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Index of Māori Names: A to Ao Muraki


Compiled by Henry James Fletcher


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AA man who lived in the time of the overturning of the earth. A.H.M. 1:181.
AA Child of Papa. J.P.S. 39:34; 62:201.
AAAWA Female personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:67.
AANGAA name on a Ngati Ruarapua Genealogy. J.P.S. 6:185.
AAPA NUI RINGA MOTUAn ancestor of Te Arawa and Whanau apa nui. J.P.S. 1:215.
AARA Whangaroa Chief at Te Pohue. J.P.S. 49:600.
AATIAMURI J.P.S. 78:408. See Atiamuri.
AATI AWA Tribal group. J.P.S. 79:39; 101:391. see also Ati Awa.
AEAA pa in the Waikato. J.P.S. 19:201, 203.
AEA KA HURU MANUName of an ancient canoe. A.H.M. 2:117.
AEWAAncient name of Te Rarawa. Name of a lake. Chief of a pa at Murimotu.One of the leaders at Rotomate village, Murimoto. J.P.S. 38:15; 667:67. A.H.M. 1:142. S.T. 25. Wh. 65, 86. VI. S. 3.
AHATAUAKITUA East Coast Genealogy. Ngai Tahu Genealogy. J.P.S. 54:164.
AHATAUAKIWAHO East Coast Genealogy. Ngai Tahu Genealogy. J.P.S. 54:164.
AHATUA ROAA canoe belonging to Ngati Te Ata of Waiuku. J.P.S. 18:53.
AHAURAA tributary of the Grey River. Trans. 5:73, 177, 185; 7:443; 10:387; 18:321; 21:281; 23:467; 24:492; 43:313.AHI Rahiri genealogy. J.P.S. 47:opp 168
AHI A descendant of Whakumu. An ancestor of Whanau a Hine rupe. A descendant of Uenuku. A chief of Ngati Rakei. Asia.J.P.S. 4:29; 10:145; 15:76; 18:13; 25:6; 39:9; 101:36.
AHIAOne of the crew of Aea Ka Huru Manu. J.P.S. 50:146.A.H.M. 2:117
AHI A HAKI TE KURARefuge point Whakatipu. J.P.S. 28:224; 29:197.
AHIAHIA name on a Tuputupu whenua Genealogy. A chief of Waikato killed in Taranaki. J.P.S. 18:86, 180; 31:193. A.H.M. 6:5.
AHIAHI A TAUA chieftainess of Hawke's Bay. J.P.S. 15:86-87.
AHI A HINE TAPEKA Subterranean fire. J.P.S. 35:154.
AHIAHI O TAHUA descendant of Nga Toro i rangi. A prisoner taken by Whaitiri. J.P.S. 11:65. A.H.M. 1:87, 127.
AHIAHI O TAUAn ancestor of Ngati Manawa. J.P.S. 54:118-119.Trans. 37:138.
AHIAHI O TUA name on a Ngapuhi Genealogy. VI. S. 20.
AHI A HUHI Fire associated with the Myth of Poutini. J.P.S. 35:154.
AHI A MAHUIKA Ordinary fire.J.P.S. 35:155.
AHI A NGA TANEA name on a great tribal boundary. J.P.S. 16:183; 23:170; 43:Mem 10: 285.
AHI A TAHURANGI J.P.S. 40:78.
AHI A TE MOMOAn ancestor of Wairarapa. J.P.S. 10:148; 15:78; 27:12, 21.
AHI A TE NGU Fire used in a magic rite. J.P.S. 35:154.
AHI AUAName of a tree. A.H.M. 3:281.
AHI A UEThe name of a great disaster by fire in the South Island. J.P.S. 24:132; 28:50; 35:154.
AHI HARA KAPAA descendant of Tahania. J.P.S. 4:179.
AHI HORONGAA.H.M. 5:136-139.
AHI HURAHURAA descendant of Hoturoa of the Tainui. J.P.S. 1:225. A.H.M. 4:76.
AHIKAATAA descendant of Maka of Te Arawa. J.P.S. 1:223.
AHIKAEO Pa on Lake Whangape near Huntly. J.P.S. 49:158.
AHI KAIATAA chief of Ngati Awa. A member of Patuwai clan. A name in a dirge sung by the wife of Te Whaka etc. J.P.S. 2:112; 8:214; 10:21, 25; 12:38; 23:Genealogies 5 & 12. A.H.M. 5:250. M.B. 8:164.
AHIKAIATA TAMANAJ.P.S. 119:20.
AHI KAI KOURA A TAMAThe ancient name of Kai koura. J.P.S. 29:162. Trans. 38:162.
AHIKAROAA descendant of Maru tuahu. J.P.S. 17:20.
AHI KAURIA woman who lived at Horehore pa, Hawke's Bay. J.P.S. 15:67, 89.
AHI KERERUThe name of a pa in Tuhoe land. A name on a Ngati Maru Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:97; 11:53, 68, 142, 223, 227; 12:161; 35:160. Trans. 36:53. M.B. 4:173; 8:20, 167. VI. S. 104.
AHI KOMAUEmblematic name for volcanic fire. W.W. 1:149.
AHI KOUKAA block of land near East Cape. J.P.S. 4:1, 24, 27; 27:20.
AHI MANAWAName of a place near Te Whaiti. Mountain range. Tarawera Napier Taupo road. J.P.S. 13:153; 15:190; 65:41; 79:433, 435. A.H.M. 4:64. Trans. 43:225.
AHI MANUName of a place in Tuhoe. J.P.S. 11:61. Trans. 20:305.
AHI MOANAAn ancestor of Maui. A.H.M. 2:63.
AHINA ARIKIW.W. 2:172.
AHINARIKI An ancestor of Tamatea. A descendant of Nga Toro i rangi. J.P.S. 1:222; 22:Table I; 24:8. W.W. 2: 120 Table I, 234
A HINE KOHAIAn old pa near Gladstone. Wairarapa. J.P.S. 13:128.
AHI O HURIHANGA Ceremonial tapu fire.J.P.S. 35:154.
AHI O MAHUIKAOrdinary fire. J.P.S. 8:96.
AHI O MANONO A place in lower Hutt. J.P.S. 29:163.
AHI O MATIKA Ceremonial tapu fire. J.P.S. 35:154.
AHI O NGA TANEA place near Runanga on Napier Taupo road. Trans. 15: 439.
AHI O TAPEKAFire in the underworld. J.P.S. 8:96.
AHI O TUA name on a Ngapuhi Genealogy. J.P.S. 75:196; VI. S. 27.
AHIPANEPANEPlace name, Wairarapa. J.P.S. 102:40, 61.
AHI PANIAA man killed at Motu Ngaio pa Kawhia. J.P.S. 18:56.
AHIPARA A harbour on the West Coast north of Hokianga. J.P.S. 4:184-186; 13:71; 25:66; 27:22; 111:321-322, 324-327, 329-330, 335. Trans. 8:167-168; 17:300-301; 29:333, 383; 33:302-303; 34:392; 37:303; 39:433-434; 40:82, 88, 96-97; 42:203-213, 617, 622; 43:195-196, 201-221, 598, 603; 46:2, 6, 8; 47:91; 48:241. M.B. 7:291; 9:136. VI. S. 11, 15, 18, 60.
AHIPARERAPlace name, Wellington. J.P.S. 69:173.
AHI PAURAA man killed at the Chathams in 1835. J.P.S. 2:75-77.
AHIPENE KAIHAUA Ngati Te Ata chief . M.B. 7:119.
AHIPUTe Kanawa genealogy. J.P.S. 42:170.
AHI PUPUA place near Whangarei where Ihenga roasted some mussels. S.M. 86.
AHI PUWHENUAFire given by Mahuika to Maui. J.P.S. 38:51.
AHIRANGI Grandchild of Haumia and progenitor of spiders. J.P.S. 61:5-6.
AHI RARAThe name of a hill in an ancient Oriori. J.P.S. 13:159; 88:209. M.B. 8:122.
AHI RARA IHIA place near Whangara. A.H.M. 3:34.
AHI RARA RIKIA place near Whangara. J.P.S. 1:61; 27:14, 16. A.H.M. 3:34-35.
AHI RARATUA descendant of Toi. J.P.S. 9:112; 11:62; 13:5; 22:Genealogy 8.
AHI RARAUHEHapu oneone Genealogy. J.P.S. 23:Genealogy 5.
AHI RATAA Moriori who migrated to the Auckland Islands. J.P.S. 2:79.
AHI RAUA block of land near East Cape. J.P.S. 4:179; 18:159; 67:60; 99:162-163.
AHI RUNAA place in the Waikato. Trans. 2:79.
AHI RURUA man of Hawaiki taken prisoner by Nuku Tama roro. J.P.S 23:12. W.W. 2:123, 132.
AHI TAHIA famous taiaha. Wh. 21.
