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Index of Māori Names: Ma to Manga Kuku


Compiled by Henry James Fletcher


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MAAHANGA Father-in-law of Tama-inu-po. J.P.S. 78:411. see also Mahanga.
MAAHANGA A TUAMATUA Name of the Arawa canoe. J.P.S. 86:3. See also Mahanga a Tuamatua.
MAAHA O TE RANGIPaerangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:229.
MAAHIA J.P.S. 78:411. See Mahia.
MAAHINAARANGI Wife of Turongo. J.P.S. 82:412-413. See also Mahinarangi.
MAAHINARANGI Ngati Porou ancestress and wife of Turongo. J.P.S. 84:141 see also Mahinarangi.
MAAHUA Ngati Ira clan. A name in a song. J.P.S. 5:3; 27:1, 59; 64:185; 103:162.M.B. 5:57. Trans. 34:89; 48:432.
MAAHU NUIM.B. 3:18.
MAAHUTA Maori king. J.P.S. 82:413. See also Mahuta.
MAAIRahiri Genealogy. Very clean place: place where Rua lived at Maungapohatu. J.P.S. 8:151; 92:358, 361
MAAKAOne of the crew of Te Arawa. Roger C. A. Maaka, academic.Dr. G.H. Maaka of Whakatane. J.P.S. 1:221; 2:207, 248; 14:121; 67:240, 244, 247; 101:32 See also Maka.
MAAKA HUEMATAMATA A Ngati Toa chief. J.P.S. 68:265-266.
MAAMAA A Maniapoto chief.J.P.S. 68:270. See also Mama.
MAAMARI A canoe. J.P.S. 66:226, 236-237, 242. See also Mamari.
MAANGAA chief of Ngapuhi. J.P.S. 9:135, 138. See also Manga.
MAANGAARARA A canoe.J.P.S. 86:3. See also Mangarara.
MAANGIA Ngapuhi woman. J.P.S. 9:37; 55:17. See also Mangi.
MAANGI TUNOATama te kapua Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:199.
MAANU Father of Matire Toha, Bay of Islands chief. J.P.S. 47:20, 23, 26,163-164,166, opp 168, 169-171; 107:169. see also Rewa.
MAARA East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 51:20 Genealogy.
MAA REI Wife of Kawairirangi.J.P.S. 83:Mem 40:5.
MAARINorth Auckland Genealogy. Wife of Manga Kahau. J.P.S. 18:86; 69:opp187See also Mari.
MAARI O TE RANGINgati Kahungunu chief. J.P.S. 27:107.
MAA ROA Wife of Kawairirangi.J.P.S. 83:Mem 40:5; 97:131.
MAATA Kahungunu Genealogy. Rito o Tau Genealogy. J.P.S. 55:23 Genealogy; 59:68 Genealogy.
MAATAARIKI The Pleiades. J.P.S. 86:331, 336. See also Matariki.
MAATAATUA Fleet canoe, Tuhoe Genealogy J.P.S. 68:216; 84:344. See also Matatua and Mataatua.
MAATA KIIRA Kuia from Opoutama. J.P.S.57:41-42.
MAATA TE KAI A MAHAKI Kahungunu Genealogy. J.P.S. 39:388.
MAATENE TE WHIWHI Ngati Toa chief. J.P.S.68:275-276. See also Matene te Whiwhi.
MAATE RAA place in Hawaiki. Trans. 12:160. Perhaps Matera.
MAATUA AHU Chief of Motu-poi Pa, Lake Roto-a-ira. J.P.S. 69:opp187.see also Manga Kaahu.
MAAUAU Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:63.
MAAUI Hero, J.P.S. . 66:218-219, 226, 233-234, 242, 245; 84:Mem 40:43-44, 46-50, 52-54, 56-57, 59, 61, 68, 74-78, 80-87, 91, 341; 94:98, 116, 119, 122, 128-129, 141, 168, 174; 99:22-23. see also Maui.
MAAUI I ATAMAI Maaui the despised. J.P.S.84:Mem 40:68. see also Maui, Maaui and Maui Atamai.
MAAUI MUA Oldest brother of Maaui. J.P.S.84:Mem 40:47, 75. see also Mauimua and Rupe.
MAAUI NUKURAU Maaui the deceiver. J.P.S. 84:Mem 40:68. see also Maui and Maaui .
MAAUI PAE Older brother of Maui. J.P.S. 84:Mem 40:46. see also Maiu pae.
MAAUI POOMARE Leader. J.P.S. 93:274, 285, 313.see also Maui Pomare.
MAAUI ROTOOlder brother of Maui, J.P.S. 84:Mem 40:46 see also Maui roto.
MAAUI TAHAOlder brother of Maui, J.P.S. 84:Mem 40:46. See also Maui Taha.
MAAUI TIKITIKI A TAARANGAAnother name for North Island of New Zealand. J.P.S. 86:7.
MAAUI TIKITIKI A TARANGA Another name for North Island of New Zealand. J.P.S. 66:218, 226, 228, 233, 242, 244.
MAAUI TIKITIKI O TARANGA Maori hero, J.P.S. 84:Mem 40:46; 94:127-128, 145, 175. see also Maui, Maaui and Maui tikitiki o Taranga.
MAAUI TIONE A man from Hawaiki. J.P.S. 94:121-122.
MAAUI WHARE KINO Maaui of the evil house, J.P.S. 84: Mem 40:68 see also Maui, Maaui and Maui whare kino.
MAAWHITIWHITI Killed in a battle in the Wairarapa. J.P.S. 68:268-269.
MAEANorth Auckland Genealogy. J.P.S. 5:119; 7:36; 35:73; 64:185. Ika. 394. Trans. 19:521.
MAEAEAA chief of Maru. A Kawerau Chief. J.P.S. 54:210.VI. S. 97-99. A.H.M. 1:108; 5:77, 80. Ika. 393.
MAEA ROANgati Whatua Genealogy. J.P.S. 99:311. VI. S. 27, 51.
MAEA TE RANGI Second wife of Hikairo. J.P.S. 99:47.
MAEAWHAA.H.M. 1:27.
MAEHEA taro. J.P.S. 61:22.M.B. 9:126.
MAEKEThe cold of space.J.P.S. 32:65; 38:53. A.H.M. 3:218. W.W. 1:120.
MAEMAEOne of the baskets of stars. J.P.S. 30:259, 260.
MAENEA name in the lament for Tupoki. J.P.S. 2:53-54.
MAERA UTAA place in a flood story. A.H.M. 1:176, 181.
MAERE HAUWh. 132.
MAERE NUKUA name in a song. J.P.S. 27:146.
MAERE RANGIA name in a song. A pa at Hokianga. J.P.S. 8:164; 27:146.
MAERE WHENUA A place on the Waitaki river. J.P.S. 24:16; 27:155; 52:192, 197; 60:37. Trans. 19:429, 432; 20:259; 29:173-174; 33:427; 47:385-403. W.W. 2:241.
MAEROWild men. J.P.S. 16:150; 27:153; 37:221; 60:39. P. 36, 43. Ika. 157. Trans. 7:91, 144; 12:136; 42:101-112.
MAEROEROA people supposed to have come in Waka huru manu. J.P.S. 27:153, 160; 28:212-213; 31:195-196. See also Maero.
MAEWA KAIHAU Wife of Ngati Te Ata Chief Henare Kaihau and credited as the composer of Haere ra (Now is the Hour). J.P.S. 94:155.
MAHA Kahungunu Genealogy.J.P.S. 66:262 Genealogy.
MAHAENAA place in Tahiti. J.P.S. 16:199.
MAHAERE O TUNgati Porou Genealogy. J.P.S. 24:79.
MAHAIAA name in a song. J.P.S. 12:45. M.B. 8:172.
MAHAINATuri's birth place on Tahiti. J.P.S. 9:215. See also Mahaena.
MAHAKAA Ngati Kahungunu chief. 1842 place name, southern South Island: aka Kings rock, south Otago coast. J.P.S. 13:13-14; 49:393, 408, 423; 78:370.
MAHAKIEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:213-216; 4:25, 28; 5:7; 6:178; 8:180, 184; 14:73, 88; 15:185; 23:42; 27:14; 32:28; 51:20 Genealogy; 54:90; 55:163; 65:319; 66:262 Genealogy; 94:98. M.B. 7:123. A.H.M. 3:132, 155. Trans. 13:43; 28:37, 39.
MAHAKI KAIAEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 5:9; 15:75. Trans. 48:429.
MAHAKI KAINGANgati Kahungunu Genealogy. J.P.S. 13:162.
MAHAKI NGAI TAHUPOAn East Coast tribe. J.P.S. 25:41. Trans. 45:372. Wh. 109.
MAHAKI PAI TAUA chief of Wahine iti. J.P.S. 4:27.
MAHAKI PAOAA bay in Pelorus Sound. J.P.S. 3:226, 228, 232.
MAHAKI PAWASame as Mahaki paoa. J.P.S. 3:232; 35:168.Trans. 22:303, 403; 28:361, 363.
MAHAKI ROAA wife of Tamatea. J.P.S. 16:212; 21:30; 26:144-145; 36:264, 273; 42:Mem 10:234 A.H.M. 3:87. P.M. 115. Ika. 254.
MAHAKI RUAA tributary of the Whakatane. J.P.S. 6:52; 23:97.
MAHAMAUAA name in a song. M.B. 8:121, 123.
MAHA MAUMUEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 6:182.
MAHANARakaihautu Genealogy. J.P.S. 24:106; 31:11.
MAHANAITERANGI Paikea Genealogy. J.P.S. 55:164.
MAHANA NUI A TAUEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:219; 18:18.
MAHANGAA name in a lament. A Tuhoe ancestor. A pa. A man with Tangata whenua ancestry. Ngati Kahungunu Chief. J.P.S. 3:50; 4:182; 7:30, 32; 10:42-43, 134, 138, 157; 11:132; 13:163-164; 15:83-84, 87, 93; 17:20; 20:82, 85.22:163-164; 27:13, 173; 32:38-43; 41:45; 49:239; 50:122 Genealogy; 55:48, 55, 76, 79 Genealogy, 163; 58:69-70 Genealogy, 72; 59:72 Genealogy; 65:51, 53, 54 Genealogies I, III &X; 66:251, 255-256; 67:46, 49-51;102:45-46, 48-49, 63 P. 22, 89; 110:44. M.B. 8:112. A.H.M. 3:87, 119, 180; 4:39, 40, 44, 59, 60, 174-179, 194, 195; 5:146, 147; 6:247. Trans. 5:399; 13:409; 15:454; 35:99; 37:173. VI. S. 104.
MAHANGA A NGOREA mound on the bank of the Waimana river. J.P.S. 23:161.
MAHANGA A TUAAn ancient canoe. A.H.M. 4:23, 26. M.B. 7:278.
MAHANGA A TUAMATUA Name of the Arawa canoe. J.P.S. 59:340.
MAHANGA I TE RANGIA descendant of Rongo a tau. J.P.S. 16:177; 75: 190 Genealogy II, 208. Trans. 37:131.
