Dictionary / Ref.

  • He Kupu Arotau: Loanwords in Māori

    Words adapted from other languages are an important part of modern Māori. This new dictionary presents over 3,000 loanwords that are, or have been, in common use in spoken and written Māori. Many of the headwords in this dictionary do not occur in any other existing dictionary of Māori.

  • Māori Dictionary

    The Te Aka Māori-English, English-Māori Dictionary and Index comprises a selection of modern and everyday language deemed to be useful for learners of Māori. It has a broader scope than traditional Māori dictionaries, and is designed to be both a stand alone dictionary as well as containing all the words used in the Te Whanake series.

  • Kia Ronaki: The Maori Performing Arts

    This new work, Kia Rōnaki: The Māori Performing Arts, edited by John Moorfield, Tania Ka‘ai and Rachael Ka‘ai-Mahuta, brings together the expertise of a range of performance artists and academics, consolidating their knowledge into a comprehensive single volume that will be of relevance to all those interested in the Māori performing arts.

  • Māori Dictionary online Māori Dictionary online

    An enhanced online bilingual dictionary that includes encyclopaedic entries, idioms and grammatical explanations.

  • Animations Animations

    Online modules of animated movies and activities that complement the Te Whanake textbooks for learning Māori.

  • Podcasts Podcasts

    Online activities of the Te Whanake textbooks for playback on computers, television or portable devices.

  • Te Whanake TV Te Whanake TV

    Streamed television programmes for developing listening comprehension skills.

  • Tōku Reo Tōku Reo

    Online activities for further practice for each episode of Tōku Reo, the television series for beginners of Māori language.

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