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Māori Common Phrases

General common Māori phrases

Welcome Nau mai, Haere mai
Goodbye to someone leaving Haere ra
I'll see you again (speaking to one person) Ka kite anō au i a koe
I'll see you again (speaking to two people) Ka kite anō au i a kõrua
I'll see you again (speaking to more than two people) Ka kite anõ au i a koutou
Excuse me, sorry Aroha mai
Goodbye to someone staying e noho ra
Stay strong, affirmation Kia kaha
Goodnight Pō mārie
How are you? (one person) Kei te pēhea koe
How are you? (two people) Kei te pēhea korūa
How are you? (three or more people) Kei te pēhea koutou
Good morning Ata mārie, mōrena
Created by: Sschieber