Ko te pō kē te kaiwhakarite wā ki te Māori, kāpā ko te rā. Ka tīmata te wātaka i te eanga o te kōhiti, arā, te marama hōu. He ingoa tō tēnā pō, tō tēnā pō. He pai ētahi pō mō te hī ika, te mahi tuna, te whakatō kai; ko ētahi pō, kāore i pai. Kōrero ai a Matarēhua Wikiriwhi mō te whakatō kai me te hī ika a te Māori i raro i te maramataka Māori.
He kōnae nō Radio New Zealand Sound Archives Ngā Taonga Kōrero. He takahi manatārua te whakamahi anō i te kōnae nei. Ki te tono mō te kōnae whakapā atu ki Sound Archives Ngā Taonga Kōrero. (Te Mana Maori/Tau whakapuakanga MPT 4706])
Te whakamahi i tēnei tūemi
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Photograph by John Hunt
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