MAHANGAITI A lagoon near Dannevirke. J.P.S. 55:15, 17.
MAHANGA PUHI A NUKU A name for the bilge of Kupe's canoe. J.P.S. 66:229, 245.
MAHANGA PUHI A RANGI A name for the bilge of Kupe's canoe. J.P.S. 66:229, 245.
MAHANGA PUHOAA chief of Ngati Ira. J.P.S. 15:79, 84; 27:55.
MAHANGA PUHUNGA Ngati Pariri Genealogy. J.P.S. 55:66, 68, 72, 79 Genealogy.
MAHANGA TAHIA daughter of Tiotio of Hataitai. J.P.S. 10:143. A.H.M. 3:205. Trans. 10:70.
MAHANGA TETE RANGIMythological Genealogy. J.P.S. 7:239; 8:118.
MAHANGA TIKAROTara Genealogy. J.P.S. 27:55.
MAHA O TE RANGIWhanganui Genealogy. J.P.S. 17:46; 59:73 Genealogy.
MAHA PARAA place in the story of Rata. J.P.S. 31:6.
MAHARARangi and Papa Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:142; 67:63. A.H.M. 2:54. M.B. 10:32, 40.
MAHARAHARAA place on the Ruahine range. Trans. 20:454, 472; 26:393; 32:351; 48:39, 76.
MAHARAIA J.P.S. 118:255.
MAHARAIA WINIATA Academic. J.P.S. 61:172, 202; 63:163; 65:212, 289, 292-293, 299; 67:57; 69:73; 70:379-380; 79:Mem 37:49;84:131, 142, 152;85:491; 89:330; 93:291, 387; 101:399-400, 402-403, 408; 108:327.
MAHARAKIKIA stream in Hawke's Bay. Trans. 14:185.
MAHARA KI RANGIHoturoa Genealogy. A.H.M. 4:60, 61.
MAHA RANGIMataatua Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:64, 70.
MAHARANUI Place name, Whanganui River. J.P.S.38:162.
MAHA RATANgati Porou Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:229.
MAHA RAUMaui potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:182. Trans. 26:360.
MAHA TAUA KI WAHOEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 6:182.
MAHAUTaranaki Genealogy. A place in the Hutt. J.P.S. 1:90; 2:156; 16:140; 18:86, 108, 171; 27:103, 173; 94:100; 99:46. A.H.M. 1:vii.
MAHAU RANGINgati Kahungunu Genealogy. J.P.S. 14:80.
MAHAU TUTEAOne of the crew of Horouta. J.P.S. 1:231. A.H.M. 3:94.
MAHAUWHARE Name in a song. J.P.S. 42:Mem 10:252; 43:Mem 10:253.
MAHAU WHEROTaranaki Genealogy. J.P.S. 17:74.
MAHEAHEAA Ngapuhi chief. J.P.S. 33:133.
MAHEAHEA TAKATAKAA battle near Kawhia. A.H.M. 4:80.
MAHE A TUMaui Genealogy. Trans. 15:459.
MAHE AWAMaui Genealogy. Trans. 15:459.
MAHENOA place in Otago. Trans. 16:481; 18:29; 36:420; 37:485, 507; 45:166; 46:214.
MAHENOTITIIsland, Bay of Islands.J.P.S. 47:opp 172.
MAHERE TUEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:215.
MAHERE TU KI TE RANGIEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:215, 217; 15:76; 27:21; 66:227, 231, 244, 247.
MAHEUHEUA Ngati Apa chief. J.P.S. 25:150, 151.
MAHEURANGI Ngati Whatua ancestor.J.P.S. 99:310-311.
MAHIA name in a proverb.J.P.S. 38:65-67, 70, 71-75, 78, 227, 276; 46:233; 47: 3-4; 47:3-4; 54:116; 59:21, 33; 63:192; 65:224; 94:146-147; 99:441. Trans. 12:116.
MAHIAThe peninsula north of Hawke's Bay. Ngapuhi Genealogy. Rahiri genealogy.J.P.S. 1:152; 3:48-49, 199, 204, 213; 4:26; 5:6, 8, 10; 6:61; 7:40; 8:126, 128; 9:48-50, 56-58, 67, 76-78, 90, 119, 145-151, 159-162, 168; 10:23, 25, 40-48, 86, 120, 158; 11:18, 235; 12:121-122, 196; 13:2, 34, 58-59, 78, 153-154, 243; 14:83, 86, 90, 93; 15:82; 16:20, 83; 17:9; 18:86, 107; 19:6, 11-12, 14, 58, 78; 23:91; 24:52, 57, 77, 99; 25:86; 27:107; 30:75, 259; 32:297; 33:134, 135, 223, 224; 35:90, 93, 106, 110; 37:352; 38:173; 39:82, 388; 40:254; 41:211; 43:189; 47:171, opp 168, opp 176; 50:232; 55:59; 57:41-45; 58:70 Genealogy, 76; 59:344, 346; 61:165, 170; 62:174, 192; 64:490; 65:247, 251; 66:257; 67:63; 68:11; 70:468, 470; 75:195, 206; 79:79, 405-406; 71:300; 93:33, 351, 354, 394; 94:112; 96:18; 102:43; 103:115; 114:14. A.H.M. 3:45, 63-64, 92, 119, 123; 4:30, 33; 5:15. S.M. 14. W.W. 1:83, 98; 2: 185, 274. M.B. 2:6. 4:110; 6:29, 69, 121, 213, 284; 7:15, 290-291; 9:10, 12, 107. Trans. 9:565, 571, 574; 13:409; 15:446-448, 451-456; 17:58; 18:367; 19:619; 20:304, 306; 21:323; 22:257; 23:341-349; 24:617; 25:350; 27:108, 454, 458; 28:374, 394, 531, 675, 680; 29:511, 514, 566; 30:517, 530, 532; 32:179; 33:217; 34:94; 35:34, 81, 93, 112-113, 175, 176; 37:266, 409, 435-444; 38:162, 220; 39:512, 517, 519; 41:131, 429, 431; 45:361, 367.
MAHIA HAKEKEFollower of Rua. J.P.S. 92:360, 367-368, 381.
MAHIA MAI TAWHITIA place in Tahiti. Sound heard from a distance: place name from ancestral homeland. J.P.S. 35:76; 57:43 M.B. 7:290; 9:107.
MAHI AOTEAA Ngai Tahu chief. J.P.S. 51:20 Genealogy. A.H.M. 3:218.
MAHIA PAOKERahiri Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:151.
MAHI TAMARIKI J.P.S.119:156.
MAHIA TAWARIFollower of Rua. J.P.S. 92:367.
MAHIATU Ancestor of Kupe. J.P.S. 79:83.
MAHIAWHA Ancestor of Kupe. J.P.S. 79:83.
MAHIHIA Waitaha lady. J.P.S. 28:49; 65:54 Genealogy XI; 94:137.
MAHIHI AOWhiro Genealogy. J.P.S. 21:31; 53:110 Genealogy.
MAHIHI RANGIA river in the Bay of Plenty. J.P.S. 11:143.
MAHI ITITuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 23:86.
MAHIKAA Ngai Tahu lady. J.P.S. 26:83.
MAHIKIEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:179.
MAHIKORE Ngatoroirangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 79:84.
MAHI KOREROA chief of Maunga rahiri. A.H.M. 5:72, 74.
MAHIKU RANGISame as Hikurangi. Trans. 30:414.
MAHINAThe finder of Taininihi's kura. Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:222, 234, 250-251; 15:36; 23:Genealogy 12; 61:158; 94:133, 144.A.H.M. 3:35; 4:30-33; 6:177, 230. P.M. 74. S.T. 13. P. 59, 67. Ika. 269, 270, 277. Trans. 1F:4; 14:65.
MAHINA A RANGI Tini-o-Toi genealogy. J.P.S. 51:20 Genealogy; 53:opp110; 54:90; 64:489.
MAHINA I TE ATARangi Genealogy.J.P.S. 43:223. A.H.M. 6:172. Trans. 14:9, 15.
MAHINA PUAA pa on south spit, Hokitika. J.P.S. 19:119; 27:157; 29:192. A.H.M. 3:257. Trans. 10:87; 24:490; 29:258-263; 33:231; 34:205.
MAHINA RANGINgati Kahu Ngunu Genealogy. Hoturoa Genealogy. J.P.S. 5:6; 14:74, 80, 89-90; 23:219; 25:110; 26:25; 54:164; 55:41; 56:120, 181; 59:279, 374; 61:198, 205; 63:178; 65:226; 66:252-253, 255, 260, 262-262 Genealogy; 68:168; 78:471; 79:30, 85; 82:113; 103:157. A.H.M. 6:213, 218, 254.
MAHINA TE ATAA child of Uenuku. A.H.M. 3:5, 15, 21.
MAHINEPUA Island, North Auckland aka Stephenson's Island. J.P.S. 94:263, 266.
MAHINE RANGIA descendant of Tamatea. A.H.M. 3:79, 83; 4:103.
MAHINE TU KI TE RANGIA Ngati Ira chief. A.H.M. 3:156-157.
MAHINGAA place visited by Hine kau i rangi. J.P.S. 47:3; 94:168. A.H.M. 3:67.
MAHINGARANGIDescended from Kahungunu; wife of Turongo; Meeting house, Turangawaewae.J.P.S. 71: 143, 301, 309; 108:250, 268-269.
MAHI PATUAA place in Kaipara harbour. J.P.S. 20:109.
MAHI RATATuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 6:43.
MAHIRE A name for 16th day of month. J.P.S. 37:341, 345.
MAHI RUAA servant of Uenuku. A canoe. J.P.S. 27:60. A.H.M. 3:7. P. 84, 88.
MAHI TAHIA place in Westland. J.P.S. 21:145. Trans. 39:76, 301, 303.
MAHITAONE Masterton. J.P.S. 103:169.
MAHITIWhanau a Mahaki Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:28; 42:115; 68:216. P.M. 74.
MAHITIHITIA name in a song. J.P.S. 14:43.
MAHITI KOURAMamaru Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:11; 31:193. Trans. 10:88 Genealogy.
MAHI TOKOTOKOWai o hua. Genealogy. A.H.M. 5:74.
MAHOEA small stream at New Plymouth. A pa at Kawhia. J.P.S. 2:184; 14:191; 17:205; 18:11, 55; 43:Mem 10:294; 67:63; 70:231-232.
MAHOE NUIA pa at Mokau. J.P.S. 17:3-4; 64:242.
MAHOE TAHIA place near Waitara. J.P.S. 17:15; 18:106; 19:25.
MAHOIHOIA great magician. J.P.S. 8:119. Trans. 34:71-73; 37:129; 38:153.
MAHO NUI O RAKIAn ancestor of Rakaihautu. J.P.S. 24:105.
MAHORANgati Hia Genealogy. East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:225; 2:207; 3:215; 6:56; 10:86, 145; 35:39; 50:104; 106:347. A.H.M. 3:150, 154. S.D. 94 Table E.
MAHORA NUI A RANGICosmological Genealogy. J.P.S. 49:167.S.M. 12.