AHI TAHUHapu oneone Genealogy. J.P.S. 23:Genealogy. 5. Trans. 35:84.
AHI TAHU RANGIA name applied to the destruction of Tangaroa's followers. M.B. 10:113.
AHI TAINGAEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 15:66.
AHITAMAU Tamainupo/Tuteiwi genealogy.J.P.S. 65:54 Genealogy XI.
AHI TAPIA daughter of Hongahonga. A.H.M. 4:77-78.
AHI TAPOAA chief the removal of whose bones was the cause of war between Ngati Maru and Ngati Tamatera. A.H.M. 5:105, 108.
AHI TAPUAn ancestress of Nga Toro I rangi. W.W. 1:144.
AHI TARAKIHIAn old pa where present town of Opotiki stands. A battle where Ngai Tai were defeated. J.P.S. 15:49. Trans. 28:38.
AHI TAWHITOVolcanic fire. W.W. 1:148-49.
AHI TIPUAEmblematic name for earthquakes. W.W. 1:149.
AHI TITIA pa in Taranaki. J.P.S. 18:178.
AHI TOROVolcanic fire. W.W. 1:178.
AHI TUATINIWh. 170.
AHI TU MAHANAName on a Rangi and Papa Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:120.
AHI TU NUIName on a Rangi and Papa Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:120.
AHI TURAMA Name in an oriori by Te Rangi-tumomotu. J.P.S. 38:268.
AHI TU RANGIVolcanic fire. W.W. 1:178
AHI TU ROAName on a Rangi and Papa Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:120.
AHI TUTU HINAUA pa in Mangorewa forest near Rotorua. J.P.S. 13:67.
AHI TUTUKURUAA pa in Taranaki. J.P.S. 18:178.
AHI WEKAA chief killed at Poutama during the Waikato raid on the south. J.P.S. 17:193, 197-198; 25:91. A.H.M. 6:2.
AHI WERAA name on a Ngati Rongo Genealogy. J.P.S. 9:102; 27:89.
AHI WHARAUHoturoa Genealogy. Tamatekapua Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:157; 19:201.
AHO An ancestor of Hokianga people. A descendant of Manaia. J.P.S. 8:91; 10:82; 13:252; 23:16; 31:193; 65:220. A.H.M. 6: 262. W.W. 2:127, 137, 139.
AHOAHO East Coast Chief. Rotorua carver,1850-1880, son of Wharetoroa. J.P.S. 56:176;75:202.
AHOAHO HAPUONEONEGenealogy. J.P.S. 8:57; 12:38, 46; 23:Genealogy 5.
AHOAHO O TUKAPUAThe home of Hine pukohu rangi.Place where the cloud children dwell. J.P.S. 38:52.M.B. 10, 61.
AHO O TE RANGIAn ancestor of Tawhiao. A famous Toa of Ngati Paoa. J.P.S. 13:252; 50:104, 171 Genealogy, 172; 67:52; 99:45. A.H.M. 4:104.
AHO RANGIProgenitor of spiders. W.W. 1:159. M.B. 10:105.
AHORIKI An attendant of Kupe. J.P.S. 36:265, 274.
AHO ROAA descendant of Tia of Te Arawa. A place in Taranaki. J.P.S. 1:222; 2:242; 17:208. A.H.M. 6:105. Trans. 28:38.
AHO TURUTURUJuly.J.P.S. 35:175, 247; 37:169. W.W. 1:97, 99; 2:168.
AHOWAIWAI Old name for a tribe in the Ngati Porou area of Waiapu. J.P.S. 37:225.
AHU One of the homes of the Maori. Name of a canoe. Ahu of Hawaii. A Ngapuhi chief. J.P.S. 10:29, 34; 17:86; 22:13, 49-54, 196; 23:13, 15, 207; 24:21; 35:190, 190; 36:122, 128, 130-134, 296, 349, 362; 37:177, 196; 64:312; 67:67. A.H.M. 3:160-162; 4:65. M.B. 4:174, 188; 7:276-277. W.W. 2:11 , 24-27, 29, 32-33, 36, 78, 97, 124, 126, 133, 135, 197, 215, 233, 247.
AHUA Ahua Design and Illustration, Wellington. J.P.S. 38:265108:36.
AHUAHIRANGI A block of land in Manawatu. Trans. 38:6.
AHUAHU A thwart of a canoe called Te Pu whenua. An island in Hawaiki. Mercury Island. A stream tributary to the Whanganui. Heaped up: Maori names for Mangaia Island in the Cook Group and Mercury Island. J.P.S. 1:77; 2:223, 235; 4:19; 7:193; 9:149; 12:168; 13:37, 39, 50; 14:186-187; 16:75, 198; 23:207, 210; 24:21; 31:8, 10; 35:190; 36:131-134; 39:372; 46:214; 47:92; 51:i, 8-9, 17; 55:215; 62:86; 64:187, 491; 65:157; 76:44; 94:260; 116:318; 118:393. A.H.M. 2:5; 3:13, 28-33, 40, 57, 97, 160; 4:4; 5:213. P.M. 40. S.T. 14. W.W. 1:192. 2: 183, 197, 199, 215, 218, 235, 247. Wh. 25-26, 56. M.B. 4:174; 5:47; 7:45, 288, 291; 9:62, 98. Trans. 7:500; 14:23; 25:408; 32:359. VI. S. 52.
AHUAHU MATAROAJanuary W.W. 1:97.
AHUAHU TE RANGI A calabash on Takitumu. A place in Hawaiki. J.P.S. 23:217; 28:230. Trans. 31:634. W.W. 2: 224, 235.
AHUAITI Wife of Rahiri. Ngapuhi founding ancestor. J.P.S. 47:25, opp 168; 97:199.
AHUA O TE RANGI Image of heaven: Supreme deity. J.P.S. 57:172 see also Io.
AHUA RANGI A beautiful woman of Ngati Mamoe. A Tuahu on the Northern Wairoa. A.H.M. 3:246, 297. Trans. 10:80. VI. S. 37.
AHU A TURANGAOne of Te Rauparaha's canoes. A track across the Ruahine range. J.P.S. 16:132; 18:184.
AHU ITIA wife of Rahiri. VI. S. 29.
AHU KARAMUA chief of Ngati Raukawa. J.P.S. 10:130-131; 16:76; 18:174-175. A.H.M. 5:254; 6:34, 69. Trans. 5:67-68.
AHUKA TAPUAName on a Genealogy. South Island. S.D. 94 Table C.
AHU KAWA A prisoner taken at a fight called Awhenga. A place inland of Maketu. J.P.S. 14:71, 82, 86; 23:16; 51:20 Genealogy; 55:163. M.B. 4:188. W.W. 2: 126, 136.
AHUKUMAWIRIAA name on a creation Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:32.
AHUKU RANGIFather of Tu ahu rangi. A.H.M. 3:180-181.
AHUMAIThe heroine of Orakau. J.P.S. 19:201.
AHUMAI RANGI Name of a whirlpool.Tinakori range. J.P.S. 27:169; 38:53, 268
AHU MATAA hill on the Great Barrier. Trans. 22:81-84.
AHUMEAA chief of Ngati Whatua. J.P.S. 9:102.
AHU MUAA name in a song composed by Te Popo. A chief of Ngati Whatua killed at Te Ika a ranganui. J.P.S. 10:34. A.H.M. 5:106, 110.
AHUNAA river running into Lake Brunner. Trans. 21:210, 217, 220.
AHUNGAA name for Tiki. An ancestor of Tamatea pokai whenua. Whanganui Genealogy. East Coast Genealogy. Ngai Tahu Genealogy. J.P.S. 14:126; 23:124; 54:164; 55:164. Wh. 10 Genealogy, 40 Genealogy. M.B. 10:40.
AHUNGA A TE RAA descendant of Mahu. J.P.S. 1:226.
AHUNGA O TE IKA WHENUAA name on a Rangi Genealogy. Trans. 15:457.
AHU O ATEA Sacred place of Atea: possible derivation of Aotea. J.P.S. 65:157.
AHU O KURANUIThe name of Maka's Huru. M.B. 3:85.
AHU O TURANGA A track across the Ruahine range near the Manawatu gorge. J.P.S. 7:192; 9:88, 227; 10:110; 15:90, 92; 17:52, 189; 24:53. A.H.M. 5:88. W.W. 2: 275.
AHU PAROREA name on a Ngapuhi Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:151.
AHU PATIKIMaori name of Mount Herbert, South Island. A.H.M. 3:207.
AHU PUKE A wind. An Altar. J.P.S. 3:169, 173, 202, 207; 23:206. W.W. 2: 195, 214.
AHURA Chief of Karaerae canoe. J.P.S. 24:16; 35:239. W.W. 2: 242.
AHU RANGI A descendant of Kupe. Tawhaki's route to the heavens. Name of a Tuahu. J.P.S. 3:202, 207; 16:165; 18:73; 32:6; 36:377. W.W. 1:164; 2: 141, 152.
