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Index of Māori Names: Ha to Haumia


Compiled by Henry James Fletcher


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HA Hei Genealogy. Maka Genealogy. A being associated with Io in an old chant. Ngati Rangi of Murimotu genealogy. J.P.S. 1:222; 3:46; 17:102, 229; 21:153; 23:44, 47-48; 82:351; 114:14.A.H.M. 1:60; 2:40; 7:211. M.B. 10:100. Trans. 8:112-113.see also Haa.
HAA Ngati Rangi of Murimotu genealogy. J.P.S. 82:350. see also Ha.
HAAHI RINGATU Ringatu Church. J.P.S. 93:394; 11917.
HAAKI J.P.S. 64:490. A.H.M. 6:250-253 Genealogy.
HAAMIORA See Haamiora Pio and Haamiora Tumutara Pio J.P.S. 82:129, 131-132; 87:26.
HAAMIORA PIO Leading Tohunga of Ngati Awa. J.P.S. 82:128-129, 131, 133-134; see also Hamiora Pio, Haamiora, and Haamiora Tumutara Pio.
HAAMIORA TUMUTARA PIO J.P.S. 61:285; 82:127. See also Hamiora Pio, Haamiora and Haamiora Pio.
HAAMI TE WHAITI Academic.J.P.S. 105:267, 269, 271, 276-278, 280.
HA AMU Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:61.
HAANARA TE OHAAAKII RIRE Composer.J.P.S. 84:516.
HAAORA TIPA Chief of Marutuahu. J.P.S. 55:6.
HAARE Haare Williams, academic/poet.J.P.S. 84:128; 92:245, 250-251, 254-255.
HAE Hoturoa Genealogy. North Auckland Genealogy. J.P.S. 17:114; 19:201; 50:167; 65:54 Genealogies IV & VII; 66:252; 72:402. S.M. 14. Ika. 394.
HAEANA An ancestor of Pumipi Hori. A chief of Marangaranga killed by Tangi haruru. J.P.S. 2:110, 207; 11:136; 13:17. Trans. 41:252.
HAEATA Name of a taniwha. A mythological being. Ika. 243. W.W. 1:157. M.B. 10:61.
HAEATA O TE RANGI One of the sails of Pu whenua. J.P.S. 23:211. M.B. 7:288; W.W. 2: 200, 218.
HAE A TE ATUA The name of a camp. J.P.S. 15:143.
HAEHAE Grand father of Rangi kaku. J.P.S. 16:89-90. Trans. 34:36.
HAEHAE NUI Arrow river, South Island. J.P.S. 26:83; 29:198.
HAEHAE ONE Mamaru Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:12.
HAEHAE ORA A.H.M. 6:214, Genealogy.
HAEHAE TE ATA One of the minor gods.W.W. 2:171.
HAE KAUEA A Hawaiki ancestor of Te Arawa. J.P.S. 4:41.
HAE MANA One of the minor gods. J.P.S. 31:46.
HAE MANIA A Ngati Kahungunu chief. J.P.S. 37:38. A.H.M. 6:208.
HAE MATA Paikea Genealogy. A chief of Te Horehore pa. J.P.S. 4:19, 28; 15:89-92; 31:112; 36:246, 254. W.W. 2: 4, 18.
HAE MATA O TE RANGI One of Rata's axes. J.P.S. 31:9; 35:92, 108. M.B. 7:46.
HAE MATA O TU A chief of Ngati Uenuku. J.P.S. 29:140.
HAE MATUA One of the minor gods. Turi Genealogy. J.P.S. 7:40; 103:143. W.W. 1:118, 140. M.B. 10:44, 48, 50, 60, 75. Trans. 48:450.
HAENGA O TE ONE J.P.S. 47:178.
HAENA A Ngati Mutunga chief at the Chathams. J.P.S. 1:162. Trans. 42:104.
HAENE Proverbs. J.P.S. 54:162-163.P.52.
HAENGA Whiro nui Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:229; 4:29.
HAENGA O TE ONE A battle at Moremo nui. J.P.S. 8:160; 47:178
HAE ORA An ancestor of the Poverty Bay tribes. One of the party drowned by Ruatapu. Ceremonial stone near Rauhotu. J.P.S. 6:177, 183; 8:57; 14:187; 22:Genealogy 1; 23:88, 164; 36:140; 51:20 Genealogy; 66:260-261, 262 Genealogy; 75:194.A.H.M. 3:10, 11, 54-55. Trans. 14:17.
HAE O TU WHAKAIRI ORA The place where the after birth of Tu whakairi-ora was buried. J.P.S. 20:27.
HAE PURU One of the minor gods. J.P.S. 31:46; 35:174; 103:143. W.W. 1:118, 124, 139, 142, 152, 163. M.B. 10:44, 48, 50, 55, 60, 70, 75-76.
HAERE A god of the rainbow. Name of a canoe. J.P.S. 1:217; 8:56, 125-127, 133-134; 9:97; 10:18; 11:13, 66; 18:86, 209; 26:119; 31:193;35:77, 88-89, 105-106, 109; 37:373; 38:170.A.H.M. 1:20, 31; 5:3, 40; 6:170. P. 50, 52, 60. M.B. 10:121, 123. Trans. 34:89; 37:122; W.W.2: 141.
HAERE AO A chief of Ngati Maruwhare nui. J.P.S. 10:196; 18:30.
HAERE AROARO URI Rangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:20, 30; 6:170.
HAERE ATA The name of the gun that was fired at Hongi at Mokoia. J.P.S. 8:238, 245.
HAERE ATA UTA A rainbow god. J.P.S. 8:117, 127, 134; 14:71. M.B. 10:123. Trans. 34:89; 38:156.
HAERE ATAUTU J.P.S.38:52.
HAERE AU Tiki Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:154.
HAERE AWAAWA Parent of the Weka. J.P.S.36:290.Ika. 135. Trans. 41:256.
HAERE HUKA A chief who took part in the defence of Mokoia. J.P.S. 8:239, 246; 9:103; 15:164; 16:24; 25:163-166; 26:187; 32:121, 124, 129; 52:62-64; 99:7, 44, 50, 173. Trans. 38:196.
HAERE HUKI A name in an Oriori. J.P.S. 15:11.
HAERE I RARO Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 23:Genealogy 12.
HAERE I TE AO POTANGO Rangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:20, 31; 6:170.
HAERE I TE AO POURI Rangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:20, 31; 6:170.
HAERE ITI A name in a song. A.H.M. 2:131, 153.
HAERE KA RAWA A chief of a Taranaki hapu. J.P.S. 17:135.
HAERE KOHIKO A rainbow god. J.P.S. 8:117; 38:52. M.B. 10:123.
HAERE MAI TUA Rangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:20, 31; 6:170.
HAERE MAI WHANO Rangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:20, 31; 6:170.
HAERE MARIRE A tribe exterminated by Maruahaire. J.P.S. 2:49; 12:173; 37:190, 211.
HAERE MOANA Maruiwi Genealogy. J.P.S. 24:36, 49; 26:156; W.W.2: 95, 120 Table II, 258, 272.
HAERENGA AWATEA Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 32: Table I; 23:125; 24:30; 52:17; 55:64. Wh. 11, Genealogy; W.W.2: 81, 120 Table I, 251.
HAERENGA RANGI An ancestor of Ngati Rakai paka of Nuhaka. J.P.S. 6:185; 55:164.
HAERENGA TAHA Mythological Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:34.
HAERE NUI Mythological Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:97. Trans. 45:273.
HAERE ORA ARU Para whenuamea Genealogy. VI. S. 21.
HAERE PO Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 23:Genealogy 12; 37:189, 210.
HAERE POUAI East Coast Genealogy. Ngai Tahu Genealogy. J.P.S. 54:164.
HAERE RANGI Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 22:Genealogy 8; 55:163.
HAERE ROA A Ngai Tahu chief. J.P.S. 10:92, 94, 98, 100; 19:118-123; 24:103; 25:93-94. A.H.M. 3:181. Trans. 38:337.
HAERE TAHI Place name. J.P.S. 103:165.
HAERE TAUA Place on Irihia, the Polynesian homeland (Maori tradition). J.P.S. 36:346.
HAERE TE KURA Rangitikei Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:279. Trans. 42:84-85.
HAERE TU KI TE RANGI A Ngati Maru chief. J.P.S. 19:51.
HAERE TU TE RANGI Whanganui Genealogy. Wh. 40 Genealogy.
HAERE WA Maui Potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:182.
HAERE WAEWAE A Rainbow god. J.P.S. 8:117; 38:52 M.B. 10:123.
HAERE WHENUA Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 23:Genealogy 12.
HAETAURA A teacher in the Wharekura, Pua o te rangi, at Waitotara. J.P.S. 9:210, 229.
HAEWAI A place in Wellington Harbour. J.P.S. 23:199; 27:174; W.W. 2: 188, 205.
HAHA A fishing ground on the East Coast. J.P.S. 46:43, 48, 50, 56. A.H.M. 3:1, 131.