MAHORA NUI A TEAThe great open expanse. J.P.S. 27:18; 35:38-39, 159, 326; 49:167. A.H.M. 1:18, 51; 6:165. S.T. 56. M.B. 7:5; 10:38, 61, 231.
MAHORA NUI A TIU The great open expanse. J.P.S. 35:159. See also Mahoranui Atea.
MAHOROTuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 18:167; 22:Genealogy 8; 23:165; 85:499.
MAHUAn incantation. Nga Maihe Genealogy. A man who lived at Nuhutaurua. Pupil of Taewha.J.P.S. 1:77, 225-226, 231; 8:122-134; 11:13; 12:122; 16:46, 53, 59, 110, 168; 20:187; 23:39; 35:73-110; 41:48; 55:57, 79 Genealogy; 79:34; 84:Mem 40:60, 94; 103:161. A.H.M. 1:66; 5:61; 6:208. W.W. 1:98. Trans. 38:156.
MAHUASouth Island Genealogy. S.D. 94 Table F.
MAHUEHUEA tuahu at Motutere, Taupo. J.P.S. 25:106.
MAHUHUOne of the North Auckland canoes. J.P.S. 3:71; 12:124; 48:186, 188, 190; 49:221; 55:36, 39; 64:184; 78:8. A.H.M. 1:vii; 5:81. S.T. 24-25. M.B. 7:290. VI. S. 2-3, 9, 15, 28-33, 47, 51-56.
MAHUIHA Kauwae raro Genealogy. W.W. 2:120 Table I.
MAHUIKA Goddess of fire and ancestor of Maui. North Auckland Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:28; 5:4; 6:54; 8:96, 99, 118; 9:191; 13:80; 14:129; 16:46, 60; 20:40; 22:Table I; 24:7; 26:124, 126; 29:28; 31:13; 32:205; 33:89-102, 151-152, 161; 34:298; 35:74, 241; 36:284, 378-379; 37:70; 38:2, 8-9, 15, 21-22, 51; 43:120; 59:73 Genealogy; 61:181;84:Mem 40:46 A.H.M. 2:68-74, 80, 83, 103-113; 6:166. P.M. 23-25. S.T. 134. W.W. 1:xvii, 176-179; 2: 234. P. 54; 2:25-28, Ika. 130-135, 182. M.B. 7:271; 8:34; 10:108, 118, 199, 203. Trans. 7:12, 36, 38; 15:438; 20:372-374, 389, 391; 26:435; 27:584, 585; 31:646; 33:468, 470; 34:76; 35:88; 37:66; 38:152, 153; 39:168, 169; 40:211; 41:243, 257; 48:432. VI. S. 16.
MAHUIKURA Settlement (1830-1880) Hauhungaroa Range, Lake Taupo.J.P.S. 65:41, 44.
MAHUKINga Rauru Genealogy. J.P.S. 7:40. Trans. 48:430.
MAHUKOKO Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S.67:63.
MAHUMAHUCarver of Te Hau ki Turanga. J.P.S.105:22.
MAHUNA AWATEAOne of Whakatau's canoes. P.M. 40.
MAHUNGAA Ngati Raukawa chief. A chief of Operiki. J.P.S. 18:167. Wh. 163. Trans. 17:465.
MAHU NUIAn ancient canoe. J.P.S. 14:46; 24:111; 26:157-158; 55:65, 77 Genealogy, 79 Genealogy. M.B. 7:278.
MAHUPUKUKemp Mahupuku, politician. J.P.S.92:82.
MAHURANGIA pa on the east side of Auckland Peninsula. A tree. A whare wananga. Battle in which Ngapuhi were defeated; name of one of Hongi Hika's guns.J.P.S. 9:9, 19, 21, 25, 93, 119, 164; 10:80, 83; 13:52, 62; 22:49; 23:39; 26:140; 27:86-89, 219-221; 29:41; 32:94; 34:23; 42:109, 113; 78:414. A.H.M. 1:27; 5:77, 80, 164. W.W. 1:82; 2: 25-28 Ika. 450. M.B. 8:56. Trans. 1:66, 70-71, 158; 1E:15; 2:80; 5:363; 8:350; 10:423, 454, 455; 13:404, 410; 14:436; 15:265, 294, 387; 17:308, 311; 34:435, 474; 36:407; 40:285; 42:425; 48:5. VI. S. 12, 33, 35, 49, 64, 92-100.
MAHURE A name for 15th day of month. J.P.S. 37:41, 345.
MAHUREHUREOne of the North Auckland tribes. Tuhoe hapu from Rewarewa, Ruatoki.J.P.S. 1:224; 3:177, 237; 8:162; 10:37; 13:249; 16:40, 41; 18:22, 96; 59:343; 66:268; 85:500; 88:208, 387, 394; 92:380, 386 VI. S. 19.
MAHURENGAA brother of Te Rauparaha. J.P.S. 18:63.
MAHURINgati Kahungunu Genealogy A Rangitane chief. J.P.S. 18:160; 19:15; 25:79; 68:394-395.
MAHURIPOUNAMU Hoturoa/Ngati Mahuta genealogies; wife of Horotakere: Tuteiwi genealogy. J.P.S. 65:50, 54 Genealogies I &XII; 67:48.
MAHURUA lunar month. A Hawaikian ancestor. J.P.S. 8:102, 111; 16:148; 19:119; 22:Genealogy 5 &8; 35:173; 36:378; 37:2; 39:346, 366, 372; 40:21; 43:Mem 10:280; 54:102.A.H.M. 5:94. P. 54. Ika. 286. M.B. 9:75, 113. Trans. 12:142; 31:646; 35:54; 36:59.
MAHURU MATAWAI Fourth month of the Maori year.J.P.S. 37:173.
MAHUTA Maori king. A family on Manihiki. Ancestor of Ngati Mahuta. Robert Te Kotahi Mahuta, academic. J.P.S. 5:4; 13:253, 265; 17:117, 26:98, 29:155-161; 49:152, 159; 50:104, 171 Genealogy; 58:70 Genealogy; 61:192-193, 195-197, 202-203, 207; 65:50-53, 54 Genealogies III, XI &XII, 224-226; 66:251-252, 255, 262; 67:37, 48-51, 162-164; 68:12; 71:301; 81:164; 82:315; 92:60-61, 75, 326-327, 329, 431; 93:69, 237, 239, 246, 292, 366; 97:203; 108:353, 357, 362, 365; 112:263-264, 269; 114:142-143. M.B. 3:37-38; 7:176. A.H.M. 2:180; 4:62, 171, 180, 218; 6:248, 260. Trans. 19:534, 539, 543, 548; 37:158.
MAHUTAHUTANgariki Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:215.
MAHU TAKITAKIA tree. A.H.M. 1:27.
MAHU TAPOA NUIA name in a song. Toi Genealogy. J.P.S. 10:24; 13:17; 23:39, 86; 35:73-75, 92-93, 109-110.
MAHUTONGA Home of the winds. Name for Southern Cross. J.P.S. 19:98; 22:208, 213-214, Table I; 24:34, 46, 49; 29:29; 33:93; 35:73-75, 93, 110, 242, 334; 36:262, 291; 55:60-61, 64; 66:134; 106:411. W.W. 1:99, 155, 178; 2:81, 87, 90, 93, 110, 116-117, 120 Table I, 172, 255, 258, 268, 271. Wh. 75-76. M.B. 7:276; 10:136.
MAHUTUNgati Toa Genealogy. Name of a weapon. J.P.S. 18:48, 65; 20:94. A.H.M. 1:27; 4:71. S.D. 283. M.B. 3:35, 37, 52-56. Trans. 27:150-151.
MAHUTU TE TOKOM.B. 3:33.
MAINorth Auckland Genealogy. J.P.S. 18:86; 36:262. VI. S. 59.
MAIANorth Auckland Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:47; 51:20 Genealogy. VI. S. 9.
MAIAIANorth Auckland Genealogy. VI. S. 37.
MAIAOToi Genealogy. A son of Warenga of Te Arawa. Rangitane genealogy.J.P.S. 9:102; 55:55, 66, 68, 72, 74, 77 Genealogy, 79 Genealogy; 102:60. A.H.M. 6:174, 183, 195, 219. VI. S. 31.
MAIA PATUEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:27.
MAIA POROAKIM.B. 9:134.
MAIAROHE Placename, Waiotaiki Bay. J.P.S. 60:80.
MAI AWHEATuranga i mua Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:233.
MAIE Male personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:63.
MAIEAA name applied to Potoru. J.P.S. 9:207, 224.
MAIEKA East Coast Genealogy. Ngai Tahu Genealogy. J.P.S. 54:164.
MAI HAMOA chief of Ngati Whatua. VI. S. 84.
MAI HARANUIJ.P.S. 1:203; 29:194; 55:225, 227. Trans. 37:135. See also Tama i hara nui.
MAI HAROA.H.M. 1:140.
MAI HAROAToi Genealogy. J.P.S. 24:104-187; 25:93, 97; 26:75, 107; 27:143, 147-158; 28:217; 29:133-134; 31:193; 99:438-439.
MAIHE Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:63.
MAIHIA chief of Ngati Kuia. Ngati Hei Genealogy. Captain of Hakirere canoe. Aka Flagstaff Hill, Bay of Islands. J.P.S. 1:218, 226; 3:105; 5:6; 16:148, 178; 17:35-36; 18:86, 137, 186, 211; 19:201; 23:84-85, Genealogy 12; 26:118; 40:6; 47:171, opp 172; 60:80-81, 85-87, 89-92; 61:165; 62:384; 64:163; 67:63; 68:273-274; 75:200; 94:98, 143.A.H.M. 3:50; 6:193. M.B. 9:123.
MAIHI KAWITI Influential Bay of Islands chief.J.P.S. 59:314; 91:533.
MAIHI NGA PAPATangata whenua Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:279; 59:64-64 Genealogy.
MAIHI PARAONE KAWITI J.P.S. 116:23.
MAIHI PARAONE TEKUHANGA KAWITI Son of Kawiti. J.P.S. 62:87.
MAIHI POHEPOHE Of Ngaiterangi, Tauranga, co-author of pamphlet. J.P.S.67:209; 101:35.
MAIHI RANGIA priest in an ancient wharekura. J.P.S. 14:67; 17:38; 45:3.
MAIHI TE KAPUA TE HINAKI Ngati Paoa chief.J.P.S. 60:90.
MAIHI TE RANGI KAHEKEAn Arawa chief. See Wiremu Maihi Te Rangikaheke. J.P.S. 18:44; 94:110.
MAIHO Sent by Maru to procure taro.J.P.S. 40:6.
MAIHUA chief of Pahipoto. J.P.S. 11:14.
MAIKAOne of the builders of Takitimu. Tuhoe Genealogy. Name of a pa. North Auckland Genealogy. Taranaki carver. J.P.S. 18:86; 22:Table I; 24:80; 31:193; 37:365; 51:20 Genealogy; 52:16-17; 55:68; 57:303; 67:52; 103:144. A.H.M. 2:193; 4:99. Trans. 47:431. W.W. 2:80, 120 Table I, 234.