AHUREIName of a Tuahu. The man who killed Tete of Ngapuhi at Te Totara. J.P.S. 2:223, 230, 235, 247; 9:31-32; 14:98-99; 17:2, 76, 117; 18:48; 35:189; 43:190; 67:45-46. A.H.M. 5:159-160; 6:136. Ika. 310. M.B. 10:171.
AHUREWA Name of a Tuahu. J.P.S. 3:202, 207; 9:94; 24:53. A.H.M. 3:206. W.W. 2: 123, 126, 260.
AHURIRI A Ngapuhi chief. District around Napier. J.P.S. 8:123-133; 9:51, 136-140, 154-161; 10:25, 147-148; 13:59, 157; 14:85, 95; 18:154; 24:50-51, 60; 25:33, 39; 26:86; 27:49, 64; 28:16; 35:89, 106; 52:192-193; 66:257; 70:440;71:102, 104, 301; 78:17; 91:54, 60; 103:115;108:31. A.H.M. 3:64, 76, 86, 92; 4:103; 5:88; 6:24, 126. P.M. 103. Ika. 129, 195, 253, 411, 462, 542. M.B. 3:35, 37; 6:119, 266. Trans. 1C:17; 1E:17; 1G:67, 69; 2:202; 3:18, 7, 41, 60, 400; 6:327; 9:565, 590-593; 10:101, 483; 12:123; 14:50; 16:481; 18:327, 329, 368-371; 19:442-445, 549, 619; 20:282; 23:351; 24:454; 25:409; 26:489; 27:255, 378, 454; 28:560; 30:308, 519; 31:309; 35:34, 176; 36:444; 37:617; 42:60; 43:382; 46:7; 48:434. VI. S. 29. W.W. 2: 259, 273. see also Awapuni.
AHU ROAA pa in the Waikato. Block of land on the Patea river. J.P.S. 2:204; 16:131. P.M. 114. S.T. 283.
AHURUA common chief's name. J.P.S. 10:48, 163, 164; 11:62; 13:79; 17:46; 18:73, 160, 189; 19:83; 22:Genealogy 8; 23:205; 25:1-5; 26:19, 24; 32:67; 66:183; 67:67. S.M.101. Wh.110, 117, 135, 143. M.B. 10:54. Trans. 38:219, 229; 42:91-102. W.W. 2: 213.
AHURU MOAI RAKAA wife of Paikea. A.H.M. 3:31.
AHURU MO WAI RAKA J.P.S. 4:19.See also Ahuru Moai Raka.
AHUTAFather of the man who killed Captain Wakefield and Mr. Thompson at Wairau. A.H.M. 6:145.
AHUWHAKATIKI Of Ngaiterangi, Tauranga: son of Punakiao and Kumaramaoa. J.P.S. 65:54 Genealogy VI.
AI Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:67.
AIAA wife of Te Pehi. Ika. 531.
AIARIA name in a chant. A.H.M. 3:173.
AIHEPENE KAIHAUA Ngati Te Ata chief. Trans. 11:514-516. See also Ahipene Kaihau.
AIHU MOANAA name on a Houmea Genealogy. A.H.M. 3:25. Trans. 14:20, 32.
AIHU MOWAI RAKAA name on a Houmea Genealogy. Trans. 14:32.
AIHU RANGIA Tuhoe chief. J.P.S. 6:58, 185; 23:50 Genealogy 5.
AIKAA Ngai Tahu chief. Trans. 7:296.
AI KAURI Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:67.
AIOA name in a Karakia. J.P.S. 67:67. P.M. 86.
AIO HOU TAKETAKERangi and Papa Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:30; 6:168.
AIO MATUAA name in an ancient chant. J.P.S. 16:111, 115. M.B. 10:36.
AIO NUKUA name in an ancient chant. J.P.S. 16:111, 115. M.B. 10:36.
AIO PAPAA name in an ancient chant. J.P.S. 16:111, 115. M.B. 10:36.
AIO RANGIA name in an ancient chant. A name on a Tiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 7:58, 62-63; 16:111. A.H.M. 1:154. M.B. 10:36.
AIORIRIA priest of olden time. A.H.M. 1:168.
AIO TE KIA son of Tiki auaha. A.H.M. 1:158-165; 6:211-212.
AIO WHAKA TANGATAA descendant of Tiki auaha. A.H.M. 1:165; 6:312.
AI POTIKIA son of Tane. A.H.M. 1:152.
AIRA TE HINAUName of a Tuhoe native. J.P.S. 15:7. M.B. 10:221. Trans. 37:96.
AIRIA European connected to the Catholic mission, Whanganui. J.P.S. 35:223.
AITANGA J.P.S. 103:115.
AITANGA A APANUIThe descendants of Apanui. J.P.S. 9:68, 78.
AITANGA A HAUITI A Poverty Bay tribe. Ngati Porou hapu. J.P.S. 3:211, 216, 219; 4:20, 27; 5:8; 8:206; 9:21, 48, 51-60; 10:145; 13:75, 77; 25:41, 27:19, 21; 65:215; 71:144; 103:119. A.H.M. 3:149, 155. Wh. 109. Trans. 21:391; 45:372.
AITANGA A HINE MATE ROAA supposed wild race. A.H.M. 3:215.
AITANGA A KAHU MATA MOMOEThe descendants of Kahu mata momoe. J.P.S. 18:215.
AITANGA A KURIDescendants of Kuri. S.D. 99.
AITANGA A MAHAKIA Poverty Bay tribe. J.P.S. 3:64, 71, 211, 214; 6:186; 9:51, 59, 71, 81; 13:80; 14:73, 88; 23:91; 24:122; 27:21; 41:259-260; 54:118-119; 98:161. A.H.M. 3:155. Trans. 34:91.
AITANGA A MATE An East Coast tribe allied to Ngati Porou. J.P.S. 3:219; 4:18, 28, 181; 118:393.
AITANGA A NUKUMAI TOREA fairy tribe. J.P.S. 15:156. A.H.M. 2:8, 32. Trans. 37:111.
AITANGA A PUNGA Tribe of insect people. J.P.S. 61:2, 45. see also Aitanga Pepeke.
AITANGA A TE POPOROKEWADescendants of Poporokewa. P.M. 36, 38.
AITANGA A TE RAPUWAIA South Island tribe. A.H.M. 3:288-289.
AITANGA A TIKIDescendants of Tiki. J.P.S. 12:233; 32:56. P.M. 145. S.T. 56. Trans. 1F:1; 36:17.
AITANGA A TUA sub tribe of Ngati Kahungunu. J.P.S. 15:77.
AITANGA A TUMAA sub tribe of Ngati Kahungunu. J.P.S. 10:147.
AITANGA A TU WHAKAIRI ORADescendants of Tu whakairi ora J.P.S. 9:117-118.
AITANGA A WHAREA Poverty Bay Tribe. Trans. 25:397.
AITANGA A WHATADescendants of Whata. J.P.S. 15:86-87.
AITANGA KURIA South Island tribe. S.T. 225. See also Aitanga a Kuri.
AITANGA O RITIA South Island tribe. J.P.S. 28:46-47.
AITANGA O TAPUITIA South Island tribe. J.P.S. 28:46-47.
AITANGA PEPEKE Tribe of insect people. J.P.S. 61:2, 45. see also Aitanga a Punga.
AITARAKIHISouth end of Ninety mile beach South Island. J.P.S. 27:142. S.D. 228, 246.AITU J.P.S. 38:227
AITUNatural death. A Pa on the Piako river. Ngati Korokoro Genealogy. A name in an ancient chant. Houmai Tawhiti Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:161; 14:114, 129; 17:189; 43:260-261, 263-265. A.H.M. 1:129. 5:88. S.T. 310.
AITUAGod of misfortune. Ha marama Genealogy. J.P.S. 14:114, 210; 16:111, 115-116; 32:20; 35:21; 41:43. Wh.123. M.B. 10:37, 45.
AITUA TE RA KAI WAHOA grandson of Ha marama. J.P.S. 18:37, 39. Wh. 125.
AITUERERangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 14:210.
AITUHAUA god of the Whangai hau ceremony. J.P.S. 19:72.
AITUKIKINIRangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 14:210.
AITU O TE RANGI A chief of Ngati Kahu manu. Mother of Te Whatahoro. J.P.S. 9:52, 60; 103:115. W.W. 2: 24.
AITUPAWA One of the minor gods. J.P.S. 19:72; 24:53; 35:213, 217, 220; 38:227. W.W. 1:81, 91, 116, 125-131, 180; 2: 260, 276. M.B. 7:155;10:51, 124, 131.see also Itupawa.
