|Statement||Forward by Edward Guy.|
|LC Classifications||DU405 .C69|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||50017206|
Remove filters to expand search. Names, Maori Names, Maori; Showing results of 33 for Names, Maori, New Zealand and Pacific Book Collection. Advanced Search. Maori place names of the thermal regions and their meanings . REED BOOKS; MAORI WOOD SCULPTURE; A DICTIONARY OF MAORI PLACE NAMES; MAORI LIFE AND CUS Date: July From: Te Ao Hou By: Maori Affairs Department Dr T. Barrow. Maori wood carvings and sculpture in collections all over the world described, documented and illustrated with photographs in colour and black-. Pronounce and understand Maori place names with the new fourth edition of Reed¿s classic guide to meanings and origins of names across New Zealand. Updated and with maps showing principal names, the new Maori Place Names also reproduces the beautiful illustrations from the original edition. Format: Paperback Price: $ Māori Place Names gives concise and clear answers, as well as taking in curiosities like the world’s longest place name. The new Māori Place Names, in its fourth edition, has over entries, incorporating modern usages, expanded entries for main centres and important features and easy-reference maps.
Maori Place-names of Otago. Beattie, Herries. Author Pub, ODT. New Zealand Jade The story of greenstone. Beck, Russell J. Reed. New Zealand Jade. Beck, Russell J. Reed. Discovery of the Maori. Beckham, AJ. Pekama Press. I Shall not Die Titokowaru's War New Zealand Belich, James. A&U, Port Nicholson Press. The. Maori Place Names & their translation Akaroa - Long Harbour Aoraki - 'cloud sky', or 'cloud piercer'. The Maori name for Mount Cook. Aotearoa – the common Māori name for New Zealand since the early 20th century; previously a Māori name for the North Island. Usually glossed as Land of the Long White Cloud. From ao: cloud, tea: white, roa: long. NGAIO f Maori Maori name that is derived from the name of a type of tree, also called the mousehole tree. This name was borne by New Zealand crime writer Dame Ngaio Marsh (). NGAIRE f Maori Possibly from the name of the town of Ngaere in New Zealand, of Maori origin meaning "wetland".
Maori/Native New Zealand House Names. Here’s a selection of possible house names, and their meanings, some quite delightful, taken from the Maori language. They come courtesy of Graham Gould’s book ‘House Names of Australia’ (see ). Index of Māori Names. This index is from an unpublished manuscript compiled about by the missionary Rev. Henry James Fletcher (). In its original form it was pages long, a vast index of Māori names referred to in books and journals, including the names of boundaries, Māori individuals, canoes, trees, landmarks and geographical locations. This relates particularly to Maori place names where separate parts of a name are written as one name. Names in a foreign language are, wherever possible, rendered in the form adopted by the country concerned. The use of alternative names, except where both English and Maori names are in general use, is avoided. In this connection it may be noted that the Maoris themselves often contracted their place names. (a) Names Deriving from the Early Voyagers According to tradition, the early Maori voyagers, Kupe, Ngahue, and Toi, named many of New Zealand's coastal features.