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Index of Māori Names: Pa to Papa Huakina


Compiled by Henry James Fletcher


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PA A Tuhoe man. Ngapuhi Genealogy. Fortified village; bay, Banks Peninsula. J.P.S. 7:120; 10:14-15; 18:86; 37:340, 345-347; 38:167; 39:10, 35-36; 73:340; 78:14, 224, 226; 105:427, 439. A.H.M. 1:175, 181; 6:202.W.W. 2:188, 205.
PAA A name in an incantation. A.H.M. 3:127.
PAAHI Chief. J.P.S. 78:458. See also Pahi.
PAAHITO Magistrate at Kororareka. J.P.S. 47:168-169.
PAAKA Rangitane Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:23, 182; 16:146; 65:54 Genealogy VI; 75:190 Genealogy III.
PAAKA I WAHO Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 23:50.
PAAKA NUI J.P.S. 4:177. See also Paka-nui.
PAAKARIKI Paakariki (Paki) Harrison, Tohunga. J.P.S. 101:112, 239.
PAAKAU ERA Chief killed at Te Hoire. J.P.S. 68:273-274. See also Pakauera.
PAAMU Marae at Waitangi near Maketu. J.P.S.106:352, 364.
PAANGA A Rangitane chief. Trans. 42:106.
PAANUI Publication of Universities Maori Studies Depts, alt sp Panui.J.P.S. 92:342.
PAARA Maori creation genealogy. J.P.S. 103:120, 144.
PAARAHARAHA Sacred stone. J.P.S. 75:453.
PAARUA Apanui chief. J.P.S. 78:412. See also Parua.
PAAREMOREMO J.P.S. 94:9.
PAATARA Name in a lament by Te Kehu. J.P.S. 66:229-230, 245.
PAATARI KAI HAU J.P.S. 66:226.
PAATEA Patea. J.P.S. 82:412.
PAA TE TEREJ.P.S. 94:109. See Pateretere.
PAATUJ.P.S. 112:80-82.
PAAU Male personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S.67:64.
PAE North Auckland Genealogy. J.P.S. 18:86; 63:99, 104; 104:272. A.H.M. 6:250-253. M.B. 8:121-123. VI. S. 37, 83.
PAEA Ngai-Te-Rangi Genealogy. Ngati-Mahuta Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:226; 6:186; 7:239; 23:Genealogy 5; 39:143, 150; 72:404. M.B. 8:57; 9:55. A.H.M. 4:104. S.T. 19-20. Trans. 15:457.
PAEAHI Hoturoa, Ngati Kauwhata, Ngati Hourua, Ngati Haua, Ngati Apakura Genealogies. J.P.S. 65:54 Genealogies I, VII & VIII.
PAEA HORI Follower of Rua. J.P.S. 92:380.
PAEA HORI HIAKITA Wife of Heta Rua. J.P.S.93:361, 389, 394.
PAE AHUA Turi's whata at Patea. A whata buried on Mount Taranaki. J.P.S.40:77.P.M. 113.
PAE AHURI A Ngati-Rahiri canoe. J.P.S. 19:1.
PAE AKA Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:118. Trans. 37:131.
PAE AKAU A descendant of Ika. J.P.S. 3:47.
PAE AKI A name in an oriori. A brother-in-law of Pou-rangahua. J.P.S. 15:185. A.H.M. 3:116.
PAE ANGAANGA A taro. M.B. 9:126.
PAE ANGIANGI A place visited by Tawhaki. W.W. 1:164.
PAEA O TAWHITI A name in a lament. J.P.S. 2:122.
PAEA PITAU Follower of Rua; wife of Tawhara Pita. J.P.S.92:373.
PAE ATA Maruiwi Genealogy. J.P.S. 24:36, 49. W.W. 2:258, 272.
PAEA TIAHO Tainui and Ngati Mahuta woman of mana. J.P.S.107:212.
PAE A WHAITIRI Name of a constellation. J.P.S. 14:133.
PAE HAWA North Auckland Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:153.
PAEHUA ?Horizontal rack for birds. J.P.S.38:170.
PAE HUAKAI A place in the underworld. J.P.S. 38:170. M.B. 10:46.W.W. 2:168.
PAEHUA MATEKAU J.P.S.114:149.
PAE KAAKAARIKI Place on coast north of Wellington. J.P.S.68:270. See also Paekakariki.
PAEKAI Settlement north of Lake Wanaka. J.P.S.78:346; 91:56-57.
PAE KAIHAU Some form of medium used in black magic. J.P.S.38:170.
PAE KAKA East Coast Genealogy. A place on the Whanganui river. J.P.S.39:319.Wh. 110. Trans. 15:458.
PAE KAKARIKI The ridge near present town of Pae-kakariki.Place name.J.P.S. .2:87; 8:221; 10:130, 138, 147-154, 162; 14:134; 16:125-127, 133, 157; 18:34, 136, 138; 22:215; 23:13; 27:63-64; 28:13; 32:208; 36:272, 281; 50:238; 53:108; 59:25-26, 32; 66:359; 69:400; 78:98, 407; 105:280 Wh. 142. M.B. 7:278; 9:117; 10:168. A.H.M. 6:64-65. Trans. 1:33; 1E:18; 2:159, 198; 5:64-65, 432; 8:180; 10:374, 376; 11:371, 375, 12:397; 14:89, 462; 19:201; 24:532, 561; 32:351; 43:288, 504, 509, 515; 46:55; 48:450. W.W. 2:94, 118, 124, 133-134.
PAE KARIOI A greenstone mere. Wh. 97.
PAE KAWA Ngai-te-rangi Genealogy. A name in a chant. J.P.S. 1:226; 14:136, 140; 23:199-210. A.H.M. 1:8. W.W. 1:157; 2:188, 191-193, 199, 206, 209-211, 217. M.B. 7:288.
PAE KAWAKAWA Island Bay valley. J.P.S. 26:163-168; 27:175.
PAE KAWA NUI Taranaki Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:212.
PAE KAWAU A lake near Muriwai beach. J.P.S. 34:3.
PAE KI TAWHITI A Ngati-Rahiri war canoe. J.P.S. 18:14; 59:67, 72 Genealogy, 73 Genealogy.
PAEKO A name in a proverb. One of the crew of Te Arawa. J.P.S. 3:47; 11:130; 12:78-79; 17:136-137; 29:38, 40; 31:31; 55:235 Genealogy; 64:489-490. A.H.M. 4:56, 103; 5:26-27. Ika. 276. P. 18. Trans. 12:144; 22:116.
PAE KOAUA stream near Ruatoki. M.B. 7:62.
PAE KOHE Warrier killed in attack on Waimapihi pa. J.P.S. 52:202.
PAE KOHUAn ancient canoe. J.P.S. 22:49; 28:153; 68:266-267.
PAEKOTIHE Rarangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 59:286 Genealogy.
PAE KUHA East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:22.
PAE KUHUMaui-potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:182.
PAE KUKU Toi kai rakau Genealogy.J.P.S. 39:319.
PAE MATENgati-Hia Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:225.
PAE NAHUIJ.P.S. 12:36.
PAENGATuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 13:74; 23:Genealogy 6 and 12; 66:268.
PAENGA HURUA Ngati-Apa chief. J.P.S. 1:91; 19:7-9; 27:60; 29:143.
PAENGAHURI A chief of the Karoroumanui pa at the mouth of the Waikato River. J.P.S. 49:157.
PAENGA RARAAn island at Wanaka. J.P.S. 28:218.
PAENGA ROAA kumara plantation at the source of the Mohaka. J.P.S. 25:111, 112; 30:243; 35:211-212, 217; 65:41; 83:149, 154; 94:109.
PAENGA TANGATAA point in Rotorua. J.P.S. 8:237, 244.
PAENGA TOITOIA battle in Bay of Plenty. J.P.S. 11:17; 13:16; 20:27. Trans. 28:38; 34:91.
PAENGA TU Arawa Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:46.
PAENGA WHAWHA The 11th lunar month. J.P.S. 8:102; 37:2; 39:190. M.B. 9:113.
PAE NOA Rangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:119; 35:157.
PA ENUA KORE "No land at all" in story of Tinirau. J.P.S. 42:Mem 10:206.
PAE NUI An ancestress of Ati-Awa. J.P.S. 17:121. M.B. 8:44.
PAE NUI O REHUA A name in a song. J.P.S. 26:187.
PAE O KAHUKURA Kahukura's Seat. J.P.S. 3:40.
PAE O KAIWAKA The portage between Manukau and Waikato. J.P.S. 9:94; 10:88; 41:225. A.H.M. 4:183; 5:116, 171, 255.
PAEORA A range of hills west of Waiotapu. Trans. 5:335, 337. Paeroa?
PAE O RAE A place near Manukau heads. A.H.M. 5:57. P.M. 162.
