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Aotearoa Play

1. (location) North Island - now used as the Māori name for New Zealand.

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): 78;)


Penihana Aotearoa Play

1. (loan) (noun) New Zealand Superannuation.


Pāremata Aotearoa Play

1. (loan) New Zealand Parliament, House of Representatives.


Poirewa Aotearoa Play

1. (personal noun) Volleyball New Zealand.


Tatauranga Aotearoa Play

1. Statistics New Zealand.


Aotearoa Tuatahi Play

1. (personal name) New Zealand First (Party).


Paerewa Aotearoa Play

1. Standards New Zealand.


Toi Aotearoa Play

1. (noun) Creative New Zealand, Arts Council of New Zealand.


Ararau Aotearoa Play

1. Transit New Zealand.


Toi Māori Aotearoa Play

1. (noun) Māori Arts New Zealand.


Mana Arotake Aotearoa Play

1. Audit New Zealand.


Waka Rererangi Aotearoa Play

1. (personal noun) Air New Zealand.

I tonoa ia e Waka Rererangi Aotearoa kia waihangahia he tohu hei tā ki ō rātou waka rererangi (RTP 2015:116). / She was commissioned by Air New Zealand to create a logo to paint on their planes.


Uruwhenua o Aotearoa Play

1. New Zealand Passport Office.


Rōpū Aotearoa Tuatahi Play

1. (noun) New Zealand First Party - a political party established by Winston Peters in 1993.


Mana Rapuara Aotearoa Play

1. Careers New Zealand.


Ara Poutama Aotearoa Play

1. Department of Corrections.


Rōpū Ture o Aotearoa Play

1. (loan) New Zealand Law Society.


Pirihimana o Aotearoa, Ngā Play

1. (loan) New Zealand Police.


Wānanga o Aotearoa, Te Play

1. (location) a tertiary provider based in Te Awamutu.


Rōpū Pāpāho o Aotearoa Play

1. (noun) New Zealand Press Association.


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