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Te Whānau Marama

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Rangi Matamua

on 10 April 2016

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Transcript of Te Whānau Marama

Ngā Whakataukī
Whetū
Te Whānau Mārama
Whakataukī

Haere i mua i te aroaro o Atutahi
You have been summoned
He marama ka roku i te pae
It is nearly complete
Kei runga te whetū
kei raro te marama
The writing is on the wall
Takurua hūpē nui
Alas the winter flu
Ko Hina kai tangata, ko Hina whakapau tangata
Beware of dark people with sinister motives
Ko te hē o Rona
The consequences of our words and actions
Te ope o te rua Matariki
A company of remarkable individuals
Me he ōturu ngā karu
The large eyes of an attractive woman
Ko Atutahi he whetū tārake o te rangi
An outstanding individual who distinguishes themselves from their peers
Tērā ko Meremere e taukapo ana mai
Let peace reign
He whetū pūhihi a Meto
A man with a large family
He whetū nui a Pareārau, he wahine karihika, he wahine tīweka
A lewd and wandering woman with an insatiable appetite
25: Matariki Tāpuapua
RR: The pools of winter
E whiti rā, e haku
The endless complaints of some
Enei tokorua, te rā me te marama
These two go hand in hand
He rā kōpanipani
A sad day indeed
He rā Mokopuna
A day for outdoor enjoyment
Ka rere te atua iti, e kore e mārama te rangi, ka rere ko Tamanui te rā ka mārama te rangi
Some things are best left to the experts
Māku tēnei, mā te rā e tō ana. He aha kei a koe? Kei te rā e huru ake ana
The old manstime has come to pass, the young man has his life ahead of him
Whiti te rā
The solution to the problem is clear
E whai i muri i a Rehua kia kai ai koe i te kai
Gaining advancement by hanging on to an important persons coat tails
Ko Rehua kai te patu
The suffocating heat of summer
Mahia he kai mō tau, mahia he wahie mō Takurua
Prepare now for hard times to come
Te Anu o Takurua
The cold of winter
Ki te kainga horotia te aua, ka rāoa; ko te ika tēnā i mate ai Tamarereti
A seemly inconsequential matter can bring an empire to its knees
Ko Uenuku tawhana i te rangi
Your reputation proceeds you
Ko Tāwera te whetū mārama o te ata. Whakarite tonu tak huia kaimanawa
Venus is the bright star of the night, as beautiful as the jewel of my heart
Kotahi anō te whetū e tū nei, koia
There is more that one pebble on the beach
Kua ara ake ahau i te papa o te whenua. Kua kite ahau i nga whetū e tūtaki tahi ana. Ko Matariki te kairūri. Ko Atutahi ke te taumata o te Mangoroa
The scope of our imagination is fro the earth to the stars
Tini whetū, e iti te pōkēao
A small body can defeat a large host
Whiti te rā, ka whakatika; tō te rā, ka kino
What seems fine in the light of day can become problematic in the gloom on night
Tukua kia tū takitahi ngā whetū o te rangi
Let each individual stand out and be their own person
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