PAE O TAWHITI A place on the Waikato river below Atiamuri. J.P.S. 24:88, 90.
PAE O TE RANGI A Ngapuhi chief. J.P.S. 8:182, 186, 236-248; 9:35-36, 47, 54, 85, 101-02, 106; 16:17; 18:127; 47:180. P. 100. Trans. 5:59.
PAE O TURANGI A ridge at Roto-kakahi. A.H.M. 6:25.
PAE O TURA WARU A pa near Matamata. A.H.M. 5:41, 250.
PAE O TURAWAU A place near Atiamuri. J.P.S. 2:204.
PAEPAE Rangi Genealogy. Ngati-Te-Rangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:119; 23:29; 38:170. A.H.M. 4:89; 6:261-262.
PAEPAE AOTEA An islet near White Island. J.P.S. 8:118; 20:187. 82:130, 139.Trans. 39:71. See also Paepae-o-Aotea.
PAEPAE KIORE Pit trap for rats. J.P.S. 38:170.
PAEPAE KI RAROTONGA An ancient canoe. J.P.S. 26:151; 75:195, 201. M.B. 7:276, 278, 291. Trans. 34:71-72.
PAEPAE MOANA A korewa of Takitimu. J.P.S. 23:212. M.B. 7:289. W.W. 2:200, 219
PAEPAE NUKU W.W. 2:89, 113.
PAEPAE NUI J.P.S. 20:32.
PAEPAE O AOTEA A small islet near White Island. J.P.S. 15: 11.
PAEPAE O RAROTONGA Trans. 34:71-72. See also Paepae-ki-Rarotonga.
PAEPAE O TIKI W.W. 1:177.
PAEPAE O TUA Bream tail Auckland. Trans. 42:419.
PAEPAE O WHAITIRI A constellation. J.P.S. 30:99. Ika. 363.
PAEPAERAHI Prehistoric settlement on the lower slopes of Maungatautari. J.P.S. 81:197, 218-220.
PAEPAE RAU A hot spring at Rotorua. J.P.S. 8:237, 244.
PAEPAE TAHI A ridge between Papakura and Clevedon. J.P.S. 33:132.
PAEPAE TEHE A Ngati-Hotu-chief. Trans. 15:441.
PAEPAE TE IRIHIA W.W. 1:99.
PAEPAE TE KAKEA W.W. 1:99.
PAEPAE UMU Plaited leaves used to confine in a steam pit. J.P.S. 38:170.See also Pae umu.
PAEPAE WHAKAHEKE Latrine.J.P.S.38:170.
PAEPAE WHAKAHORO Latrine.J.P.S. 38:170.
PAEPAE WHENUA A point on a tribal boundary. J.P.S. 16:183.
PAEPARAKAI Ranges northeast of Tapu. J.P.S. 58:75.
PAERA Waikato Genealogy.J.P.S. 49:159.
PAERAKAU Name in a lullaby by Te Okai for her foster child.J.P.S. 52:54-55.
PAERANGI A Whanganui ancestor. A thwart on the Takitumu. J.P.S. 3:211; 6:177; 8:228; 14:132; 16:44; 17:45-46; 18:37; 23:209; 28:22; 32:114, 119; 34:301; 82:346-353; 103:141, 143. A.H.M. 6:228, 243. M.B. 7:90, 287-288; 10:44, 49, 64, 67, 71. W.W. 1:99, 106, 118, 134, 145-152, 160, 164, 181, 185; 2:199, 217. Wh. 3, 122, 155. Trans. 37:86.
PAERANGI AIO A ridge near Masterton. J.P.S. 15:142.
PAERANGI O TE Tangata whenua chief. Wh. 3.
PAERANGI O TE MAUNGAROA One of the Tangata Whenua. J.P.S. 55:77 Genealogy; 82:349, 351. See also Paerangi.
PAERATA Ngati-Raukawa Genealogy. Place name, Auckland area.J.P.S. 13:53-56; 19:201; 65:41; 69:74; 78:423.
PAERAU Hades. A Tuhoe chief. J.P.S. 8:122, 129; 11:245-246; 23:169, Genealogy 6; 27:169; 37:68; 59:331; 99:60, 65. Ika. 311. A.H.M. 4:129; 5:21. Trans. 37:25; 38:161, 171-172, 236; 40:231; 42:458.
PAE RERE I WAHO Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:118; 10:49. Trans. 31:646; 37:128-129, 137-138.
PAE RIKIRIKI A boy killed by Tarakawa at Upoko-o-te-arawhata. J.P.S. 9:52, 60-61, 135, 138; 25:42. Trans. 45:373.
PAE RIMU A Ngati-Whatua chief. J.P.S. 9:164.
PAE ROA Hot springs near the Waikato at Orakei Korako. A pa in the Thames Valley. Pa, Moturoa Island, Bay of Islands, Hauraki Plains. J.P.S. 2:223, 237; 3:46; 6:54; 9:29, 87; 11:53, 148; 12:197, 214; 13:87, 258; 15:85, 87; 16:50, 55; 24:90; 29:39; 38:170; 42:84, 86-88, opp 96 fig 8; 47:172, opp 172; 54:201, 204, 208; 55:23; 63:183; 64:123; 66:82, 85, 90, 94, 98-99; 75:225, 407; 79:72; 92:535; 94:99, 135; 99:32-33, 40-41; 105:422, 424, 427, 436, 437, 442. Ika. 450. A.H.M. 6:208. S.M. 51. Trans. 9:341; 15:263, 436; 19:344; 20:296; 21:347, 409; 23:376-377; 26:401; 27:374; 35:31-32; 40:92; 42:110; 47:84. W.W. 2:167.
PAEROA A RANGI Mythological Genealogy. Trans. 34:72.
PAE ROA O WHANUI A name for the Milky Way. W.W. 1:150.
PAE TAHA A chief of Ngati-Hau. J.P.S. 10:163; 18:160.
PAE TAHI A thwart on the Takitumu. A Whanganui chief. J.P.S. 23:210; 54:68-69, 74-75, 77. Wh. 138, 142, 154. Trans. 5:61; 26:574.W.W. 2:217.
PAE TAHUNA Ngati-Ruapuha Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:225; 18:177; 19:60, 67-74.
PAETAI J.P.S. 38:170.
PAE TAI O TE RANGI A constellation. A.H.M. 1:148.
PAE TAKA A yard on the bow seat on the Takitimu. East Coast Genealogy. A Ngati-Rangi chief. J.P.S. 4:182; 23:211; 27:65. M.B. 7:90, 287-288. Trans. 15:458.
PAETAKU Toi kai rakau Genealogy. Name of Mahu's cloak. J.P.S. 35:79, 96; 39:319. W.W. 2:199-200, 219.
PAE TAKU OROKO A place where Tane obtained stars for Rangi. A.H.M. 1:52, 149.
PAE TARA Mamaru Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:12; 24:106; 31:193.
PAE TAWA A brother of Maitaranui. A pa on the Whanganui. J.P.S. 9:113; 10:40-41; 11:227. Wh. 62, 73.
PAETAWA MIKI Kaitiaki (guardian) of Maungapohatu, husband of Puhata Teka. J.P.S. 92:360, 367-368, 371, 381; 93:367, 371, 387-388, 392. See also Paetawa Wati.
PAE TIHI A chief of Wairoa, Hawke's Bay. J.P.S. 11:225. 23:1
PAE TOKA North Auckland Genealogy. J.P.S. VI. S. 37.
PAE TOTARA A pa near Cambridge. J.P.S. 26:95.
PAE TUI A Ngati-Rangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 99:142-143.A.H.M. 5:178.
PAE TU MOKAI Now Featherston. J.P.S. 27:8.
PAE TUTU A pa at Pito-one. J.P.S. 10:157; 21:87; 27:167. Trans. 42:78.
PAE UMU Plaited leaves used to confine in a steam pit, Ngatoroirangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 38:170;79:84. see also Paepae umu.
PAE WA A pa on the Rangitikei. Wh. 160; 42:112.
PAE WAI Mythological Genealogy. Skirting board. J.P.S. 38:170, 268; 61:167; 103:162. Trans. 15:457.
PAE WAKA A Waikato chief. J.P.S. 18:61; 65:54 Genealogy VIII. A.H.M. 5:257.
PAE WHAKATARATARA A haunt of the Turehu in Tuhoe land. J.P.S. 23:98.
PAE WHEKI A man on the Takitimu. Nga-Toro-i-rangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 23:32. W.W. 1:143. M.B. 10:??
PAE WHENUA A greenstone pendant. Nga-Toro-i-rangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:8, 86; 11:245; 14:97; 16:226; 24:8, 36, 49; 27:10, 21, 174; 30:145-146; 35:76, 83-85, 87, 100-103, 108; 52:56-57; 99:306. W.W. 1:83, 144. 2:235, 258, 272. M.B. 4:193; 6:215; 10:106. Trans. 22:74.