MAIKAIA lake in the South Island. S.D. 243.
MAIKAIKAA pattern in the game of Whai. M.B. 8:44.
MAIKAOA sister of Tama inu po. A.H.M. 4:172-173.
MAIKARAA Ngati Manawa woman. J.P.S. 15:9, 40.
MAIKA TE RANGI PUAWHEHoturoa Genealogy. J.P.S. 19:201.
MAIKIPersonification of sickness. Whanganui Genealogy. J.P.S. 32:109; 35:99; 37:67; 47:21; 116:14. M.B. 10:67, 71.
MAIKI AHUAA name in a song. J.P.S. 27:11, 12.
MAIKI AROHEAPersonified form of sickness. J.P.S. 37:67. M.B. 10:66.
MAIKI KA WHEAU Personified form of sickness or disease. J.P.S. 37:67.
MAIKI KAUPO Personified form of sickness or disease. J.P.S. 37:67.
MAIKI KOPEKE Personified form of sickness or disease. J.P.S. 37:67.
MAIKI KUNAWHEA Personified form of sickness. J.P.S. 32:109; 35:99; 37:67. W.W. 2:169, 184.
MAIKI NUI A karakia. Personified form of sickness. J.P.S. 27:11, 12; 32:109, 114; 35:21; 37:67. W.W. 1:98, 149; 2:169. M.B. 70, 128.
MAIKI PEPEKE Personified form of sickness or disease. J.P.S. 37:67.
MAIKI ROA A karakia. Po Genealogy. Personified form of sickness. J.P.S. 8:124, 126, 131, 134; 27:11, 12; 32:109, 114; 35:99, 108; 37:67. A.H.M. 6:166, 194. W.W. 1:98, 149, 181; 2:169. M.B. 8:35; 10:66, 80, 169.
MAI KITEAMaui potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:182. Trans. 15:458.
MAIKI TE KURAMaui potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:182; 39:319.
MAIKI TUTURI Personified form of sickness or disease. J.P.S. 37:67.
MAIKI WHEKAROA name in a song. Personified form of sickness. J.P.S. 27:11, 12; 37:67. M.B. 10:70.
MAIKI WHENUAPane nehu Genealogy. Trans. 28:38-39.
MAI KOREHEHoturoa Genealogy. J.P.S. 19:201.
MAIKOUA J.P.S. 81:359.
MAIKUMythological Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:98.
MAIKUKUA wife of Tawhaki. A name in a lament.Rahiri genealogy.Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 2:122, 123; 4:22; 5:112-113; 7:234; 18:86; 47:25, opp 168; 53:110 Genealogy; 67:63; 97:200, 203.A.H.M. 1:63, 89-90, 102-103, 129, 130; 2:54; 3:2; 6:256.
MAIKUKU MAKAKATuhoe Genealogy. A name in a song. Wife of Ururangi.J.P.S. 2:123; 22:Table I; 24:7; 37:361-362, 364-365; 84:Mem 40:79 W.W. 1:163; Kauwae raro Genealogy. 2:120 Table I, 234.
MAIKUKU TEAA battle at Motiti. A pa in the Ohura country. J.P.S. 1:214; 11:256; 35:211; 47: 8; 65:54 Genealogy IV; 78:413.P.M. 93. S.T. 12. Wh. 21. Ika. 250-252. Trans. 15:438.
MAIMAIToken of affection.J.P.S. 38:167.
MAIMANGEMANGEROA Placename, Omana Beach, Maraetai. J.P.S. 60:80.
MAINAWhanau a Tapuhi Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:29.
MAINGARUNGA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:68.
MAIOA nephew of Ihenga. J.P.S. 32:43; 64:193. S.M. 85.
MAIOHA A Waikato chief. A dog that belonged to Turihuka. J.P.S. 19:69; 24:16; 26:162; 46:130, 132; 47:20; 65:363. A.H.M. 5:61. W.W. 2:230, 242.
MAIOPAA man of Nga Maihi. J.P.S. 11:225; 12:203, .204.
MAIOPEA son of Tihore of Whakatane. VI. S. 39.
MAIOREA wife of Hikairo. Whanganui Genealogy. J.P.S. 5:170; 10:22; 14:157. Wh. 40 Genealogy.
MAIORIORIA name for an old people in N.Z. J.P.S. 3:209; 26:149, 150; 28:12; 31:14; 46:119.
MAIOROA pa near the Manukau. A place at Ruatahuna. A son of Whakamaru. J.P.S. 11:73; 83:146, 148, 151-153; 96:18-19.105:442, 452, 457. A.H.M. 4:116; 5:33, 34, 37-40.
MAI ORO RANGIW.W. 1:116.
MAI O TAKAA chief of Ngati Maru. J.P.S. 15:30.
MAIPISon of Te Whiu Maraki; Place name, Wairarapa. J.P.S. 93:377; 102:40, 52.
MAIRAAo mata rahi Genealogy. Po Genealogy. J.P.S. 13:165; 15:141;55:68, 70. A.H.M. 6:166.
MAIRANA Wife of Moewhare. Tuhoe Genealogy.J.P.S. 68:215-216.
MAIRANGA A wife of Rangi mata moana. J.P.S. 68:216.A.H.M. 3:88. Trans. 10:62; 34:134.
MAIRANGIA place in Canterbury. J.P.S. 64:372, 418, 429; 67:63; 81:371.A.H.M. 3:126, 192. M.B. 6:21.
MAIRA TEAA descendant of Tu huruhuru. J.P.S. 7:40; 14:119. P.M. 39.
MAIRATEA TAHIWI Member of the Polynesian Society. J.P.S. 61:170.
MAIRAUTATane Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:203.
MAIRE A South Island chief. Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 7:40; 21:100; 22:Table I; 23:49, 172; 24:8; 26:75, 106; 27:143, 156-158; 32:110; 34:182, 183; 35:36; 37:165; 46:219; 53:110 Genealogy; 59:374; 91:61-62, 64, 75. M.B. 4:159; 9:126; 10:105. W.W. 2:80, 120 Table I, 234.
MAIRE HAU Maui potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:182; 23:210; 36:377. M.B. 7:288. W.W. 2:199, 217
MAIRE HUAKAIThe barb of Maui's fish hook. J.P.S. 21:34. A.H.M. 2:116, 126.
MAIREKAHORO Village, Whanganui River. J.P.S. 67:58.
MAIRE KA REKATrans. 7:55.
MAIRE KURA A place near the mouth of the Moutoa stream. J.P.S. 23:210; 32:68. M.B. 7:288. Wh. 48. W.W. 2:199, 217.
MAIRE RANGIA place in the Whakatane Valley. J.P.S. 9:112.
MAIRE RAU NUIA name in a song. A.H.M. 6:221.
MAIRE TAHIA pa two miles north of Aotea bluff, Kaipara. J.P.S. 13:254. VI. S. 95.
MAIRE TAU J.P.S. 114:70.
MAIRE TUA Ngai Tahu chief. J.P.S. 24:84. M.B. 4:190.
MAIRIIRI KAPUAA house at Te Tihi o manono. W.W. 1:132.
MA IRI RANGIA companion of Kupe. A.H.M. 3:73.
MAIRO Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:68.
MAIRUMoriori Genealogy. Trans. 37:158.
MAIRU RANGIAn ancestor of Rongo kako. A.H.M.6:148.
MAITATrans.7:148. See also Maitai.
MAITAHIA place south of Hokitika. J.P.S. 5:236; 68:273-274. M.B. 4:184.
MAITAIA name for the white man. A river at Nelson. J.P.S. 5:111, 142. Trans. 3:135, 292; 4:155-156, 423; 10:251, 252; 11:432-433; 14:304-329; 15:381, 403; 16:377, 576; 17:335-346, 347; 18:320, 324; 19:242; 20:272, 320; 21:240, 339; 22:388; 23:52, 342, 344; 24:359, 362; 26:393, 417, 419; 27:407-408; 32:162-168, 183; 33:563; 34:416, 467-488; 35:315; 36:377, 391, 400-403, 431-446, 538; 37:447; 39:511; 40:321; 43:22, 178,397, 399; 45:308; 46:284, 324, 328; 47:381; 48:76-86; 54:224; 67:158-159; 99:377, 381-382.
MAI TAPAPAA place in Otago. J.P.S. 24:135; 25:96; 42:62, 229.
MAI TARAA fishing station on the Hawke's Bay Coast. A.H.M. 3:131. Trans. 13:41.
MAI TARA NUIA Tuhoe chief. J.P.S. 9:112-115, 152; 11:19, 228, 244; 12:43, 79, 164; 13:2; 68:216; 119:10.
MAI TEAAn island in the Pacific. J.P.S. 36:131-134. Trans. 48:454. See also Mai Teka.
MAI TEKAAn island in the Pacific. J.P.S. 9:200, 213-214; 36:133-134. M.B. 7:277, 283.
MAITITamatea Genealogy. Geological rock series. J.P.S. 69:244. A.H.M. 6:176, 181.
MAI TIHITIHIA name in a song. J.P.S. 29:40. Trans. 7:52.
MAI TIITIA name in a song. Trans. 14:43.
MAI URE NUIHusband of Wairaka of Mataatua. J.P.S. 3:62-63, 68-69; 17:15.
MAI WAHOA man who taught Tawhaki. J.P.S. 97:128.A.H.M. 1:59, 81. Trans. 37:62. See also Tama i waho.
MAIWA O TE RANGIA wife of Maui mua. J.P.S. 4:22.
MAI WEROHIASouth Island Genealogy. J.P.S. 25:14-15; 29:195; 31:137, 193. Trans. 10:88 Genealogy.
MAI WHITITuputupu Whenua Genealogy. J.P.S. 18:86. A.H.M. 4:77.
MAKAAn Arawa ancestor. A South Island chief. J.P.S. 2:220-224, 231, 238; 3:46, 206; 16:137; 21:125; 25:31; 54:67, 93-96, 98-99, 102, 110, 112-113; 55:223-224; 59:73; 94:131; 99:146-147.A.H.M. 3:257. P.M. 82. S.M. 51, 82. W.W. 1:98. P. 50, 64, 101. Ika. 286, 287, 290. M.B. 3:85. Trans. 15:435; 30:33; 42:88.
MAKAAWA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:63.
MAKAEAEAA minor god. W.W. 1:157.
MAKAENUKU Pa, Hutt Valley. J.P.S. 78:99.
MAKAHAMamaru Genealogy. A name in a proverb. J.P.S. 3:12; 50:145; 81:517. A.H.M. 5:26-27.
MAKAHAEA grandson of Tia. J.P.S. 1:222; 2:242. S.T. 16, 312.
MA KAHAKAHA Outlet on Lake Te Uhiroa, Wairarapa.J.P.S. 18:161; 102:69
MAKAHIA South Island chief. J.P.S. 26:107, 110; 27:158.
MAKAHEAA star. Canopus. J.P.S. 8:105.
MAKAHIKAA tributary of the Ohau. Trans. 43:496-520.
MAKAHOA chief of Ngati Hikairo. J.P.S. 2:111; 26:95, 96.