HAHAE A chief of Puketapu pa Rangitaiki. J.P.S. 11:239; 12:214-215; 38:163. M.B. 10:205. Trans. 34:93-94; 38:180.
HAHAKAI A tohunga of Doubtless Bay. Ika. 393-394. M.B. 4:98. Trans. 19:521. VI. S. 9.
HAHA MAUNGA Ngati Hine whainga Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:182.
HAHANA A Ngati Toa chief. J.P.S. 18:58.
HAHANGARUA Bay and village, Moturua Island.J.P.S. 42:84, 86, 88; 47:23, 166, 168, opp 172.
HAHANI Awa nui a rangi Genealogy. Trans. 37:131.
HAHA NUI Rangi and papa Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:194.
HAHA O TE RANGI A chief of Pourewa, Rangitikei. J.P.S. 25:2. Trans. 42:98.
HAHA PAEPAE Axe brought by Turi to Aotearoa in the Aotea canoe. J.P.S. 46:217.
HAHA TE WHENUA A name for Maui's fish.hook. A.H.M. 2:113.
HAHA URU ROA A name in an ancient Tapatapa. J.P.S. VI. S. 46.
HAHAU TE RANGI Rangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:119.
HAHAU TU NOA Name of an ancient canoe. J.P.S. 9:231; 16:145. M.B. 4:217.
HAHAU WHENUA A name for Maui's fish hook. A.H.M. 2:117.
HAHA WHENUA Ika. 129. See also Haha te whenua and Hahau whenua.
HAHI O TE WAIRUA TAPU Church of the Holy Spirit: original name for the Ringatu Church. J.P.S. 51:77.
HAHORE Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 23:53-54, Genealogy 6.
HAHUIA J.P.S. 7:57-58, 62-63.A name in the story of "The door of death".
HAHU KOIWI A name in a song. A.H.M. 5:108.
HAHURIHIA Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:234, 237.
HAHURU A grandson of Waitaha ariki kore. J.P.S. 8:120; 23:100.
HAIKI The place where Kurahaupo was wrecked. J.P.S. 2:188, 190. A.H.M. 1:149; 6:19. Trans. 5:56.
HAI MATUA Rangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:154.
HAIMONA PITA Descendant of Te Whatu-i-apiti and Te Huhuti.J.P.S. 35:35; 82:135.
HAINGA A chief of Ngati Tama. Trans. 42:88.
HAIRANGI The man who killed Tama Kopiri. Trans. 42:78-79.
HAIRA TE POPOTA Ngati Hine para Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:29.
HAIRA TU NUI Ngati Hine pare Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:29.
HAIRE RANGI Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:61.
HAIRINI Manuscript writer. J.P.S. 101:41.
HAI ROA A hill near North Cape. Trans. 29:361.
HAITAITAI Place name, Wellington. J.P.S. 39:80; 61:170
HAITI Rahiri genealogy. J.P.S. 47:opp 176.
HAKA A clearing on Tara Pounamu. J.P.S. 6:54; 12:154; 51:20 Genealogy; 64:265; 74:127; 91:26. P.M. 201. A.H.M. 4:244. Trans. 13:41.
HAKA A RAUMATI Rangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:119.
HAKA A TANERORE Quivering heat. M.B. 8:50.
HAKA E PARI. An island in Lake Tarawera. Ika. 157.
HAKAHAKA Rangitane genealogy.J.P.S. 55:17.
HAKA MATUA Tane Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:144; 6:204.
HAKANI Awanui a rangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:119.
HAKA POUA A lake in the South Island. J.P.S. 25:91. Trans. 46:208-209.
HAKA PUPU An estuary near Waikouaiti. S.D. 187.
HAKAPUREIREI Sand hill point, South Island. J.P.S. 25:91; 31:144; 119:25, 27, 30-31, 36, 39, 44-45, 51-52.
HAKARA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:61.
HAKARAI Waitaha Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:222.
HAKARAIA A chief of Ngati Ape. Ngatiraukawa Chief. Aokehu (Whanganui Chief) genealogy. J.P.S. 45:2;93:389; 99:79-80, 82. Wh. 126, 159, 281.
HAKARAIA NGAPATARI Carver of Te Hau ki Turanga J.P.S.105:22.
HAKARAIA PAHEWA An East Coast chief. J.P.S.39:358, 369. M.B. 9:43-45, 79, 85, 101.
HAKARI Same as Hakari mata. J.P.S. 18:121; 116:310.
HAKARI MATA A range of hills in the Waikato. J.P.S. 14:97; 18:122; 30:142; 49:153. Trans. 1E:7; 5:457; 10:36; 12:318; 21:412-413; 26:403.
HAKARI PAUKENA A sham feast. J.P.S. 25:79.
HAKAROA Same as Akaroa. J.P.S. 10:90-91, 96-97; 28:154-158. A.H.M. 3:182, 197, 230; 6:32, 113-115. S.D. 289. Trans. 25:406.
HAKAROROA Place name: Shelter Cove, Dusky Sound. J.P.S. 78:189.
HAKARU Place name. J.P.S. 94:5.
HAKATARAMEA A district in South Canterbury. J.P.S. 25:13, 89; 42:61;42:61; 55:158; 78:346; 91:65-66. Trans. 5:197; 15:400; 13:598.
HAKA TAREWA Moa site near Methven. J.P.S. 74:235. See also Akatarewa.
HAKATERAMEA Name of a gorge.J.P.S. 62:176.
HAKATERI A river in the South Island. J.P.S. 27:155. S.D. 237. Trans. 42:314; 43:324, 333-334; 47:346.
HAKAU TANGAROA Name of a fish in a Maui legend. A.H.M. 2:116.
HAKAU URU Name of a fish in a Maui legend. A.H.M. 2:116.
HAKAWAU The man who killed the taniwha, Kaiwhare. J.P.S. 9:86; 18:101; 42:61; 47:5; 75:184; 107:386. A.H.M. 5:53-57. P.M. 102, 163, 175-177. VI. S. 86.
HAKE The name of Maui's bait. Pu karu Genealogy. J.P.S. 6:183. A.H.M. 2:116; 4:70.
HAKEA Far North District. J.P.S. 99:75, 85.
HAKEKE A chief of Ngati Apa. J.P.S. 10:163; 18:132, 159-162; 23:Genealogy 5 and 6; 54:77; 55:225, 227, 235 Genealogy; 78:39. A.H.M. 6:184. Wh. 138, 143, 159-160. Trans. 5:65, 87; 25:426, 523; 42:96, 103-105, 112.
HAKEREKERE A place name in a proverb. J.P.S. 10:165; 17:113-114; 71:305 A.H.M. 5:51-52.
HAKEPA J.P.S. 114:21.
HAKETA Tukutuku expert. J.P.S. 105:18-19.
HA KETEKETE Ngai-Turanga genealogy. J.P.S. 66:262 Genealogy ; 75:193.
HAKE TE KURA A daughter of Tu wiri roa. A.H.M. 3:251.
HAKE TERE A name for the Ashburton river. Trans. 2:51.
HAKE TURI Fairies. Ika. 255.
HAKEUMI J.P.S. 35:159. See Hukanui.
HAKI A Ngai Tahu woman eaten by Ngati Mamoe. J.P.S. 21:175; 25:57; 27:89; 31:139-140.
HAKIA A chief of upper Whanganui. J.P.S. 34:183.
HAKIAHA A descendant of Ika. J.P.S. 1:212,223; 17:20, 46 Table 39; 18:166; 21:97, 100; 103:166-167.
HAKIAHA TAWHIO Ngati Rangi of Murimotu genealogy. J.P.S.82:350.
HAKIHAHA Ngatipukepu resident of Pahou Pa. J.P.S. J.P.S.55:14.
HAKI HARATUA A winter month. J.P.S. 8:103; 37:28.
HAKIHEA A summer month. J.P.S. 8:102-103; 37:28. A.H.M. 2:18. M.B. 9:113. Trans. 35:57; 42:472.
HAKI HOHAIA Ngati Whanaunga: father of Whatarangi. J.P.S. 57:278.
HAKI HUKU A place in the Bay of Plenty. J.P.S. 2:229, 246.
HAKI KARAWANA Arawa tribal historian. J.P.S. 65:54 Genealogy VI.
HAKI KINO A pa near Maunga Rake. Wairarapa. J.P.S. 9:52, 60, 88-89; 15:92; 17:102; 18:35; 67:330-331,333-334.
HAKINA A sister of Rehua. Mamaru Genealogy. A Moriori woman who lived on the Auckland Islands. J.P.S. 2:79; 3:11. A.H.M. 1:29, 53.
HAKINIKINI A Ngati Mamoe chief. J.P.S. 25:97.
HAKI PUTA TOMURI A son of Hau mai Wharangi. J.P.S. 18:86; 20:80, 97-98; 32:237; 99:311. VI. S. 70.
HAKIRERE A canoe built by Whakatau. A canoe commanded by Maihi which took some Taro from Wairua ngangana to Hawaiki. J.P.S. 3:105-106; 9:200, 213; 16:178; 17:35. P.M. 40. M.B. 9:123.
