Entries from Williams 1971 in Pollex-Online

Williams, H. W. (1971). A Dictionary of the Maori Language. Wellington, Government Printer.

Language Item Description
New Zealand Maori W/aa/waa Palisade
New Zealand Maori Aae Yes, agree, consent
New Zealand Maori Aewa To wander, go round about
New Zealand Maori Aawhaa Storm, hurricane Problematic
New Zealand Maori Aawhato, aawheto Large caterpillar, larva of (Sphinx convolvuli)
New Zealand Maori Awhe-a Pass round, or behind v.i., v.t.; surround, beset; stir, disturb; a greenstone pendant with the end curved; scoop up, gather into a heap
New Zealand Maori Hawhe = Awhe- [No examples given]
New Zealand Maori Awhe Stir, disturb (as by wind)
New Zealand Maori Aawhea When (future interrogative)
New Zealand Maori Ahi Fire
New Zealand Maori Ahiahi Evening
New Zealand Maori Aho Cord, especially fishing line
New Zealand Maori Aahu/nga Generation.>
New Zealand Maori Ahu/nga Generation n. Problematic
New Zealand Maori Ma/ahu/ Steamy
New Zealand Maori Ahu Heap up; sacred mound
New Zealand Maori Tua/ahu/ Altar
New Zealand Maori Aahua Form, appearance, likeness
New Zealand Maori A/ahuru/ A fish (auchoceros punctatus)
New Zealand Maori Anga Aspect
New Zealand Maori Anga Hard outer covering, shell, husk
New Zealand Maori Anga/anga Head
New Zealand Maori Angaanga Head Problematic
New Zealand Maori A/angi/ Light air
New Zealand Maori Angi/angi Light breeze
New Zealand Maori Angi(angi) Unencumbered; thin; light, gentle breeze
New Zealand Maori Angiangi A plant (Coprosma bauerii)
New Zealand Maori Ango/a Wasted away
New Zealand Maori Ango Gape, be open; be consumed
New Zealand Maori Ao Day (not night)
New Zealand Maori Au Gall
New Zealand Maori Au Smoke
New Zealand Maori Ai-tia Copulate with, fuck
New Zealand Maori Aaianei Now, today, presently; the present time
New Zealand Maori Aaio Calm, as sea, at peace
New Zealand Maori Aihe Driftwood; drifting
New Zealand Maori Aitu/aa Misfortune (especially a death); bad omen
New Zealand Maori Aka Small root
New Zealand Maori Aka Metrosideros spp. that begin life as climbing vines
New Zealand Maori Ake(ake) (Dodonia spp.)
New Zealand Maori Aki-na Dash, beat, pound
New Zealand Maori Aki/aki Beat, pound, urge on
New Zealand Maori -aki Non-productive formative suffix
New Zealand Maori Akiaki Red-billed Gull (Larus novaehollandiae scopulinus)
New Zealand Maori Ako Learn, teach
New Zealand Maori Aku Scrape out; cleanse
New Zealand Maori Waku Scrape, rub, abrade
New Zealand Maori Aakuanei (Of time following) presently, today
New Zealand Maori Ara Awake
New Zealand Maori Aarahi-na Lead, conduct, escort v