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nama Play

1. (loan) (verb) (-a,-hia,-ia,-ngia,-tia) to owe, borrow, obtain on credit, be in debt, give credit, lend, borrow on, mortgaged.

I te wā anō e whakahaerea ana ngā kerēme a ētahi, ka nama ngā whenua, kia riro ai he moni hei hoko waipiro (Popi 1896:116). / At a time when the claims of others are being dealt with, lands are borrowed on, in order to get money to buy alcohol.


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2. (loan) (modifier) in debt, borrowed, owed.

I taua wā noho nama ana taua pāriha mō te whakahoutanga i tōna whare karakia (TP 8/1909:8). / At that time, that parish remained in debt from the restoration of its church.


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3. (loan) (noun) debt, bill, invoice.

Ka māketitia ko tōna whenua hei whakaea i aua nama (TWMNT 16/10/1872:134). / His land will be auctioned to pay those debts.


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4. (loan) (noun) number.

Kua whakamāramatia i te waiata Nama 60 te matenga o Te Heuheu i te horo i te tau 1846 (M 2004:262). / The death of Te Heuheu in the landslide of 1846 has been described in song Number 60.
He aha te nama o tō waea pūkoro? / What is the number of your cellphone?


kāri nama Play

1. (loan) (noun) credit card.


noho nama Play

1. (verb) to be in debt to, indebted, owe.

Ka hē kē atu hoki i te matenga o Robert Jones, te tangata nāna te toa, e noho nama nui nei te tokomaha o Tūwharetoa ki a ia (TTR 1998:199). / Everything went wrong as a result of the death of Robert Jones, the store owner, with whom many of Tūwharetoa was heavily indebted.


nama waea Play

1. (loan) (noun) telephone number, phone number.

Me whakapā atu ki ngā nama waea kei raro nei. / Contact the phone number below.

See also tau waea


nama tono Play

1. (noun) order number.


nama atu Play

1. (loan) (noun) accounts payable.

E whai wāhi atu ana Te Taura Whiri ki ngā whakarite pūtea pēnei i te kaute pēke, i ngā nama mai, i ngā nama atu, tae atu hoki ki ngā whiwhinga, ki ngā whakapaunga e mōhiotia ana (RT 2013:46). / The Māori Language Commission has a part in managing funds as with a bank account, accounts receivable, accounts payable, and including what is known as income and expenditure.


nama mai Play

1. (loan) (noun) accounts receivable.

I roto i āna mahi o ia rā, whakamahia ai e Te Taura Whiri ētahi hanga whakanao pūtea. Koia ērā ko ngā pūtea pēke, ngā nama mai, ngā nama atu, me ngā tōpūtanga moni (Te Taura Whiri 2006:16). / In its everyday operations the Commission is party to financial arrangements in the form of bank accounts, accounts receivable, accounts payable and accruals.


nama rōia Play

1. (loan) (noun) legal fee, legal cost.

Mehemea kua whakapaetia koe mō tētahi hara, engari kāore ō moni hei utu rōia, ka utua pea ō nama rōia i raro i te Āwhina Ture mō te kōti ā-hara (RT 2013:46). / If you are accused of a crime but have no money to pay a lawyer, your legal costs may be paid under Legal Aid for the criminal court.


tangata noho nama Play

1. (loan) (noun) debtor.


kāore e nama te kōrero Play

1. has an answer for everything - an idiom.


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