HAKIRI Ngati Maru Genealogy. A.H.M. 5:37-38, 40.
HAKIRI MAUREA A woman who was the cause of the death of Tuwhakaro. Trans. 7:23, 48.
HAKIRI O TE RANGI A descendant of Whiro nui. J.P.S. 1:229; 3:211; 4:18, 182; 5:1.
HAKIRI RANGI A descendant of Haeora. J.P.S. 6:177; 12:54, 121-122; 15:185.
HAKI RIRI Hau mai wharangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 99:311.Trans. 18:42. VI. S. 72-75.
HAKIRO An ancestor of Ohaeawai people. J.P.S. 18:86.
HAKI TAI A place where a fight took place on Bank's Peninsula. A.H.M. 3:268-269.
HAKITARA A man of Ngapuhi living at Kaiapohia when beseiged by Te Rauparaha. A man who took a chief part in the Jean Burt affair at the Chathams. J.P.S. 1:205; 10:89-90, 95; 18:200. A.H.M. 3:283; 6:52.
HAKI TE AO A South Island chief. J.P.S. 28:154; 31:139.
HAKI TE KURA A girl who jumped over a cliff to meet her lover, but struck a rock and was killed. J.P.S. 25:9, 97; 26:83-84; 28:224; 29:127.
HAKITORE Maui potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:218.
HAKIWAI A. T. Hakiwai, academic.J.P.S. 109:210.
HAKO Ancestor of Ngati Hako. J.P.S. 10:16; 54:211. A.H.M. 4:49; 5:26, 30-32.
HAKOIRA Po tupu Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:165.
HAKOMITI A place in the Bay of Plenty. P.M. 78. S.M. 65, 75.
HAKONO Place name. J.P.S. 61:200; 94:110.
HAKOPA A Tuhoe man who fought against the British at Orakau. J.P.S. 10:14; 39:80.
HAKOPA TEATAOTU J.P.S. 119:157.
HAKO PU RAKAU A chief of Ngati Awa killed by Ngapuhi at Whakatane. J.P.S. 9:100; 66:262 Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:250, 253.
HAKORA PERA An old pa on the Moawhango river. J.P.S. 21:87. Wh. 21.
HAKO PURAKO Ngai Turanga genealogy. J.P.S. 75:193.
HAKORO TU Name in an ancient myth. A.H.M. 2:49. Trans. 7:32.
HAKOTO Porou rangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:216.
HAKOUA TE PU Rangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:18, 28.
HAKOUA TUPU Name of a wind. A.H.M. 1:24. 6:165.
HAKU J.P.S. 89:473.
HAKUAI Name of a tapu bird. W.W. 1:163. Trans. 41:256.
HAKUA RANGI A daughter of Hahore of Tuhoe. J.P.S. 23:53-54, Genealogy 6.
HAKUENE Ngapuhi Chief. J.P.S. 47:166, opp 168, 169.
HAKUHA NUI Tia Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:223. 2:210. A.H.M. 6:242.
HAKUI AO A cannon at Otago Heads. J.P.S. 25:59.
HAKU MANU An ancestor of Rarawa a Aupouri tribes. J.P.S. 18:86. A.H.M. 1:160. Trans. 8:175. VI. S. 26
HAKU MANU AITU An ancestor of East Coast Tribes. J.P.S. 3:212. 4:29.
HAKU MANU IWAWENGA An ancestor of Rarawa and Aupouri tribes. VI. S. 26.
HAKU PURUA A place on the Oroua river. Trans. 42:104.
HAKURA KINO Kahuri ru Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:140.
HAKU RANGI A teacher in a wharekura at Omahu. W.W. 1:83.
HAKURA NUI A place between Gisborne and Tologa Bay. J.P.S. 2:47, 49, 109, 112, 242; 75:206-208.
HAKURANUI Place name, East Coast.J.P.S. 71:299.
HAKU TAMA A name in a flood story. A.H.M. 1:181.
HAKU TORE One of the crew Horouta. J.P.S. 1:77, 231; 12:122.
HAKU TURI A man who took part in the Jean Hart affair at the Chathams. J.P.S. 1:202; 17:90-101; 35:60; 36:384; 61:9; 83:Mem 40:40. A.H.M. 1:68, 90-91; 3:2, 19. P.M. 55. Trans. 40:197; W.W. 2: 170.
HAKU WAI Wairarapa Genealogy. J.P.S. 13:165. A.H.M. 1:130, 162. Trans. 41:256.
HAMA A song of Porourangi. Biblical name: Ham. J.P.S. 24:79; 101:36
HAMAHONA Biblical name: Samson.J.P.S.101:24; 119:157.
HA MAI TAWHITI Descendant of Mahutonga, brother of Whatonga. J.P.S. 35:75.
HAMA I WAHO A chief of Ngati Awa killed at Ohiwa about 1838. J.P.S. 1:92, 226; 3:50; 4:182; 9:100; 13:69; 19:8.
HAMAKONA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:61.
HAMA KORAU A house built for Ranginui at Whakatane. J.P.S. 23:116.
HAMAMA Mother of Tuwhare moa. Wh. 48, 55, 68. M.B. 6:25.
HAMAMA TE RANGI A Whanganui pa. Wh. 80.
HA MANA Name of priest order, means powerful lips and breath of power. J.P.S. 50:146.
HAMARA Wh. 109.
HAMARAMA A Whanganui chief. J.P.S. 18:39, 166; 19:56; 45:2. Wh. 50, 125-126, 152, 316, 328.
HAMARIA Samaria, A place on the east of Taupo moana. J.P.S. 25:105; 26:92, 184; 56:256.
HAMA RURU Ngati Toa Genealogy. A.H.M. 4:65.
HAMATA Name of a people at the Chathams. J.P.S. 81:359-360. Trans. 32:257; 37:147; 149.
HAMA TIRI KAKA Moriori Genealogy. Trans. 37:158-159.
HAMENE A slave taken by Tuwharetoa at Kohi kete. J.P.S. 15:186; 112:348.
HAME PAHIROA Grandson of Te Oro of the Ngatipaki hapu of Tuwharetoa. J.P.S.97:136.
HAMI MAIOHA Ngapuhi tribal historian. J.P.S.49:600-601, 603.
HAMIORA APAROA Secretary to Te Kooti.J.P.S.51:49; 93:348, 385-386.
HAMIORA MAIOHA Ngapuhi tribal historian.J.P.S.42:83; 47:20, 41, 163-164, opp 168, 171, opp 176, 178, 180.
HAMIORA NGARIMU Great-grandfather of Te Moananuiakiwa Ngarimu. J.P.S.64:489.
HAMIORA PIO Tribal historian, Te Teko. Leading Tohunga of Ngati Awa.J.P.S.75:199, 203, 205; 78:253; 87:26;92:325, 329; 98:152. See also Haamiora, Haamiora Pio and Haamiora Tumutara Pio.
HAMIORA TE UARUA Carver of Te Hau ki Turanga. J.P.S.105:22.
HAMI PO TANGAROA A chief of Hita a papauma tribe. J.P.S. 9:52, 60.
HAMI ROPIHA Of Ngati Kahungunu aka Samuel Hobbs. J.P.S.97:123.
HAMI TAWAEWA Writer of the history of the Otakanini pa Kaipara. Trans. 28:41, 46-47, 748, 751.
HAMO An ancestress of Ngati Porou. J.P.S. 4:19, 31, 177, 182; 5:10; 55:164. M.B. 9:35.
HAMOA Samoa.W.W. 2:140, 150.
HAMO KORAU A house builder. J.P.S. 103:145; 117:232, 256. A.H.M. 3:90. See also Hamakorau.
HAMONGA Male personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:61.
HAMO TE RANGI Full name of Hamo. J.P.S. 6:86.
HAMU Tuputupu whenua Genealogy. J.P.S. 18:86.
HAMUA Rangi tane Genealogy. A hapu of Ngati Kahungunu. A Bay of Plenty tribe.Tuhoe hapu from Waikirikiri, Ruatoki. J.P.S. 1:225, 230; 2:207; 3:11; 4:182; 6:65, 184; 13:180-181; 14:213; 15:72; 17:16; 19:53; 25:2, 7; 27:108, 111; 30:171; 55:23 Genealogy, 56, 77, 79 Genealogy, 235 Genealogy; 92:371-372, 380, 382-383, 385. A.H.M. 3:163-164; 6:181, 230. S.D. 94 Table G. Wh. 113. M.B. 6:213. Trans. 10:88 Genealogy; 37:92; 38:205, 210; 42:98; 45:365.
HAMUA AWARIKI Son of Uengarehupango, progenitor of Ngati Hamua.J.P.S. 102:54-55, 57-58, 61.
HAMUERA Son of Tohunga Pango Ngawene.J.P.S. 79:82.
HAMUERA NGARIMU Chief, father of Te Moananuiakiwa Ngarimu.J.P.S. 64:489.
HAMUERA TIPUNA A person who died at Parekura in conflict with Te Kooti. J.P.S. 55:11-12.
