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This dictionary and index comprises a selection of modern and everyday language that will be extremely useful for learners of the Maori language. It has a broader scope than traditional dictionaries, so as well as the words one would usually expect in a dictionary, it also includes; encyclopaedic entries designed to provide key information, explanations of key concepts central to Maori culture, comprehensive explanations for grammatical items, with examples of usage, idioms and colloquialisms with their meanings and examples.
This English–Maori and Maori–English dictionary has over 4,000 entries in each section.It relates to contemporary life by including words from English commonly used by today's Maori speakers. With a useful pronunciation guide and helpful information on parts of speech, it is an enormously useful tool for students and of relevance to linguists, anthropologists, researchers, and academics interested in Pacific Oceanic cultures and history.
The Raupo Essential Maori Dictionary is an invaluable introductory dictionary for students of te reo Maori.It features: clear, easy-to-follow Maori-English and English-Maori sections, with the Maori and English alphabets at the top of each page, all the wordsa learner is likely to encounter, including contemporary usage and modern terms, a section of themed word lists, including days of the week, months of the year, numbers, cities of New Zealand, colours, emotions, actions, parts of the body, in the classroom, and on the marae.
First published in 1981, this dictionary was designed as a comprehensive finder-list. Over 15,000 headwords are given, each of which may have as many as several hundred Maori equivalents. All the Maori words contained in Williams's Maori dictionary appear here under English equivalents, together with words recorded in Tregear's Maori-to-English dictionary but not in Williams. Well-established Maori borrowings from English are also included.