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Ngati porou homework help.  

HeraAni OWC
New Member

Tena koe Hearty Nati
could u help me with my kohanga homework ?
My mum is from Rangitukia, she is Barnard and
Dot Manuel's moko.
Under the heading"He korero mo toku tuurangawaewae"
could anyone help with these answers.
Ko...............toku hapu.
Ko...............te whenua/te rohe.
My mum says that O Hine Waiapu is her marae,
so therefore
Ko O Hinewaiapu te marae.
Ko.............te wharenui.
Ko..............te wharekai.
He..............te kawa o tenei marae.
Could you also tell me if I have these correct?
Ko Horouta te waka.
Ko Kiwa te tohunga.
I had managed to pick up this info from a previous post.
Thankyou for any help and Tena koutou katoa to any whanau
out there!
Hera from Poihakena.

Posted : 24 March, 2006 2:29 pm
hearty nati OWC
Eminent Member

kia ora e hera

ur hapu would be ngai tane
the whenua is te tairawhiti(?)
i dont know bout the wharekai/wharenui cos that aint my marae but the kawa is paekeeke

Posted : 14 April, 2006 10:00 am
HeraAni OWC
New Member

Thanks hearty nati!

Just wondering what your signature means?

Is it a proverb from ngati porou?

na HeraAni

Posted : 18 April, 2006 10:25 pm
hearty nati OWC
Eminent Member

kia ora e hera

no,it just means "a descendant of the east coast and mataatua canoe 'rumbles' here"

because im a descendant of all the iwi of the east coast and have connections to mataatua waka.

Posted : 19 April, 2006 12:22 pm