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whanaunga Play

1. (noun) relative, relation, kin, blood relation.

Ko tētehi o aua keke i waiho hei tukutuku ki ngā whanaunga, i ia wāhi, i ia wāhi o Aotearoa, o Te Waipounamu (TW 21/2/1876:72). / One of those cakes was left to be sent to relatives in each part of the North and South Islands.
(Te Kākano Textbook (Ed. 2): 3; Te Pihinga Textbook (Ed. 2): 52-54;)


Ngāti Whanaunga Play

1. (personal noun) tribal group of the Coromandel Peninsula.


(Te Kākano Textbook (Ed. 2): 42;)


rauru whanaunga Play

1. (noun) blood relatives.

Tēnei te pōhiri atu nei ki a koutou, ngā rauru whanaunga, kia haere mai tātou ki Waikirikiri Marae i Ruātoki o roto o te Rohe Pōtae o Tūhoe ā te tekau mā waru o ngā rā o Mei (Wh4 2004:203). / This is an invitation to you all, our blood relatives, for us to come to Waikirikiri Marae at Ruātoki in the Tūhoe territory on 18 of May.


Horetā, Te Taniwha, Te Play

1. (personal name) (?-1853) Ngāti Whanaunga; leader who, as a boy, met Captain Cook at Whitianga.


(Te Kōhure Textbook (Ed. 2): 134;)


Taniwha, Te Horetā Te Play

1. (personal name) (?-1853) Ngāti Whanaunga; leader who, as a boy, met Captain Cook at Whitianga.


(Te Kōhure Textbook (Ed. 2): 134;)


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