Māori Dictionary
A Maori Dictionary of common words and phrases has been compiled to help with their meanings and pronunciation.
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From The English Dictionary - L

lake - roto

language - reo

laugh - katakata

letter - reta

Levin - Tautoko

Lily - Riri

lips - ngutu

listen - wakarongo

listen - whakaroko

listen - Whakarongo

look - titiro

Louise - Ruihi

love - aroha

Lucy - Ruhi

Luke - Ruka

From The Maori Dictionary - L

Lake Onoke -


The place of the Earth Worm.
Situated on the Wairarapa Plains from which allowed the Ruamahanga to flow freely directly into the Lake thereby avoiding the floods of days gone by.

Lake Taharoa -


Taha side, edge
roa long, tall.
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