MAKAHUA tributary of the Mohaka. Trans. 32:184, 188.
MAKAHUAOne of the ancient tribes of New Zealand. Ngati Pariri Genealogy. J.P.S. 55:61. Trans. 30:34.
MAKAI An Arawa chief. J.P.S. 52:62-64. See also Rawiri Tiniraupeka.
MAKA I ATUA HAEHAEOne of the wives of Tinirau. A.H.M. 2:135. Trans. 7:25, 49.
MAKA I ATUA URIURIOne of the wives of Tinirau. A.H.M. 2:135. Trans. 7:25, 49.
MAKAIREParent of the Pukeko. A.H.M. 1:61.
MAKAKAA house hold atua. A name in a chant. J.P.S. 7:234; 12:70, 150; 83:Mem 40:13. A.H.M. 1:150.
MAKAKAHIA tributary of Te Raumea. Trans. 2:200, 203, 346.
MAKAKAHOA tributary of the Waitotara. J.P.S. 16:132.
MAKAKA I WAHOA name in a creation myth. A.H.M. 1:19, 28; 6:165.
MAKAKINO J.P.S. 54:86.
MAKA KOHATUA rock where mussels were gathered, Taranaki coast. A.H.M. 4:87.
MAKAKOTEA pa on the Ohura. Wh. 131, 132.
MAKA KAUEREA kumara. M.B. 9:55.
MAKA KAURIA kumara. M.B. 9:55.
MAKAMAKAA point on a range near Dunedin. S.D. 173.
MAKAMAKA I TUHAEA woman killed by a wife of Tinirau. A.H.M. 2:132.
MAKAMAKA I TURIRIA woman killed by a wife of Tinirau. A.H.M. 2:132.
MAKANA Tapuika Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:242. W.W. 2:21.
MAKANGA Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:63.
MAKAOA Whakatohea chief. J.P.S. 10:21.
MAKAO A TOA A Chatham Island people.J.P.S. 81:360.
MAKAO A UHA A Chatham Island people. J.P.S. 81:360.
MAKAORE Ngati Whatua tribal historian. J.P.S. 55:36. See also Mihaka Makaore.
MAKAPUAA tributary of the Rangitikei. J.P.S. 19:222.
MAKA PURUA TE TARAPIKO Ngaitahu and Ngati Toa elder. J.P.S. 54:67.
MAKARAA child of Tawhirimatea. A stream near Wellington. Place name, Wellington area.J.P.S. 8:96, 99, 118; 27:177; 64:490-491; 78:17, 31; 96:16. Trans. 1:27, 79; 2:347, 348, 397, 400; 6:242; 10:369-377, 479, 520; 14:426, 438; 17:448; 21:235, 487; 31:646; 32:64; 33:468; 34:312, 562; 40:104; 41:256; 42:428; 43:58, 72, 77, 129; 44:246-265; 48:78-86; 69:86; 80:48, 62
MAKARAKAA place at Poverty Bay near Gisborne. Place name, Poverty Bay. J.P.S. 93:354, 370.Trans. 2:34; 20:283; 29:571; 42:93-94.
MAKARA ROAA stream in Hawke's Bay. Trans. 28:498.
MAKARAUA place on the east side of Kaipara. J.P.S. 8:150; 10:84; 15:146; 30:168. VI. S. 96-97.
MAKARAURIANgati Hei Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:226.
MAKAREKAA grandson of Tu Te Porangi. J.P.S. 18:196.
MAKARETANgati Mahuta Genealogy. J.P.S. 113:24. A.H.M. 4:104.
MAKARETUA place in Hawke's Bay. Place name, Urerewa. J.P.S. 93:385 Trans. 20:299; 22:442; 23:343; 31:41; 32:351; 41:434; 43:96-520; 46:40.
MAKAREWAA river in Southland. J.P.S. 78:346, 512.Trans. 9:142, 158, 171; 14:201-203; 16:381; 17:292, 299; 42:176-179; 45:256; 46:221-245.
MAKARINgare-raumati Chief.J.P.S. 47:165.
MAKARIKAArea name, East Coast. J.P.S. 93:250, 265. see also Aorangi.
MAKARINIArihia and Makarini Memorial dining hall, Waiomatatini. Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 68:218; 108: 269-270; 119:11. W.W. 2:177.
MAKARINI TAMARAU J.P.S. 119:11, 20.
MAKAROWard Island in Wellington Harbour. A daughter of Kupe. Son of Ruawharo.J.P.S. 8:223; 10:154; 13:8; 16:157,165; 22:125; 23:177; 26:144-147,154,161; 27:63, 64, 67, 104, 105, 166; 35:73, 93, 109-110, 188; 36:261, 265, 267, 275, 277; 37:70; 57:43; 66:218, 234. A.H.M. 3:64, 72, 106. M.B. 4:179; 7:273; 8:123,124. Trans. 48:454. W.W. 2:44-45, 61.
MAKARORAA stream in Canterbury. J.P.S. 28:180; 29:197; 78:353; 91:61, 64-66, 70, 73, 79. Trans. 3:258, 259; 15:406; 17:299; 39:77; 44:51, 54; 48:138, 140.
MAKAROREA river West Coast South Island. J.P.S. 19:119, 121, 224.
MAKARORIRocks on the beach near Gisborne. Trans. 13:409.
MAKAROROHead waters of Waipawa, Hawke's Bay. Trans. 42:106.
MAKA TAHA HAPAA chief of Ngati Whiti. Trans. 42:90.
MAKATATAA son of Takoto wai. W.W. 1:159. M.B. 10:104.
MAKA TAWHIOA Ngati Mamoe chief. J.P.S. 14:194,195; 31:142.
MAKATEA Island in the Society group. J.P.S. 43:176; 54:219; 70:12, 14, 452-453, 456.
MAKATI 1842 place name, southern South Island. J.P.S. 78:370.
MAKATITITuhoe Genealogy. Progenitor of Sands and Gravel. J.P.S. 23:Genealogy 5; 36:291; 67:63. W.W. 1:150. M.B. 9:126; 10:104.
MAKA TOKUA place in Hawke's Bay. Trans. 16:89, 98, 100, 105, 106; 17:92,124; 18:178,182; 20:89, 96,105; 21:177, 183; 45:42; 47:227-243.
MAKA TOTEA tributary of the Whanganui. Trans. 43:182, 238; 44:410-411, 423, 440; 45:117, 134, 140, 144.
MAKATUA Ngati Mamoe chief. J.P.S. 25:64; 31:134.
MAKA TU O RANGINgai Tara Genealogy. J.P.S. 27:55.
MAKA TU ROAJ.P.S. 2:242.
MAKAUA Whakatohea chief. Place name, Manukau Harbour. J.P.S. 47:127; 67:63.A.H.M. 5:209, 210.
MAKAUA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:63.
MAKAUEA chief of Tahiti. J.P.S. 11
MAKAU RANGIA man killed near Waihi. A.H.M. 5:36.
MAKAU RAUA place near Helensville. J.P.S. 27:221; 34:279; 96:435.
MAKAURIA name in a song. A place in Poverty Bay. J.P.S. 15:185, 186; 55:14; 65:187. P.M. 115. Trans. 15:446; 29:568-571.
MAKAWAOne of the crew of Horouta. J.P.S. 1:231; 39:372; 99:311. M.B. 9:98.
MAKAWEAn Arawa god. A daughter of Hau moe warangi. J.P.S. 2:27; 6:56; 10:18; 11:64; 12:196; 14:118; 15:37; 20:80, 96-99; 76:316; 106:336-337. M.B. 9:56; 10:86,139. Trans. 32:365; 38:162,182.
MAKAWERAU Fortified village near Mohaka. J.P.S. 37:189, 210; 103:120, 144.
MAKAWE ROA Maruiwi Genealogy. Sister of Mahu. J.P.S. 24:36, 49; 33:210; 35:73, 79-81, 84-85, 91, 96-98, 101-102, 108-109. W.W. 2:258, 272.
MAKAWE TAUPO Inland Patea Genealogy. J.P.S. 59:73.
MAKAWE URU RANGIOne of the crew of Horouta. A.H.M. 3:94.
MAKA WHIOA place in South Westland. J.P.S. 19:119. M.B. 4:32.
MAKA WHIUA canoe that belonged to Ngai Tahu. Pouri's canoe.J.P.S. 10:134,143; 13:160; 28:222; 102:69 A.H.M. 3:207, 210, 214, 250. Trans. 10:85.
MAKAWHIUA A canoe. J.P.S. 55:223-224.
MAKE Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:63.
MAKEA A chief of Rarotonga.J.P.S. 36:123-124.
MAKEA TUTARAFather of Maui. J.P.S. 11:48; 53:194; 84:Mem 40:46; 97:332. A.H.M. 2:98,107. P.M. 6, 17, 30. Ika. 122,124. Trans. 19:496; 20:309.
MAKEA TUUTARA J.P.S. 94:121.
MAKEHANAA chief of Karaka tonga. J.P.S. 17:112.
MAKEHU Ngati Pariri Genealogy. J.P.S. 55:75.
MAKEHUAA man killed by Taikehu at Tauwhare matau. J.P.S. 19:99. Wh. 68.
MAKEI Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:63.
MAKENA Grey's Waikato informant. J.P.S. 99:7, 148-149, 154-155, 170-171, 174-175.
MAKEO Hill fortress of Tutamure.J.P.S. 93:5-6, 9, 28-29.
MAKEREA Ngai Tahu chief. J.P.S. 10:92, 98,157; 17:170, 171, 175; 19:54, 115; 37:366; 55:43-44, 46.
MAKERE RUAA Ngati Apa chief. Trans. 42:107.
MAKERETI Tribal historian. J.P.S. 66:178-180; 78:453, 458, 464-467, 472-474, 481.
MAKERE TUNgati Ira Genealogy. J.P.S. 10:145; 55:14; 72:221, 227.
MAKERE WHATU J.P.S. 35:212, 217.A.H.M. 1:87, 126.Another name for Whatitiri.
MAKERETI Arawa chieftainess; aka Maggie Papakura. J.P.S. 84:343, 347; 92:55, 90.
MAKEROJ.P.S. 10:110. See also Makaro.
MAKEROA Placename, Chatham Islands. J.P.S. 64:372, 380, 424, 429, Plate J.
MAKERONIA J.P.S. 113:79-81, 85.
MAKE TAUAA chief of Karaka tonga. J.P.S. 17:112.
MAKE TAWAA stream in Taranaki. J.P.S. 17:140.