AITUTAKI An island in the Cook Islands. J.P.S. 16:169-170, 199; 35:213, 217, 220; 36:134; 38:176-177, 184, 186, 205; 39:225; 40:59; 42:223-225; 43:17, 22, 24, 35, 73, 171, 178, 266; 44:155-156, 159-161, 189; 47:136, 158, 8, Mem 15: 5, 9; 51:198; 58:35, 52; 61:206; 64:187-188, 191, 193-196, 354; 70:3-5, 8, 148, 153, 163, 168, 171, 181, 185-186, 453; 71:Mem 34:9-10, 32-33, 104, 106, 122, 131, 138, 140-141, 147, 149, 151; 78:118-119, 518, 520, 522, 524-529; 80492, 494; 91:154; 98:275-291; 109:385. Trans. 38:114; 39:154-160.
AITUTAMAKIRangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 14:210.
AITU WHAKATIKARangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 14:210.
AKA East Coast Genealogy. Ngai Tahu Genealogy. A descendant of Mango of Waikato. A name on a Cosmogonic Genealogy. J.P.S. 7:112; 8:95, 119; 14:206; 18:67, 86; 23:124; 48:174, 177; 49:31; 54:164, 201; 67:67. A.H.M. 4:63, 68; 5:157. P. 72. Wh.10. M.B. 10:35, 39-40. Trans. 15:458; 31:646; 32:294; 40:186-187.
AKAAKA Salt water creek near Kaikoura. Maruiwi Genealogy. J.P.S. 24:36, 49. A.H.M. 3:268. W.W. 2: 258, 272.
AKAAKA MATUAOne of the family of Rangi. J.P.S. 103:144. W.W. 1:118, 153. M.B. 10:44, 48, 50, 66-68, 75.
AKAAKA NUI December. J.P.S. 26:155; 31:9-10; 34:303, 305; 35:175; 36:372. M.B. 6:111; 7:155. W.W. 1:97; 2:142, 194, 213.
AKAAKA WHENUA Maruiwi Genealogy. J.P.S. 24:53. W.W. 2: 260-261, 276.
AKAANGAA companion of Maru in the under world. Trans. 38:234.
AKA ARA ROAA Whanganui ancestor. J.P.S. 23:73-75.
AKA ARO ROAA man who helped Kahu to prepare a canoe for a voyage to the Chathams. J.P.S. 19:210-211; 46:116. W.W. 2: 141-144, 149, 151-154.
AKA KURAPorourangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:27.
AKAKURA RU Chieftainess of Ngatirongo, daughter of Ru Hoani and Te Rau Miria Te Haunui and wife of Rua Kenana. J.P.S. 92:384 see also Akura Ru.
AKA MAPUHIANgati Toa Genealogy. A Taranaki ancestor. J.P.S. 12:55. A.H.M. 4:64; 6:192.
AKA MATUAA pa of Ira tu roto. J.P.S. 27:159. A.H.M. 1:33
AKA NUI Grandfather of Rewi Maniapoto. An ancestress of Nga Toro i rangi. Maruiwi Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:203; 13:260; 24:36, 49; 48:134; 65:54 Genealogy V. A.H.M. 5:235. W.W. 1:144;. 2: 258, 272.
AKA O TAUA descendant of Turanga of Putauaki. J.P.S. 17:122.
AKAPATIKI Place name, Otago. J.P.S. 75:344.
AKA PIKITIAA chief of Hawke's Bay. Trans. 27:603.
AKAPOUA 1842 place name, southern South Island. J.P.S. 78:370.
AKA PUA HOUA high point of Huiarau range. J.P.S. 11:32; 23:90-95.
AKARAMA J.P.S. 49:620. See Akura and Akurama Tapu.
AKARANA Transliteration of the place name Auckland. Ngati Akarana. J.P.S. 37:176, 191; 38:181; 47:128; 54:235; 60:236; 67:207-208; 92:350-351. W.W. 2: 81, 140, 259. See also Tamaki .
AKA RAPANA Founder of the Rapana Church, an alternative to Ratana. J.P.S. 79:Mem 37:25.
AKAREWAA variety of Taro. M.B. 9:126.
AKARIMURangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:19.
AKARINOIA rope on the Takitimu. M.B. 7:288.
AKA RINORINOA rope on the Takitimu. J.P.S. 23:211. See also Akarinoi. W.W. 2: 200, 219.
AKAROA Harbour on Bank's Peninsula. J.P.S. 1:94; 10:96-97; 19:113-114; 21:178; 26:80; 30:97, 150; 41:209; 42:62; 45:63; 46:65, 73; 47:93; 48:164; 52:69; 55:225-229; 62:175; 76:317; 78:237, 365; 85:551; 97:133; 100:350, 361; 117:306. A.H.M. 3:197, 220-221, 230, 266-284, 308; 6:33, 83, 113, 129. S.D. 1-7, 13, 23, 54, 87, 113, 130, 132, 161, 186, 190, 233, 245-257, 267-273, 285-287, 290, 303. M.B. 4:153; 6:282. Trans. 1:198; 2:27, 223; 3:71; 5:78, 185, 311; 7:202; 10:65, 361; 11:441, 500; 15:14, 38, 214; 16:32, 71-80, 99-108, 114, 433-439; 17:8, 85-86, 118; 18:156; 19:7, 12, 18, 20, 39; 20:59, 226; 21:281; 23:467-472; 24:204-215, 266-269; 25:299-300, 406; 26:350; 27:404; 28:527; 29:187; 31:472. 32:58, 62, 66, 69, 169; 33:83; 34:329-356; 36:120, 135-136; 37:64, 264, 468; 38:277, 339; 39:125, 220, 362, 367, 376, 436-438; 40:29, 150-153, 176-179, 363; 41:58; 42:399; 43:202; 45:42; 46:3, 57-59; 48:214-215.
AKA ROROAA name in a Moriori Genealogy. J.P.S. 81:359. Trans. 37:146; 48:456.
AKATARAMEAA pa on the Waitaki about 24 miles from the heads S.D. 215.
AKATARAWAA tributary of the Hutt river. J.P.S. 52:191. Trans. 1E:5; 2:344, 347-348; 10:478-479; 15:364; 25:65; 44:417, 433; 46:296.
AKATAREWAAn old stockaded village of Ngati Tara on Mount Alfred, Wellington. J.P.S. 26:162-168; 27:6,171; 50:206.
AKATA TAAHANA J.P.S. 66:216, 236.
AKATAUIRA Son of Rongo. J.P.S. 47:Mem 15:3.
AKATEOA mineral spring, Wellington. Trans. 15:362.
AKA TAWHAIHotunui Genealogy. J.P.S. 32:42.
AKA TAWHIAHotunui Genealogy. J.P.S. 32:38, 43; 110:44.
AKATEAA name in a song. J.P.S. 27:222; 43:Mem 10:281.
AKA TE RANGI KAPEKEA chief of Te Totara pa killed by Hongi. Brother of Te Puhi. Ngati Maru leader. J.P.S. 9:30, 32; 54:203.
AKA TOREA place near Toke mai riro. J.P.S. 25:98. Trans. 9:142; 28:555, 577, 581; 32:58, 60, 64; 34:333-358; 37:382, 390; 46:215.
AKATOREAA place near Kai tangata. J.P.S. 25:98; 28:225.
AKA TU WHENUA Fern root cakes. A.H.M. 3:115.
AKAU A place south of Waikato heads. A wife of Te Rauparaha. An ancestor of Ira branch of Ngati Porou. Place name, Rangitoto (D'Urville Island); wife of Te Rauparaha; daughter of Hapeki-tuarangi. J.P.S. 1:229; 10:82; 18:26, 62-77, 127; 38:228; 50:119; 54:78; 67:48; 69:255; 75:190 Genealogy I; 78:483; 93:312. A.H.M. 3:33; 4:72; 5:52-53; 6:14, 19, 24, 61. P.M. 175. S.T. 9. S.D. 283. P. 48. Trans. IF:3; 5:45, 55.
AKAUIRO Place of a spring, Rarotonga (Maori tradition). J.P.S. 36:123.
AKAUMEAToi to hua tahi Genealogy. J.P.S. 17:25; 55:59.
AKAU RANGINgati Awa Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:120; 23:Genealogy 5.
AKAU TANGIA pa at Hataitai Wellington. J.P.S. 10:134, 136; 27:172.
AKEA chief of Ngati Hikairo. A tree. J.P.S. 28:61; 23:Genealogy 6, 169; 55:235 Genealogy; 67:67. A.H.M. 1:27; 3:221.
AKEAKE Type of wood; place name, Bay of Islands. Male and female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 42:2; 47:opp 172; 67:60.
AKE TUANGIANGIName in an oriori by Te Rangi-tumomotu. J.P.S. 38:268.
AKEAKEA swamp in the Mauku district. Trans. 34:363, 366.
AKEAKE MATUAOne of the minor gods. J.P.S. 31:46.
AKEAKE TAHUA man killed near Moutoa. Wh. 47.
AKEHAKEHA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:60.
AKEKE Female personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:60.
AKENE HIMIONA Descendant of Rikihana, Ngati Pariri. J.P.S. 55:45.
AKE MANAMaui Potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:182.
