|iho pumanawa||n. mentor|
|kihirua||v. to change your mind|
|kōwhakiwhaki||v. tear off piece by piece|
|kūwharuwharu||n. longfin eel|
|maroke hengahena||n. extremely dry|
|matamatahuānga||n. close relation/ first cousin|
|pāpuni||n. water dam|
|pumanawa rorohiko||n. app|
|tāhūhū rangapū||n. chief executive|
|Te Tumu Paeroa||n. Māori Trustee Office|
|tou areare||adj. stingy|
|wā tāpiri||v. extra time|
|waka torohaki||n. jet boat|
|whakarauoratanga||v. revitalise health and wellbeing|
|whakatōwenewene||v. to cause problems|
|whakatūmataiti||v. to make private|
|whakaweti||v. to bully|
|whakaweti-ā-ipurangi||n. cyber bullying|
|wharau||v. travel by water|
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Maori Party co leader Marama Fox|
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