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muhari

1. (verb) (-a,-tia) to speak evil of, backbite, malign, denigrate, disparage.

Ko au pea e, kai ngā whare rā e muhari ana mō te pakihore (JPS 1898:131). / Perhaps it is me in that house being maligned for idleness.

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See also ngau tuarā

Synonyms: kohimu, ngau tuarā, kōhumuhumu, kōhimuhimu

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