PAE WHITI Mataatua Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:63, 69; 7:31, 33; 12:145; 22:Genealogy 8; 23:42, Genealogy 7; 66:261; 75:190 Genealogy II, 193-194. A.H.M. 3:280. Trans. 30:36.
PAEWHITU Mother of Potiki; daughter of Tane-atua; great granddaughter of Tama-ki-hikurangi. J.P.S. 71: 296.
PAHAE A figure in a house at the Thames. Trans. 30:43.
PA HAKAHAKA A pa near New Plymouth. J.P.S. 2:180; 17:201.
PA HAKEHAKE A pa on the coast south of Moremo-nui. J.P.S. 8:151-152.
PA HAOA A pa about 30 miles south of Castle Point. Place name, Wairarapa. J.P.S. 13:156; 14:202; 24:82-83; 36:261, 267, 277; 102:40, 48-50, 52 Trans.1E:5, 10, 17; 2:351; 8:380; 21:491-492.
PA HAMOAMOA A place in Hawke's Bay. Trans. 27:269.
PAHARAKI Settlement north of Lake Wanaka. J.P.S. 91:57.
PA HAREKEKE A name in a song. A place near Maunga pohatu. Ngati Haua Chief.J.P.S. 13:13; 15:23; 23:92-97; 34:183; 71:365, 369 .
PA HARUA A figure in a house at the Thames. Trans.30:43.
PAHA TEA One of the crew of Arai-te-uru. A.H.M. 2:179.
PAHAU A son of Te Popoki of Ngati-Rakai-rangi. Grandfather of Toa-Rangatira. Said to be descended from Toi but also come from Hawaiki. J.P.S. 15:142; 17:117, 120; 18:21; 19:21; 26:167; 27:141; 61:166; 66:268-269; 71:305. A.H.M. 4:61, 85-90, 94-102. M.B. 10:126, 131. Trans. 14:79-85, 536; 21:273; 23:610; 26:181; 32:170; 47:347; 48:92.
PAHAUA A stream. A Hue. J.P.S. 3:165-166; 13:163; 29:11.26:14-15. Trans. 2:343.
PAHAU MOKO A Kurapoto woman. J.P.S. 25:111.
PAHAU PURU A Takitimu priest. J.P.S. 23:142. W.W. 2:171, 179.
PAHAUTANUI Trans. 12:36, 248; 20:15; 42:538. Paua-taha-nui.
PAHAUTEA A piece of bush. Southside of Rangitaiki-Taupo road. J.P.S. 26:19.
PAHAU TUHUA A name in the story of Rata. A.H.M. 3:4.
PAHAU WAIPU A name in the story of Rata. A.H.M. 3:4.
PAHAWA A place about 20 miles North of Cape Palliser. A Hue. J.P.S. 14:200, 202; 27:59. M.B. 9:131. Trans. 10, 19; 21:200.
PAHEKA A chief of Ngati-Raukawa. J.P.S. 18:167.
PAHEKE Mythological Genealogy. J.P.S. 21:162; 27:21. A.H.M. 1:49; 6:201. P. 26.
PAHEKEHEKE A name in a song. J.P.S. 30:261.
PAHEKETANGA A place near Ruatoki. J.P.S. 12:49.
PAHI A Wai-o-hau chief. A woman in the Jean Bart affair at the Chathams. A chief of Rangihoua. Chief, Bay of Islands. J.P.S. 1:204; 8:211-212; 15:7; 21:174; 22:Genealogy 8; 28:158-159; 29:129; 44:230; 64:123; 68:217; 75:409; 81:249; 88:202; 92:312; 101:262. S.T. 187. S.D. 94 Table B. Trans. 1:62; 1G:11, 116; 15:423-429; 22:381-382; 36:406-410; 37:95, 485; 40:265-266; 46:7; 48:4, 89, 91. VI. S. 70, 89-90.
PAHIA Place names, Southland, Bay of Islands. J.P.S. 42:312, 319; 44:17; 46:150,153, 160, 168; 51:217; 70:436-437, 440, 442; 72:411; 78:346, 352, 359, 496, 498, 504; 80:45, 62, 67; 84:522; 119:27, 37, 43, 45, 48, 50. Trans. 10:520; 27:293; 33:174-175; 43:454, 462, 480. See also Paihia.
PAHIATU A stream on the Rotorua-Atiamuri road. J.P.S. 24:86.
PAHI ATUA A pa in the upper Wairarapa. J.P.S. 9:88; 15:146; 27:15; 59:75; 60:27; 67:333; 88:393. Trans. 25:65; 31:586; 39:248.
PAHI HIWI A Ngati-Awa chief. J.P.S. 10:21.
PAHII Kuiwai Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:212.
PAHIIRUA Ngai Tahu Genealogy.J.P.S. 55:235 Genealogy.
PAHIKA A chief of Ngati-Raukawa. J.P.S. 19:132; 59:70 Genealogy.
PAHIKATEA Trans. 45:367-368.
PAHIKAURE A mere in the possession of Te Heuheu family. J.P.S. 24:126; 25:33; 27:42. See also Pahikauri.
PAHIKAURI J.P.S. 9:157; 14:55. M.B. 4:89. S.D. 34. Trans. 26:446, 448.
PAHIKI A place in the Hauraki gulf. Trans. 4:136.
PAHIKO East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:179; 8:56; 18:22, 86; 19:78; 23:Genealogy 5; 33:329-330. M.B. 7:293. Ika. 135. Trans. 48:461.
PAHI NUI J.P.S. 21:174.
PAHI O TE RANGI Trans. 45:361.
PAHIPATO J.P.S. 32:49. Pahipoto?
PAHIPOTO A hapu of Ngati-Awa. J.P.S. 9:100; 11:14, 146-147; 12:214; 13:181. Trans. 31:632.
PAHIRAUAKA Paikea Genealogy.J.P.S. 55:164.
PAHIRERE A chief of Ngai-Tara. Trans. 1F:8.
PAHIRI Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 23:Genealogy 5; 31:202; 37:170.
PAHI RUA South Island Genealogy. J.P.S. 31:138. Trans. 10:88, Genealogy.
PAHI TAHANGA A chief of Ngati-Maniapoto. J.P.S. 16:124.
PAHI TAKA A Ngati-Toa. chief. J.P.S. 18:159.
PAHI TAUA A place on the Whanganui river. Wh. 105.
PAHI TERE A Taranaki pa. M.B. 6:16, 164.
PAHI TOKA A hapu living at Hokianga. J.P.S. 15:222.
PAHI TONOA A canoe in Hawaiki. J.P.S. 3:105; 9:200, 213; 16:178; 17:35-36. M.B. 9:123.
PAHIWA Taranaki Genealogy. J.P.S. 17:25.
PAHO A place near Te Pohue. J.P.S. 25:109; 54:108.
PAHOA A teacher in a Wharekura at Okehu. J.P.S. 9:210, 229.
PAHOE Maui-potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:182.
PAHOI East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:27.
PAHOKA Ngai-Tahu Genealogy. J.P.S. 17:4.
PAHOKA A TE RANGI J.P.S. 4:24.
PAHOKO A South Island tohunga. J.P.S. 26:109.
PAHORE Te Ata-i-rehia Genealogy. A.H.M. 5:73; 6:256.
PAHORO Hoturoa Genealogy. Ngati Mahuta Genealogy. J.P.S. 65:51, 53, 54 Genealogies III, XI & XII; 67:46, 48.
PAHORO TE TIO One of a peace party to Ngati-Awa. Ngati Kahungunu genealogy. J.P.S. 27:108; 30:207; 36:285; 102:67; 103:165. M.B. 7:15.
PAHORO TE TOI W.W. 2:50.
PAHOU A place in Rotorua township. J.P.S. 30:257; 39:286; 52:62-64; 55:14.
PAHU A chief of Whatu-i-apiti. J.P.S. 13:190; 54:102; 76:58.
PAHUA Land about Karori. An alkaline spring. J.P.S. 27:2, 6-7, 177. Trans. 10:424; 15:362.
PAHU ITI A chief of Akaroa. S.D. 289.
PAHUNGA TORONGA East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:29.
PAHU NUI A name in a song. J.P.S. 9:113. VI. S. 103.
PAHUPAHU A Ngati-Tuwharetoa chief. J.P.S. 27:40.
PAHURA East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:216; 59:286 Genealogy.
PAHU RANGI A male guardian of one of the heavens. W.W. 1:123.
PAHUREHURE A stream near Manurewa. Trans. 14:365.
PAHURE O TE RANGI Ngati-Kahungunu Genealogy. J.P.S. 21:111. A.H.M. 3:1.