MAKETU A pa in the Bay of Plenty. Plcae name. A Whanganui chief killed at Whanganui in 1847. J.P.S. 1:213, 221; 2:44, 49, 109, 223-230, 235-250; 3:48, 200, 204; 7:193; 8:215, 242; 9:47, 54, 70, 80, 87, 102, 123; 11:40, 153, 254; 12:60, 61, 128, 174; 13:41, 49, 50, 61, 247; 14:70, 85, 98; 15:165; 16:24-26; 23:15, 16; 24:54, 55; 25:104, 107, 153; 27:41; 28:13; 32:121-123,127; 33:130,131; 34:294-299, 306; 35:189, 212-213, 216-217, 222; 36:134; 37:176, 187, 195, 208; 39:351; 42:Mem 10:239; 47:171; 52:50, 63; 56:325, 328-329, 332; 58:65, 73; 60:85; 61:170; 75:206; 64:185; 65:214-215; 68:150; 69:358; 71:295, 364, 368, 370-373, 375-377; 74:227; 78:28, 93, 254-255, 407, 535;79:371-372, 406, 409; 85:499, 503; 87:246, 250; 88:210; 94:99, 106-107, 109, 116, 120, 133-135, 138-139, 141, 145-146, 152; 92:52, 68-70; 98:164; 99:8, 18-29, 32-33, 36-39, 52, 54, 128-131, 133, 135, 142-149, 150-151, 156-161, 166-167, 174-175, 375, 393; 106:352, 355; 112:341; 114:147; 116:10-11. A.H.M. 2:186; 3:140; 4:56, 76, 203; 5:6, 28, 95, 185, 186, 199, 205, 225-240, 247, 248; 6:154, 162. P.M. 75, 76, 93, 100. S.T. 2:12, 16-22, 35.137, 147, 148, 168, 178, 179, 231, 240, 267, 302, 304. S.M. 65, 68, 73-76, 83-87, 98, 99. S.D. 73, 134. Wh. 168, 187, 233, 268, 281, 298, 302, 318. Ika. 204, 247-251, 263, 267, 383, 557, 577. M.B. 3:11, 29; 4:188; 5:20, 34, 293, 294; 7:14, 277, 281; 8:90; 9:37, 105; 10:171. Trans.1F:4, 5; 1G:76; 2:82; 3:3; 4:6,7, 56, 172; 5:80, 323, 341, 345, 428; 9:4, 7; 10:199, 206; 13:49, 407; 14:46; 15:435-438; 19:233, 345-351, 538; 22: 506; 24:592; 25:168, 169, 406; 26:450; 27: 674; 28:39, 40; 33:6, 478; 34:57, 343, 353, 574; 36:152; 37:262, 394; 38:121-126, 173; 39:249; 40:84; 44:392; 45:142, 360; 48:436, 456. VI. S. 30, 31, 47. W.W. 2:82, 89-90, 96, 102, 113-114, 119, 126, 135-136, 261-262, 277-278.
MAKE TUHIA chief of Karaka tonga. Ngati Whatua genealogy. J.P.S. 17:112; 47:opp 176
MAKETUTIA J.P.S. 99:38-39.
MAKEWE Ngati Whatua Genealogy. J.P.S. 99:311.
MAKIA chief of the Kawerau. Taranaki Genealogy. J.P.S. 18:49; 27:89, 219, 221; 34:21; 67:63; 99:132-135, 174-175. A.H.M. 5:72. Trans. 28:41, 43. VI. S. 35, 70, 74, 83, 94.
MAKIHOIA place near Turanga. J.P.S.13:77. A.H.M. 3:135,155. Trans. 13:43.
MAKIKIA name in a chant. A.H.M. 1:150.
MAKIKIHIA stream in Canterbury. Trans. 39:209, 211.
MAKIKINO 
MAKINOWaitaha Genealogy. A stream in Taranaki. J.P.S. 1:222; 2:229, 244-246; 3:48; 5:234, 235; 18:29.
MAKI NUIJ.P.S. 27:86, 221; 60:89. See also Maki.
MAKIRINgati Toa Genealogy. J.P.S. 32:231, 235; 55:43, 45. A.H.M. 3:171; 4:63, 69.
MAKIRIKIRIA stream tributary to the Upoko ngaro. J.P.S. 31:116; 82:345. Wh. 324.
MAKI TAHANorth Auckland Genealogy. J.P.S. 18:86.
MAKITIA Ngai Te Rangi chief. J.P.S. 32:125.
MAKIWHARAA Ngati Tai chief. J.P.S. 30:252; 31:190.
MAKORakaihautu Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:204; 24:105; 27:167; 32:110; 112:348-349. M.B. 105.
MAKOARE A Hokianga chief. J.P.S. 18:86, 96. W.W. 2:172.
MAKOENEA grandson of Pa moana of Whanganui. Wh. 59.
MAKOHINEA tributary of the Rangitikei. M.B. 7:134. Trans. 38:500; 42:89, 94, 113.
MAKOHURANGI Personal name. Abbreviated form of the name of the Mist Maid. J.P.S. 37:227; 38:51.
MAKOIA A pa on the banks of the Tamaki River. J.P.S. 88:203. See also Mokoia.
MAKO I RANGIAncestor of the Fairies. J.P.S. 14:114, 116. M.B. 10:45.
MAKOKOSouth Island Genealogy. Trans. 10:88.
MAKOKOTIA place on the Whanganui. Pa near Reretaruke. J.P.S. 8:229; 18:37, 166; 35:223; 38:163. M.B. 6:122.
MAKOMAKOA place near Aotea harbour. J.P.S. 18:54.
MAKONGAI A leper colony.J.P.S. 39:287.
MAKONOKahungunu Genealogy. J.P.S. 14:71.
MAKOO Tahupotiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 55:234 Genealogy.
MAKORAA pa on the south bank of Whangape. J.P.S. 4:186; 111:324-325.
MAKORAKOA peak on the Kaimanawa range. J.P.S. 25:112. Trans. 47:68, 70.
MAKORAU Ngati Pariri Genealogy.J.P.S. 55:49.
MA KORE A TE AO MARAMA.A name in the story of the separation of Rangi and papa. A.H.M. 1:47.
MA KOREKORE TE AOA name in the story of the separation of Rangi and Papa. A.H.M. 1:47.
MA KOREKORE TE POA name in the story of the separation of Rangi and Papa. A.H.M. 1:47.
MAKOROA daughter of Kupe. East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 5:10; 6:183; 55:165. Ika. 258. See also Makaro.
MAKOROINGOW.W. 2:172.
MAKOROKIO A stream near Levin. J.P.S. 59:6, 10, 28, 33.
MAKOTAKITA 1842 place name, southern South Island. J.P.S. 78:370.
MAKO TITITapuika Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:222.
MAKOTUKUA stream in Hawke's Bay. Trans. 46:345. M.B. 4:241.
MAKOTUKUTUKU A river on the eastern side of Palliser Bay. J.P.S. 64:450, 454, 458, 460-466, 468, 478-479; 90:558.
MAKUAn ancestor of Toi. A woman on the Takitimu. J.P.S. 1:217, 224; 7:112; 8:55, 10:11; 12:172; 16:134, 150, 166; 27:159; 35:70; 49:167; 54:88. A.H.M. 1:11, 18, 51; 3:92; 6:165. S.T. 56. M.B. 7:292; 10:38. Trans. 30:33; 37:122-124.
MAKUI KARAJ.P.S. 32:43. See also Makiwhara.
MAKU KARAA pa west of Oruanui, Taupo. J.P.S. 9:138, 141. A.H.M. 5:182.
MAKUKU Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 54:164; 67:63.
MAKURAA place near Omihi. South Island. J.P.S. 3:107-109; 39:83; 53:110 Genealogy.
MAKURA ARIKINgati Ruanui Genealogy. J.P.S. 19:91. P.M. 115.
MAKU RATAA Tuhoe woman. J.P.S. 9:179; 11:138; 36:287, 289; 55:13.
MAKURE RUAOne of the swamps in lower Manawatu. A Ngati Mamoe village at Rimurapa. J.P.S. 26:166; 27:7, 175; 72:27-30. Trans. 2:201.
MAKURITrans. 25:66-70; 32:351; 39:504-508; 43:234, 236; 46:4.
MAKURU RANGIA kumara. M.B. 9:55.
MAKURU TE HAUMythological Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:143.
MAKURU TE HUA NONOMamaru Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:12.
MAKUTUTuhoe Genealogy. A kumara. J.P.S. 6:62; 30:173, 184; 35:61; 63:147; 103:146, 148. M.B. 9:55.
MAMAA chief of Ngati Maniapoto. A name in a song. J.P.S. 2:52-54; 13:240; 18:78, 115-119; 19:16, 3; 43:265; 68:269. A.H.M. 5:114; 6:3, 21, 22. Trans. 5:58.
MAMAE KIRIPA Follower of Rua.J.P.S. 92:380.
MAMAE PUKEA hill in the Thames district. Trans. 16:385, 386; 17:277.
MAMAE RANGITuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:56; 22:Genealogy 1; 23:53.
MAMAHI NUKUAn ancient spade. J.P.S. 30:41.
MAMAHI RANGIAn ancient spade. J.P.S. 30:41.
MAMAHU Inland Patea Genealogy. J.P.S. 59:64 Genealogy.
MAMAKUOne of the leaders of the attack on Whanganui 1847. A chief of Ngati Rangi. A son of Toi of Takitimu. J.P.S. 19:112; 37:225; 42:312, 319; 64:131; 65:54 Genealogy XI; 66:251; 68:264; 78:189; 91:528, 530; 113:76, 79, 81. A.H.M. 1:59, 60; 3:72; 6:45. Wh. 233, 293-316. Ika. 193, 553-561. M.B. 9:126. Trans. 5:92; 26:427.
MAMANGAOI ATUAAn island in the Pacific. VI. S. 19.
MAMANGI Rahiri genealogy. J.P.S. 47:opp 176.
MAMANGUEast Coast Genealogy. Name of a poet. J.P.S. 4:23, 182; 17:20, 117.
MAMAOEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:212.
MAMA O RONGOOne of the crew of Tainui. A.H.M. 5:11.
MAMARI A North Auckland canoe. J.P.S. 1:216; 2:231, 248; 3:71; 7:199; 12:123; 16:164, 217; 23:205; 49:223-225,234; 50:105, 167; 66:6; 78:8; 90:563; 99:311; 103:79; 111:322, 325. A.H.M. 1:vii. S.T. 24. Ika. 291. M.B. 7:278, 282. VI. S. 11, 15-25, 30. W.W. 2:194, 213.
MAMARU South Island.Genealogy. A North Auckland canoe. One of the family of Rangi. J.P.S. 1:.218; 3:9-14; 18:119; 27:151, 156; 38:52, 218; 39:320; 55:232, 233. W.W. 1:118, 153; 2:172. M.B. 10:44, 48, 64, 70. VI. S. 12.
MAMARU O TE RANGI W.W. 2:172. See Mamaru?
MAMA TE KANAWAA Waikato chief. Trans. 37:154.
MAMAUAKanawa Genealogy. J.P.S. 43:103.A.H.M. 6:263.
MAMA URU AHUA name in a song. J.P.S. 18:66.
MAMI Wife of Rua. J.P.S. 93:360. see also Pinepine.
MAMOAA chief of the Moriori people. Trans. 9:18; 10:65.
MAMOE One of the aboriginal tribes. A man who was supposed to chase a kahawai through Cook's straits. J.P.S. 2:280; 15:28; 25:176; 27:18; 28:12; 31:112; 36:367-368; 37:192, 213, 221, 225. A.H.M. 3:165, 197. Wh. 4. M.B. 7:275. Trans. 10:65; 48:438. W.W. 2:75-76.
