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humi

1. (stative) be abundant, copious.

He mōhio ia he pai ake te tau humi hei whakapakeke uri, nō reira ka tatari kia matomato rā anō te tupu o te kai, ā, hei reira tahuri ai ki te whakaipoipo (HM 4/1998:4). / She knows that a year of abundance is better to raise offspring, so she waits until the food is growing vigorously before turning to courtship.

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Synonyms: ngāhorohoro, mahamaha, maha, makuru, ngahoro, ngerongero, hua, hāwere, rarawe, rari, pukahu, nui, hira, ranea, huhua


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