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Maori language resources



Maori is spoken on a daily basis in: New Zealand

Encyclopedia resources on Maori
MÄ?ori language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. (Redirected from Maori language ) Jump to: navigation , search MÄ?ori (Te Reo MÄ?ori) Spoken in: New Zealand   Region: Polynesia Total speakers: 100,000–160,000 (est.) ...

Hau KÄ?inga - Wikipedia
If your first language is English, you may wish to start with the "Community Portal" page ] Haere mai ... Maori: Statistics brief Etahi tatauranga mo te mema me mo te mea Categories Wikipedia PÄ?kehÄ? ...

MÄ?ori - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The largest MÄ?ori site on the net, covering a wide range of topics. korero.maori.nz Interactive MÄ?ori language resource site MÄ?ori Sovereignty Yahoogroup — Active online discussion group; membership ...

Wikipedia:Community Portal - Wikipedia
...for people willing to translate articles from English: Wikipedia:Wikipedia English Language articles about Maori subjects Wikipedia:RÄ?rangi arowhai (checklist) — names of "world scope" articles we ...

Wikipedia:Wikipedia English Language articles about Maori subjects ...
HELP to write more articles or improve what is here. Wikipedia:Wikipedia English Language articles about Maori subjects From Wikipedia Jump to: navigation , search This page lists many of the English ...

Category:Maori - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...language M Maori Language Commission Maori Language Week Maori Toa Marae M cont. Matariki Mau rakau Maui (mythology) Mere (weapon) Moko Mokoia Island Moriori Mount Taranaki legend Musket Wars MÄ?ori Party MÄ?ori ...

User:Robin Patterson - Wikipedia
...http://mi.wikipedia.org/w/wiki.phtml?title=Hau_K%C3%A4inga&action=history Maori Language Commission ( Te Taura Whiri i te Reo MÄ?ori , which sets definitive standards) Link Exchange directory "An easy and ...

Tagalog language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...language , it is related to Indonesian , Malay , Fijian , Maori (of New Zealand ), Hawaiian , Malagasy (of Madagascar ), Samoan , ... language edition of Wikipedia Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino , official ...

Wikipedia:Multilingual coordination - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...in 2004; most of first 300 articles were contributed by New Zealanders who are learning the Maori language and who would very much like to see fluent speakers and/or proficient writers contributing more ...

User talk:Robin Patterson - Wikipedia
...your administrative powers here so as to keep a prominent placement for English-language content in the Maori-language Wikipedia, I will take the nessecary steps to request that your privelages here ...



Academic resources on Maori
maori
...sometimes existing side by side.The Maori, the indigenous tribes, are people of distinct culture. The visitor is immediately surrounded by Maori influences and drawn into the background of this ...

Sources on Maori Tattooing
Sources on Maori Tattooing Coca-Cola Advertisement, from Life Magazine , 13 March 1944 Part of a continuing series of Coke ads; an Allied soldier and a Maori warrior in New Zealand share their tattoo ...

Hallie Ford Museum of Art - Exhibtions: Maori - Willamette University ...
Toi Maori: The Eternal Thread September 23-December 22, 2005 [ view the exhibition events schedule ] Join the Maori Festivities at Hallie Ford The Hallie Ford Museum of Art will host a unique exhibition of ...

Yamada Language Center: Maori WWW Guide
Information (in Maori) on the list can be sought by sending the message... info ipurangi to the address... [email protected] People can join by sending the message subscribe ipurangi [email ...

http://www.humboldt.edu/~rwj1/mauri.html
MAORI Map of New Zealand Lake Okutaina with Fern Trees, North Island, Johnson Photo Fjord in Milford Sound, South Island, Johnson Photo Whale Ivory Pendant from Archaic Period,National ...

Promoting the Use of Maori Language in New Zealand
Maori language in preschool language nests, Maori total immersion primary schools, and elsewhere, its language policies are not likely to succeed because it has failed to promoted Maori among Maori ...

Maori culture
MAORI CULTURE te tangata whenua.... "Went to a special lecture tonight on misconceptions about the maori language—hearing speeches and whaikoreros in Maori (and being able to understand it ...

CU-Boulder Computational Electromagnetics Group
First-Year Students Can Succeed At I n v e n t i o n by Holly Kleinman, CUEngineering 2000 Melinda Piket-May, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, helps undergraduate ...

Maori
Comparison of Maori and Non-Maori Maternal and Fetal Iron Parameters (PDF) Differences in Patterns of Alcohol Consumption Between Maori and Non-Maori in Aotearoa (New Zealand) (PDF) Four Maori ...

What is ta moko
Ta moko, meaning to strike or tap, is the long-standing art form of Maori tattooing. The Maori are the original inhabitants of New Zealand, known to them as Aotearoa (land of the long white ...