HAMUPAHA A brother of Toa rangatira. A.H.M. 4:102.
HAMURANA A cold spring at Rotorua. J.P.S. 17:224-225; 99:36-37. Trans. 39:444.
HAMU RUA Tu tamure Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:153.
HAMU TAHUNA East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:25.
HA MUTU Name given to the 30th night of the month. J.P.S. 54:165.
HANA A Ngapuhi chief who killed Te Ngarara who was responsible for the cutting off of the Hawes. J.P.S. 3:12; 13:33; 20:88-92; 18:Genealogy 6 and 7; 24:106; 48:189, 190;54:93-94, 96; 67:61. M.B. 10:232. A.H.M. 5:208. Trans. 24:36.
HANAKE The origin of paralysis. Trans. 37:14.
HANA MAHINI A place on the Whakatane river. J.P.S. 10:18. Trans. 31:643; 35:68.
HANAMAI Ancestor of Ngati Whatua. J.P.S. 97:122-123.
HANA NUI Mount Anglem, Otago. J.P.S. 25:56.
HANA PU A name in a Kahungunu oriori. J.P.S. 13:159.
HANA TAUA A chief of Ngati Ruanui. J.P.S. 10:163, 18:161, 175, 179; 19:52, 57, 68, 74. A.H.M. 6:4-5. Wh. 142, 148, 153. M.B. 10:276.
HANAURU Chief. J.P.S.40:98.
HANA WERA A range of hills in Wellington Province. Ridge near Manukau, Horowhenua. J.P.S. 2:87; 3:52; 57:290.
HANE Uri o hau Genealogy. VI. S. 37.
HANEA A fishing ground in the Bay of Plenty. J.P.S. 32:126-127. Trans. 42:101.
HANENE Porou rangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:214. Trans. 28:39.
HANENEPOUNAMU Matatua genealogy. J.P.S. 55:163.
HANGAAHANGA Name in a lament for Te Wharaunga. J.P.S. 99:173.
HANGAHAI Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:61.
HANGAHANGA A pa in the upper Thames district. One of the minor gods. J.P.S. 13:260; 16:76; 26:186. A.H.M. 5:255. W.W. 1:157.
HANGAKORE Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:67.
HANGA MAHIHI A place in the Whakatane valley. J.P.S. 23:50.
HANGA POUA A stream running into Roto mahana. Trans. 43:282.
HANGA RAU A chief of Whakatohea killed at O tu Hawaiki. A place where a fight took place in old Hawaiki. J.P.S. 12:177; 16:218; W.W. 1:188.
HANGA ROA A Hawaikian ancestress. A son of Tuhourangi. An incantation. A river near East Cape. J.P.S. 2:231, 248; 3:213; 6:180-181; 10:22, 41; 12:66-67; 13:81; 14:188-189; 33:54; 46:51; 83:Mem 40:18; 92:364; 119:145. S.M. 61. Ika. 31. Trans. 9:574; 32:424; 39:507; 41:278; 46:335, 345.
HANGA RUA East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 5:6; 53:110 Genealogy.
HANGA RURU Proverbs. P. 68.
HANGA TAHUA Stony river Taranaki. J.P.S. 1:93; 18:42-43; 32:93; 33:317; 36:138, 242.
HANGATIKI Place name, Waikato. J.P.S. 43:101-102; 47:145;48:129-131; 61:160.
HANGA WERA A valley in the Waikato. Trans. 1E:23; 21:413.
HANGE A Moriori who lived on the Auckland Islands. J.P.S. 2:79.
HANGIAU Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:61.
HANI A chief of Tuhoe. A stone near Maketu. A god. J.P.S. 13:80; 14:98; 17:2. Ika. 267.
HANIA Trans. 42:104.
HANI PAKA A name in a lament. J.P.S. 14:156.
HANITA Ngati Pariri genealogy. J.P.S. 55:48-49, 55, 57, 72, 76, 78, 78 Genealogy.
HANITAHA KOWHAI Muaupoko Chief killed in Taranaki fighting under Major Kemp. J.P.S. 55:46. see also Hanitaha Kohai.
HANITA KOHAI Ngati Pariri genealogy. J.P.S. 55:44, 46. see also Hanitaha Kowhai.
HANI TA TE MAERO Writer of a Greenstone Story. Trans. 27:603.
HANO KAMU Ngati Toa Genealogy. A.H.M. 4:68.
HANO O TE RANGI Tamatea Genealogy. Trans. 15:449.
HANU A Waikato chief killed by Ngati Tama. J.P.S. 17:193; 18:24. A.H.M. 6:1.
HANUERE Transliteration for the month January. J.P.S. 103:141-143.
HANUI A chief of Karaka tonga. An ancestor of Ngati Hahui. Tamainupo/Tuteiwi genealogy. J.P.S. 17:112; 35:75; 65:54 Genealogy XI. A.H.M. 5:36, 117-119, 100-102. S.M. 96, 98.
HANUI O RANGI An atua. M.B. 10:100.
HANUKU Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 23:48.
HANU O RAKI A chief killed on Bank's Peninsula. A.H.M. 1:18, 28; 3:272; 6:165.
HAO Maui Potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:219; 43:223; 44:64; 47:51.
HAOEMAPU Name of a cave in a song. A.H.M. 5:67.
HAOHAO Matuku tangotango's house. J.P.S. 31:12.
HAOHAO TUPUNI A name in an old song. J.P.S. 9:32.
HAOIKA Nga Maihi Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:226; 23:86.
HAOKA A Ngati Mamoe Chief. J.P.S. 31:136.
HAO O RUA A constellation called the Net. J.P.S. 8:111; 19:98. M.B. 2:4.
HAORA A Hauraki chief. J.P.S. 13:46.
HAO WHENUA Name of a fight near Otaki. Name of a Wharekura. Pa; Place name.J.P.S. 1:162; 10:158; 13:23, 46; 18:22; 19:3, 54, 77-81; 27:60-63, 166; 31:33; 65:240; 69:173; 71:364; 87:253-254. A.H.M. 5:191-196, 245, 250, 253, 259, 263-267, 270-271. W.W. 1:127. Wh. 68. Trans. 5:23, 39-40; 42:94, 107-108, 113.
HAPA An ancestor of Ngati Tama. Whanganui Genealogy. J.P.S. 19:118; 67:67. Wh. 40 Genealogy.
HAPAI A wife of Tawhaki. Rahiri genealogy. J.P.S. 7:40; 16:197; 29:191; 47:opp 168; 67:61; 90:165-166. A.H.M. 1:49, 117-118, 140, 181. 6:201, 203. P.M. 98. Ika. 143-146. M.B. 8:56. VI. S. 22.See Hapai Winiata.
HAPAI AKIKI J.P.S. 75:192.
HAPAI ARIKI Hapu oneone Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:57; 22:Genealogy 1. 23:43, 99-100. Trans. 37:125.
HAPAI KI WAHO A chief killed at Rakaia. J.P.S. 28:48.
HAPAI MAUNGA Same as Hapai. J.P.S. 8:13.
HAPAINGA A descendant of Turoa. J.P.S. 2:110; 3:60, 63.
HAPAINGA TE RANGI An ancestor of Ngati Apa. J.P.S. 2:279. Trans. 42:82.
HAPAI NUI A.H.M. 1:67, 123-124; 6:194. Trans. 7:44.
HAPAI O MAUI Rangi and Papa Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:189.
HAPAI O TE RANGI Tara Genealogy. J.P.S. 10:111; 15:73; 39:320.Trans. 48:429.
HAPAI TATAURA Pa in the Bay of Plenty. J.P.S. 2:223, 244.
HAPAI TE RANGI An ancestor of Toi. J.P.S. 7:40; 27:6; 53:110 Genealogy.
HAPAI WINIATA Ngati Pareraukawa carver and Anglican priest. J.P.S. 90:162, 165, 169.
HAPA KOKI A man who had his thigh broken by the kick of a Moa. Trans. 25:530; 27:263, 363.
HAPAKUKU KAIRUA A Kaiapoi. chief. Trans. 10:57.
HAPAKUKU MOETARA A chief of Ngati Korokoro of Hokianga Heads. J.P.S. 8:161.
HAPAKURA Same as Apakura. J.P.S. 7:38-40. Trans. 48:430.
HAPANGA Name of a pa. A name in a song. J.P.S. 18:149-150; 27:223; 43:Mem 10:281.
HAPARANGI A WAIAROHI A high hill on the Rotorua-Atiamuri road. J.P.S. 24:89.
HAPARA O TE ATA Genealogy of Iwi-pupu and Uenuku-rangi. W.W. 2: 166.
HAPARAPARA A river in the Motu country. J.P.S. 9:68, 78. Trans. 29:512.
HAPA TUA RANGI A grandson of Ruatea. Trans. 42:75.
