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tānga

1. (noun) circumstance, time or place of striking, beating, etc.


2. (noun) edition, publication, hard copy.

Ko te aronga e whāia ana e rātou, ko te puta o te tānga hou o te Paipera hei tauira tino tōtika tonu mō te reo Māori, me te whakahoki mai anō i te reka o te waiata, i te tangi, i te whiti, me te rangirangi o te reo ki roto i te Paipera (TTR 1998:131). / Their aim was that the new edition of the Bible would be a standard work on the Māori language and would put back into the Bible the sweet musical tone and cadence, rhythm and poetry of the language.

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