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tāwhaowhao Play

1. (noun) driftwood, debris cast up on the beach.

He tāngata ahu māra te mahi a ngā Rikihana, ā, i mua o te haerenga, o te hokinga mai rānei o Īnia i te kura, he miraka kau, he kato manga, he kohikohi, he tapahi tāwhaowhao mai i te ākau wāna mahi (TTR 2000:225). / The Rikihanas were market gardeners and before or after school Īnia had to milk cows, pick vegetables, and collect and chop driftwood from the beach.


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