HAPE Chief of Rangi matoro canoe. A priest of Te Arawa. Hapu oneone Genealogy. Short for Hape tuma ki te rangi. Said to come from the Rangi-matoru canoe; progenitor of Te Hapu-oneone and Ngai-Turanga. J.P.S. 1:217; 6:58-59; 7:134; 8:53-57, 161-162; 9:20, 90, 185, 196; 10:18; 11:39, 132, 158, 227; 12:127; 13:4; 14: 61, 99, 209; 17:3, 190; 18:56, 107, 131; 19:118, 123; 22:160, 162 Genealogy 1 and 8; 23:43, 99-100, Genealogy 5, 7 and 13, 161, 172; 24:53; 26:184-185; 27:42; 41:44; 50:114, 122 Genealogy, 172; 58:70 Genealogy; 65:54 Genealogies VI & XI; 67:51; 71:296-297, 299, 302-303; 75:190 Genealogy II, 192, 195-196, 199-201; 78:255-256; 84:Mem 40:66. A.H.M. 3:199, 267, 279; 4:66, 193; 5:67-69, 182; 6:14, 24, 61, 254. M.B. 4:181, 183; 9:107; 10:138, 210. Trans. 8:80. 22:71-72; 24:161, 384-385; 25:41; 27:153; 30:33-34, 43; 37:125; W.W.2: 168-169, 183-184, 260, 276. see also Hape-ki-tu-matangi-o-te-rangi.
HAPE KI TAU RAKI A person on Araiteuru canoe. A.H.M. 3:191. Trans. 10:61; 34:449.
HAPE KI TAURANGI Ngati Raukawa Chief; older brother of Te Rauparaha.J.P.S. 84:Mem 40:67 see also Hape-Ki-Tuarangi.
HAPE KI TUA RAKI Name of a boy. J.P.S. 14:99. A.H.M. 2:179; 3:112, 125; 4:28. Trans. 12:161.
HAPE KI TUA RANGI A son of Rakataura. Chief; husband of Te Akau. J.P.S. 14:220; 23:146, 210. 25:106; 49:528; 50:114-119; 84:Mem 40:95; 93:312; 103:150.A.H.M. 6:9, 61. M.B. 4:180; 7:90; 288; W.W. 2: 168-169, 183-184, 199, 217. see also Hape-Ki-Taurangi .
HAPE KI TU MANU I O TE RANGI Chief of Rangi matoru canoe. Trans. 37:24, 125.
HAPE KI TU MATANGI O TE RANGI J.P.S.71:297. see also Hape.
HAPEMANA Man Potatau appointed as "Resident of the West". J.P.S.67:208.
HAPE MERIHO A party to the sale of Whanganui. Wh. 321.
HAPE NUI Awa nui a rangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:226; 6:61; 17:14; 39:319. Trans. 40:231; W.W. 2: 255.
HAPE O MAUI A grand child of Whaitiri. A.H.M. 1:89, 129.
HAPE ONEONE Tribal group descended from Hape. J.P.S. 71:296.
HAPE O TOROA A hill near Roto mahana. Trans. 19:357, 463; 43:280.
HAPE ROA Awa nui a rangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:226; 17:14; 39:319.W.W. 2: 255.
HAPETA Biblical name: Japheth, people of Europe. Ngati Pariri genealogy. J.P.S. 55:48; 101:36.
HAPETAHI Ngapuhi Chief.J.P.S. 47:166.
HAPE TAUA KI WHITI A chief of the Chathams. J.P.S. 19:215; 23:81; W.W. 2: 144, 159.
HAPE TE TUA RANGI A chief of Maunga Tautari. Trans. 5:45, 49-50, 59.
HAPE TUMA KI TE RANGI An ancestor of Tuhoe, known as Hape the wanderer J.P.S. 8:49, 51, 55, 57.
HAPI A Waikato chief. Ngati Whanaunga: husband of Whatarangi. J.P.S. 28:48; 57:278S.T. 282. S.D. 94 Table E.
HAPIMANA A descendant of Pu karu. J.P.S. 6:183; 51:20 Genealogy.
HAPIMANA TIREO Manuscript writer. J.P.S.101:41.
HAPINE Tuhoe Genealogy. Trans. 36:20-21, 34.
HAPI TE PATAKA J.P.S. 33:210.
HAPO Awanui Genealogy. J.P.S. 18:86. VI. S. 47.
HA POKERE Descendant of Mahutonga, brother of Whatonga. J.P.S. 35:75.
HAPO KEREKERE A.H.M. 6:234, 237, Genealogy.
HAPOPO A brother of Apakure. J.P.S. 2:131; 8:16, 19; 16:195-196; 37:177, 197; 54:160-161; 83:Mem 40:36. A.H.M. 1:181; 2:52-54; 3:8, 20-21. P. 13, 86. Trans. 14:14-15; 32:291.
HAPO TAIA ROA A lad murdered by Ngati Awa at Hokianga. J.P.S. 6:46.
HAPOUA A tributary of the Hapuka, Kaikoura. Trans. 31:455.
HA POURI Descendant of Mahutonga, brother of Whatonga. J.P.S. 35:75.
HAPU An ancestor of the Motiti people.Warrior with Te Rangihouhiri.J.P.S. 2:48-50, 112; 6:178; 71:296; 73:131; 75:200, 206-207; 88:405.
HAPUA One of the Maori left on the Auckland Islands. J.P.S. 2:79; 78:20-21; 94:266; 111:324, 329.
HAPUA KOHE A range of hills in the Waikato. Trans. 21:411, 413; 26:402, 404.
HAPUA O KAIAMIO A small lake in Central Otago. J.P.S. 27:152.
HAPUA O RONGOMAI Happy Valley, Wellington. J.P.S. 27:175. M.B. 10:126.
HAPUA ROA A.H.M. 6:234, 237.
HAPUA WAI A pa at Lake Taupo. J.P.S. 26:22-23.
HAPUI Tama te kapua Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:215.
HAPU ITI Maui potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:182.
HAPUKA A river near Kaikoura. Trans. 9:588-589; 31:451-463; 32:143; 35:326-330; 37:365; 38:361-362; 39:363.
HAPUKAPU J.P.S. 35:335.
HAPUKU A chief of Ngati Kahungunu. J.P.S. 7:210; 9:161; 13:157; 16:30, 83; 23:161; 24:59; 25:34, 40, 43, 80, 83, 87; 27:108; 35:23; 37:222; 38:89, opp 173, 173; 44:228; 55:25; 61:9; 75:184. A.H.M. 4:59, 60, 107-108; 6:208, 225. P.M. 164. Trans. 1G:69; 12:120, 122, 142; 13:8; 15:449; 18:411; 19:144; 45:369-374.
HAPUKU O NGATI WHATUIAPITI J.P.S. 119:143.
HAPU ONEONE A name for a Tangata whenua tribe. Taru whenua Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:219; 2:207, 223, 236; 6:46; 8:57; 10:17, 49; 11:162; 12:130, 166; 15:5; 22:156, 162-163, Genealogy 1, 23:38, 98-102, Genealogy 5 and 13, 160, 165, 172; 28:19, 22-23; 75:192, 195, 199, 201, 203-204, 208; 78:255-256. Trans. 30:33-34; 33:470; 34:72; 37:124-133; 40:232.
HAPUPU Place name: east coast of Rekohu (Chatham Island). J.P.S. 64:372, 386, 399, 410, 418-420, 424-425, 429, Plate F; 89:86.
HAPU RIRI Kahungunu Genealogy. J.P.S. 14:71. A.H.M. 6:237.
HAPURONA Ngati Awa Chief. J.P.S. 60:62.
HARA A chief of Ngati Awa at Hokianga. Roroa Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:147; 13:45; 61:9. Trans. 35:102. VI. S. 46
HARAHARA TE RANGI A wife of Ruatapu. J.P.S. 24:8; W.W.2: 120 Table I, 234.
HARAKEKE A pa at Manawatu. J.P.S. 25:164-165; 40:159; 119:140. Trans. 42:96.
HARAKEKE A TAMATEA A place in the upper Rangitikei. Trans. 42:77.
HARAKEKE TAUTORO An old battle fought in Manawatu. J.P.S. 28:48. Ika. 280.
HARAKI A priest of Tuhoe. J.P.S. 2:242; 13:226. M.B. 8:27. Trans. 34:83; 37:45.
HARAKIRAKI A daughter in law of Whiro. A.H.M. 2:7.
HARAKOA One of the personified forms of joy and pleasure.J.P.S. 38:53.
HARAKOKE Female personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:61.
HARAMITI A priest of Ngapuhi.Ngapuhi chief. J.P.S. 13:5, 39-45; 14:130; 16:64; 71:365; 94:99, 116; 99:8-9, 30-37. A.H.M. 5:176, 212-216. Trans. 9:321; 17:419.
HARA NUI A Ngai Tahu chief. A place in the Kaipara. Island, Manukau Harbour.J.P.S. 19:115; 31:122-123; 43:Mem 10:296; 47:127, 179; 99:298. Trans. 43:596-597.
HARAPA Ngati Porou Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:229.
HARAPAKI A.H.M. 6:207 Genealogy.
HARAPAKI TU Taranaki Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:219.
