7 edition of Cook Islands Maori dictionary found in the catalog.
by Ministry of Education, Government of the Cook Islands, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Institute of Pacific Studies, University of the South Pacific, Centre for Pacific Studies, University of Auckland, Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University in Rarotonga, Cook Islands, London, Suva, Fiji, [Auckland], Canberra, ACT
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. viii).
|Statement||by Jasper Buse with Raututi Taringa ; edited by Bruce Biggs and Rangi Moekaʹa.|
|Contributions||Taringa, Raututi., Biggs, Bruce, 1921-, Moekaʹa, Rangi., Cook Islands. Ministry of Education., University of London. School of Oriental and African Studies., University of the South Pacific. Institute of Pacific Studies., University of Auckland. Centre for Pacific Studies., Australian National University. Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 564 p. :|
|Number of Pages||564|
Numbers in Rarotongan. How to count in Rarotongan (Māori), an East Polynesian language spoken mainly in Rarotonga in the Cook Islands, and New Zealand. If any of the numbers are links, you can hear a recording by clicking on them. If . The official language of the Cook Islands Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
Cook Islands, island group ( est. pop. 17,), 90 sq mi ( sq km), S Pacific, SE of Samoa; a self-governing state in free association with New Zealand. It consists of 15 sm. More books set in the Cook Islands: The Black Pearls by Richard MacAndrew The Book of Puka-Puka by Robert Dean Frisbie Collected Poems by Alistair Te Ariki Campbell The Dark Lord of Savaiki: Collected Poems by Alistair Te Ariki Campbell Doctor to the Islands by Tom Davis Don't Walk Under the Coconuts by Robert Lyman Borden.
A new development also occurred on Glosbe (the online dictionary) in which Cook Islands Maori now has a translation memory from the Jehovah’s Witnesses archives as well (I remember back when I got the book last year I tried to look at the . Another nice way of saying farewell to a friend or host in the Cook Islands is to say “Ka kite”. Readers from New Zealand will be familiar with this phrase where “Ka Kite Ano” is often used to say the same thing in Maori. Kiwis, therefore, won’t even need to memorise this as it’ll already be in the memory bank, ready for use! 4.
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The Cook Islands languages are closely related to the indigenous languages of Tuamotu, Aotearoa/New Zealand, Hawai‘i, the Marquesas, Tahiti and the Society Islands. The aim of this dictionary is to eventually have comprehensive separate dictionaries for each of the indigenous languages of the Cook Islands.
Learn, check, clarify and verify Rarotongan and Cook Islands Maori words with this online dictionary. Help us to make the CI Maori dictionary a cool and useful tool. Help us by becoming a contributor and adding your suggestions, words, sentences.
Define Cook Islands Maori. Cook Islands Maori synonyms, Cook Islands Maori pronunciation, Cook Islands Maori translation, English dictionary definition of Cook Islands Maori.
n NZ a dialect of Māori spoken in the Cook Islands. Get this from a library. Cook Islands Maori dictionary. [Jasper Buse; Raututi Taringa; Bruce Biggs; Rangi Moekaa; Cook Islands. Ministry of Education.] -- A wealth of information about Cook Islands language, culture and society is contained in this dictionary which involved the efforts of many people over 35 years.
It is an essential handbook for every. Cook Islands Maori Dictionary. HELP US. Learn, check, clarify and verify Rarotongan and Cook Islands Maori words with this online dictionary. Help us to make the CI Maori dictionary a cool and useful tool. Help us by becoming a contributor and adding your suggestions, words, sentences and pictures from Rarotonga and the Outer Islands.
Welcome to the online dictionary of the Rarotongan Language. Rarotongan is an Eastern Polynesian language with similarities to the indigenous languages of the Tuamotu, Aotearoa, Hawai‘i, the Marquesas, Tahiti and the Society Islands, as well as to the other languages of the Southern and Northern Cook Islands.
Get this from a library. Cook Islands Maori dictionary. [Jasper Buse; Bruce Biggs; Raututi Taringa; Rangi Moeka'a; Australian National University. Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies.; Cook Islands.
