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whare wānanga Play
1. (noun) university, place of higher learning - traditionally, places where tohunga taught the sons of rangatira their people's knowledge of history, genealogy and religious practices.
Ā, i ēnei rā ka tū ngā kura reo ki ngā kuratini, ki ngā whare wānanga ko te iwi kāinga o taua rohe ngā kaiwhakahaere (HM 4/2008:1). / And these days language learning gatherings are held in polytehnics and universities and the local people of that area are the organisers.
See also whare pūrākau
Whare Wānanga o Ōtākou, Te Play
1. (location) University of Otago.
Ka hoki anō a Erihana ki te Whare Wānanga o Ōtākou i te tau 1925 ki te whai i te mātauranga o runga atu e pā ana ki ngā rongoā o ngā whenua pārūrū (TTR 1998:39). / In 1925 Ellison returned to Otago University to undertake postgraduate studies in tropical medicine.