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kāri Play

1. (loan) (noun) card, playing card.

Ko ngā mea kino o roto o te Pākehā me whakarihariha - ko te inu rama, ko te purei kāri, ko te aha, ko te aha (TKP 17/5/1858:2). / Despise the bad things amongst the Pākehā - drinking rum, playing cards and such like.


kari Play

1. (verb) (-a) to dig, dig up, dig for, thrash.

He tāone nō Ihipa a Huehi. I karia he awa i reira hei hui i Te Metitarēniana ki Te Moana Whero (TWMNT 15/3/1879:342). / Suez is a city of Egypt. A canal was dug there to connect the Mediterranean to the Red Sea.


2. (noun) digging.

E kaha ana te kaiwaihanga ki te kī e rite ana ki te kaha o ngā tāngata tokowaru, ka oti nei i te tangata kotahi me ngā hōiho e rua mō te kari huarahi me te kari awa, arā, waikari (TPH 26/11/1905:5). / The developer loudly proclaims that what eight men can do one man and two horses can achieve in digging roads and drains.


kāri Play

1. (loan) (noun) guard (railway).

E kore te kāri e titiro ki tō āhua, he Māori he Pākehā rānei, kei tō tikiti kē tō tika, ki te tika tērā, ka tika tō haere (TP 5/1904:3). / The guard won’t look at your appearance, whether you are a Māori or a Pākehā; your right (to travel) is in your ticket, if it is in order, then your journey will be in order.


kāri Play

1. (loan) (noun) garden, cultivation, vineyard.

Tāua ka haere ki te ngaki i te kāri. / Let's go and weed the garden.


kāri huritau Play

1. (loan) (noun) birthday card.


kāri pakihi Play

1. (loan) (noun) business card.


kaingaki kāri Play

1. (loan) (noun) gardener.

Hua noa ia ko te kaingaki kāri, nā ko tana meatanga ki a ia, E mara, ki te mea kua mauria atu ia e koe, kōrerotia ki ahau te wāhi i whakatakotoria ai ia, ā māku ia e tango atu (PT Hoani 20:15). / She, supposing him to be the gardener, said to him, "Sir, if you have taken him, tell me where he was laid out, and I will take him away."

See also kaingaki māra


kāri tahua Play

1. (noun) bankcard.


kāri nama Play

1. (loan) (noun) credit card.


purei kāri Play

1. (loan) (noun) playing cards.

Ko ngā mea kino o roto o te Pākehā me whakarihariha – ko te inu rama, ko te purei kāri, ko te aha, ko te aha (TKP 17/5/1858:2). / Despise the bad things amongst the Pākehā – drinking rum, playing cards and such like.
(Te Māhuri Textbook (Ed. 2): 66-69;)


putu kāri Play

1. (loan) (noun) deck of cards.


kāri Kirihimete Play

1. (loan) (noun) Christmas card.


whakanuka kāri Play

1. (loan) (noun) poker (card game).

Ko ia tana hoa tākaro korowha, purei whakanuka kāri i ētehi rā mutunga wiki nei (TTR 2000:20). / He was his golfing companion and they played poker on occasional weekends.


kāri pere Play

1. (loan) (noun) arrow card (maths).


kāri taurewa Play

1. (loan) (noun) credit card.


kāri tohutau Play

1. (loan) (noun) numeral card (maths).


pūkei kāri Play

1. (loan) (noun) pack of cards.

Nā Hare te pūkei kāri i hari mai. / Harry brought the pack of cards.


kāri mahara Play

1. (noun) memory card.

He hanga iti te kāri mahara hei pupuri raraunga matihiko, pērā i te whakaahua, i te puoro me te kōrero (RTA 2014:99). / The memory card is a small device for storing digital information such as images, music and speech (RTA 2014:99).


Kāri o Kehemane Play

1. (loan) (location) Garden of Gethsemane - garden between Jerusalem and the Mount of Olives where Jesus went with his disciples after the Last Supper.

See also Kehemane


kāri whakaheke utu Play

1. (loan) (noun) discount card.

Kia kuhuna atu te kāri whakaheke utu i te tuatahi (HJ 2012:255). / Firstly, insert the discount card.


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