HARAPIPI A place near Pirongia. Trans. 12:319, 323.
HARATA A chief of Mokoia at Tamaki. J.P.S. 6:178, 182; 9:26; 18:86; 72:402. Trans. 15:457.
HARATA HITAUA Daughter of Pitau Brown. J.P.S.93:363, 394.
HARATAONGA Pa site, Great Barrier island.J.P.S.78:18, 20, 33; 83:154; 105:442, 452.
HARATAU A chief killed by Ruatona. Trans. 13:56.
HARATAUNGA J.P.S. 118:393. A.H.M. 2:126. P.M. 31. Trans. 19:489; 22:81-82.
HARA TOPUNI A place near the source of the Mohaka. J.P.S. 25:112.
HARATUA The twelfth lunar month in Tuho. Pa site. J.P.S. 13:102; 37:28; 105:452; 116:9. M.B. 9:113; W.W.2: 170.
HARAUA Whiro te tupua Genealogy. J.P.S. 31:116; 103:142.
HARAUNGA MOA Trans. 12:94, 97.
HARA WAHANUI Wanganui Chief.J.P.S. 84:Mem 40:55 see also Hari Heemara Wahanui.
HARA WAKA Tawhaki genealogy.J.P.S. 37:365.
HARA WIRA One of a peace deputation to Ngati Awa. Rev K. T. Harawira; Name for missionary Octavius Hadfield. J.P.S. 27:108; 61:162; 63:217; 78:439. 71:143; 92:58; 101:416, 418.
HARAWIRA TATERE Tribal historian. J.P.S.103:168.
HARA WIWI A girl in a fairy story. J.P.S. 29:136-137.
HARE A song of Hongi. A chief of Ngati Tua Rotorua. Rahiri genealogy. J.P.S. 18:213; 47:25. Trans. 11:109; 32:34, 313, 324.
HAREHARE A chief of Ahi kereru. Tangi haruru Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:205; 9:187; 11:148-149, 225; 12:161; 15:10; 78:400.
HAREHARE A TE REA A Ngati Manawa man. Trans. 38:196.
HARE HONGA J.P.S. 54:121-122.
HARE HONGI A chief of Ngapuhi. Writer of The Lament of Te-Rangi-Mauri for Tonga Awhikau; tribal historian. J.P.S. 3:37, 49, 155, 168, 179, 200, 202; 5:191, 233; 6:10; 7:35, 40, 168, 208; 9:9; 16:109, 113, 167, 182; 17:166-167; 18:84, 86; 19:91; 32:107; 42:Mem 10:252; 43:Mem 10:253, 261, 277, 279-280, 283, 298-299, 303-304;47:180; 53:107-110 Genealogy; 55:40, 54, 79; 61:36; 65:222, 257, 319; 66:182; 78:440; 79:24, 33-34; 93:295-302, 305, 312-313; 103:117, 126-127, 129, 160; 105:207, 216. M.B. 4:75-76, 147-148; 5:7, 30, 33; 7:62, 67, 111; 9:101. Trans. 42:43.
HAREIKURA Ngati raukawa genealogy: son of Mauitikitiki a Taranga. J.P.S. 79:85.
HAREMA A pa at Ahi kereru. J.P.S. 11:53; 12:153; 13:12; 35:160. M.B. 3:36; 8:167. Trans. 38:223.
HARE PEKA Ngati Rarua Genealogy. A.H.M. 4:76.
HARE PIAHANA A Kaumatua. J.P.S. 65:214.
HARE TAKA Acquaintence of Nepia Pohuhu. J.P.S. 103:168.
HARETAONGA Same as Heretaunga. A.H.M. 3:75.
HARE TAUHINU Aokehu Genealogy. J.P.S. 13:93.
HARE TAU TEKA Tia Genealogy. Trans. 15:435.
HARETI J.P.S. 112:338.
HAREWA A bailer on the Takitimu. M.B. 7:288.
HARE WAHU A Polynesian. J.P.S. 33:332.
HARE WHIRO Name of a person from the Motatau District. J.P.S. 62:86.
HARI A name in a tangi. Tawhaki Genealogy.Ngare-raumati genealogy.J.P.S. 2:53; 8:181; 18:12, 24, 66, 81; 19:16; 21:100; 37:346; 43:Mem 10:292; 47:164.
HARIATA Tama te kapua Genealogy. Paikea Genealogy.Story-teller from Waikato. J.P.S. 2:242; 6:179; 55:49; 61:194-195; 93:295, 300, 302, 311.
HARIATA RONGO J.P.S. 118:94; 119:8.
HARIATA TAPITIA PITINI Niece of Whakatau Chief at Kaikoura. J.P.S. 48:198, 200.
HARIETA HURUINGA Tribal historian from Kaupapa. J.P.S.108:31.
HARIHAIA A stream flowing into Ahipara Bay. Trans. 29:347.
HARIHANGA TE AO A name in a Tawhaki story. Trans. 7:20, 45.
HARIHANGA TE PO A name in a Tawhaki story. Trans. 7:20, 45.
HARIHARI A place south of Kawhia. J.P.S. 18:14; 27:216. A.H.M. 4:107. M.B. 3:49.
HARI HEEMARA WAHANUI Wanganui Chief. J.P.S.84:Mem 40:95; 84:347. see also Hara Wahanui.
HARIHINA Ngati Kahungunu genealogy. J.P.S.102:67; 103:162.
HARIKAKA Name of a kumara. M.B. 9:56.
HARIKI A beach near Toke a kuku pa. J.P.S. 9:68-69, 78-79.
HARIKI O TONGA A place where a great haul of fish was made. J.P.S. 15:35.
HARI MA RURU A toa who defeated Ngati Tama at Tihi manuka. J.P.S. 2:54; 21:97-101.
HARIPU A Ngati Ira chief. J.P.S. 26:22.
HARI TAUA S.D. 94 Table E.
HARI WAHANUI A chief of upper Whanganui. J.P.S. 34:183; 39:369; 77:221.
HARO Rahiri genealogy. J.P.S. 47:opp 168.
HAROA Taranaki Genealogy. J.P.S. 17:112; 35:75. P.M. 94, 100-102.
HAROHANGA A pa in the Thames country. A.H.M. 4:54, 202.
HAROMI HOHAEA Follower of Rua; wife of Te Mata Kiripa. J.P.S. 92:372.
HARONGA Kahungunu Genealogy. Paoa Genealogy. J.P.S. 6:178, 184; 7:113; 32:67. A.H.M. 4:69. P.M. 162. S.M. 17. Trans. 42:5.
HARONGA RANGI A bird, a name in a song. J.P.S. 16:46, 53, 59; 35:326. M.B. 8:114. 10:231. Trans. 48:432.
HARONGA TAI J.P.S. 29:41.
HARO RANGI A bird belonging to Rua Kapanga. A.H.M. 3:117. Trans. 14:43.
HAROTO A pa on the Napier-Taupo road. J.P.S. 27:39; 46:238. Trans. 5:4; 17:464; 18:211; 34:399.
HAROTOROTO A battle of the gods.W.W. 1:134.
HARO WHENUA A patch of bush south of the Rangitata. S.D. 230.
HARU A South Island chief. J.P.S. 29:194.
HARUA Ngati Toa Genealogy. A Moriori people. J.P.S. 81:360. A.H.M. 4:100. Trans. 37:150.
HARUA A TAI W.W.2: 236.
HARUA KI TAI Tuputupu whenua Genealogy. J.P.S. 18:86.
HARUA NUI A TAUPO Mamaru Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:11; 31:193; 55:235.
HARUA TAI An ancestor of Aitanga a Mahaki. J.P.S. 3:214; 5:5; 14:67, 72, 82, 87; 16:46, 58; 23:216; 35:239; 37:219. M.B. 7:286; One of two names for the wake from Takitimu Canoe.W.W. 2: 204, 223.
HARU KAI KUKU An old pa at Miramar. Trans. 37:173.
HARUKI Biblical: Sadducee. J.P.S. 101:28.
HARUKU PORI A chief of Karahi tonga. J.P.S. 17:112.
HARURU Tiki Genealogy. Name of a Kete. An incantation. J.P.S. 6:54; 7:240; 8:117; 9:187; 30:259-260; 43:190-191; 67:61; 103:142. A.H.M. 6:258. Ika. 394. VI. S. 10.
HARURU A TEA An wharekura at Whenuakura. J.P.S. 9:209, 229. Ika. 242.
HARURU KAI ROTO The door of a kumara house. J.P.S. 14:148-149.
HARURU KI TE RANGI Name of a kind of thunder. J.P.S. 20:29, 31.
HARURU O TE RANGI A house built at Roto a Ira. J.P.S. 26:180-181.
HARURU PAPA Name of the spirit of Te Tumu, according to Mare account of creation. J.P.S. 47:53.
HARURU ROA A name in an ancient lament. A.H.M. 1:8.
HARURU TE HAU S.D. 94 Table G.
HARU TEA J.P.S. 23:144; W.W. 2: 166, 181.