PAHURIHURI J.P.S. 33:132. Pahurehure?
PAHUTANGI M.B. 4:69. See also Pahutani.
PAHUTANI A place on the West Coast of the South Island. J.P.S. 68:232.M.B. 4:69, 75. Trans. 24:499, 526.
PAHUTU A pa near Palmerston North. Trans. 42:103.
PAI A South Island chief. J.P.S. 29:129; 36:298. S.D. 94 Table A. W.W. 1:93. See also Paia.
PAIA Mamaru Genealogy. Rangi Genealogy. Male personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 3:13; 10:6; 18:86; 25:42; 29:138; 31:46-47; 38:269; 39:190; 45:154; 67:64; 103:119, 141-142, 146. W.W. 1:93, 96, 121, 123, 147-148. M.B. 4:103-104; 10:46-52, 59-60, 66, 70, 76. A.H.M. 1:21-26, 48-50, 137-138, 160-162; 6:168, 201. S.T. 56. Trans. 36:62; 45:373.
PAIAHUA A stage on a platform used for sacred purposes. M.B. 10:171.
PAIAKA Ngati-Awa Genealogy. A chief of Ngati-Ruapani. A greenstone mere. J.P.S. 1:226; 3:50; 4:182; 10:48; 25:40; 32:123; 48:134. Wh. 108. Trans. 45:372.
PAI A MANA A chief of Ngati-Huarere. J.P.S. 32:41-42.
PAI AO The clouds. A.H.M. 1:140. Trans. 7:6-7, 33.
PAIA O TE RANGI Patea Genealogy. J.P.S. J.P.S. 59:68 Genealogy.
PAIARE A stone in the Huatoki stream. J.P.S. 17:179.
PAIAREHE The fairy people. J.P.S. 36:385. See also Patupaiarehe.
PAIARIKI Grandson of Waita, had a liaison with Tuirirangi's wife. J.P.S. 43:103; 65:54 Genealogy II; 67:48.
PAI A RIRIAPU The tohunga who lifted the tapu from Lake Rerewhakaiti. J.P.S. 6:56.
PAIA TE RANGI Rangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 50:237-238.Trans. 40:188.
PAIEA Male and female personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:64.
PAIHAU A husband of Whakatapui. J.P.S. 5:155-158, 163-166; 29:142. Wh. 31-37. Trans. 24:596.
PAIHAU KAKA A kumara. M.B. 9:55.
PAIHAU KA ROHA A defeat of the Pekerau family. W.W. 1:146, 176.
PAIHEKIE Arawa Meeting House at Lake Rotoiti. J.P.S. 79:74.
PAIHERE KAWAO J.P.S. 25:15, 54.
PAIHI Chief at Riverton, South Island.J.P.S. 42:73.
PAIHIA A pa at Bay of Islands. Place name. J.P.S. 8:212; 9:37, 165; 10:85; 19:128; 39:83; 41:221; 43:189-190; 47:92, 163; 49:487; 51:18; 53:209-210; 56:291; 65:363; 67:204; 72:215-216, 228, 421;74:474; 79:Mem. 37:32; 85:498; 89:334; 108:33; 109:208; 111:45. S.D. 259. Ika. 593, 597. Trans. IG:65; 12:106; 14:68, 279; 18:119; 24:464; 26:326; 32:400-401; 33:410, 416, 484; 34:106; 39:437; 40:174; 42:415.
PAIHURE The man who killed Kakaho, daughter of Te Ahuru. Trans. 42:102.
PAIIA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PAI KAKAWA A pa on Hataitai. J.P.S. 10:134, 156.
PA IKA TORE A pa near the present Moutoa monument.Marae, Wanganui. J.P.S. 105:359. Wh. 203. See also Pakaitore, Pakatiore and Paikitiri.
PAIKEA Ngati-Porou Genealogy. North Auckland Genealogy.Uri-o-hau Chief. J.P.S. 1:61, 225-230; 3:9, 14-15, 177, 211-216; 4:18-23, 182, 6:179; 7:200; 8:39, 149, 153, 161; 10:120; 12:54, 121, 129, 168; 13:158; 15:75, 85, 93; 16:18, 46, 52, 58, 153, 194-199, 220; 17:59; 23:92, 147, 216, 223, 31:194; 34:278; 36:132, 284; 39:191-192, 320; 45:7; 46:206; 47:178; 51:20 Genealogy; 54:162-163, 164; 55:164, 233, 235 Genealogy; 59:333, 339; 61:127, 167; 64:187; 67:64; 71:299, 302; 75:190 Genealogy II, 195, 198; 81:186; 84:Mem 40:68-69, 71; 103:120, 141, 144-146, 149-150, 164; 113:20; 118:393. M.B. 8:112, 121, 123, 139. A.H.M. 1:22, 30, 59-60, 121, 124; 2:64; 3:10-13, 25-40, 49-57, 64-74; 6:169. P.M. 27. S.M. 78. S.D. 94 Table B. W.W. 1:166, 192. 2:169-170, 185, 204, 223. Trans. 7:17, 19, 41; 10:88 Genealogy; 14:6, 8, 19-33; 15:446, 448; 19:539; 25:445, 483-484; 32:357; 45:359. VI. S. 36, 41, 52, 59.
PAIKEA ARIKI An ancestral taniwha of Paikea's. J.P.S. 14:186-187.
PAIKEA TE HEKE UA A chief of Uri-o-hau. J.P.S. 10:29.
PAIKITIRI Marae, Wanganui, J.P.S. 105:358-359. See also Pakaitore, Pakatiore and Paikatore.
PAIKUHA Ngati Raukawa Genealogy. J.P.S. 79:85.
PAIKURA Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PAI MAHUNGA A.H.M. 3:38. See also Pai-mahutanga.
PAI MAHUTANGA Mother of Paikea. J.P.S. 14:186; 16:196; 22:173; 24:8; 37:365. A.H.M. 1:94; 3:7-9, 20, 52-53. Trans. 14:15, 17, 21. W.W. 2:80, 120 Table I, 234.
PAI MAHUTONGA J.P.S. 22:Table I, 218; 64:187. Pai-mahutanga?
PAIMANUTANGA Ancestor of Kooti Rikirangi. J.P.S. 51:20 Genealogy.
PAI MARIRE Religious movement, J.P.S. 37:13; 51:4-10, 12, 14, 18-21, 33, 48, 74; 68:6, 393; 69:165; 71:227; 75:326, 447, 450, 456; 76:35; 79:Mem. 37:25, 50; 84:439; 92:57, 60-61, 65-66, 69, 76, 78-79, 81-82, 86, 351; 93:270, 350, 366, 386; 95:528; 99:438; 101:9-10, 15, 18, 22, 31-32, 35, 38, 43; 105:13; 118:235, 255.see also Hauhau.
PAI MATA Te Ata-i-rehia Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:259.
PAI MATANGATANGA East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:22.
PAI MIHIA North Auckland Genealogy. J.P.S. 18:86.
PAIMU Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:68.
PAINA A name in a song. A Southland man. J.P.S. 1:153; 21:173; 25:94; 30:151. A.H.M. 6:163.
PAINA HIKIHIKI Follower of Rua. J.P.S. 92:381.See also Umere.
PA INANGA A pa on the Otara river. J.P.S. 9:115.
PAINGA Pananehu Genealogy. Trans. 28:39.
PAI NUI Ngati-Ruanui Genealogy. J.P.S. 21:30.
PAI OKAOKA A Taiaha made by Ranga-waha-kura. A.H.M. 3:161.
PAI OKE Ngati-Toa Genealogy. A.H.M. 4:73-74.
PAI ORO A.H.M. 5:73.
PAIPA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:68.
PAIPAI A Whanganui chief. Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64. Wh. 159, 267, 320. Trans. 21:438-440, 505, 507; 22:71; 25:49, 413; 26:577-578; 42:110.
PAIPAI WHENUA An ancestor of Irawaru. A.H.M. 2:85.
PAIPAU Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PAIPERA TAPU Christian Bible. J.P.S. 38:78.
PAI RAHI Mythological Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:203.
PAI RAMA Elder of Kaipara. J.P.S. 37:368.
PAI RANA Ngati-Rarua Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:225; 17:12.
PAI RANGI A son of Paoa. J.P.S. 1:217, 231; 12:122; 55:77 Genealogy.
PAI RANGI AHUA A grandson of Paoa. J.P.S. 1:231; 55:77 Genealogy.
PAI RANGI APOA A great-grandson of Paoa. J.P.S. 1:231; 55:77 Genealogy.
PAIRAU J.P.S. 59:332. Ika. 248. See also Paerau.
PAIRE East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 5:3.
PAIRI Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 23:Genealogy 5.
PAI RIKIRIKI J.P.S. 16:32.
PAIRI O TE RANGI A name in an oriori. J.P.S. 15:189.
