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Te Reo 2 - Pepehā

relations

Te ReoEnglish
Tama Boy/son
Whaea kēkē Aunt
Matua kēkē Uncle
Koroua Grandfather
Kuia Grandmother
Teina Younger sibling (same gender)
Mātua Parents
Tamariki Children
Mataamua Eldest child
Hoa rangitira Esteemed partner
Pōtiki Youngest child
Tuakana Older sibling (same gender)
Hoa tāne Boyfriend/husband
Hoa wahine Girlfriend/wife
Tūpuna/tīpuna Ancestor
Whaea Mother
Matua Father
Mokopuna Grandchildren
Tamaiti Child
Tamāhine Daughter
Irāmutu
Kaihana Cousin
Hunaonga Son or daughter-in-law
Niece/nephew
Mōkai Pet
Taokete Brother-in-law/sister-in-law
Hungarei Father-in-law
Hungawai Mother-in-law
Hoa Friend
Tungāne Brother of a female
Tuahine Sister of a male
Whangai Foster child
Kōtiro Girl
Taku My (singular)
Aku My (plural)
Your (singular)
Ō Your (plural)
Tana His/hers
Ana Their
Maunga Mountain
Awa River
Moana Sea
Waka Boat
Ingoa Name
Ko wai? Who?
Tokohia? How many (people)?
Maha Lots
Tinana Body
Whenua Land
Created by: PennyGNZ