MAMOE NUIA stream on the Waiouru-Tokaanu road. Trans. 26:497.
MANA An island in Cook's straits. A name in a song. J.P.S. 7:38-40; 10:110, 148; 13:8; 16:159; 18:171, 172; 20:25; 22:126, 215; 23:13; 26:148; 154-161; 27:2, 103; 32:123; 35:74, 160, 188; 38:292; 39:9; 67:68; 79:30; 105:273, 428, 436; 103:157. A.H.M. 5:168; 6:36, 42, 144. S.D. 191. Ika. 259, 622. M.B. 6:16; 7:273. Trans. 1E:18; 2:160; 3:131; 5:90; 30:35; 46:56; 48:430. W.W. 2:45-47, 61, 94, 118, 124, 133.
MANAAIITI Female personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:63.
MANAAKITANGABlessing: one of Te Ua's names. J.P.S. 101:30.
MANAAKI WHENUALandcare Research. J.P.S. 105:284.
MANA A PAIHAUA son of Paihau. J.P.S. 5:158, 166.
MANAHA East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 5:7. W.W. 2:172.
MANAHAKIA boy killed and eaten by his father. Wh. 52.
MANAHIMaui potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:180; 55:17, 24.
MANAHI PAEWAI A tribal historian.J.P.S. 103:117.
MANAHUAPeople destroyed by Nga Toro i rangi. J.P.S. 94:120, 134-135, 138-140, 144.P.M. 85, 93. Trans. 15:438.
MANAHUNEA people in Tahiti. J.P.S. 16:210; 66:262; 68:30.
MANAHUNEI South Canterbury name for a spirit race that has relations with human beings. J.P.S. 51:226.
MANAIAChief of Tokomaru canoe. A town in Taranaki. J.P.S. 1:212, 227; 2:239; 5:114, 115; 8:204; 9:5; 10:118; 11:14, 34, 70, 160, 254-256; 12:51, 52, 173; 15:32, 40, 177; 16:151, 189, 209-214; 17:7, 179; 19:71, 73; 21:34; 22:211, 218; 23:9-15, 77, 78, 82, 180; 24:26, 53, 87, 91; 26:121; 27:85; 28:154; 29:39; 32:40, 244; 35:74, 211-218, 220-222, 247; 36:131-132, 135, 263, 283, 296; 37:373; 38:172; 41:48; 42:190; 46:38, 116-118; 47:52; 55:235 Genealogy; 61:49, 53; 64:196; 66:269; 68:273-274; 71:306; 75:180, 182, 186; 78:412-413; 88:384, 387, 391; 94:122, 129, 139, 144, 152; 95:528; 102:67-68; 103:163, 166, 168; 107:385; 109:364. W.W. 1:81; 2:74, 89, 92-93, 96, 113, 120-126, 129-136, 146-147, 156-157, 162, 260, 276.P. 66, 76. Wh. 272. Ika. 14, 248-252, 263, 264, 276, 277, 290. A.H.M. 2:186, 187; 3:220-222, 266; 5:96, 106, 110. P.M. 63, 69, 83, 89-93, 117, 123. S.T. 26, 27. M.B. 6:259; 7:274, 278; 10:127, 131, 142, 146, 168. Trans. 1:61, 141; 1E:26; 1F:6; 1G:55; 4:57, 60, 267; 5:41; 7:91, 92; 9:526; 10:154; 15:436-438; 21:232, 281; 25:19, 38; 26:32, 349; 31:586; 34:90, 222; 40:88; 41:160, 178, 195, 201, 210; 48:450, 451, 456. VI. S. 62.
MANAIA UANUKU Younger brother of Manaia.J.P.S. 35:216, 222.
MANAIA UARANGI Younger brother of Manaia. J.P.S. 35:216, 222.
MANAIA UATAHA Younger brother of Manaia. J.P.S. 35:216, 222.
MANA I TE RANGIA Tuhoe woman. J.P.S. 12:201.
MANAITI Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:63.
MANAKAUA pa near Otaki. J.P.S. 40:101; 46:65, 73; 59:5, 21; 64:419, 492; 78:393; 86:318; 89:86. Trans.25:73.
MANAKI AOToi Genealogy. J.P.S. 12:56.
MANAKIHAU Ngati Pariri ancestor. Kupe Genealogy. J.P.S. 55:50, 72, 77, 79 Genealogy.
MANAKOCosmology. Genealogy. M.B. 10:32, 40.
MANAKOARANGI Descendant of Ngaki. J.P.S. 79:84.
MANAKOREC Male personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:63.
MANAKO TEAA star. J.P.S. 19:99. A.H.M. 1:52, 149.
MANAKO URIA star. J.P.S. 19:99. A.H.M. 1:52, 149, 285, 291. Trans. 45:382.
MANA MOTUHAKEPolitical movement. J.P.S. 92:61, 72, 78, 81-82, 350; 93:278-281, 292-293, 380; 101:8, 11, 31; 105:346; 106:191-192; 119:11.
MANANAA Ngati Porou. M.B. 9:93.
MANANA A TIUHIA place near Maunga pohatu. J.P.S. 11:162; 23:49, 95, 98. Trans. 30:34.
MANANAKINgati Toa Genealogy. J.P.S. 65:54 Genealogy IX.A.H.M. 4:73, 99.
MANANGA NUI O OKU WAEWAEA son of Whaki tapui. Wh. 35.
MANA NUIA son of Kahutu miki. J.P.S. 29:204, 205; 45:6; 61:143; 114:140. Wh. 18. A.H.M. 6:227, 235.
MANANUI A PAIHAUWhanganui Genealogy. Wh. 37, 40 Genealogy, 49-51, 65, 68, 80.
MANANUI A PAPARANGI Pa east of Taumaranui, aka Mananui. J.P.S. 45:6.
MANAO Mountain in the Kaimai range. J.P.S. 99:134-135, 174-175.
MANA O KUPEMana island in Cooks strait. J.P.S. 23:177. See also Mana.
MANA O KUPE KI AOTEAROAMana Island. W.W. 2:118 See Mana o Kupe
MANA O RONGOA place in the Whakatane valley. J.P.S. 9:210, 229; 11:157; 23:41. M.B. 8:26. Trans. 34:62.
MANA O TAWHAKINgati Apa Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:230; 55:77. Trans. 42:110.
MANAOTERANGI Mahanga/Tamainupo-Tuteiwi genealogies.J.P.S. 65:54 Genealogies X &XI.
MANA O TONGAEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 5:8.
MANA O TURANGA Meeting house, Whakato marae. J.P.S. 105:15, 18, 21, 25; 117:170.
MANAPAUName of a tree in the story of Maui. A.H.M. 2:97.
MANA POURI A lake in Westland, in the South Island.J.P.S. 14:46, 163, 193-196; 21:178; 25:61, 62; 41:241; 61:284; 78:13, 178, 203-204, 347-348, 359, 498, 513; 80:44, 50, 53, 67-68, 176; 91:54, 59, 62, 64-67, 70, 72-75, 77, 79. Trans. 3:254, 260; 8:129; 17:176, 189; 22:298, 444; 23:116; 24:94, 493; 25:89, 492; 31:460, 675, 676; 32:174; 36:193-197; 37:233-256; 38:337, 338; 39:497; 40:283; 43:380, 462, 463, 478; 45:256; 46:241. W.W. 2:241.
MANA ROAA place in Pelorus Sound. Trans. 31:486, 733.
MANA TARUKEWhanganui Genealogy. Wh. 40 Genealogy.
MANA TE PAA pa in the Ruatahuna pa. J.P.S. 11:74, 154; 12:217. M.B. 8:26. Trans. 34:62; 36:53; 38:157, 174, 195.
MANATU MAORI J.P.S. 118:116-117, 119, 123-125, 128, 130, 132
MANATUA name in an old chant. J.P.S. 3:155-157; 16:167; 33:97; 47:52.
MANA TUREA chief on the Chathams. J.P.S. 2:84.
MANAUEAMythological Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:143; 64:372, 420, 425, 427, 429, Plate S; 89:86.
MANAWANgai Tai Genealogy. An ancestor of Ngati Manawa. A South Island. chief. A child of Mahuika. Rangitane genealogy. J.P.S. 1:153; 3:15; 7:40; 8:99; 10:143; 11:15, 16, 37, 48; 15:146; 18:86; 24:136, 137; 25:9, 13; 28:46; 29:191, 192; 30:256; 33:94; 35:321; 37:22; 38:269; 43:Mem 10:282; 56:176; 67:67; 79:84; 91:55; 102:60; 118:321. A.H.M. 1:8; 3:204, 205, 210, 234-249, 261, 297-301. S.T. 311. S.D. 94 Table G, 100, 101. Trans. 10:59, 70-74, 78-82, 88 Genealogy, 90; 28:39; 31:24, 653; 33:470; 36:37; 39:152; 39:169; 42:475.
MANAWA HIWIA place near Te Whaiti. J.P.S. 11:227. Trans. 38:227.
MANAWAIHA Second wife of Rakaiwhakaata.J.P.S. 55:234-234 Genealogy.
MANAWA ITIA Bay of plenty tribe. Trans. 1F:3.
MANAWA I WAHOA South Island. chief. J.P.S. 21:175; 25:9, 13.
MANAWA KAHIKATOAA name in an oriori. J.P.S. 15:10.
MANAWA KAITU Daughter of Tauwharangi J.P.S. 37:189, 210.
MANAWA KARIOIA place near Island Bay. J.P.S. 27:175.
MANAWA KAWATangata whenua Genealogy. Hawke's Bay Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:279; 13:157, 290; 15:84-89; 24:123; 25:84, 85. A.H.M. 6:210. Trans. 12:126; 15:457, 458.
MANAWA KOTOKOTONgati Manawa Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:205; 3:200, 204; 22:Genealogy 1; 23:Genealogies 6 & 7. Trans. 34:36.
MANAWAKU East Coast Genealogy. Ngai Tahu Genealogy. J.P.S. 54:164.
MANAWAKUPAKUPA Harbour, Rangitoto, D'Urville Island. J.P.S.69:255, 261.
MANAWAMARURUThe Third wife of Rakaiwhakaata.J.P.S. 55:234-234 Genealogy.
MANAWA NGATA KOREThe carved prow of Kahu Mau roa. J.P.S. 33:133.
MANAWA NUIPaerangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:244.
MANAWA OHOTuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 22:Genealogy 1; 23:Genealogy 6. Trans. 34:36.
MANAWA ORAA bay in the Bay of Islands.J.P.S. 42:89, 90, opp 96 Fig 13; 47:21 opp 24 plate2, opp 172; 63:244; 111:45. Trans. 10:520, 551; 11:73; 15:422.
MANAWA POHATUA Bay of Plenty hapu. Trans. 1F:3.
MANAWA POPORETrans. 38:115. See also Mana pouri.
MANAWA POREJ.P.S. 14:46. Trans. 38:115. See also Mana pouri.
