Search
Found 1 match
  • filters Arrow
    • Include Idioms
      Exclude Idioms
      Only Idioms
    • Include Phrases
      Exclude Phrases
      Only Phrases
    • Include Proverbs
      Exclude Proverbs
      Only Proverbs
    • Include Loan Words
      Exclude Loan Words
      Only Loan Words
      Include Historical Loan Words
    • Close

tūpātai Play

1. (noun) interrogative, question word - in Māori these words each belong to one of the different types of bases,  e.g. aha, pēhea, āhea, wai, hea, hia, whia, nahea, tēhea.

Ko ēnei ētahi o ngā tūpātai o te reo Māori: aha, pēhea, āhea, wai, hea, hia, nahea, tēhea. / These are some of the interrogatives in Māori: aha (what), pēhea (how), ā hea (when will), wai (who), hea (where), hia (how many), nahea (when did), tēhea (which).


Books + Apps

Download

The App

This Māori dictionary is now available as an app. With the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, and Android app you can use the dictionary anywhere without the need to be online.

iPhone / iPad / Android

Buy

The Book

Te Aka Māori-English, English-Māori Dictionary and Index by John C Moorfield. This dictionary comprises a selection of modern and everyday language that will be extremely useful for learners of the Māori language.

More info