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1. (noun) eye.
E ai ki ngā kōrero i whakapurua e Te Whānau-a-Apanui ngā karu o te papa angaanga o tana matua, o Te Pori-o-te-rangi, ki te harare pūwhero (TTR 1990:276). / It is said that Te Whānau-a-Apanui plugged up the eye sockets of the skull of her father, Te Pori-o-te-rangi, with red sealing wax.
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1. (noun) microscope.
He rauropi tino ririki te moroiti, kāore e kitea e te karu tangata, mā te karu whārahi kē e kitea ai (RP 2009:292). / A micro-organism is an extremely small organism that cannot be seen by the naked eye, but is visible under a microscope (RP 2009:292).
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1. (noun) fish eye lens.
Ko te karu ika tētahi atu momo arotahi, he tino whārahi. Arā, he tino tawhiti mai i tētahi pito o te whakaahua ki tētahi, ā, ka hakoko te whakaahua (RTA 2014:81). / The fish eye is another type of lens that is very wide. That is, it is a great distance from one end of the image to the other and the image is curved.
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1. (personal name) Henry Williams.
I te tau 1840, i te marama o Hānuere, ka haere rāua ko Te Korohiko ki Pēwhairangi i te taha o Te Karu Whā, o te Rōpū Hāhi Mihinare, ki ngā hui whakawhitiwhiti kōrero mō te Tiriti o Waitangi (TTR 1990:187). / In January 1840, he and Te Korohiko travelled to the Bay of Islands with Henry Williams of the Church Missionary Society to the gathering discussing the Treaty of Waitangi.