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kōti Play

1. (loan) (noun) gorse, Ulex europaeus.

Nā Piri i āwhina te mahi whakawātea i te papanga i te kōti me te parakipere, hei whakatū i ngā whare tuatahi (TTR 1998:143). / Piri helped clear the land of gorse and blackberry to erect the first houses.


kotī Play

1. (verb) to spurt out, flow.


2. (verb) to come into bloom.

Ka pua rā ngā taewa, ka kotī (W 1971:148). / The potatoes bud and come into full bloom.


koti Play

1. (verb) (-a) to cut in two, divide, cut off, interrupt.

Ka kawea te popoki ki mua, ka oti te kawe, ka hohoki mai ka kotia te pito (M 2007:14). / The placenta is carried to the front, and when done, the umbilical cord is cut.


koti Play

1. (loan) (noun) coat.

He tini noa atu ana koti, tarautete, wēkete, pōtae, kiapa, kāone, paraikete, raka, me ngā tini mea katoa e paingia e te Māori (TW 22/6/1878:309). / He has a great many coats, trousers, waistcoats, hats, caps, gowns, blankets, locks and all the many things liked by Māori.


kōti Play

1. (loan) (verb) (-a,-ngia,-ria,-tia) to judge (in court).

Ko te take kāore tēnei whenua i kōtitia, kāore i Karauna Karātitia, he whenua papatupu tonu tēnei whenua ko Te Hāpuku tonu te Karauna Karāti o runga i te mana Māori takoto ai (TW 22/6/1878:319). / This land has not been passed through the Native Lands Court, there has not been a Crown grant issued for it, and it is held by Native title, as he, Te Hāpuku, is the sole (Crown grant) holder of this land and Te Hāpuku is the Native authority over this land.


2. (loan) (noun) court.

I ui mai a Te Hīni ki te pāremata, mehemea kua tae mai ngā kōrero o ngā tiati o te Kōti whakawā whenua Māori (TW 5/8/1874:3). / Mr Sheehan asked parliament if the deliberations of the judges of the Māori Land Court had arrived.


kōti Play

1. (loan) (noun) coach (transport).

Kei te rā whā ka haere ki Taupō i runga i te kōti mēra, e hoki ana ki Nēpia (TW 2/11/1878:550). / On the fourth day he went to Taupō on the mail coach, returning to Napier.


Hupirīmi Kōti Play

1. (loan) (noun) Supreme Court.


Kōti Matua Play

1. (loan) Supreme Court, High Court.

I te 17 o Hune nei, i whakawākia rāua i te Kōti Matua mō te hara tuhituhi pukanoa i ngā ingoa tāngata kē ki ngā tieki tono moni i ngā pēke, ā whakataua ana e te kōti kia kotahi tau mō tētahi, mō tētahi ki te whare herehere (TWMA 20/6/1884:3). / On 17th June they went on trial in the Supreme Court for writing fraudulent cheques and were each sentenced by the court to one year in prison.


Kōti Hupirīmi Play

1. (loan) Supreme Court.


Kōti Kamupeneheihana Play

1. (loan) Compensation Court.


Kōti Māori Play

1. (loan) Native Circuit Court.


Kōti Pāremata Play

1. (loan) Privileges Committee.


Kōti Pīra Play

1. (loan) Court of Appeal.


Kōti Ui Play

1. (loan) Coroner's Court.


Kōti Utunga Play

1. (loan) Compensation Court.


Kōti Whakawā Play

1. (loan) Native Circuit Court.


Kōti Whakawā Tuarua Play

1. (loan) Court of Appeal.


Tari Kōti, Te Play

1. (loan) Department of Courts.


Kōti Whenua Māori Play

1. (loan) Māori Land Court.

I te tau 1948, kīhai i momoho te petihana a Heke ki te Pāremata, ko tana tono rā kia uiuia ai te poraka e te Kōti Whenua Māori (TTR 2000:27). / In 1948 Heke's petition to Parliament to have the Māori Land Court investigate the block was unsuccessful.


Tumuaki o te Kōti Play

1. (loan) Chief Judge.

Mehemea kāore e whakaae katoa ngā tāngata nō rātou tētahi whenua, me tuku tonu atu e te Kōmihana ki te Tumuaki o te Kōti te rārangi ingoa o ngā tāngata e hē ana, me te tono hoki kia wāhia te whenua (RT 2013:100). / If the people who own a piece of land do not all agree, the Commissioner should submit the list of names of the people disagreeing to the Chief Judge with the request that the land be subdivided.


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