HARUTU A Ngai Tahu chief. J.P.S. 19:115. A.H.M. 1:167.
HARUUTAI Wife of Haumanga.J.P.S. 78:411.
HATA A taniwha who lived at one time at Tanga kiki on the Wairoa.VI. S. 71.
HATAITAI Ancient name of Lyall Bay district, Wellington. J.P.S. 2:147, 149; 10:109-110, 120, 132-44, 148; 11:236; 16:157, 162, 18:170, 26:147, 27:3, 10, 17, 60-64, 174; 39:84; 61:157, 159, 163, 167. A.H.M. 3:179-180, 197-199, 203, 232, 257; 6:125-127. M.B. 6:4. Trans. 10:65-71, 88; 12:416; 17:341-343, 446; 37:171-172; 48:454; W.W.2: 45, 60.
HATA RAIKETE Of Omarumutu Marae.J.P.S. 93:5.
HATARAKA WIREMU Son of Wiremu Maihi Te Rangikaheke.J.P.S. 94:98, 100-101, 136, 143; 99:46. See also Wiremu Hataraka.
HATARETARE J.P.S. 61:10.
HATARIO A chief of Wai ngongoro. A.H.M. 4:20.
HATA RURU Maori Affairs Department. J.P.S. 61:169.
HATATA An old man of Ruatahuna. Trans. 38:163.
HATATAI A name in the tale of Roiroi whenua.Trans. 7:32.
HA TAUIRA One of the crew of Kura hau po. J.P.S. 16:217, 219; 17:13, 53 59; 18:18; 19:91; 22:209-212; 23:14, 17; 24:40, 53, 55; 40:78; 52:48; 53:110 Genealogy. P.M. 115. WW. 1:81. M.B. 4:188; W.W.2: 89, 91, 96, 111, 113-114, 119, 125, 127-128, 134, 137, 260, 262, 276-277.
HATAUPEKA Kauwae raro Genealogy. J.P.S. 24:40; W.W. 2: 262.
HATEA A Ngati Apa chief. Tia Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:223. 33:37. A.H.M. 6:242. Trans. 42:84.
HATEATEA Tahupotiki (ancestor of Ngaitahu) genealogy. J.P.S. 55:234 Genealogy.
HATENE POHATU Tribal historian of Muriwai, Gisborne. J.P.S. 55:163.
HATEPE An old pa on Eastern shore of Lake Taupo. J.P.S. 6:64; 25:105; 27:39, 42; 65:41; 69:343, 349
HATETE Hei Genealogy. Kahungunu Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:110; 4:182.
HATI HOU KA MAU One of the builders of a Whare whakairo. J.P.S. 6:87; 9:116-117; 46:118.
HATITI Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 22:164; 23:Genealogy 6. Trans. 30:36.
HATITI MATANGI A god of the Moriori people.Trans. 37:159.
HATIWIRA Chief of a district near East Cape. Trans. 29:513.
HATOA A chief of Ngati Apa. Trans. 42:106.
HATOITOI A companion of Hine kau rangi. A.H.M. 3:67.
HATOKA Mamaru Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:11. Trans. 12:160.
HATOMA East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 39:319. Trans. 15:458.
HATONGA Toi Genealogy. J.P.S. 9:201, 214; 14:210; 23:39, 86; 39:190. A.H.M. 1:154. M.B. 9:110. Trans. 30:35; 37:123. See also Whatonga.
HATO PAORA St Paul: Boy's school, Fielding. J.P.S. 61:162.
HATOTOI One of the crew of Horouta. A.H.M. 3:94.
HATUA A Ngati Awa chief. J.P.S. 11:65; 12:200.
HATUMA Toi Genealogy. J.P.S. 39:85; 61:172. A.H.M. 6:218.
HATU MOANA Supposed to have come in Te Aotea. J.P.S. 16:212.
HATU PATU A chief of Rotorua. One of the crew of Te Arawa. Hero. J.P.S. 1:221, 2:224-225, 237, 239, 248; 3:47, 170, 174, 175; 13:74; 17:56; 18:216; 24:55; 34:306; 38:67; 52:50, 53; 79:78-79; 84: Mem 40:68; 93:311; 94:98, 120, 136, 140, 150. P.M. 94, 102. S.T. 15. Ika. 155-157, 267. Trans. 5:324; 13:89; W.W.2: 262, 278.
HATUPE Rahiri genealogy.J.P.S.47:opp 176.
HATU PERE A Tuwharetoa chief. Trans. 15:438-439.
HA TUPUNA A man driven away from his pa at Ngaruroro by Rakai hikuroa. A.H.M. 3:122. Trans. 15:455.
HAU One of the crew of Te Aotea.Toi Genealogy. Hei Genealogy. Ngati Porou Genealogy. Paraki Genealogy. Rahiri genealogy; K. Te Hau, academic. Oakura Beach tribal source. J.P.S. J.P.S. 1:229; 3:47, 49 216, 218; 4:19, 21-22, 30, 178; 6:186; 7:31, 33, 40; 8:151; 12:121; 14:133-135; 18:81, 86; 19:91; 22:129; 23:Genealogy 13; 25:54-62, 92; 27:110; 29:193, 196; 31:136, 140, 193; 36:144, 260, 262-263, 266, 268-272, 276, 278-282; 37:262; 41:49; 47:51, opp 168;49:620; 50:232-236; 51:20 Genealogy; 52:20; 54:117; 55:164-165, 233; 62:200, 202; 65:289, 290; 69:337; 75:196; 91:38; 99:45; 103:134; 118:393. Wh. 4. Ika. 257, 308. A.H.M. 3:199, 259, 261; 4:21; 5:73, 87, 180. S.D. 94 Table D. Trans. 10:66, 89-90; 14:25, 32-33; 25:408; 36:53; 42:77. VI. S. 27, 46; W.W.2: 66, 167, 168, 245.
HAUA Paoa Genealogy. Ruapani Genealogy. A Waikato Chief. Rahiri genealogy.J.P.S. 1:78; 3:214; 6:178, 182; 7:113; 18:86; 25:33; 47:25, opp 168; 50:104, 171 Genealogy; 58:70 Genealogy; 65:54 Genealogies VI & XI; 66:260; 67:51; 75:190 Genealogies II and III; 97:203; 116:314, 317. S.T. 282. A.H.M. 3:199; 4:104-105, 193, 244; 5:38, 41, 85-86, 144. P.M. 201.
HAUAI Place name, Bay of Islands. J.P.S. 47:opp 172.
HAU AITU Rangi and Papa Genealogy. Trans. 40:188.
HAUA HI TE RANGI Pukaru Genealogy. J.P.S. 6:183.
HAUAKI J.P.S. 28:47.
HAUAKITERANGI J.P.S. 51:20 Genealogy; 52:17.
HAUANGA ROA A sister of Nga Toro i rangi. J.P.S. 35:211, 213, 217-218. M.B. 10:127. See also Haunga roa.
HAUA NUHA Kuiwai Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:212.
HAUA NUI A wife of Kurapoto. J.P.S. 25:110.
HAUA O TE RANGI Ngati Ira Genealogy. J.P.S. 27:55.
HAUAPU A chief of Pourangahau. J.P.S. 13:190; 15:84. M.B. 8:122.
HAUARAKI Rahiri Genealogy: spouse of Moerangaranga. J.P.S. 72:402.
HAUA RARO One of the crew of Horouta. J.P.S. 1:231.
HAUA RIKI Wahine iti Genealogy. J.P.S. 24:26.
HAUA ROA Kuiwai Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:212; 23:206, 212; W.W.2: 195, 201, 214, 219.
HAUA RE Tahuhu nui Genealogy. VI. S. 37.
HAU A RONGOMAI A tempest. J.P.S. 26:82.
HAUATA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:61.
HAUA TE RANGI A name in a chant. J.P.S. 23:44, Genealogy 9; 83:Mem 40:17.S.M.61.
HAU AURU A chief of Hauraki.A Whanganui chief. J.P.S. 2:54; 8:180, 184; 9:67, 72, 77, 82; 13:46, 65; 14:58; 18:24, 78, 82; 21:97; 23:76; 24:50; 30:146; 33:33; 48:131, 134; 49:238; 50:122 Genealogy; 58:70 Genealogy; 79:40; 91:31; 114:149. A.H.M. 5:144-145, 149-151. Trans. 48:456. VI. S. 102-103; W.W. 2: 143-144, 153-155, 250, 257, 259, 273.
HAU AWHI A chieftainess of Ngati Whiti. J.P.S. 24:126.
HAU ENUKU A name in a song. J.P.S. 17:132.
HAU E RANGI A man who was lost in the bush near present site of Aramoho. J.P.S. 31:115-116. Wh. 34. Trans. 28:433.
HAUHANGA Trans. 1E:20. See also Hauhanga tahi.
HAUHANGA TAHI A cone near Ruapehu. Trans. 4:129; 25:70; 28:685.
HAUHAO TUPUNI A name in a song. A.H.M. 5:160.