MANAWA POUEast Coast Genealogy. A pa in Taranaki. Place name, Taranaki.J.P.S. 3:212; 7:191; 10:197; 16:207; 80:137. Ika. 344, 459. Trans. 42:180, 182.
MANAWA POURITrans. 38:115. See also Mana pouri.
MANAWARANGI East Coast Genealogy. Ngai Tahu Genealogy.J.P.S. 54:164.
MANAWA REKAA name in a proverb. P. 9. Trans. 12:126.
MANAWA RERETuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 22:Genealogy 1; 23:Genealogy 6. Trans. 34:36.
MANAWA ROAA woman on Horouta. Rongo kako Genealogy. J.P.S. 59:64-64 Genealogy. A.H.M. 3:67, 94; 6:174-180, 188, 190, 214-217, 236.
MANAWA ROA TE AWEAWE Inland Patea Genealogy.J.P.S. 59:74.
MANAWA RUA hill near Ruatahuna named after a place near Whangara. J.P.S. 9:113, 114; 11:63, 228; 15:185, 186; 30:42. A.H.M. 3:69. M.B. 10:177.
MANAWA RURUKUA place of land at the head waters of the Mohaka. J.P.S. 25:112.
MANAWA TAKITUMamaru Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:11; 24:133; 31:193; 55:234-234 Genealogy. S.D. 94 Table G.
MANAWATAKOTO Wife of Rangitihi: Arawa genealogy. J.P.S. 65:224.
MANAWA TANEAn incantation. A.H.M. 1:65. P.M. 46.
MANAWA TAWHIThe Three Kings. J.P.S. 13:49; 27:223; 43:Mem 10: 282, 304; 67:187. Trans. 20:146.
MANAWA TINAA wife of Tahu. A wife of Paikea. J.P.S. 15:75. A.H.M. 3:28, 33. Trans. 14:24.
MANAWA TINIA wife of Paikea. J.P.S. 1:225; 3:214; 4:19; 103:120, 146.
MANAWA TOANgati Manawa Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:205; 23:Genealogy 7.
MANAWA TUA river and district. West Coast, North Island. Rangitane ancestor. J.P.S. 2:87; 3:52; 8:221; 9:65, 74, 88, 156, 227; 10:112, 131, 134, 162; 14:133, 134; 15:71, 72, 86, 90, 146, 191; 16:20, 121, 127, 132; 17:46, 52; 18:101, 132, 134, 158, 170,183, 185; 19:15, 57, 110, 124, 132; 22:215, Genealogy 1; 23:Genealogy 6; 25:1, 4, 43, 87; 27:2, 15; 31:68; 36:272, 281; 50:232; 53:110 Genealogy; 55:15-17, 41, 153; 59:32, 70, 75, 374; 61:311; 67:53, 166, 168, 333; 68:249; 69:387; 72:27, 221; 78:393; 101:221; 102:17, 41, 43, 45, 54; 105:363; 108:365; 112:364; 118:234. A.H.M. 2:188; 3:145, 164, 165; 4:22; 6:15, 16, 28, 33-36, 46, 50, 63, 65-75, 81, 92, 93, 98, 101, 231. Wh. 4, 44, 117, 139, 142, 172, 300. Ika. 280, 307, 309, 354, 411, 458, 528. M.B. 4:161. Trans. 1C:16, 19; 1E:4, 14,18-22; 1G:69, 11, 160, 198-202, 343-352, 358, 359; 3:30, 32, 44; 5:.49, 60-65, 68-76; 6:291; 7:449, 451; 8:197, 371, 374; 9:337, 592, 593; 10:219, 477; 11:351, 363, 370-375; 12:5, 361, 366, 418; 13:121, 401; 14:185, 189, 281, 331, 337-341, 438-442, 462; 15:386; 16:191, 204, 322; 17:243, 245, 443; 18:130, 258, 328, 336, 376; 19:274, 296, 385; 20:297, 300; 21: 237, 486; 22:72-74, 107, 463, 488, 531; 23:52, 341, 342; 24:159, 388, 391; 25:62, 74, 350, 403, 426-428, 526, 530; 26:320, 393, 394, 572, 574, 655; 27:125, 138, 144, 224, 461, 476, 598, 599, 671, 687; 28:, 87, 88, 349, 353, 678, 735; 29:217, 219, 232; 30:530; 31:33, 38, 472, 554; 32:180, 347, 348, 351; 33:242, 343; 34:36, 206; 35:254; 37:331, 627; 38:1-11, 610; 40:290, 298, 491; 41:399-403; 42:75, 77, 81, 89, 94-106, 110, 113, 575, 578; 43:226, 238, 469, 510-515; 45:211, 373, 374; 46:40, 46, 345. W.W. 2:94, 118.
MANAWA TUU A river and district, West Coast, North Island.J.P.S. 68:268-270. See also Manawatu.
MANAWA UHANgati Manawa Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:205.
MANAWA URATaranaki Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:219.
MANAWA WERA J.P.S. 119:15.
MANEANgati Toa Genealogy. A.H.M. 4:71.
MANENEA.H.M. 5:247.
MANEWAA wife of Awa nui a rangi. J.P.S. 1:226.
MANGAA chief of Ngapuhi. One of Rewi Maniapoto's names.J.P.S. 9:53, 66, 75, 79; 18:86; 48:131; 51:20 Genealogy.
MANGA AITU ROAA tributary of the Whangaehu. Trans. 4:130, 131.
MANGAAKUTA Place name, Wairarapa. J.P.S. 102:40, 61.
MANGAARUHE River north of Wairoa. J.P.S. 35:159.
MANGA ATUAA chief of Arai-te-uru canoe. A.H.M. 2:179.
MANGA EHUA stream in Taranaki. A pa near Puraroto cave, Whanganui. J.P.S. 16:131. Wh. 122.
MANGAHANEAMarae, Ruatoria.J.P.S. 56:179; 87:118;108:269.
MANGA HAOA tributary of the Manawatu. Trans. 2:200, 202; 39:248, 504, 505; 40:494.
MANGA HARAKEKEA valley in the Waikate country. J.P.S. 24:26, 28; 70:231. Trans. 21:408.
MANGA HARURUA stream in Hawke's Bay. Trans. 18:341, 343; 27:456; 28:679.
MANGAHAUINI A creek at Tokomaru Bay. J.P.S. 59:345.
MANGAHAWEA Bay, Moturua Island.J.P.S. 42:84-86, opp 96 Fig 10; 47:opp 172.
MANGA HEIAA.H.M. 3:157.
MANGAHIA Prehistoric pa site in the Waikato area. J.P.S. 81:215.
MANGA HINAHINAA name in a song. M.B. 8:122.
MANGA HINAUA tributary of Rua-mahanga. Trans. 2:203.
MANGA HONEA tributary of the Tutaekuri. Trans. 21:314.
MANGA HUIHUIA tributary of the Whangaehu. Trans. 4:131.
MANGA HURU J.P.S. 24:56. W.W. 2:263, 278.
MANGAHURUHURU Kahungunu Genealogy.J.P.S. 55:165.
MANGAIA Ngapuhi chief. Mouthpiece: religious leader, J.P.S. 10:46; 92:85. see also Ratana.
MANGAIAAn island in the Cook Islands. J.P.S. 1:215; 2:11, 146; 5:2; 7:181, 186; 10:187, 188; 11:253, 255; 12:121, 125, 128, 168, 172; 13:264; 16:198, 199; 17:40; 19:89; 31:56; 36:131, 134, 331-332; 39:14, 17, 19, 23, 225, 343, 385; 40:85; 41:170; 42:Mem 10:155, 205-206; 308, Mem 15:3, 10, 16; 43:120, 216, 218, 223, 262, 282, Mem 10:302-303; 44:155;47:158; 49:13; 51:130, 195-196, 198, 225; 52:14, 215; 54:83-84, 219; 55:124, 134-139, 148, 215-217, 247; 56:195; 58:8, 17-18, 123; 59:339; 60:90; 64:181, 187, 188, 189, 208, 354; 66:28-30, 61; 68:14-15, 255-257; 70:2-4, 8, 12, 148, 164, 171, 173, 453, 461-462; 71:Mem 34:68, 106, 118, 122-123, 130, 133, 135; 72:45, 50, 394; 78:119; 80: 371-378, 486-488, 490-492, 492; 82:248; 91:25; 98:338; 104:116-120, 122-124; 109:384; 110:31, 33-34, 36, 41, 43, 45, 52-55. Trans. 19:491, 501; 20:369, 376, 389; 21:448; 22:90; 24:551; 25:19; 30:51, 55, 60; 32:291; 38:132; 48:451. M.B. 3:63, 99; 7:283; 10:109-113, 220. VI. S. 52, 56.
MANGAI HINAHINAA name in a song. J.P.S. 13:159. See also Manga-hinahina.
MANGA IKAEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:180.
MANGA I NUKUA name in a song. A.H.M. 5:5.
MANGAIOA name in a lament. A tributary of the Whanganui. J.P.S. 14:156; 31:116; 82:345-346. Trans. 42:346; 43:176, 177.
MANGA I PAPAA name in a song. A.H.M. 5:5.
MANGA I RANGIA name in a song. A.H.M. 5:5.
MANGA I TE TAHUAA name in a song. A.H.M. 5:5.
MANGA ITIA kainga at Whangaroa. A stream at Waitara. J.P.S. 3:237; 17:174, 175; 67:63.
MANGAKAAHUChief of Motu-poi Pa, Lake Roto-a-ira. J.P.S. 69:opp187.see also Maatua-ahu.
MANGA KAHANEAA place near East Cape. J.P.S. 6:85.
MANGA KAHIAA river running into the Wairoa. J.P.S. 9:9; 10:27, 28; 13:42, 44, 63, 71; 30:244; 31:61; 49:601; 85:497, 501; 116:22. A.H.M. 6:254. Trans. 10:151; 27:145. VI. S. 29, 36-38.
MANGA KAHIKATOA A stream.J.P.S. 55:144.
MANGA KAKAHOOne of the sources of the Whakatane. J.P.S. 22:156. Trans. 42:456.
MANGA KAHUA tributary of the Ongarue. J.P.S. 16:130.
MANGA KARAKAIhenga Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:247.
MANGA KARETUA block of land at Putaruru. Trans. 24:594.
MANGA KAWAA place near Matamata, Waikato. Trans. 5:37.
MANGAKAWARE Pa site and lake, Waikato.J.P.S. 81:197, 207-215, 228, 233; 83:144; 89:77; 96:17; 101:243, 275, 277, 286; 105:442, 453.
MANGA KINOA place in the Mokau country. J.P.S. 22:201; 25:162; 61:162, 165, 170; 68:2; 105:269 W.W. 2:83, 102.
MANGA KIRIKIRIA stream at Ruatahuna. J.P.S. 12:154.
MANGAKOHEKOHE J.P.S. 114:15.
MANGA KOTAHAA tributary of the Waihou. Trans. 24:596-601.
MANGA KO TUKETUKEA tributary of the Whanganui. Trans. 20:320.
MANGA KOWHAIA stream near Whaingaroa. J.P.S. 18:58.
MANGA KUKUA stream near East Cape. A.H.M. 3:90.

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