Ministry of Education.]. Define Cook Island Maori. Cook Island Maori synonyms, Cook Island Maori pronunciation, Cook Island Maori translation, English dictionary definition of Cook Island Maori. n NZ a dialect of Māori spoken in the Cook Islands. Cook Island Maori - definition of Cook Island Maori by The Free Dictionary Cook Island Maori; Cook Islands; Cook.
Our language is Cook Islands Maori. Although many Cook Islanders speak and understand English. Here are a few phrases that might come in handy: Welcome or Hello (May you live long) Thank you very much.
Best wishes or good luck. Goodbye or safe travels. These resources are the first set and are intended for beginning and emergent readers of Cook Islands Maori.
The Ministry plans to continue adding more books to the online collection each year, and it higher levels of literacy, to increase the availability of Maori resources.
Cook Islands translation in English-Maori dictionary. Showing page 1. Found 0 sentences matching phrase "Cook Islands".Found in 0 ms. A Cook Islands Maori Dictionary [Jasper Buse, Raututi Taringa, Bruce Biggs, Rangi Moeka'a] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A Cook Islands Maori DictionaryAuthors: Jasper Buse, Raututi Taringa. Maori, the language of the Cook Islands, consists of a number of mutually intelligible dialects. This dictionary is concerned chiefly with the dialect of Rarotonga, the main island, but many words characteristic of other dialects are also identified.
(noun) pot for boiling food, boiler - traditionally a vessel for boiling food in which heated stones were placed. Ka tomokia te whare o te kaumātua rā, rokohanga atu e noho ana i te taha o te ahi, e tū ana hoki te kōhua kai (KO 15/9/). / When they entered that elder's house, they came upon him sitting beside the fire and a pot of food.
On devrait notamment élaborer des dictionnaires pour compléter l'actuel Buse Dictionary of Cook Islands Maori et encourager les compétitions linguistiques verbales.: This would include development of dictionaries to complement the existing Buse Dictionary of Cook Islands Maori and promotion of oral language forums of competitions.: Cook Islands Maori Dictionary, Jasper.
COOK ISLANDS MAORI is sometimes called Rarotongan after the capital island and it's the most widely spoken version of maori. It's estimated that ab people worldwide speak it, although numbers are rapidly declining.
It's also the language of islanders on Atiu, Aitutaki, Mitiaro, Mauke and Mangaia where they have their own accent and a few of their own words. Cook Islands Maori translation in English-Rarotongan dictionary.
Showing page 1. Found 0 sentences matching phrase "Cook Islands Maori".Found in 0 ms. Coordinates. The Cook Islands (Cook Islands Māori: Kūki 'Āirani) is a self-governing island country in the South Pacific Ocean in free association with New comprises 15 islands whose total land area is square kilometres (93 sq mi).
The Cook Islands' Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) covers 1, square kilometres (, sq mi) of l and largest city: Avarua, 21°12′S. The Dictionary of Cook Islands Languages is an online dictionary aimed at providing quick access for learners and speakers of the languages of the Cook Islands.
The project has involved the Institute research team working closely with elders and community in the Cook Islands and is a collaboration with the University of the South Pacific, Cook. Currently this dictionary contains the print version of the Cook Islands Maori Dictionary (), by Jasper Buse with Raututi Taringa and edited by Bruce Biggs and Rangi Moeka‘a.
It was converted to digital format for this online dictionary in the early part of by VO2 Web Designs for the Cook Islands Ministry of Education in partnership with Te Ipukarea, The National Māori. Cook Island Māori definition: a dialect of Māori spoken in the Cook Islands | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.Conversational Maori, Rarotongan language: Produced at the Nikao Teachers' Training College, Rarotonga, Cook Islands [Rere, Taira] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Conversational Maori, Rarotongan language: Produced at the Nikao Teachers' Training College, Rarotonga, Cook IslandsAuthor: Taira Rere.Cook Islands Maori or Rarotongan names are used by the indigenous people of the Cook Islands.
AKAINA m Cook Islands Maori Means "to singe" in Cook Islands Maori. Maori, Cook Islands Maori Derived from RANGI and nui meaning "large, big, vast, great." This is another name for the Maori god of the sky.