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tūkino Play

1. (verb) (-hia,-tia) to ill-treat with violence, rape, torture, destroy, abuse, maltreat, violate, mistreat.

E kī ana a Te Taite Te Tomo nō te tau 1910 ka tīkina e tētahi o ngā mokopuna a Te Heuheu, e Hōri Tamaiwhana, ngā wheua o tōna tipuna, he wehi kei tūkinotia e te Pākehā, e nui ana hoki te haere ki Tongariro (M 2004:254). / According to Te Taite Te Tomo, in the year 1910, one of Te Heuheu's grandsons, Hōri Tamaiwhana, brought back his grandfather's remains, because it was feared they would be interfered with by Europeans, who were then visiting Tongariro in increasing numbers.


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2. (modifier) unjust, unfair, violent, destructive, cruel, abusive.

Ka puta ngā kōrero māia, ngā kōrero tōkeke a Pēneti ki te whakahē i te mahi tūkino a te ture, e whaina nei i tētehi tangata mō te hī ika mai i tōna ake tuaone, hopu ai i ngā ika i tukua pokanoatia ki ngā moana, kīhai hoki i whakaaetia e te hunga nō rātau aua moana (TTR 1996:5). / Bennett spoke out to condemn the unjust activities of the law in fining a man for fishing on his own lake frontage for fish liberated in the lakes without the consent of the lake owners.


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3. (noun) destruction, ill-treatment, abuse, torture, cruelty.

Kua kore e taea te huna te heitara mō te tūkino a ngā hōia i a rātou mauhere (PK 2008:100). / It is no longer possible to hide the accusation concerning the soldiers' torture of their prisoners.


Heuheu Tūkino IV, Horonuku Te Play

1. (personal name) (1820?-1888) Ngāti Tūwharetoa; ariki and carver who supported Te Kooti against government forces. He gave Tongariro, Ngāuruhoe and Ruapehu to the Crown for a National Park in 1887.


Heuheu Tūkino I, Herea Te Play

1. (personal name) (?-1820) Ngāti Tūwharetoa; ariki and warrior.


Heuheu Tūkino II, Mananui Te Play

1. (personal name) (?-1846) Ngāti Tūwharetoa; ariki and warrior who succeeded Herea and became an important leader of his time. He died in a landslide that engulfed Te Rapa, the village where he lived. In this illustration by George Angus, Mananui is seated in front of his younger brother, Iwikau.


Heuheu Tūkino III, Iwikau Te Play

1. (personal name) (?-1862) Ngāti Tūwharetoa; warrior and younger brother of Mananui whom he succeeded as ariki. He supported the establishment of the Kīngitanga and Pōtatau Te Wherowhero as King. In this illustration by George Angus, Iwikau is standing behind his elder brother Mananui.


Heuheu Tūkino VII, Hepi Hoani Te Play

1. (personal name) (1919-1997) Ngāti Tūwharetoa; leader and ariki.


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