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hora Play

1. (verb) (-hia,-ia,-ina) to spread out, display, make public, scatter, lie scattered about, go, flee, escape.

He nui ngā kirikiri kua mauria mai i te whakatakere o te awa o Wharekahika mō ngā mahi raima, ā, hei hora haere ki runga i te huarahi (TTT 1/3/1928:746). / There is a lot of gravel that has been brought from the riverbed of the Wharekahika river for making concrete and to spread on the road.


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2. (verb) to lie prostrate (as a corpse).

Titiro ki te tangata e hora ana i tātahi (NM 1928:148). / Look at the man lying prostrate on the beach.


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3. (noun) spread, display.

Ahakoa kāore i tutuki te tono a te komiti, ko te mea nui i taea e Taiaroa ko te hora atu i ngā take a Ngāi Tahu ki mua i te Pāremata (TTR 1994:101). / Although the recommendation of the committee was not acted on, the important thing achieved by Taiaroa was the presentation of Ngāi Tahu claims before Parliament.


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4. (noun) wharawhara, Astelia banksii - a native plant related to the lily with silvery, grass-like, drooping leaves and small, cream flowers. Fruit is reddish purple. Grows on the ground or on rocks.


hora Play

1. (verb) to go, flee, escape.

Nā Hine a Te Tuhi, nāna i hora atu ki runga o Mokoia (G 1853:50). / Hine begat Te Tuhi, and he fled onto Mokoia Island.


hora raraunga Play

1. (noun) spread of data.


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