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hāte Play

1. (loan) (noun) shirt.

Ka oti te whenua te tapahi, pania te wāhi i mahue atu i te pito o te tamaiti ki tētahi hinu poaka, ka tākai ai ki te kākahu, ki te hāte pakaru, ki tētahi aha rānei (Ma 1844:17). / When the afterbirth has been cut, smear the part of the baby’s navel that remains with some pig’s fat, then wrap it with some cloth, a bandage from a shirt or something.


hāte Play

1. (loan) (noun) heart (playing-card suit).

Ka riro i te hai hāte a Paki (HW 1969:86). / Paki had the ace of hearts.


piwara hāte Play

1. (loan) (noun) beaver felt top hat - a type of hat made of soft fur that had a sheen, which were popular in the mid 1800s.

Ka whiti te hihi o te rā ki runga ki tōna pōtae piwara hate, pīata ana tērā, kōrekoreko ana te kanohi i te tirohanga atu (TWMNT 31/1/1872:34). / When the rays of the sun shone on his beaver hat it shone and dazzled the eyes when one looked at it.


mauāhara Play

1. (verb) (-tia) to have ill feeling towards, hate, loathe.

He tangata tino kino a Makēnehi, i panaia ia i ngā teihana hipi katoa, nā reira ka mauāhara (TP 3/1904:8). / McKenzie was an evil man, who was banished from all the sheep stations, and as a result he is hateful.


2. (noun) hatred, malice, antagonism, animosity, loathing.

I kai ai i ō mātou hoariri, hei ngaki i te mauāhara a te ngākau pukuriri, ehara i te mate kai i kainga ai te tangata, engari he kai i te hoariri, kia ngata ai te ngākau kino ki a ia (JPS 1896:4). / We ate our enemies to satisfy the hatred of the angry heart, not through hunger after man's flesh, but enemies were eaten to assuage the bitter feelings we had.


kino Play

1. (verb) (-hia,-ngia,-tia) to dislike, hate, ill-treat.

Tērā anō ētahi tamariki Māori, hāwhe-kāihe hoki, e mea ana he Pākehā rātou, e whakapehapeha ana, e whakahāwea ana ki ō rātou whanaunga Māori. He whakaaro tūtūā, he whakaaro e tino kinongia ana e te Māori, e ngā Pākehā rangatira (HKW 1/12/1900:15). / There are some Māori children and half-casts who say they are Pākehā, and are conceited and show contempt towards their Maori relatives. It's disrespectful and an attitude hated by Māori and esteemed Pākehā.


2. (verb) to be evil, bad, naughty, badly behaved, ugly, untidy, spoilt, corrupted, damaged, defective, faulty, wicked, harmful.

I te 8 o ngā rā o Tīhema nei, ka ngaoko te whenua o Whanganui nei i te rū, ā, i pakaru ko ngā kōrere wai mai ki te tāone, i kino katoa (TJ 4/1/1898:6). / On the 8th December the land here at Whanganui shook from the earthquake and the water pipes to the town were badly damaged.


3. (modifier) bad, badly, disparaging, disparagingly, contemptuous, contemptuously, scathing, scathingly, disdainful, disdainfully, offensive, offensively, harmful - to indicate something done badly or to someone's detriment.

I kōrerotia kinotia a Pīhopa Herewini e te Pākehā mōna i tautoko i ngā Māori, otirā i kinongia anō hoki ia e Waikato mōna i uru ki ngā hōia Pākehā i te riri ki Rangiaohia (TTT 1/11/1927:683). / The Pākehā speak disparagingly of Bishop Selwyn because he supported the Māori, but Waikato also dislike him because he joined the Pākehā soldiers in the battle at Rangiaohia.


4. (noun) evil, wickedness, sin, vice, immorality.

Kāti te riri, whakarērea hoki te ārita; kei mamae koe, kei tākina kia mahi i te kino (PT Ngā Waiata 37:8). / Do not be angry, and forsake wrath; lest you be hurt or led into evil deeds.


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1. (verb) to loath, hate, detest, despise, abhor.

ana a roto, kē ana a waho (TWMNT 6/7/1875:159). / Inwardly hating, outwardly quite the contrary (NP 2001:346). (A whakataukī to describe someone who is able to hide their ill-feeling.)


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