AKE RAUTANGIA daughter of Tane. J.P.S. 35:225. A.H.M. 6:221-222. Trans. 14:36, 38.
AKE TANGI REAProgenitor of Kahikatea. A.H.M. 6:221-222.
AKETIUTrans. 45:374.
AKETOKA Plenty of rocks: 1842 place name, South Westland. J.P.S. 78:370.
AKETUA Ngati Kahungunu chief. J.P.S. 25:83.
AKIRangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 39:190. A.H.M. 1:30, 50, 139; 2:91; 6:168. Trans. 7:34.
AKIAKIGrandfather of Toi. J.P.S. 39:9. Trans. 15:458.
AKIAKI TE RANGIMythological Genealogy. J.P.S. 7:40. A.H.M. 1:154.
AKIAKI WHENUA Anchor of the Arawa canoe.J.P.S. 44:36.
AKIKI A TE TAUAn ancient canoe. J.P.S. 1:217.
AKI MANOA name on a Rarotongan and New Zealand Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:30; 16:167; 64:184.
AKINGA O HUATAUDashing up of Huatau: point on west shore of Puketutu Island. J.P.S. 47:125, 127.
AKI PAREA sister of Tu hereua. J.P.S. 25:113-116.
AKI TAI Washed by the sea: tribal motto of Nga-oho aka Wai-o-hua. J.P.S. 47:125; 55:38; 97:120.
AKI TAIName of an ancient tribe. A.H.M. 5:71, 75-79.
AKITANGI O RONGOMAI Place between Pouto and Waikaretu where Rongomai's body was dashed against the rocks. J.P.S. 48:188.
AKITEATrans. 12:249. VI. S. 13, 35.
AKITEOTrans. 26:393-396; 27:664; 39:512, 519.
AKITIOA pa in Hawke's Bay. A river on East Coast Wellington. J.P.S. 9:53, 61, 68; 15:88, 92; 27:1; 36:261, 267, 276. A.H.M. 3:92. Trans. 2:198, 349, 351; 6:143; 10:424; 16:328; 21: 489; 29:506, 548.
AKITIUA place on Wellington coast. J.P.S. 25:87.
AKITUA learned man of Poverty Bay in 1840. J.P.S. 20:54. W.W. 2: 24, 30
AKITU O TE RANGIA chief of Kakahi makatea. J.P.S. 13:126-129; 15: 143-144.
AKIUTuhoe Genealogy. Trans. 36:20-21.
AKI WAIMamaru Hapu of Otakou. J.P.S. 3:12 Genealogy.
AKOAKO RAUA person Tawhaki met in his climb to the heavens. A.H.M. 1:58.
AKO PAI Name of Meeting House, Wellington College of Education. J.P.S. 99:74.
AKORO The fifth night of the moon. J.P.S. 37:340, 351. see also Okoro.
AKUA daughter of Hongi. J.P.S. 9:33; 67:67.
AKUAKUA village near East Cape. J.P.S. 1:60; 4:18, 27; 5:10; 16:67.42:126. Trans. 39:511; 48:7.
AKUHATANgati Kahungunu. Genealogy. J.P.S. 5:7.
AKUMATUA Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:60.
AKURA Place name. J.P.S. 79:32; 103:159.
AKURAMA J.P.S. 49:620-621. see Akurama Tapu.
AKU RAMA TAPUThe owner of Mataatua. Member of the Kurahaupo canoe; place name, Oakura River, aka Akura-matapu. J.P.S. 2:187-191; 3:51, 60, 70; 16:216, 217; 49:620-622. See also Oakura-matapu.
AMAOne of Whatahoro's teachers. J.P.S. 23:75.
AMAIDescendant of Ika of Te Arawa J.P.S. 3:.47; 18:213.
AMAKOOne of the defenders of Te Namu. Taranaki. J.P.S. 19:63.
AMARAMAAn Arawa who fought against Ngati Whatua at Te Ika a ranga nui. J.P.S. 10:38.
AMAREREA descendant of Tara of Hauraki. A.H.M. 5:38.
AMARIAA stream running into Lake Taupo. Trans. 20:332. (Hamaria).
AMARU One of the crew of Horouta. A chief of Puketapu Taranaki. J.P.S. 1:231; 3:216; 4:45; 6:181; 9:146; 17:140; 19:92; 25:111-112; 39:193; 63:40. A.H.M. 3:58. W.W. 2: 172.
AMARU ARIKIA chief of Puketapu Taranaki. J.P.S. 17:140. See also Amaru.
AMARU NUI A name on a Whatonga genealogy. W.W. 2: 172. This should be Te Amaru-nui.
AMARU NUI A RANGIA far back ancestor of East Coast tribes. J.P.S. 3:212; 4:29.
AMARUMOARI Ngati Pariri genealogy. J.P.S. 55:50, 77, 78 Table 50.
AMARUNUI Ngati Pariri genealogy. J.P.S. 55:50, 77, 78 Table 50.
AMARU PAKIHIWIRangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:143.
AMARUPUHAKE Ngati Pariri genealogy. J.P.S. 55:50, 77, 78 Table 50.
AMARU ROREA chief of Puketapu Taranaki. J.P.S. 17:140.
AMARU TAEPA A name on a Whatonga genealogy. W.W. 2: 172 This should be Te Amaru-taepa
AMARU TAWHITIOne of the crew of Kura haupo. J.P.S. 16:217.
AMARU TE RAA chief of Ngati Tu a Rotorua. J.P.S. 18:212.
AMARU WHAKAPUTA A name on a Whatonga genealogy. W.W. 2: 172. This should be Te Amaru-whakaputa
AMARU WHAKATARERangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:143.
AMATIATIAOutrigger of a canoe. A.H.M. 3:135.
AMA WHITIA place near the source of the Mohaka. J.P.S. 25:112.
AMETOThe lowest stage of the under world. J.P.S. 14:112, 127.
AMIAWATOAA wife of Tangaroa. Trans. 38:132.
AMIO WHENUAA great expedition of Ngapuhi and others on the south. J.P.S. 6:61; 8:216; 9:34, 85-92, 146, 155; 10:22, 152-153; 15:91-93; 18:27, 35, 78, 101, 103-113; 27:64; 48:134; 67:333; 88:393. Wh. 126.
AMIRIAA Ngati Apa woman taken captive by Waikato at Turakina. J.P.S. 91:641. Trans. 42:107.
AMIRIA PAUAHIJ.P.S. 119:157.
AMOA chief of Ngati Maru. Tuhoe Genealogy. Hapu oneone Genealogy. Part of the covering of Rangi. J.P.S. 18:29-30; 22:Genealogy 8; 23:Genealogy 5; 67:67; 72:418. Ika. 313-314. A.H.M. 1:49; 6:201, 203. Trans. 36:20-21.
AMOAA descendant of Tu tamure of Panenehu. J.P.S. 1:8, 153.
AMO AKE TE RANGITamatea Genealogy. J.P.S. 15:87. A.H.M. 6:176.
AMOAMO TE RANGI A hill in Hawaiki. J.P.S. 19:213; 23:78. W.W. 2: 147, 157.
AMOAMO TE RIAKE A trustee of the General Assembly of the Ringatu Church. J.P.S. 51:52.
AMO A TAI Rotorua carver,1830-1860. J.P.S. 56:176.
AMO AWATAPU Ngatoroirangi genealogy: Ngati Tarawhai carver. J.P.S. 79:71, 83-84. see also Tara Te Awatapu.
AMO HAERETuhoe Genealogy. Tama te kapua Genealogy. J.P.S. 36:206. A.H.M. 6:199. Trans. 35:84.
AMOHANGAAn ancestress of Waikare Moana people. Trans. 42:458.
AMOHAUA hill in an old chant. A chief of Te Arawa. Ngati Kahungunu. Genealogy. J.P.S. 5:7; 9:67-68, 77; 13:51-52; 32:122, 126; 77:219; 99:44, 130-131, 174-175. A.H.M. 4:67; 5:140, 186, 233. P.M. 130. S.T. 11, 16.
AMOHIA Name in poem: Domett's Ranolf and Amohia.J.P.S. 67:214, 235.
AMOKAA pa on the Taiari. J.P.S. 25:2; 78:189.
AMOKURAOne of the sacred birds whose plumes were used by the Whatu kura. 63:244. W.W. 1:163. M.B. 6:219.
AMO MATETane Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:201.
AMONGAA chief of Ati Awa. A descendant of Toroa. J.P.S. 2:110, 249, 251; 3:63-64, 69, 71; 17:121-122.
AMOPOUA name in a famous boast. J.P.S. 11:239; 12:214.
AMO RAKAUToi Genealogy. J.P.S. 22:Genealogy 8.
AMO RANGIEmblem of an atua carried by a priest. J.P.S. 13:76.
AMO TAWAPaikea Genealogy. A.H.M. 3:32; 6:.249.
AMOTEOA bay on Coromandel Peninsula. Trans. 31:490.
