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NZ Human Rights Commission Sep 9
For , a new app called has been launched that uses the camera in your phone to instantly translate objects into te reo Māori. Give it a go. Ahakoa iti, ākona, kōrerotia - Learn a little, use a little.
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Merrin Macleod Sep 11
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The Map Kiwi Sep 9
Since it's I wrote a post on the blog about mapping place names!
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ZMonline Sep 13
Think we should keep it around? Give us a heart!
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Daniel Whiting Sep 10
I reckon all of these websites and products that have added to Te Reo translations for should just leave them up, like forever.
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Faculty of Arts Sep 11
E kore te uku e piri ki te rino | Clay will not stick to iron
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GeoNet Sep 10
Happy Māori Language Week! We meant to post this yesterday, but the Kermadec rū happened just before we got a chance to! Look out for some of the Māori earthquake and volcano story this week, starting with the words for them. Kia kaha te Reo Māori!
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GNS Science Sep 12
According to Māori tradition, earthquakes are caused by the god Rūaumoko, the son of Ranginui (the Sky) and his wife Papatūānuku (the Earth). He is the god of earthquakes and volcanoes, and the rumblings that disturb the land are made by him as he walks about.
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IUHPE - UIPES Sep 14
Kia ora is more than just a simple hello in Maori. When you say kia ora it has a deeper meaning that you wish for the other person to be enveloped in wellbeing. Literally have life/be healthy. Te reo Maori will be celebrated
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Daniel Corbett Sep 12
Te huarere mo apōpō; he aro paki i te rāwhiti. He kapua i te hauāuru, he ua i te ata, ā, he aro paki i te ahiahi Tomorrow's weather; fine in the east, cloudy in the west with some rain/drizzle in the morning but turning fine in arvo.
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Dr Bex Sep 9
Am very much enjoying hearing te reo Māori on the radio today and seeing all the te reo tweets in my timeline. Arohatia te reo šŸ˜ also it is inspiring me to progress further with my own (very basic) knowledge
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Otago Library šŸ“ššŸ“–šŸ“šŸ’»šŸ’½ Sep 9
Nau mai, haere mai, 5-minute research talks from Postgraduates from across the Divisions as part of Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori 12-1pm, Wed 12 September Library Seminar Room Free, all welcome, followed by kaputī
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Walkerscott Sep 11
Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori is well under way in , awesome to see our great client getting amongest Thanks for the Te Reo Ataata . Tu Meke!
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Lizzie Marvelly Sep 10
Kia ora , thanks for your reply. As it is your technology that is apparently faulty (twitter tells me their service is powered by you) I wonder whether you could take a look at this properly? It is () after all... šŸ˜Š
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Lizzie Marvelly Sep 11
Sad news from this . Maybe you could add it by next year?
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Australia in NZ Sep 9
Kia ora tātou and happy ! To start Maori Language Week off, our staff have been learning a few words of Te Reo around our weekly tradition - paramanawa, or morning tea! What are you learning this ?
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HoneyHireme Sep 10
Always been in love with Te reo Māori - i will be making it a priority to be fluent in Te reo within the next 5 years - Toku reo toku ohooho, Toku reo toku mapihi maurea. Eharai i te ti - YOLO
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paul le comte Sep 9
Ata mārie, I am loving this app! congrats to all involved Kupu by Spark
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Gemma Hurst ā˜• Sep 13
An appropriate t shirt for travelling this week. SF bound...
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Van Diemen's Band Sep 11
Tiora is the Māori for viola, not to be confused with 'tioro' meaning squawk or shriek. :-) Deirdre Dowling, William Newbery, Katie Yap Ka purei au i te tiora/ I play the viola.
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