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  1. Check out Chants maoris (Maori Songs of New Zeland) by Te Runga Rawa on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on neramarwhitecasterkelerim.xyzinfo4/5(1).
  2. Waiata – songs, chants, hymns, lullabies, love songs, laments etc. – are sung to embellish speeches, to convey a particular message, to impart a story or historical event or to entertain or bring closure as a single entity. Every culture has its own form of song and dance and use them as a way of expressing who they are and what they’re about.
  3. Te Karakia O Te Atua (The Lord’s Prayer) E tō mātou Matua i te rangi (Our Parent in the spirit world) Kia tapu tou Ingoa (Sacred is your Name) Kia tae mai tou rangatira-tanga. (Bring us Your Chiefly rule); Kia meatia tau e pai ai (May it happen in the way that is to You, good) ki runga i te whenua, (may it happen on earth) kia rite ano ki.
  4. Jan 08,  · He tangata rangatira e Nō te Aupōuri Ngāpuhi nui tonu e. Taku ara taku mana He wahine whakaiti Reitū te wahine Nō Tainui waka e Nāna i moea* Ko Ueoneone e Ka puta ka ora Tātou ngā uri e. Nō reira e te iwi Kua mutu ngā mihi Aku tangi kōrero Aku tangi tikanga e Noho iho e koro Ko Ueoneone e Ngā manaakitia O te hunga runga rawa e. Notes.
  5. Oct 31,  · Listen to your favorite songs from Chants maoris (Maori Songs of New Zeland) by Te Runga Rawa Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  6. Kaore Hoki - Te Kooti's call to unite and rebuild 2nd Kaore Hoki - a longer version - Stop Pakeha land theft! Kaore te Aroha Mohukihuki ana - an old love song Kaore te Aroha e Huri Runga Ra - longing for northern iwi.
  7. e te atua e manaaki ki a koutou katoa. English. God bless. Last Update: Usage Frequency: 1 Quality: Reference: Anonymous. Maori. mihi koe me te atua manaaki koe. .
  8. Inoi koe mo matou, e te Whaea tapu o te Atua. Iwi: Kia tika matou mo te tango i nga mea i meingatia e Hehu Karaiti. Katakita: Kia inoi tatou. Katoa: E te Atua, i whanau tou Tamaiti, i noho hoki ki tenei ao, imate rawa, a i ara ake i te mate: he mea e riro ma ai ia matou te oranga tonutanga, e inoi ana.

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