AMOTU TAKA NAWAA man of Ngati Pikiao killed by Ngapuhi in Hongi's raid on the Arawa country. J.P.S. 13:65-66.
AMOTUTU Grandparent of Te Kooti. J.P.S. 51:20 Genealogy; 55:2.
AMURIPlace and district in South Island. J.P.S. 3:117; 48:198, 199; 78:228. A.H.M. 3:308; 6:77, 79. Trans. 2:381; 3:293; 5:72-74, 423; 6:335-336, 341-364; 9:550, 581-589; 10:394-395, 420, 487-488, 494; 11:464, 536; 15:362, 382-383; 16:440; 18:318-323; 19:395, 400-407; 20:259-260; 21:269-293, 494, 497, 503, 519; 22:377-387; 23:238, 240, 475; 24:491; 26:263; 27:329, 337; 31:511, 547; 32:169-171, 179, 182; 34:468; 36:405-415; 37:467, 492, 542, 545; 39:75-76, 303; 11:32; 13:588; 43:302, 382-407, 521, 524; 44:61, 222, 226, 230, 256; 45:294; 46:292; 47:55, 337, 350; 48:8, 18, 29-40, 48-58, 88, 119.See also Haumuri.
ANAA place on the Rangitikei river 36:272; J.P.S. 67:67. Trans. 42:108, 113.
ANAA Chain Island in the Tuamotu group (Maori tradition). J.P.S. 36:131; 39:224-225, 240, 242; 44:64.
ANA-A-MANIAPOTO Great cave, King Country. J.P.S. 43:101 see also Ana-a-uriuri.
ANAANAThe name of the haka danced before Kae. A.H.M. 2:146.
ANA ANU NUKUA cave at Whare kauri. J.P.S. 64:405. Trans. 37:150.
ANA ATAMAI RANGIA cave about two miles south of Porirua harbour. J.P.S. 18:172.
ANA A TEA cave in South Canterbury. J.P.S. 27:157.
ANA A URIURI Great cave, King Country. J.P.S. 43:101.
ANA A WAITe Ngawai stream. J.P.S. 27:147, 157.
ANA A WHENUAA cave in South. Canterbury. J.P.S. 27:157.
ANAHAAn Arawa carver. J.P.S. 34:281; 56:178. see also Ana-a-Maniapoto.
ANAHA TE RAHUI Arawa master craftsman. J.P.S. 65:315; 79:72-74, 83-84.
ANA HAUName of a place at Takaka Nelson. Trans. 25:304.
ANA HAWEABligh Sound. J.P.S. 25:92.
ANA I HAUAMaui's burial cave. A.H.M. 2:85.
ANA I OREMU Cave of Oremu: Burial site between Waihi and Tokaanu, Lake Taupo. J.P.S. 97:121-123.
ANA I TAUPOA name in game of Cat's Cradle. M.B. 8:44.
ANA KAI TANGATAAn ancient pa in the upper Waikato. J.P.S. 2:204. 13:6.
ANAKARANGAHU J.P.S. 45:5.
ANAKIWA Place name, Queen Charlotte Sound. J.P.S. 49:473.
ANA KOPIROA cave at Wainui o mata. J.P.S. 27:10; 65:354.
ANA KOTAHAName of a cave near the lost Terraces.J.P.S. 50:123, 126-127. A.H.M. 4:43
ANA KOTAHA A MARU Rocky outcrop,Thames Estuary. J.P.S. 50:126-127. see also Anakotaha.
ANA MATAO 
ANANIA AMOHAU Staff, Maori Affairs Department. J.P.S. 61:157.
ANA NUIA flat on Mayor Island. Trans. 17:425.
ANAOANAOMythological Genealogy. J.P.S. 7:112.
ANA O KAHUMAROAA cave at Takapuna. J.P.S. 33:133; 60:92.
ANA O KAHUNGUNUA cave on one of the rocky islands in Wellington harbour. J.P.S. 10:151; 27:166.
ANA O KARANGAHAPEA name in a game of Cat's Cradle. M.B. 8:44.
ANA ORONGOMAIA cave on the south of Pahiatua. J.P.S. 15:146.
ANA O RONGOMAIPAPA Cave near Vernon Bluffs, Wairau. J.P.S. 36:367.
ANA O RONGO TAUAKAA cave at Maunga pohatu. J.P.S. 23:94.
ANA O TARAROA place on the Whanganui river where Ngapuhi under Tuwhare were badly beaten. J.P.S. 8:229; 18:37-38. Wh. 122.
ANA O TAWAName of a battle at Waikare Moana. J.P.S. 7:121; 11:28.
ANA O TE NGARARAA cave on the western side of the Waiau river Southland. J.P.S. 14:194; 28:215.
ANA O TE WHEKEA cave at Castlepoint. J.P.S. 16:156.
ANA O TIKITIKIA cave used as a food store at Waikare moana. M.B. 5:85.
ANA O TU WHAKAPAUA cave near the Nuggets. J.P.S. 31:134.
ANA O WEKAJ.P.S. 36:272. M.B. 4:184.
ANA PAIA place in Totara bay, Nelson. Trans. 31:300.
ANA PARAPARACaves that used to exist between Kaipara and Manukau. A.H.M. 5:80-81.
ANA PAURAA cave about three miles south of Porirua harbour. J.P.S. 18:172.
ANA PUAA bay in Tory Channel. J.P.S. 19:116.
ANA PUATAIA stronghold of Ngati Kahungunu. J.P.S. 13:9.
ANA PUTA A hole in a cliff at Hauraki. J.P.S. 27:168; 36:272, 281. A.H.M. 4:30, 35-36. W.W. 2: 124.
ANA RAKI Rock art site, Weston escarpment near Oamaru. J.P.S. 91:167.
ANA RAPARAPAA cave and pa that belonged to Ngati Ira. J.P.S. 3:217.
ANARERU 1842 place name, southern South Island. J.P.S. 78:370.
ANAREWAA South Island Wharekura. J.P.S. 27:151.
ANA ROAA cave at Atupae. And a cave at Makotuku. Trans. 42:86; 46:345-350.
ANA RUA place in French Pass. J.P.S. 10:74-75; 32:43; 55:11.
ANARU MAHIWHARA Chief/Tribal historian of Ngai-tai, Maraetai. J.P.S. 55:37. see also Anaru Makiwhara.
ANARU MAKIWHARA Chief/Tribal historian of Ngai-tai, Maraetai. J.P.S. 55:26. see also Anaru Mahiwhara.
ANA RURUA place in the Bay of Plenty. J.P.S. 13:16.
ANATAHIName of a man in an Ati Awa story. J.P.S. 19:136.
ANA TAPUHoturoa Genealogy. J.P.S. 19:201.
ANATAWAKI Cave of the crested penquin: cave near Supper Cove, Dusky Sound. J.P.S. 78:189.
ANA TOKIA cave at Maunga pohatu. A river in Nelson. J.P.S. 23:94. Trans. 4:337-338; 15:404; 43:309, 449-450.
ANA TORIA river in Nelson. Trans. 29:635.
ANA TOTOA point on the mainland west of French Pass. J.P.S. 18:195.
ANA TUKUA hill at the source of the Waitakare. Trans. 4:272.
ANA TUOROA cave at Te Whaiti. J.P.S. 8:114. Trans. 35:65; 40:195.
ANAUA lake in the South Island. J.P.S. 14:193-196; 21:147, 177-178; 24:15, 132; 25:12, 61, 92, 94; 26:106; 27:142; 29:194; 45:129; 60:162; 61:90, 94, 103, 113; 65:177, 233, 239; 67:158; 78:13, 203, 347-348, 359, 498, 509, 512; 91:54, 59, 61-62, 65-67, 70, 73-75, 77, 79-80; 95:102; 113:294; 119:130. A.H.M. 3:258; 4:71. M.B. 2:19. Trans. 1A:3; 1B:14; 3:254, 260, 262; 5:430; 6:111-112; 8:129, 140; 9:142, 591; 10:88; 14:202, 239, 242-246, 561-562; 15:366; 16:455; 18:78-80, 113; 19:454; 20:267; 21:227-230, 503; 22:297-299, 520; 23:113-119, 352; 24:365, 493; 25:75, 270-275, 406; 26:121, 268, 513, 682; 27:422-423, 428, 441; 28:540-590; 29:422, 459-506, 537; 30:291, 410; 31:1, 3-4, 465, 675-676; 32:51, 140-147, 165, 174, 425; 33:98, 222, 240, 328; 35:282, 284, 288; 36:120, 398, 432, 446-452; 37:264; 38:114-115, 337-341; 40:283, 497; 41:108; 42:257; 43:380, 453, 463, 478; 45:256, 265; 46:221, 223, 226; 47:43-44. W.W. 2: 241.
