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Te Aka Aorere Play

1. (personal noun) New Zealand Embassy.

Aka Matua o Te Ture, Te Play

1. (loan) Law Commission.

aka Play

1. (noun) vine of any climbing plant, long and thin roots.

Ko te hīnaki aka anō te mea pai ake ki te hopu tuna, i tā te Pākehā HP 1991:15). / The eel pot made from vines is a better one to catch eels than that of the Pākehā.

2. (noun) small white rātā, clinging rātā, Metrosideros perforata, large-flowered rātā vine, Metrosideros albiflora - vines with white, fluffy flowers. A number of climbing plants have aka- as a prefix to their names.

See also akatea

3. (noun) Vine - a short form video-sharing service that allows users to record and edit six-second long video clips, which can be then published through Vine's social network and shared on other services such as Facebook and Twitter. Usually Te Aka.

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