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wharepaku

1. (noun) toilet, lavatory, convenience, latrine, loo, bog.

Ka tae rawa māna te haute, kei te wharepaku kē e whakaroaroa ana (hKK 1999:188). / When it finally comes for him to shout he's at the toilet procrastinating.

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See also whare paku, heketua, wharetiko

wharepaku whaikaha

1. (noun) disabled toilet.

E tika ana kia hangaia he wharepaku whaikaha mā ngā tāngata whaikaha. / It's appropriate that disabled toilets are built for people with disabilities.

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