HAUHAU Name of a place on Omahu block. A name for the rebel natives of the Sixties.Political, social and religious movement. J.P.S. 1:275; 4:186; 11:68, 75; 12:42, 149, 194, 208; 13:10, 158, 188, 194; 14:59-60, 171-176, 220; 15:170-171; 16:83; 38:159, 163, 223; 40:40; 42:159, 205, Mem 10:201; 46:165; 47:38-39, 41; 49:550; 51:i-iii, 3-6, 8-10, 15, 17-18, 20, 24, 33; 55:154; 61:205; 62:200-204, 206-208, 210-218, 220-224, 226, 228-235; 66:105, 441; 67:213; 70:379; 71:217, 223, 227, 240, 243; 75:201, 324, 330; 76:35; 79:Mem. 37:6, 25, 50; 84:22;89:336; 91:169. 92:62-64, 66, 70, 72 -73, 75, 82, 86, 89, 351; 93:270; 101:7-15, 28-32, 35,37-40, 43-44. M.B. 8:122. A.H.M. 3:74, 120. Trans. 15:433, 448, 454; 18:411; 29:154; 37:146; W.W.2: 144, 155. see also Pai Marire.
HAUHAUA Awanui Genealogy. Rahiri genealogy.J.P.S. 18:86; 47:opp 168
HAUHAU I TE RANGI A woman on Horouta. A.H.M. 3:94; 6:178. P.M. 68.
HAUHAU POUNAMU An axe. J.P.S. 26:181; 55:29.
HAUHAU TE RANGI An axe used when making the Arawa. J.P.S. 1:224; 3:201, 205; 12:56, 176; 19:95; 47:7, 10; 94:131. M.B. 4:175; Trans. 24:484; 26:441, 443, 451.
HAUHAU TU A famous axe. J.P.S. 3:38.
HAUHAU TU KI TE RANGI A name in a tangi. P.M. 28.
HAUHUNGA A name in a song. J.P.S. 27:81-85.
HAUHUNGA ROA A range of hills west of Taupo. A Wharekura in Tahiti. J.P.S. 25:104-105, 112-115; 26:93-94; 65:41, 42. P.M. 94. W.W. 1:83. Trans. 20:316-332; 24:605.
HAUHUNGA TAHI A mountain near Ruapehu. Trans. 41:277-278, 305; 43:178, 227, 235; 46:42. See also Hauhanga tahi.
HAUIA TE KURU Writer of a paper on the Moa. J.P.S. 16:106.
HAU I KO RAKI Genealogy. S.D. 94 Table G.
HAU ITI Ira Genealogy. Maori Incorporation, Tolaga Bay; Son of Uengarehupango and brother of Hamua Awariki; Place name, Tolaga Bay. J.P.S. J.P.S. 2:109, 111, 279; 3:214-218; 4:25, 27; 6:178-179; 10:145-146; 15:36; 16:27; 18:137; 55:48, 74-75, 79 Genealogy; 65:319; 84:Mem 40:68-69; 87:118; 92:535; 102:55, 62; 103:115, 141; 108:270; 112:358. A.H.M. 3:130, 136, 149, 152, 156; 6:180-181. Trans. 13:40-45; 42:84, 88.
HAU ITI A TAUA J.P.S. 2:230, 247. See also Hau iti
HAU KAI A chief of Ngati Pa. Wh. 134. Trans. 28:652.
HAU KAI WHARANGI A chief of Ngati Whatua. Trans. 28:42. VI. S. 59, 63-74, 94.
HAU KAKAWE East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 6:182.
HAU KAPUA A greenstone mere given to the New Zealand Government by the Tuhoe tribes. J.P.S. 11:236; 33:133; 41:45; 60:80, 82, 88, 92. M.B. 4:164; 5:72. Trans. 38:192, 222; 41:281.
HAU KAPUA NUI Nga Toro i rangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:222; 2:206, 210.
HAU KARANGA A man killed at Pu rua. Wh. 121.
HAU KARANGA ROA A wife of Whatonga. J.P.S. 15:86.
HAU KARETU A place in the Hutt Valley. J.P.S. 26:164; 27:69, 167.
HAUKAU Wife of Tohi Te Uru-rangi. J.P.S. 99:49.
HAU KAWAKAWA A chief of Te Hauke pa. Bitter or severe wind: Ngati Koata village, Rangitoto (D'Urville Island) J.P.S. 24:125; 27:169; 69:251, 255, 262
HAUKE A pa near Hastings. Place near Te Aute, Hawke's Bay. J.P.S. 38:173; 61:158; 82:412. Trans. 13:8.
HAUKERE Tama te kapua Genealogy. J.P.S. 30:171.
HAU KI TE RANGI One of Hine kau i rangi's companions. A.H.M. 3:67.
HAU KI TURANGA A house at Turanga. Good tidings from Turanga: carved meeting house Orakaiapu Pa, from Gisborne district, now in the National Museum. J.P.S. 56:180; 57:32, 34, 36, 38; 63:255-257; 65:320, 329; 92:302; 105:3, 7-26; 108:10, 13, 25, 28-29, 238-239, 249, 261, 269, 271; 117:129, 131-132, 158-160, 165, 170, 228, 258. Trans. 1:41.
HAU KI WAHO An atua. J.P.S. 9:184; 23:48, 91. Genealogy 7 and 13; 75:190 Genealogy I.
HAU KO HAKE An ancestor of Rangi hi roa. J.P.S. 17:9.
HAU KO HORE A Ngati Hauiti pa. A.H.M. 3:154.
HAU KOPA A Taro. J.P.S. 45:154. M.B. 9:126.
HAU KO PAIA Tahuhu nui Genealogy. VI. S. 37.
HAU KOPAKE A man carried off by the demon Te Ririo. J.P.S. 15:46-47.
HAU KO RAKI Toi Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:216.
HAU KORE Ngati Hei Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:226; 30:167.
HAUKORE TAWA Follower of Rua. J.P.S. 92:368, 380 see also Pita Kanuehi.
HAU KORIA Ngati Kahungunu Genealogy. J.P.S. 25:84; 37:185, 205-206.
HAU KOTORE A brother of Porou mata. J.P.S. 4:21, 28.
HAUMAI Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 35:157; 43:105; 67:61.
HAUMAKURURANGI Rahiri genealogy.J.P.S. 47:opp 176.
HAU MANGA A sister of Kahuhunu. A nephew of Whakatau potiki. J.P.S. 14:67, 73, 82-88; 49:236; 78:411.P.M. 44.
HAU MANGAMANGA Genealogy. J.P.S. 22:Table II; W.W.2: 95, 120 Table II.
HAU MANU A chief killed in Hawaiki. A.H.M. 2:47.
HAU MAPU A name in a song. A whirlwind. J.P.S. 16:55. Ika. 312. A.H.M. 5:21.
HAU MAPUHIA A name in a lament. Ancient Taniwha, guardian of Lake Waikaremoana. J.P.S. 10:44-45; 23:86; 93:358, 388.Trans. 40:193.
HAU MARANGAI North wind. J.P.S. 35:42.
HAU MARINGI A chief of Ngati Ruanui killed by Ngati Raukawa. A child of Rangi. J.P.S. 19:129. P.M. 8, 14.
HAU MA ROTOROTO A child of Rangi. P.M. 8, 14.
HAU MATAKITAKI A mountain at Lake Wanaka. J.P.S. 28:212.
HAU MATANGI A Maori who claimed to have seen a Moa. J.P.S. 40:157. Trans. 7:121; 24:162; 25:45.
HAU MATAO A name in a song. A.H.M. 4:27.
HAUMA TEATEA J.P.S. 119:140.
HAU MATIKETIKE A range in Central Otago. J.P.S. 26:83.
HAU MAUNGA Po Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:143.
HAU MAURU West wind. J.P.S. 35:42.
HAU MEA A name in a song. J.P.S. 39:23; 45:7. A.H.M. 4:22; 6:200.
HAUMENE Windman, spiritual name of Te Ua. J.P.S. 101:28 see also Ua.
HAUMI A small creek flowing into Rotomahana. Trans. 19:355, 358; 43:282, 285.
HAUMIA God of fern root. Mamaru Genealogy. Name of a goblin. Name of several Genealogies. God of uncultivated food.J.P.S. 3:12; 11:12; 12:198; 17:124; 18:49; 27:81-84, 89, 219; 28:19; 22:111; 35:256; 43:105; 55:31-38, 222; 58:74; 61:4-6; 64:201; 65:54 Genealogies I, III & IX; 66:230, 247, 253; 67:46; 83:Mem 40:26; 84:Mem 40:45; 91:40-43, 47-48; 94:125-127, 153-154;105:228, 233, 241-242, 250. A.H.M. 1:20, 31.4:68; 5:73, 78-79; 6:170, 191. S.T. 76-77. P. 52. Ika. 116, 123, 136. M.B. 9:9; 10:37, 40, 115-116, 141, 157. Trans. 12:159, 163; 13:24; 31:646; 35:49; 38:160; 40:189, 221; 41:241, 256. see also Haumia-tikitiki.

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