ANAUAAn uncle of Major Kemp. J.P.S. 10:163; 18:33, 102, 160, 167; 19:5; 27:213; 45:1, 3. M.B. 6:122. Wh.120-123, 142-147, 160, 178-192, 217, 331. Trans. 42:112.
ANAURAA Ngati Ira pa. District at East Cape. J.P.S. 3:217-219; 10:145; 15:74-76; 16:27; 24:50; 27:20; 37:192-193, 213-214; 49:474-475; 98:49-72. A.H.M. 3:33, 95, 154. Trans. 10:101-102, 133; 19:352; 21:395; 23:459; 29:510, 519, 526; 35:33; 39:443. W.W. 2: 258, 272
ANA URIURIA place on the Waipa-Mokau. Maori track. J.P.S. 18:11; 48:130.
ANAWERA Point at Riwaka River mouth, Tasman Bay. J.P.S. 85:463.
ANA WHAKAIROA cave at Waiau, South Island. J.P.S. 19:220; 23:33, 112, 218; 24:16; 26:78; 52:197. W.W.2: 223, 230, 241.
ANA WHAKATANGIWHAITIRIA cave at Maunga pohatu. J.P.S. 23:95.
ANA WHATAA cave that existed a little north of Manukau. J.P.S. 49:480; 64:307, 309, 311. A.H.M. 5:81.
ANEWA Kahungunu Genealogy. Toi Genealogy. J.P.S. 51:20 Genealogy.
ANEWA NUKU Whirlwinds-of-earth. J.P.S. 66:228.
ANEWA O TE RANGITuri's spear. J.P.S. 9:203, 205, 219, 222; 44:43.
ANEWA RANGI Whirlwinds-of-heaven. J.P.S. 66:228.
ANGA J.P.S. 43:173.
ANGAANGA J.P.S. 111:89.
ANGAANGAWAERO Daughter of Te Arawa Chief Wahiao and wife of Hape brother of Haua. J.P.S. 50:172.
ANGAIAO Ngati Pariri genealogy. J.P.S. 55:78 Table 50.
ANGAIO Ngati Pariri genealogy. J.P.S. 55:55, 72, 76.
ANGI J.P.S. 45:154.
ANGIANGI Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 35:247; 67:67.
ANGO Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:67.
ANITuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 6:62.
ANIA ARIKI High born woman of Uru, a wife of Atia-nui-ariki. J.P.S. 36:346, 348, 360-361. W.W. 2: 38. (Ania-ariki) See also Aniariki.
ANI APORO Tribal genealogist. J.P.S. 103:169.
ANIA RIKI A high chieftainess from the Uru people. A wife of Atia-nui-ariki. W.W. 2: 2-3, 13. See also Ania-ariki.
ANI HIKOThe chieftainess who gave the canoe Te Hake Rangatira, to the Dominion Museum. M.B. 7:122-123.
ANI I WAHOToi Genealogy. J.P.S. 7:235; 66:261; 75:192.
ANIMARIKA J.P.S. 119:15.
ANINIA place near Papuni Tuhoe. J.P.S. 27:89. Trans. 38:193.
ANI PAHARU HURIWAI J.P.S. 113:86.
ANI PAPE Ngatoroirangi genealogy.J.P.S. 79:84.
ANI PARERAUTUTU Mother of Paul Tapsell of Te Arawa. J.P.S. 106:346, 358.
ANITAA small bay Milford Sound. J.P.S. 78:12. Trans. 37:481, 484.
ANIUKINATAHARANGI. J.P.S. 55:165.
ANIU KI TAHA RANGIFourth in descent from Paoe of Horouta.Rangimatoru-Nukutere-Horouta genealogy. J.P.S. 3:214; 7:113; 51:20 Genealogy; 52:17; 66:260; 75:190 Genealogy II.
ANIU WARUName of a canoe. A.H.M. 3:3.
ANIWATuputupu whenua Genealogy. J.P.S. 18:86; 37:343, 354; 46:24-26; 53:110 Genealogy; 67:60.
ANIWAANIWAFather of Porourangi. Ancestor of Te Puni. A stream near Runanga. J.P.S. 17:188; 19:37, 201; 23:170; 25:163. P.M. 183. A.H.M. 1:87; 3:107.
ANIWANIWA Grandchild of Raumahora and Takarangi, child of Te Whiti-o-Rongomai; wife of Te Whetu of D'Urville Island; parent of Pourangi. J.P.S. 36:259; 43:244; 45:154; 51:opp20 Genealogy; 55:164.
ANIWAHOAncestor of Ngati Awa of Bay of Plenty. J.P.S. 3:50; 18:160.
ANIWARUOne of Rata's canoes. J.P.S. 31:10. M.B. 7:155 See also Aniuwaru.
ANIWHAKurapoto Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:223.
ANIWHANIWHAA waterfall at Waikare moana. Trans. 9:567.
ANOA spring in Rarotonga named Marau nui a Ano. J.P.S. 7:145.
ANOATUA name in Turi's Tapuae. J.P.S. 9:226; 44:45.
ANO MATAOA wife of Tangaroa. M.B. 2:3.
ANONOKIAA slave of Whaitiri's Trans. 19:530, 532. Ika. 139.
ANUEmblematic name for cold. A Whanganui pa. Ngati Mutunga Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:162; 2:130; 3:10; 49:170; 97:203. Wh. 110. A.H.M. 1:29, 34, 44.
ANUANU Ngapuhi/Tuhoe/Tainui/Arawa/ Toroa genealogy. J.P.S. 75:190 Genealogy I; 97:203.
ANUHAUAn Arawa chief. J.P.S. 32:124.
ANUHEThe caterpillar. (Mythological). J.P.S. 10:8; 61:6. M.B. 9:51.
ANU I WAHOCreation Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:34.
ANU KA WEWERACreation Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:32.
ANU KA WEWEROCreation Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:32.
ANUKU KA WEWERACreation Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:32. See also Anu ka Wewera.
ANUKU MAHANATura Genealogy. A.H.M. 2:6.
ANUKU WHAKARERETura Genealogy. A.H.M. 2:6.
ANU MAHANACreation Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:32, 34.
ANUMAIRANGI J.P.S. 103:145.
ANU MATAOCreation Genealogy. J.P.S. 7:204. A.H.M. 1:29, 34, 44, 53; 6:197. S.M. 18. Trans. 24:483.
ANU MATECreation Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:29, 44, 53; 6:197.
ANU MATOCreation Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:32.
ANU RANGIKumara brought by Hoturoa. J.P.S. 28:26. A.H.M. 2:180. M.B. 9:55.
ANU TAIKumara brought by Pourangahua. A.H.M. 117. Trans. 14:43.
ANU TIPOKIA variety of Kumara. M.B. 9:55.
ANU WAIRangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:53; 6:197.
ANU WAIHO Name in a karakia by Tareahi. J.P.S. 35:9.
ANU WHAKARERERangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:29, 44, 53; 6:197.
ANU WHAKATORORangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:29, 44, 53; 6:197.
ANGARangi Genealogy. A place on the Marokopa river. J.P.S. 14:12. A.H.M. 6:173. Trans. 20:321.
ANGA A MAIAn Ariki who was supposed to cure leprosy. Trans. 37:64.
ANGAANGA TAPU O TANEA sacred house. A.H.M. 1:64.
ANGAHUEA descendant of Whiro nui of Wahine iti. J.P.S. 1:229.
ANGAKEA star. Ika. 364.
ANGAPIPIA man killed fighting against Tuhoe. J.P.S. 6:60-61.
ANGA RAKAUNgati Kahungunu Genealogy. J.P.S. 13:165.
ANGIA man, said to have been killed on Takitimu. A.H.M. 72, 74. Trans. 12:81; 15:448.
ANGIANGIPaoa Genealogy. Maui Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:79; 3:217; 15:87; 22:64, 66; 24:123; 25:84, 110; 31:31. A.H.M. 6:208.
ANGIANGI RAROOne of the places to which Whiro was exiled. W.W. 1:99.
ANGIANGI RE RANGIA chief of Ngati Ira. A.H.M. 3:152.
ANGIANGI TUOne of the places to which Whiro was exiled. W.W. 1:99.
ANGINA MAI WAHOTaka mai te rangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 4:71.
ANGI TAHI MUTUA Poutiriao. M.B. 10:65.
AOPo Genealogy. Tuputupu whenua Genealogy. East Coast Genealogy. Ngai Tahu Genealogy. Captain of Karaerae canoe. One of the crew of Tainui. J.P.S. 1:224; 2:140; 4:41; 11:132, 147; 12:57;16:111; 18:86, 167, 183; 19:214; 21:174; 23:80; 36:286, 378;41:236;46:117; 49:21; 54:164; 67:67; 89:471; 107:383. M.B. 10:36, 38. A.H.M. 1:vii, 5, 11, 18, 24, 177-178; 2:6, 81, 86; 5:111; 6:35, 89, 164, 186, 188, 193-194. P.M. 3-4, 8. S.T. 56. Trans. 1F:1; 5:84; 30:51; 42:92. Wh. 131, 134. W.W. 2: 159.