PAI ROA East Coast Genealogy. Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64. Trans. 15:458.
PAIROA WINEERA Ngati Huia musician. J.P.S. 77:214.
PAI ROROKU J.P.S. 13:178.
PAI TAIHONGA A chief of Ngati-Kahungunu. J.P.S. 13:243, 246.
PAI TANGI RERE W.W. 2:199.
PAI TE RANGI Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 9:100; 14:7; 22:Genealogy 8. Trans. 38:193-194.
PAITERANGI TUATINI Another name for Taiteariki. J.P.S. 82:352 . See also Tai Te Ariki .
PAITI Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PAITINI A Tuhoe chief. J.P.S. 7:136, 235; 8:100, 121; 22:Genealogy 1; 23:46, 165; 33:160; 41:24; 55:13. M.B. 4:44, 77-79; 8:106. 107; 9:26, 36. Trans. 31:629; 38:195, 235; 41:244, 281; 42:435-447, 457.
PAITINI WI TAPEKA Ngati maru Chief, Tuhoe. J.P.S. 93:303, 312. See also Paitini.
PAITU A Ngai-Tahu chief. J.P.S. 10:92, 98; 14:193; 25:55; 26:84; 91:62. Trans. 38:117.
PAIWA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:68.
PAIWAI Male personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:64.
PAKA Maui-potiki Genealogy. A son of Maru-tuahu. J.P.S. 4:182; 9:209, 229; 23:Genealogy 5; 25:105; 32:43; 50:122 Genealogy; 58:70 Genealogy; 67:64. A.H.M. 2:172; 4:205, 208, 211-216. P.M. 136-148. Trans. 4:60-61.
PAKA ARIKI Ngati-Ira Genealogy. J.P.S. 27:19, 21; 103:144.
PAKAHA A name in a song. J.P.S. 30:261.
PAKAHAU Male personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:64.
PAKA HUANGA RAU Ngati-Ira Genealogy. J.P.S. 27:21.
PAKA HURUHURU Toi Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:181.
PAKAHI A name in a song. J.P.S. 30:261.
PAKAI One of the crew of Horouta. J.P.S. 21:159; 35:159.
PA KAI AHI A Taranaki chief. J.P.S. 18:130, 161.
PA KAI TANGATA A pa in the Manga-moehau valley. J.P.S. 17:125.
PAKAITORE Marae, Wanganui, see also Pakatiore, Paikatore and Paikitiri. J.P.S. 105:347, 355-362, 364-365.
PA KAKA A pa near Karioi. Trans. 42:88.
PA KAKAHO A pa of Ngati-Ha, Tuhoe. J.P.S. 23:47.
PA KAKE A pa in Napier harbour. A Ngai-Tahu chief. J.P.S. 9:50, 58-59, 71, 81,159-166; 16:20, 83; 25:39; 38:173. M.B. 6:119, 266. A.H.M. 3:73, 314. Trans. 42:80.
PAKAKE A RUAWHARO Stone mauri, Mahia. J.P.S. 57:42.
PA KAKE A WHIRIKOKA A place inland of Poverty Bay. M.B. 9:108.
PA KAKE O WHIRIKOKA J.P.S. 31:205. See also Pa-kake-a-whirikoka.
PA KAKI Tamatekapua Genealogy. S.M. 16.
PAKAKOE A Taranaki tribe. J.P.S. 10:194; 13:181.
PAKAKOHATU Ngati Maniapoto Chief. J.P.S. 43:105; 48:131, 134.
PAKAKOHI A hapu of Ngati-Ruanui. J.P.S. 15:172; 17:32, 127; 19:69; 24:49-50; 29:162; 37:192-193, 213-214, 224; 75:454. W.W. 2:257-258, 271-272.
PAKAKORIRI A Ngati-Ira chief. A.H.M. 3:152-153.
PAKAKURA Whakatohea Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:50.
PAKAKUTU A place near Otaki. J.P.S. 59:21, 33.A.H.M. 6:51, 92, 99, 102. Wh. 146. Ika. 529. Trans. 5:86; 42:107. W.W. 2:154.
PAKANAE A place at Hokianga. J.P.S. 2:71; 8:163; 10:35; 15:222; 18:94; 70:442; 116:310. Trans. 45:383. VI. S. 30.
PAKANGA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64; 103:143.
PAKA NUI East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:218-219; 4:21-32; 17:32; 37:224.
PAKAPAKA A name in a song. Tamatea Genealogy. J.P.S. 12:77; 27:38; 55:15, 25. A.H.M. 6:190, 210, 225, 239.
PAKAPAKA HUAKAI Kahukura-awhitia Genealogy. J.P.S. 27:65-66.
PAKA PONGA A place on the Wai-potiki block, Tuhoe. J.P.S. 13:3.
PAKARA A place near Christchurch. A.H.M. 3:183.
PAKARAE A stream in Poverty Bay. J.P.S. 1:61; 5:1.6:179. A.H.M. 3:34, 70. Trans. 21:92; 27:361; 39:512-517; 45:359, 363; 46:343-344. W.W. 2:169, 185.
PAKARAKA A village near Rotorua. A pa in the Bay of Islands.J.P.S. 39:362; 43:190; 114:14. P. 9:187. Ika. 449. M.B. 6:221, 224; 9:62, 64. Trans. 3:252; 14:429; 15:426; 23:375-379, 612; 25:375-377, 528; 32:351; 36:408; 42:61.
PAKARAMEA Relative of Te Kopiri of Ngapuhi.J.P.S. 47:165.
PAKARAU A name in a proverb. A.H.M. 5:85.
PAKARI Trans. 15:284.
PAKARIKI East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:215; 4:27-28.
PAKAROA A place in far Hawaiki. A place in Tahiti. J.P.S. 15:88, 91; 21:163; 22:121-122, 197; 23:30, 144, 203-206; 26:149; 35:212, 217; 36:132, 266, 275; 37:177, 196.W.W. 1:192; 2:42, 56-57, 78, 98, 166-167, 181, 192-193, 195, 210-213. M.B. 10:46, 71.
PAKARU Wh. 316, 317.
PAKARUNA A place in lower Waikato. Trans. 5:328.
PAKARUWAKANUI Takitimu Genealogy. J.P.S. 65:54 Genealogies I, VIII & XIV; 66:252; 67:164.
PAKATAHI Island, Bay of Islands. J.P.S. 47:opp 172.
PAKATATA A place on the Huri-awa peninsula, Waikouaiti. J.P.S. 25:16-17.
PAKATAUIA P. 92.
PAKATIORE Marae, Wanganui. J.P.S. 105:357.See also Paikatore, Pakatiore and Paikitiri.
PAKATOA Small island near Waiheke Island. J.P.S. 50:123.
PAKATORE Pre-European settlement at Paengaroa. J.P.S. 83:149, 154.
PAKATUA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PAKAU A chief of Ngati-Rahiri. Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 17:177; 19:14; 26:163-164; 39:284; 67:64.
PAKAUA Ngati-Toa Genealogy. A.H.M. 4:69, 102.
PAKAUE A chief of Ngati-Koata. J.P.S. 10:161; 17:118-120; 65:54 Genealogies IX & X. Wh. 140. M.B. 9:126.
PAKAUERA A Toa of Ngati-Rongomai. J.P.S. 18:137.
PAKAU MOANA Tangata whenua Genealogy. J.P.S. 13:157; 23:159-160; 25:109-110; 26:26; 66:262; 75:190 Genealogy II.
PAKAU MOUMOUA J.P.S. 17:176, 178. See also Pakau.
PAKAU RANGI A Ngati-Ira pa. J.P.S. 3:215-218; 8:148; 10:145-146; 13:3; 27:19-20. M.B. 6:104. A.H.M. 3:131-132, 145-151.Trans. 13:41-43.
PAKAU RANGI ROHAROHA W.W. 1:152.
PA KAURI A place at Moehau. J.P.S. 32:41.
PAKAUTU A Moriori who lived on the Auckland Island. J.P.S. 2:79.
PAKAU WERA A chief of Ngati-Kuia. J.P.S. 3:98, 101; 10:134; 18:86, 187, 194; 26:116-118; 32:57. M.B. 9:104; 10:209.
PAKAWAI Name of a canoe.Driftwood.J.P.S. 38:169. Ika. 256.
PAKA WAIWAI A Taupo chief. J.P.S. 27:45.
PA KAWAU A place at Massacre Bay. J.P.S. 19:125-126. Trans. 2:379-380; 4:424; 14:452; 15:364-365; 19:450-451; 21:329; 22:307; 23:240-242, 286-310, 549-550; 27:407-408; 32:168-169; 36:415, 418; 43:299-305, 382, 393, 402; 48:38.
PAKAWERA Another name for Whangongoi, (July). J.P.S. 37:28.
