Entries from Moorfield 2011 in Pollex-Online

Moorfield, J. C. (2011) Te Aka : Māori-English, English-Māori Dictionary and Index. Auckland, Pearson.

Language Item Description
New Zealand Maori Eenaa Those (near or connected with the person addressed)
New Zealand Maori Mai From, since - indicating an extension in time or space. It marks the point from which the time or place is measured
New Zealand Maori Hei/Hai Preposed nominal particle indicating 1. future location, 2. (immediately before a noun) to serve as, for the purpose of
New Zealand Maori Toou Second person singular O-class possession, your
New Zealand Maori Eeraa Determiner: those, away from speaker and listener
New Zealand Maori Koraa (Location) over there, that place (at a distance), the place over there, there
New Zealand Maori I (Particle) at, in, on, along, by way of - used before location words to indicate past location
New Zealand Maori Taa (Particle) belonging to - combines with the dual and plural personal pronouns
New Zealand Maori Taau Second person singular possessive pronoun A-class, singular object
New Zealand Maori Taana (Determiner) his, her (referring to one item) - often followed by a noun but can stand without one
New Zealand Maori Toona Third person singular possessive, singular object, O-class
New Zealand Maori Eetahi Determiner: some, others - often followed by a noun but can stand without one
New Zealand Maori Eetahi atu Determiner: some others, et cetera, etc.
New Zealand Maori Tua- Prefix used with numbers 1 to 9, aha and hia to form ordinals
Ra'ivavae Ho/hoo To make a fishing sweep smaller by doubling up the leaf-drag
New Zealand Maori Tooku (Determiner) my (referring to one item) - a possessive often followed by a noun but can stand without one
New Zealand Maori Ka Used in front of numbers when counting out items
New Zealand Maori Kaatahi anoo... ka... Particle: then, only just, now for the first time, finally
New Zealand Maori Kaatahi tonu... ka... Only just