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taonga tuku iho Play

1. (noun) heirloom, something handed down, cultural property, heritage.

I ōna taringa mau haere tonu ai a Te Kani i ngā tautau me ana mōtoi pounamu, he taonga tuku iho ki a ia nā Rāpata Wahawaha rāua ko Te Pairi Tūterangi, te tohunga nei o Tūhoe, te kaiwhakaako hoki i a Te Kani (TTR 1998:206). / He always wore greenstone ear pendants inherited from Rāpata Wahawaha and Te Pairi Tūterangi, the Tūhoe tohunga, and Te Kani's instructor.


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