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Government resources on Maori
CIA - The World Factbook -- New Zealand
The Polynesian Maori reached New Zealand in about A.D. 800. In 1840, their chieftains entered into a compact with Britain, the Treaty of Waitangi, in which they ceded sovereignty to Queen Victoria ...

http://www.usmint.gov/kids/index.cfm?fileContents=cartoons/coinsOfTheWorld/newZealand&pf=yes&pg=07
...mighty carefully at that Maori carving. I bet he'd like to take one like it home with him. Watch out! This one's for real! The Auckland Museum was built on a dead volcano. Many exhibits are about the ...

New Zealand
...recidivism among Maori through Maori focus units and special cultural assessments of Maori offenders. Five Maori focus units, involving approximately 300 inmates, integrated Maori values into the ...

New Zealand
...recidivism among Maori through Maori focus units and special cultural assessments of Maori offenders. Five Maori focus units, involving approximately 300 inmates, integrated Maori values into the ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- New Zealand
The Polynesian Maori reached New Zealand in about A.D. 800. In 1840, their chieftains entered into a compact with Britain, the Treaty of Waitangi, in which they ceded sovereignty to Queen Victoria ...

San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park - News
Dawn Welcome for Maori Waka Maori waka (ocean-going canoe) welcomed by Ohlone tribe at dawn on the beach of San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park August 04, 2005 Polynesian And Mâori Celestial ...

http://www.usmint.gov/kids/index.cfm?fileContents=cartoons/coinsOfTheWorld/newZealand&pf=yes&pg=03
...coin features a tuatara, a reptile from New Zealand. New Zealand's 10-cent coin features a Maori carving of a head. New Zealand was first discovered by the Polynesians, the native people of the ...

CDC - EID Journal Vol7No5 Cover
...appearing even within Maori publications. The chequered history of its reception suggests that such paintings of "history," especially colonial appropriations of a Maori past, are likely to remain ...

New Zealand
...reserved for persons of Maori ancestry. The number of Maori seats is adjusted every 5 years, based on the number of persons of Maori ancestry who register to vote on the Maori electoral roll. There ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- Cook Islands
Cook Island Maori (Polynesian) 87.7%, part Cook Island Maori 5.8%, other 6.5% (2001 census) Religions: Cook Islands Christian Church 55.9%, Roman Catholic 16.8%, Seventh-Day Adventists 7.9 ...



".org" resources on Maori
Hau KÄ?inga - Wikipedia
Te Tiriti o Waitangi (Kohuku) Mana_Pupuri About Wikipedia Tatauranga Wikipedia Maori: Statistics brief Etahi tatauranga mo te mema me mo te mea Categories Wikipedia PÄ?kehÄ? Wikipedia Ingarihi Search News: ...

MÄ?ori - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...was the name given to the first man on earth in the Maori mythology. The term "Tiki" comes out of a Maori legend, when Tane the God of earth, man, birds created the first man. Tiki in Maori personifies ...

MYTHING LINKS / Indigenous Peoples: Maori
...maori.org.nz/Maori-links/theo.htm This is the Index of Maori Theology with three narratives listed. One, "The Maori Supreme Being," is about Io, a being so holy and secret that even most Maori once ...

MÄ?ori language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...conventions instead of macrons ). Free MÄ?ori spellchecker Collection of historic MÄ?ori newspapers Maori Phonology Retrieved from " http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C4%81ori_language " Categories : Pages ...

The Maori - New Zealand in History
New Zealand history. An overview covering the pre-historic, colonial and modern periods. MÄ?ori ... The French maritime situation 15th-16th centuries History map (25k) Before annexation James Busby Baron ...

Maori Literature
Maori Literature "Kuaka marangaranga" "Whangaihia te tangata Ki te ika ora ia mo ra tahi, engari akohia ki te hi ora ia mo ake tonu ake (atu)". (Feed a man with fish, he will live from day to day, teach ...

Maori
Extracts from Maori songs from New Zealand Other Authors in the Oral Tradition [ Bushmen ] [ Maori ] [ Eskimo ] [ Bantu ] [ Ifaluk ] [ North American Indian ] [ Bedouin ] [ Yukaghir ] [ Dekanawidah ] Click Up ...

:: Nga Ngaru ::
National Council of Maori Nurses » Copyright © 2002. All rights reserved. Website developed by Enigma Publishing Limited

Advancement of Maori Opportunity
AIO and the Advancement of Maori Opportunity AIO and AMO The Advancement of Maori Opportunity (AMO) is a newly established nonprofit advocacy organization that shares the four principles of ...

The Whale Rider | Maori Glossary
Rubbing or touching noses, a Maori greeting Iwi: Tribe Kaikörero Paki: Storyteller Kapa Haka: Maori cultural song and dance Karakia: Incantation Karanga: Call Kirituhi: Maori skin art Korero: Stories Koru: Artistic ...



Commercial resources on Maori

Maori or Te Reo Maori, commonly shortened to Te Reo (literally the language) is an official language of New Zealand. An Eastern Polynesian language, it is closely related to Tahitian and Cook Islands Maori; slightly less closely to Hawaiian and Marquesan; and more distantly to the languages of Western Polynesia, including Samoan, Niuean and Tongan.


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