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kete uruuru matua

1. (noun) basket of peace, goodness and love - one of the three baskets of knowledge and an alternative name from the Ngāti Kahungunu and Ngāi Tahu traditions for te kete aronui.

Ko te kete uruuru matua, te taonga o tenei kete he maunga rongo, he aroha, he whakairo, he mahi kai, he marae (JPS 1926:333). / This basket, called kete uruuru matua, contains the treasures of peace, love, carving, gardening and hospitality.

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See also kete aronui, kete o te wānanga

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