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tōtiti Play

1. (loan) (noun) sausage.

Ki te purua atu he poaka ora i tētahi pito o taua mīhini, ka puta mai he tōtiti katoa i tētahi pito (TP 10/1899:12). / If a live pig is thrust in one end of the machine, sausages all emerge at the other end.

tōtiti tina Play

1. (loan) (noun) luncheon sausage.

Āta pōkaihia ngā tōtiti tina, ka whakamau ai ki te kapeniho (HJ 2012:232). / Carefully roll up the luncheon sausage, then secure it with a toothpick.

tōtiti wera Play

1. (noun) hot dog.

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