PAKA WHARA A name in a song. J.P.S. 8:155.
PAKA WHERO A pa in Whakatane valley. J.P.S. 11:157.
PAKE A Ngati-Ruanui chief. 94:98, 100, 136; 99:46, 50.Wh. 65, 85.
PAKEHA Female personal name recorded by Taylor. A person of predominately European descent.J.P.S. 60:22, 24, 26-28, 37, 81, 93-94, 96-98, 119, 229-230, 236-237, 240, 242, 244-245, 247, 249; 67:64; 90:158-159, 163-164, 167, 497, 499-502, 508, 560-561; 91:7-9, 12, 16-17, 20-25, 79, 157-158, 522, 529, 541, 643. W.W. 2:89.
PAKEHAKEHA A god of the sea. J.P.S. 8:141-142. 6:A. 91; 54:224; 72:14.
PAKEKA Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PAKEKE Tuhoe Genealogy. A Ngai-Tahu chief. Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 2:49; 8:119; 18:190; 19:71; 59:68-68 Genealogy, 69; 67:68. A.H.M. 3:306. Trans. 37:131.
PAKEKE TAIARI A skid of the canoe, Puwhenua. J.P.S. 23:203. M.B. 7:284. W.W. 2:192, 210
PAKENGA A name in a song. A.H.M. 5:251.
PAKE RARAHI A peak on the Coromandel ranges. Trans. 17:277.
PAKE RAU A chief of Te Totara Pa. A.H.M. 5:103. S.T. 283. Ika. 158.
PAKEREWHA Toiroa's name for one who brings rewha (sickness). J.P.S.93:352-253.
PAKETU Agricultural implement used as a scuffle hoe. J.P.S. 38:172.
PAKETUA Mosquitoes. W.W. 1:146.
PAKETUHI Settlement north of Lake Wanaka. J.P.S. 91:172.
PAKEWA An Aupouri chief. J.P.S. 4:185-186; 12:161.
PAKI One of the crew of Horouta. A Waikato chief. A place near North Cape. A name in a karakia. Place name, Kaipara Harbour. Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 1:77, 231; 12:122; 18:69, 72, 86, 198; 21:158; 22:229; 57:291. P. 103. 67:64; 107:391; 114:143. A.H.M. 3:100. Wh. 140. Ika. 206. M.B. 10:179-180. Trans. 29:352, 376; 42:619.
PAKIA Whanganui Genealogy. Wh. 40 Genealogy. J.P.S. 49:226-227.
PAKIAKA A place in Hawke's Bay. A man killed in Hawaiki. J.P.S. 21:94-95; 24:59; 29:139. A.H.M. 3:106, 109.
PAKIHA A South Island Chief. J.P.S. 26:.81.
PAKI HAU KEA A South Island chief. J.P.S. 26:141.
PAKI HAU KUKU A place near the mouth of the Rangitata. S.D. 236.
PAKI HAU ORA Maui-Potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:182.
PAKI HERE A place at the foot of Taranaki. J.P.S. 18:178, 182.
PAKIHI An island in Hauraki. A Ngati-Mamoe pa. Offspring of Tane. J.P.S. 21:145; 25:3. A.H.M. 1:144; 3:.244, 252; 5:77, 80, 107, 110, 168, 202; 6:204. Wh. 24. M.B. 10:79. Trans. 1:73, 167; 2:378; 10:79-84; 11:448; 14:425; 21:356; 42:424, 427-428. VI. S. 98.
PAKIHI HEWAHEWA A wife of Tangaroa. Trans. 7:44.
PAKI HIKA NUI A wife of Tangaroa. A.H.M. 1:123. Trans. 7:44.
PAKIHI KURA A Ngati-Tama chief. J.P.S. 9:53, 61. Wh. 24.
PAKIHINGA NUI A person Tawhaki met on his climb to the heavens. A.H.M. 1:64.
PAKIHINGA ROA A.H.M. 1:64. Same as Pakihinga Nui.
PAKIHI NUI A name in a song. M.B. 8:65.
PAKIHI RANGI W.W. 2:172.
PAKIHI ROA A name in a song. M.B. 8:65.
PAKIHI WAI Arawa Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:46.
PAKI HIWI TAHI Captain of Atai-te-uru. J.P.S. 24:108. A.H.M. 3:112. Trans. 12:161.
PAKIHI WHAKATEKATEKA Plains north of Oamaru. J.P.S. 24:132.
PAKI-IWI Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PAKI KORE Rangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:185.
PAKIKA J.P.S. 19:77.
PAKIKAIKUTU Ngati Pukenga lands. J.P.S. 103:106.
PAKIMAERO A type of kilt worn by by the Maruiwi. J.P.S.38:172.
PAKINGA An ancient pa near Kaikohe. Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 8:163-164; 27:38; 67:64.
PAKINO RUHI A name in a song. J.P.S. 32:129.
PAKI O HEWA A name in an oriori. J.P.S. 15:10.
PAKI O MATARIKI King Tawhiao's official newspaper. Newspaper of the Independent Maori Power of Aotearoa. J.P.S. 44:240; 93:271.
PAKI O MATITI A war canoe of Ngati Rahiri. J.P.S. 18:14.
PAKI O RANGI A chief of Ngati Pikiao. J.P.S. 13:65.
PAKI O RUHI An expression denoting fine weather. J.P.S. 8:106.
PAKI O TAKAPOU The warmth of summer. A.H.M. 1:36.
PAKIPAKI A name in a song. A place in Hawke's Bay. J.P.S. 4:182; 8:119; 9:159; 25:92; 56:240 Fig 6; 59:286 Genealogy; 68:264-265, 273-274; 90:220. M.B. 8:113. Trans. 20:285-292, 298, 301; 21:313; 22:429, 431, 437; 25:351; 30:516-519; 37:431-443; 46:340, 347.
PAKIPAKI O TE RANGI A place near Tarawera. J.P.S. 11:40.
PAKIPAKI RAUIRI A chief of Whanau-a-Apanui. J.P.S. 9:47, 55, 116; 15:36.
PAKI PATAI J.P.S. 59:286 Genealogy.
PAKIRA Whakatohea Genealogy. A pa on the Whanganui. J.P.S. 3:50; 4:21; 16:27-28; 17:9; 22:133; 24:32; 25:111-114; 37:166; 43:101-102, 105; 50:122 Genealogy; 51:20 Genealogy; 55:27, 34-35, 38; 64:489. Wh. 31. Trans. 30:43. W.W. 2:50, 68, 254.
PAKIRA NUI A name on a great tribal boundary. J.P.S. 16:183.
PAKIRA RAHI A peak in the Thames district. Trans. 16:385-392.
PAKIRI A pa near Auckland. Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64. VI. S. 97. A.H.M. 5:75. Trans. 5:363-364.
PA KIRIKIRI A battle at Huatoki, New Plymouth. Marae, Tokomaru Bay. J.P.S. 2:185; 10:145; 17:207; 108:269
PAKI RORI Ngati-Toa Genealogy. A.H.M. 4:66.
PAKI RUNA Trans. 3:145.
PAKI TEA Ngai Tahu of Te Wairoa Genealogy. J.P.S. 6:184.
PAKI TUA An ancient legendary axe. J.P.S. 27:138, 140, 154.
PAKI UA A Chief of Whatu-i-apiti. J.P.S. 13:190.
PAKI URU A Taupo chief. J.P.S. 27:46.
PAKI WAE TAHI P. 61.
PAKI WAI Ngati-Apa Genealogy. Trans. 13:85. J.P.S. 59:64 Genealogy.
PAKI WHAKATARA A name given to the Tangata Whenua. Term applied to Maruiwi and Melanesians. Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 68:215.
PAKI WHARA A name given to the Tangata Whenua. Term applied to Maruiwi and Melanesians. J.P.S. 1:154; 22:190; 24:34; 31:1-2; 37:177, 196; 38:172; 39:319; 41:89. Trans. 37:152. W.W. 2:69, 72, 91, 255
PAKO Male and female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64; 99:32-33.
PAKOKO A South Island tohunga. Armless figurehead of a canoe. Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PAKO RAU A place on Banks Peninsula. A.H.M. 3:183.
PA KORO A son of Te Pehi. Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.Wh. 181, 183. Ika. 326.
PA KOROMIKO Wh. 158.
PAKOTI The parent of Harakeke. S.M. 21.
PAKOTERE Birth place of Rangitihi of Te Arawa. P.M. 103.
PAKOTORE Area where Rangitihi lived. Arawa pa near Paengaroa. J.P.S. 68:150.
PAKOU Person who gives Mahu, directions to Taewha's home. J.P.S. 35:80, 97.
PAKO WARU A name in an oriori. J.P.S. 15:184.
