Maori110_vocab3.txt

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Maori110_vocab3.txt
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maori words week 3 family terms and asking how you are
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  1. Where are you from?
    No hea koe?
  2. Where is he from?
    No hea ia?
  3. Where am I from?
    No hea ahau?
  4. I am of Ngati Kahu descent
    No Ngati Kahu ahau
  5. I am from Christchurch
    No Otautahi ahau
  6. He is from Wanaka
    No Wanaka ia
  7. Ko wai
    Who
  8. ingoa
    Name
  9. What is your name?
    Ko wai to ignoa?
  10. What is his name?
    Ko wai tana ingoa?
  11. My name is Ann
    Ko Ann taku ingoa
  12. His name is Craig
    Ko Craig tana ingoa
  13. Pehea
    How
  14. Kei te
    Tense maker meaning the present
  15. How are you?
    Kei te pehea koe? Or E pehea ana koe?
  16. How are you two?
    Kei te pehea korua? Or E pehea ana korua?
  17. Greetings to you all, how are you?
    Tena koutou, e pehea ana koutou? Or Tena koutou, kei te pehea koutou?
  18. Greetings friend, how are you?
    Tena koe e hoa, kei te pehea koe?
  19. I am well
    Kei te ora ahau or E ora ahau
  20. He is tired
    E ngenge ia or Kei te ngenge ia
  21. Where
    Kei hea
  22. Home
    Kainga
  23. Where is your home?
    Kei hea to kainga?
  24. My home is in Dunedin
    Kei Otepoti taku kainga
  25. Very well thank you
    Ka nui te pai
  26. Sick, tired
    Mauiui
  27. Tired
    Ngenge
  28. Weary, oppressed
    Wheru
  29. Well
    Ora
  30. Exhausted
    Ruha
  31. Hungry
    Hiakai
  32. Sleepy
    Hiamoe
  33. Thirsty
    Hiainu
  34. Still strong
    Kaha tonu
  35. Just the same
    Pera tonu
  36. Exhausted, out of breath
    Kua pau te hau
  37. So-so, well enough
    Heoi ano
  38. Not well
    Kaore i te pai
  39. As per usual
    Taua ahua ano
  40. Very busy, snowed under
    Pokea e te mahi
  41. Never better
    Ted mutunga ke mai o te pai
  42. Going under, sick, can't cope
    Kei raro e putu ana
  43. E hoa
    Greeting a friend
  44. E kare
    Greeting an intimate friend
  45. E hine
    Greeting a girl or young woman
  46. E tama
    Greeting a boy or young man
  47. E kui
    Gretting an older woman
  48. E koro
    Greeting an older man
  49. Hello you two friends
    Tena korua, e hoa ma
  50. Ma
    Used when addressing more than one person
  51. My family
    Taku whanau
  52. Grandfather
    Tipuna
  53. Grandmother
    Tipuna
  54. Father
    Papa
  55. Mother
    Mama or whaea
  56. Me
    Au
  57. Older sister
    Tuakana
  58. Older brother
    Tuangane
  59. Younger sister or brother of a male
    Teina
  60. Younger brother or sister of a female
    Taina
  61. Husband
    Tane
  62. Son
    Tama
  63. Daughter
    Tamahine
  64. Son in law
    Hunaonga
  65. Daughter in law
    Hunaonga
  66. Grandchild
    Mokopuna
  67. Wife
    wahine

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