1. (personal noun) foreigner, European, non-Māori, colonist.
Kua puta hoki te kōrero ka orotātia te iwi Māori e Tauiwi, ka riro ō rātou whenua (TTR 1990:101). / Stories had emerged that the Europeans would exterminate the Māori people, and take their lands.
Ahakoa ki tāna anō kī, he tangata rata a Taiaroa ki te Pākehā, engari e noho āhua hihira ana ia ki te haere mai o Tauiwi ki konei noho ai (TTR 1990:136). / Despite saying that he liked the Pākehā, Taiaroa remained guarded about foreigners coming here to settle.
5. (noun) alien, stranger, foreigner, non-Māori.
Ko te kupu 'utu' tētahi atu, engari ehara ko te 'revenge' noa iho tōna tikanga e ai ki te pōhēhē o ngā tauiwi e whakamahi ana i te kupu (New Zealand Herald 21/7/2014). / The word 'utu' is another, but it does not simply mean 'revenge' as non-Māori people using the word mistakenly suppose.