PA KOWHAI A stream in Hawke's Bay. Place name. J.P.S. 9:50, 52, 58, 160; 78:423; 93:357; 113:77-78, 84; 117:145. Trans. 13:20; 14:185; 20:285, 292; 30:521, 524; 27:351; 37:432-442.
PAKU Whanganui Genealogy. Poike's child killed by Tutekawa. Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 38:156; 42:126; 51:20 Genealogy; 55:235 Genealogy; 67:68. Wh. 40 Genealogy, 52. Trans. 16:390, 392.
PAKUAHI A chief of Taranaki. J.P.S. 18:181.
PAKUAO A pa on edge of Wellington harbour. J.P.S. 10:157; 18:170; 27:103, 169. Trans. 12:36.
PAKU KINO An ancestor of Nga Toro-i-rangi. W.W. 1:144.
PAKU KOHATU A chief of Ngati-Kinohaku. J.P.S. 18:74.
PAKUKU A South Island chief. Placename, near Cape Turnagain. J.P.S. 26:82; 45:127.
PAKU O TE RANGI A chief of Rangi-tuhia. Wh. 71.
PAKURA A pa near Anaura Bay. A chief of Arero-tu-uru. A bird. J.P.S. 3:218; 4:22; 11:229; 18:37; 113:199. W.W. 1:164. Wh. 121. A.H.M. 6:185. Trans. 40:191.
PAKURA A HOIA Ngati-Kahungunu Genealogy. A.H.M. 3:32.
PAKURA A RANGI Ngati Kahungunu Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:242.
PAKURA KAI ONEONE A name in a lament. J.P.S. 21:36, 38.
PAKURAKURA Ngati-Kuri Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:186.
PAKURANGA J.P.S. 60:80. Trans. 46:8.
PAKURANGI Ngati-Mutunga. J.P.S. 17:9.
PAKURA NUI A fishing ground in Bay of Plenty. J.P.S. 32:126.
PAKURARANGI Tawhao Genealogy. J.P.S. 65:54 Genealogy II.
PAKURA TAHI A stream near Featherston. J.P.S. 27:66. Trans. 2:345; 10:373, 375, 479, 522; 11:467; 14:544; 17:61; 42:15-17.
PAKURA TAURANGA A.H.M. 1:32-33.
PAKURU Musical rod. J.P.S.42:Mem 10:207, 209.
PAKUTAONGA A child of Aokehu who killed a taniwha at Whanganui. J.P.S. 45:2.
PAKU TUANGI Ngati Porou Genealogy.J.P.S. 59:286 Genealogy.
PAMAMAKU P. 10, 72, 112.
PAMARIKI RAUMOA A Ngati-Mutunga chief. J.P.S. 17:9.
PA MATANGI A pa on the Whenua-kura river. J.P.S. 10:198; 11:135.
PA MAUREA A place near the source of the Mohaka. J.P.S. 25:112.
PA MOANA Eponymous ancestor of Ngati-Pamoana. J.P.S. 12:212. Wh. 17-19, 27, 59. M.B. 7:125.
PA MOEHAU Turi Genealogy. P.M. 115.
PA MOTUMOTUA place at Rangitoto-tuhua. J.P.S. 13:68; 30:144, 146.
PANA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 38:169; 67:68.
PANAHIA kumara. M.B. 9:55.
PANA I WAHO J.P.S. 7:31, 33; 75:190 Genealogy I.
PANA KAREAO A chief of Te Rarawa. J.P.S. 13:48-52, 71-72. Ika. 279, 326.
PANAKAU Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PANAKO J.P.S. 119:159.
PANAKO TE AOA group of stars. A.H.M. 1:138. M.B. 10:57. Trans. 7:33.
PANANAKIJ.P.S. 9:12.
PANA NEHU A hapu of Ngati-Ruanuku. A Tangata whenua people. J.P.S. 20:25, 31; 22:162, 190-199, 215; 23:92; 24:49; 36:284; 37:183-186, 188, 190-193, 203-207, 209, 211-214, 219, 223, 225; 40:25; 46:112; 55:61; 59:344. M.B. 7:275. A.H.M. 6:263. Trans. 48:437. W.W. 2:69-70, 72, 75, 82, 89, 94, 100, 113, 117, 120 Table II, 257, 271. See Panenehu.
PANA NUI A name in an oriori. J.P.S. 15:12.
PANAPA One of the Hauhau leaders. J.P.S. 14:175-176; 30:143-144; 61:167; 63:217; 67:225-226.
PANAPA WAIHOPI A Poverty Bay chief. Trans. 46:339-340.
PANATAHA A kumara. M.B. 9:55.
PANA TAUA Maui-taha Genealogy. J.P.S. 24:8. W.W. 2:234.
PANAU A place on Banks Peninsula. J.P.S. 45:63; 78:224, 237, 239; 114:19.A.H.M. 3:278, 281.
PANAUATAKE J.P.S. 23:143. W.W. 2:165, 180.
PANE A kumara. Ngati-Raukawa Genealogy. Ngapuhi Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:47; 18:86; 59:281, 284. M.B. 9:55.
PANE IHAKA Woman who listened to Matorohanga at Te Hautawa. J.P.S. 103:115, 129.
PANE IRAIRA A taniwha. J.P.S. 12:167; 14:220; 55:27, 31; 60:81; 66:132.
PANE IRI Ngati-Upoko-iri. J.P.S. 9:155.
PANE KAHA J.P.S. 12:147; 66:261; 75:193.
PANEKE A man killed at Parapara, Whanganui. Wh. 54.
PANEKIRE A cliff at Waikare Moana. Trans. 27:362, 373. See also Panikiri.
PANE MANGO A place between the Oroua and Kiwitea steams. Wh. 157-158.
PANE NEHU One of the ancient tribes. J.P.S. 1:152; 3:214; 4:182; 11:160-161; 12:56, 120, 122, 129, 160; 15:31, 52; 75:192, 194, 199, 202, 209. Trans. 28:36-40, 750; 38:164. See also Pana-nehu.
PANE O HORO IWI A place at the mouth of the Tamaki. J.P.S. 10:88; 60:80, 83, 89; 109:364. A.H.M. 5:176.
PANE O TE KAKA A South Island chief. J.P.S. 21:177; 31:142.
PANEPANE A place on the sand hills in Tauranga harbour. J.P.S. 2:224, 238; 13:41-42. A.H.M. 5:231.
PANERUA Te Kooti's white horse. J.P.S. 93:363.
PANE TAPU A place on the Rangitoto range. J.P.S. 30:146.
PANE WERA A descendant of Maru-whara-nui. J.P.S. 17:20.
PANE WHARU Parent of earth worms. Trans. 41:238.
PANGARI A Hokianga chief. J.P.S. 8:142, 204; 14:180; 18:6-8; 66:180; 88:387-395, 397-400, 403-404, 406, 411.
PANGARU Mountain in Ngapuhi proverb. J.P.S. 43:Mem 10:281; 109:363-364.
PANGA TORU Name of a canoe. J.P.S. 1:217; 12:129; 16:190; 17:35. Ika. 290.
PA NGA TOTARA A stream in Nelson Province. Trans. 4:153.
PANGO East Coast Genealogy. A chief of Ngati-Whakaue. Ngatiwhakaue Chief.Short for Te Tahapango. J.P.S. 3:47; 6:185; 13:24, 45-50, 67; 15:37; 21:98-99; 32:184; 49:602-603; 71:361; 85:499-500; 99:172-173. A.H.M. 5:185-186, 199, 233. Trans. 5:77, 80; 36:456.
PANGO NGAWENE An Arawa priest known for the beauty of his tattoo. J.P.S. 79:82.
PANGOPANGOAn island in the Pacific. J.P.S. 22:193; 23:71; 36:129, 349, 362; 37:177-178, 187, 192, 197, 208, 213; 43:223; 55:209; 59:203.W.W. 2:75, 101, 140, 150.
PANGORETerm for children. J.P.S. 38:171.
PANGO TE WHARE AUAHINgati-Kahungunu Genealogy. Tribal historian. J.P.S. 14:67, 80, 82; 78:481-482, 485, 492.
PANGURUA range of hills in the far north. PANGURU Place name, Far Northland; meeting house. J.P.S. 4:183; 27:222; 47:169-171; 69:65; 108:271
PANIA name in a song. A wife of Rongo maui. Sister of Tangaroa, wife of Rongo-maui and mother of the kumara children. J.P.S. 2:145; 7:136; 8:47; 10:20; 11:137; 13:158; 15:185-186; 18:72; 19:51; 21:157; 22:149-150; 32:14, 59; 35:256; 36:377; 37:373; 38:268; 39:346, 359-360, 372; 40:22; 41:45;47:57-58; 59:337; 78:393; 84:Mem 40:53-54, 56-58, 71, 74; 86:470. A.H.M. 1:142; 3:99, 113-115; 4:27. M.B. 8:121, 123; 9:48-53, 59, 92, 98, 103, 116; 10:73, 153, 235. Trans. 12:161-162; 14:33-48; 19:518, 520, 533-548; 27:253; 30:33-34; 32:359; 35:48, 66, 102; 36:66; 37:123; 38:158; 41:243, 283.
