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1. (noun) swarm, flock, cluster, herd, company.

Ko ngā hipi tame raho-poka ēnei o te kāhui, kāore he maha ngā kōrero mō tēnei wehenga o te kāhui (TP 7/1911:5). / These are the castrated rams of the flock and there isn't much to say about this section of the flock.

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2. (noun) constellation, group of stars.

Kei te whakaata mai a Puanga-rua i roto i te Kāhui o Tautoru mō te marangai kei a Haki-haratua, arā, kei a Mei (TTT 1/3/1930:2007). / Rigel appears in the constellation of Orion's Belt for the rain in the lunar month of Haki-haratua, that is, May.

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