AO AIOAn ancient period of light. J.P.S. 14:210. M.B. 10:40.
AOAO NUNUIAn ancient canoe. J.P.S. 5:112-113.
AO ATARAU Name for phase of light. J.P.S. 37:227.
AOAUEA name in an Oriori. J.P.S. 15:187.
AOERATuri Genealogy. J.P.S. 13:93.
AO HAERE TAHIToi Genealogy. J.P.S. 22:216, Table II; 27:10, 60-61; 55:65, 67-68, 70, 79 Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:178. Trans. 48:429. W.W. 2: 94-95, 118, 120 Table II.
AO HANGATu rere ao's pa. Site of a gas spring. Wh. 27. Trans. 2:198-199; 21:489.
AO HANGA ROAMaui potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:182 Genealogy.
AO HAUArawa Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:242; 79:28, 34-35; 103:117, 119, 124, 161. M.B. 8:56.
AO HEKEREA guardian of Maui potiki A.H.M. 2:71. Trans. 7:36.
AO HIAWERangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:20, 31; 6:170.
AO HIKIHoturoa Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:250.
AOHIKU MUTUA guardian of Kahukura. A.H.M. 3:61.
AO HIKU RAKIMamaru Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:11; 55:221-222, 235 Genealogy. Trans. 10:65-66.
AO HIKU RANGIJ.P.S. 27:156. A.H.M. 3:198. Same as Ao Hiku Raki.
AO HINGAA name in an old lament. A.H.M. 5:51.
AO HOREAn ancestor of Tamatea. Porourangi Genealogy. Mythological Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:216; 4:24-25, 27; 7:113; 15:185; 23:125; 32:117;35:239; 51:20 Genealogy. M.B. 10:105, 118. Trans. 40:188.
AO HOU New world: quarterly publication of the Maori Affairs Department. J.P.S. 64:31; 67:233, 235-238; 79:216; 82:125, 140; 87:5; 90:169, 196, 208; 91:15.
AO HUAKINA Descendent of Paikea. Porourangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 55:164.
AO HURIHIAAn ancestor of Ngati Parera. J.P.S. 27:110.
AO HURUHURUA Maori story in the Cape of Good Hope Library. J.P.S. 15:178; 78:461.
AO HURUNGA. TE RAToi Genealogy. J.P.S. 23:86.
AO I MATAUA period of light. J.P.S. 14:210. M.B. 10:40.
AO I MAUIA period of light. J.P.S. 14:210. M.B. 10:40.
AO I RAROA period of light. J.P.S. 14:210. M.B. 10:40.
AO I RUNGAA period of light. J.P.S. 14:210. M.B. 10:40.
AO KAHIRATapuika Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:49.
AO KA HIWAHIWAA period of light. P.M. 5, 87.
AO KAIA name in a chant. A.H.M. 3:286. 4:13; 5:15.
AO KAI HAEREPaikea Genealogy. S.D. 94. B.
AO KAIHIEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 5:5.
AO KAI RAUAn ancestor of several East Coast tribes. J.P.S. 4:28-29.
AO KAI TUA chief of Ngati Kahungunu. J.P.S. 10:89, 94, 129; 18:158-159.
AO KAI WHITIANGA TE RAName of a house in a chant. J.P.S. 9:231.
AO KAKARAURI Name for phase of light. J.P.S. 37:227.
AO KANAPANAPAA period of light. P.M. 5.
AO KAPUA A canoe built by Tu-te-rangiatea at Hawaiki. Place where Moko landed on Rarotonga (Maori tradition). J.P.S. 36:124. W.W. 2: 3, 38.
AO KAPUA RANGIAn old Wharekura. J.P.S. 21:32; 38:52.
AO KAPUA TE RANGI A name for Whaitiri's home. J.P.S. 36:378.
AO KAPU RANGITawhaki Genealogy. Waitaha Genealogy. A chief of Arero o te uru pa. A lady who saved many lives when Ngapuhi took Mokoia. J.P.S. 2:242; 3:49; 8:180, 182, 185, 197, 235-249; 9:21, 149-150; 13:67. 18:209; 65:224; 78:484; 110:46-48, 51-53. Wh. 73-74.
AO KA REREMaui Genealogy. Trans. 15:459.
AO KATOAA chief with Ngapuhi during their raid on Hawke's Bay. J.P.S. 9:53, 61; 51:12.
AO KA WHAINga Toro i rangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:222; 2:206.
AO KA WHAKIToi Genealogy. J.P.S. 22:Table I. W.W.2: 120 Table I.
AO KEHU Rangi Genealogy. The man who killed the great Taniwha, Tutaeporoporo. J.P.S. 5:122; 8:228; 13:91-98; 14:132, 134, 182; 16:148, 190; 17:45; 18:37; 24:30; 45:1-3. A.H.M. 1:49; 6:185. Wh. 3, 14-16, 25, 42, 59, 122. Trans. 42:76-77, 96, 106, 112. W.W. 2: 251.
AO KETAHI Great grandson of Aokehu and Eringa.J.P.S. 45:2.
AO KI ROTOA period of light. J.P.S. 14:210. M.B. 10:40.
AO KI TE KAPUAA sister of Pukoro auahi. J.P.S. 21:91.
AO KI TUAA period of light. J.P.S. 14:210. M.B. 10:40.
AO KUMEAA period of light. J.P.S. 14:210. M.B. 10:40.
AO KURANAHE Descendent of Tamatera. J.P.S. 66:262 Genealogy.
AO KURA TAWHITI Kiwa Genealogy. J.P.S. 51:20 Genealogy.
AO KURIA place in French Pass. J.P.S. 22:105.
AO MAA period of light. J.P.S. 14:210. M.B. 10:40.
AO MAI URURuapani Genealogy. J.P.S. 6:180.
AO MAKINGAA chief killed at Te Ana Kai tangata J.P.S. 2:204.
AO MANIA A wife of Tu whakairi ora.J.P.S. 35:316. A.H.M. 3:137. Trans. 13:46.
AO MARAMA The space between heaven and earth. A chief of Ngati Wehi. Rangi Genealogy. East Coast Genealogy. Ngai Tahu Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:226; 5:2; 7:40; 8:229; 14:12, 126, 127; 18:54; 22:131-133; 23:76, 86; 32:113; 44:42-46; 46:107, 117; 54:162-164; 55:53; 83:Mem 40:9; 99:306; 119:126-129. W.W. 1:94, 161, 168; 2: 51, 66, 68, 144, 155. A.H.M. 1:18, 24, 153. 6:165. S.M. 12. S.T. 56. M.B. 5:31; 10:38. Trans. 9:26; 32:356.
AO MARAMA NUISpace between heaven and earth. W.W. 1:168.
AO MARAMA O TAIAO Name for phase of light in primordial ages. J.P.S. 37:226.
AO MARAMA ROASpace between heaven and earth. W.W. 1:168.
AOMARARAAn ancestress of Nga Maihi subtribe. J.P.S. 23:85, Genealogy 12.
AO MAREREA Ngati Mamoe chief. J.P.S. 29:190; 35:109.
AO MARIREA South Island Chief. A.H.M. 3:290. Trans. 10:71.
AO MAROFather of children eaten on Takitimu. A.H.M. 3:72.
AO MARUTu nui a rangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 13:155.
AO MATA KAKAAn ancestor of Tamatea pokaimwhenua. J.P.S. 23:125. A.H.M. 2:13. Wh. 2.
AO MATAKIRangi Genealogy. Mamaru Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:14. A.H.M. 1:20, 31; 6:171.
AO MATANGI Ngai Tahuhu Genealogy. Ngati Toa. Genealogy. Ngati Maniapoto. Genealogy. J.P.S. 15:187; 17:9; 22:133; 24:32; 34:177. VI. S. 36. W.W. 2: 50, 68, 253.
AO MATA RAHICreation Genealogy. Tura Genealogy. Toi. Genealogy. Tamatea Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:228; 3:213; 4:32; 5:9; 6:183-185; 10:120, 140; 15:75-81, 93, 138-142; 16:7; 27:16; 54:118-119; 55:67. A.H.M. 1:33 2:6; 6:234, 237.
AO MATA URARangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 27:108. A.H.M. 6:176.
AO MATE Porourangi Genealogy.J.P.S. 55:164.
AO MA TINITINITane Genealogy. J.P.S. 14:206. Trans. 33:469; 37:123
AO MIHIAGrand daughter of Poraumata. J.P.S. 20:26. Trans. 45:357, 361.
AO MIRARangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:140.
AO MOEA Ngati Ira chief. J.P.S. 3:219.
AO MOENGA RIKIPorourangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:229.
AO MOE ROAA Ngati Ira chief. A.H.M. 3:154.
AO MOKOA chief of Te Namu killed by Waikato. J.P.S. 18:178; 19:64.
AO MURAKIPaikea Genealogy. S.D. 94 Table B.

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