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Tiāre

1. (loan) (personal name) Charlie, Charles.

Ko ia te tama a Tiāre Edward Oliphant Stewart, he tangata mahi pāmu, rāua ko tana wahine, ko Lily Agnes Te Tāwero (Tāwhero rānei), ko Awhiāhua Hetaraka hei ingoa anō mōna (TTR 1998:176). / He was the son of Charles Edward Oliphant Stewart, a farmer, and his wife, Lily Agnes Te Tāwero, also called Awhiāhua Hetaraka.

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