkai Play

1. (verb) (-tia) to sexually abuse.

I taunutia te tangata weriweri nō te mea i taitōkaitia ētahi tamariki o te kura e ia. / The horrible man was jeered because he sexually abused some school children.


2. (modifier) sexually abusing.

I te kōti ia i raro i te hāmene taitōkai tekau. / He was in court on ten sexual abuse charges.


3. (noun) sexual abuse.

Kua hāmenehia te tangata mō te taitōkai tamariki. / The man has been charged with the sexual abuse of children.


mahimahi Play

1. (verb) to copulate, have sexual intercourse, have sex, make love.

Ka puta te kupu a Te-manu-i-te-rā ki a Tāwhaki, "Kaua e puta ki waho i tā kōrua whare mahimahi ai, kei werohia korua e ngā hihi o Te-manu-i-te-rā.’ Kīhai i whakarongo a Tāwhaki, puta ana ki waho mahimahi ai (JPS 1892:22x). / Te-manu-i-te-rā (The-bird-in-the-sun) said to Tāwhaki, "Do not go out of your house to make love, lest you be pierced by Te-manu-i-te-rā's rays." Tāwhaki did not listen, and they went outside and made love.


2. (noun) sexual intercourse, love-making, copulation, sex.

Nā, ka mutu tā rāua mahimahi, haere kē ana a Tāwhaki ki tētehi wāhi kē atu (JPS 1892:22x). / Now, when their love making had ended, Tāwhaki went away to a different place.


3. (noun) low-born, commoner, plebeian.


4. (noun) hīnau, Elaeocarpus dentatus - tall forest tree with long leaves, whitish underneath and producing masses of white flowers and edible berries, the pounded kernels of which form a meal from which hīnau bread is baked, while the bark is used for dye for the initial stage of producing the black of muka.

See also hīnau


oni Play

1. (verb) to wriggle, move, make sensual movements, make lascivious movements, make erotic movements.

I mahia e rāua ki te oni, ā, kata ana a Kae (White 2 1889:124). / They performed erotic movements and Kae laughed.


2. (verb) to perform sexual intercourse, copulate, have sex.

Ngaro atu ana te tokorua rā ki ngā rarauhe ki te oni (PK 2008:544). / That couple disppeared into the bracken fern to have sex.


3. (verb) to be almost, close to (of time).

Kua oni atu ki te iwa karaka (HJ 2012:286). / It's nearly nine o'clock.


4. (noun) wriggling, making sensual movements, making lascivious movements, erotic dancing.

Ka haka ngā wāhine rā, ka kōrero i ngā pūrākau, tē kata a Kae. Kia mahi rā anō rātou i te oni ka kata a Kae (Te Ara 2016). / Those women danced and told stories, but Kae would not laugh. It was not until they did erotic dances that Kae laughed.


aronga hōkaka Play

1. (noun) sexual orientation.


aronga taera Play

1. (noun) sexual orientation.


whakaputa uri tōrua Play

1. (noun) sexual reproduction.

Ko te whakaputa uri tōrua he tukanga o ngā rauropi, e hono tahi ai ngā pūtau hema o ngā mātua e rua (te toa me te uwha) hei whakaputa uri (RP 2009:445). / Sexual reproduction is a process in organisms where the gametes of two parents (male and female) are combined to produce off spring (RP 2009:445).


tōkai Play

1. (verb) to copulate, have sexual intercourse.

Me tōkai rawa te tangata e puta ai he uri ki te ao, engari arā ētahi momo ngārara ka whai uri me te kore tonu e tōkai (PK 2008:959). / Man must copulate in order to bring offspring into the world, but there are some insects that produce offspring without copulating.


kaikaiātara Play

1. (verb) to fornicate, have sexual intercourse outside marriage.


2. (modifier) fornicating.

Ka pā mai pea te mahi whakaito ki a koe mehemea ka whakaaturia ētahi pikitia kaikaiātara ki a koe i te wāhi mahi. / Sexual harassment might affect you if pictures of sexual intercourse are shown to you in the work place.


3. (noun) fornication, sexual intercourse outside marriage.


mahi whakaito Play

1. (noun) sexual harassment.

Ka pā mai pea te mahi whakaito ki a koe mehemea ka whakaaturia ētahi pikitia kaikaiātara ki a koe i te wāhi mahi. / Sexual harassment might affect you if pictures of sexual intercourse are shown to you in the work place.


taera Play

1. (noun) sexual desire.

Mā te taera ko te whānau tamariki hai kawe i te momo tangata (Ng 1993:423). / Sexual desire determines the procreation of the human species (Ng 1993:423).


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