Entries from Williams 1971 in Pollex-Online

Williams, H. W. (1971). A Dictionary of the Maori Language. Wellington, Government Printer.

Language Item Description
New Zealand Maori Weu Fibre, rootlet; single hair; tuft of hair used ritually
New Zealand Maori Weiweia Of low degree Problematic
New Zealand Maori Wiri Bore, twist, drill
New Zealand Maori Wiiwii A stinging fly
New Zealand Maori Kawakawa (Macropiper excelsum)
New Zealand Maori Hoorua Toboggan down a hillside on the branch of a tree
New Zealand Maori A(a) At, at the time of (of future time)
New Zealand Maori Aamuri The time to come
New Zealand Maori Ii Be stirred (of feelings)
New Zealand Maori Whakairo Ornament with a pattern -- used of carving, tattooing, painting, weaving
New Zealand Maori Hiakai Hunger; hungry
New Zealand Maori Ina For, since, inasmuch as; when (of time future)
New Zealand Maori Whakamate Put todeath; cause to be sick; dam up (water)
New Zealand Maori Maru/ahiahi Evening
New Zealand Maori Aaniwa/tanga Disgust, distaste (Wms). Wandering about after (Grey).
New Zealand Maori Aaniwa Reckless, aimless, bewildered
New Zealand Maori Parepare Breastwork in a fortification
New Zealand Maori (Pa)pare Turn aside; divert, cause to face or point in different direction...; slink away, turn aside
New Zealand Maori Paretua Pad under a load to protect the back
New Zealand Maori Tahora Uncultivated open country
New Zealand Maori Tahora Spread out, lay out
New Zealand Maori Maataawai Fountainhead
New Zealand Maori Pua Foam of the sea; foaming, breaking (wave) Phonologically Irregular
New Zealand Maori Rangi Day, period of time
New Zealand Maori Kanakana Geotria australis, lamprey Phonologically Irregular
New Zealand Maori Ai Verb substantive, there was, etc.
New Zealand Maori Whakanoho Give in marriage
New Zealand Maori Kapi Be covered, overspread (of a surface); occupied (as space); closely guarded
New Zealand Maori Wharau Travel, particularly by water Problematic
New Zealand Maori Pau Consumed, exhausted; denoting the complete or exhaustive character of any action
New Zealand Maori Hikuhiku Eaves of a house
New Zealand Maori Aataarangi Shadow
New Zealand Maori Tua (On) the farther side (of a solid body)
New Zealand Maori Tai tua Western sea
New Zealand Maori Wha(a)ea Mother, aunt
New Zealand Maori Whaene Mother, aunt
New Zealand Maori M/aa By way of
New Zealand Maori Whakatere Steer, navigate a canoe
New Zealand Maori Pe/peke, peke/peke Hasten, quick
New Zealand Maori Peke (with atu or mai) be all gone or come, without exception; be completed, be all included
New Zealand Maori Pakihi Dried up; at lowest ebb
New Zealand Maori Mea Do, deal with; cause, make; say; intend, wish
New Zealand Maori Pongaaihu Nostril
New Zealand Maori Hia An indefinite number, several
New Zealand Maori Tari Ensnare
New Zealand Maori Ware Mean, low in social position
New Zealand Maori Ware/ware Of no account, mean, low-born
New Zealand Maori Tahataha Steep bank of river, etc.; slope of hill
New Zealand Maori Waha Sheet of a sail
New Zealand Maori Taratara Prickly, rough, barbed