PANI KANAPA A place on Wairoa-Gisborne road. Trans. 29:567.
PANI KIRI A cliff at Waikare-Moana. J.P.S. 23:94; 35:159. Trans. 9:566, 572. See also Pane-kire.
PANIPANI A wife of Kahutia-te-rangi. A.H.M. 3:27. S.T. 15. Trans. 14:23.
PANIRAU Hoturoa Genealogy. Ngati Toa Genealogy. J.P.S. 43:105; 65:54 Genealogies III & IX.
PANI TEHE A pa at Hokianga. J.P.S. 15:222.
PANI TE KAKA A Ngati-Mamoe chief. J.P.S. 14:194. See also Pane-o-te-kaka.
PANI TINAKU Parent of Kumara. J.P.S. 8:116; 14:209; 15:20; 26:26-27; 39:359; 59:337; 86:7. M.B. 9:48-51. Trans. 30:33; 32:296-297; 33:470; 35:88; 40:189; 41:243-244.
PANI TUA Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PANI WIUA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PANOTI Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PANU Tuahu-riri Genealogy. A.H.M. 3:181.
PANUI A name in a tangi.J.P.S. 38:169; 55:63; 82:315. A.H.M. 6:136. Trans. 16:419-420, 426.
PANUI A HAE A whare wananga at Rangi-tawhi. J.P.S. 9:209, 229.
PA NUI ARERO A name in a lament. J.P.S. 5:114-115.
PA NUI O HAU A place on Stewart Island. J.P.S. 29:129.
PA NUI O MARAMA Arawa Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:42; 99:44. S.T. 16, 312.
PAOA Chief of Horouta. Hero. J.P.S. 1:228, 231; 2:101, 210; 3:49, 111, 210-244; 4:18, 21; 5:1, 4, 7; 6:177, 183; 7:113; 8:45, 48; 12:122-123, 130; 14:132; 17:45-46; 34:278; 35:93, 335; 44:227; 47:7, 9; 49:152; 50:122 Genealogy; 51:225; 54:90; 55:70, 77 Genealogy, 165; 58:70 Genealogy; 65:54 Genealogies VI, XI, XII & XIII; 67:50-51; 75:182; 82:315, 349; 84:Mem 40:62; 112:146. A.H.M. 2:53, 158; 3:87, 107; 4:218-245; 5:4, 27, 179; 6:248. P.M. 184-202. Wh. 3. M.B. 7:295; 10:60. Trans. 30:33; 36:36; 45:361.
PAOATAHANUI Trans. 2:344. See also paua-taha-nui.
PAOA TE WAKA J.P.S. 55:165.
PAOKA Ngatimaru settlement on the Turanga (Gisborne) Coast. J.P.S. 93:386. See also Paokahu.
PAOKAHU Ngatimaru settlement on the Turanga (Gisborne) Coast. J.P.S. 93:353, 386. See also Paoka.
PAOIA chief of Ngati-tu-mata-kokiri. A.H.M. 3:315.
PAOKAA brother-in-law of Whiro-te-tupua. J.P.S. 31:115.
PAOKA O TE RANGI J.P.S. 21:154.
PA O KAPOA pa near Porirua. J.P.S. 12:2; 18:174. M.B. 6:251.
PA O KIOREA pa on Jack's Island. J.P.S. 31:144.
PAO MIERE A certain ritual. Refuse honey: religious movement. J.P.S. 30:146; 68:6, 394 69:165; 93:393.See also Hauhau.
PA ONEONE An old pa at Urenui. 37:186, 206; 48:130; 59:280, 283.M.B. 6:164, 245.
PA O NGA OHO A common name for a number of pas near East Cape. J.P.S. 4:23.
PA O NGATI KURI A Ngati-Kura pa near Orepuki. J.P.S. 31:144.
PAONUI A place near Napier. Trans. 15:379; 48:8.
PAO O TE RANGI Ranges between Paekakariki and the Hutt Valley. J.P.S. J.P.S. 53:108.
PAOPAO A name in the story of Rata. J.P.S. 31:11.
PAOPAO KI RANGI A name in a song. J.P.S. 21:36.
PAOPAO RORO A place near Papai-tonga. Trans. 26:578.
PAOPAO TE RANGI A name in a lament. J.P.S. 17:41.
PAORA Tuhoe Genealogy. Whanganui Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:121, 221; 11:142; 36:242; 55:23 Genealogy; 61:170; 68:216; 78:535; 94:11; 103:167, 169; 115:314. A.H.M. 4:106. Wh. 40 Genealogy. Trans. 5:47.
PAORA AKUHATA Follower of Rua. J.P.S. 92:381.
PAORA HAMUA Scholar.J.P.S. 79:35;103:124.
PAORA KAWHARU Great grandfather of Hugh Kawharu and father of Hauraki Paora. J.P.S.101:222.
PAORA KINGI Follower of Rua, died 1934 at Matahi. J.P.S. 92:367; 119:15. M.B. 7:152.
PAORA KIINGI Messenger of Te Kooti. J.P.S. 93:371, 391.See also Paora Kiingi Paora.
PAORA KIINGI PAORA Messenger of Te Kooti. J.P.S. 93:391.See also Paora Kiingi.
PAORA NGAMOKI Whanau-a-Apanui Chief.J.P.S. 93:382.
PA O RANGI East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 5:7.
PAORA PARATA Ngati Raukawa Genealogy. J.P.S. 79:85.
PAORA PARAU Chief who arrested Te Kooti Rikirangi. J.P.S. 51:19.
PAORA RAKAIORA Carver of Te Hau ki Turanga. J.P.S. 105:22.
PAORA TEKA Follower of Rua; husband of Matatu Mahia.J.P.S. 92:381.
PAORA TE KIRI Scholar. J.P.S. 103:119, 168-169.
PAORA TEMUERA Cleric. J.P.S. 61:170; 66:239; 79:83, 85, Mem. 37:69.
PAORA TE PUTU Helped to raise money for the first Maori printing press. J.P.S. 67:204; 114:148; 118:393.
PAORA TERAMEA Poutikanga (main pillar) of the Ringatu Church; aka Paora Delamere. J.P.S. 51:51; 62:235; 93:351, 373, 386-387, 394.
PAORA TUHAERE Ngati Whatua tribal historian. J.P.S. 47:opp 176; 53:109; 74:74; 97:125, 203; 101:223-224; 118:127. M.B. 8:162.
PAORE TE AMOHAU Te Arawa warrior who fought in the Hauhau Wars. J.P.S. 99:44.
PAORO A chief who stopped a fight between Ngati-Tama and Ngati-Mutunga at the Chathams. Whanganui Genealogy. Place name at mouth of Waiaua river. Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 2:76; 3:46; 65:54 Genealogy VII; 67:64; 93:9. A.H.M. 1:152. Wh. 40 Genealogy.
PAORU Male personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:64.
PAO TAKETAKE A pa in Tuhoe land. M.B. 8:20.
PA O TE WERA A pa on Huri-awa Peninsula Waikouaiti. J.P.S. 29:194.
PA O TUHUKIA A pa on the Raroa stream. Waimana. J.P.S. 23:172.
PA O TU TAU PUKU An ancient pa site now cut into by the Otara River. J.P.S. 78:423.
PAOWA J.P.S. 97:127.A.H.M. 2:55-59. Trans. 8:119-121.
PAPA The Earth; earth mother, Place near Taupo. Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 2:131, 207; 3:13, 38; 7:212; 8:94-96, 105, 114-119; 9:1, 3, 37, 176, 184; 11:17; 13:69, 81, 215, 228; 14:206-207, 211; 15:23; 16:35, 111, 118-119, 139-140; 18:86; 19:219; 22:14, 19; 23:44, 48, 74, 77; 26:118; 29:25; 31:46; 32:6-7, 54, 62-67, 108-117; 33:95; 35:6, 39, 206, 208-209, 240, 336; 36:200, 335, 350, 374, 377, 384; 37:372; 39:4, 12, 21-23, 33-35; 40:250; 41:12, 225; 43:124-125, 217, Mem 10:279; 44:46; 48:30, 195; 49:23, 45, 165, 167, 522; 52:50, 62-63; 53:193, 196; 54:164; 55:25; 56:27; 57:173, 176; 58:70 Genealogy; 61:4; 63:244; 64:162, 207; 65:41, 225, 255-256, 259, 269; 67:68; 72:399, 403; 77:50, 154-155; 78:449; 79:79; 83:Mem 40:25, 27, 41;84:Mem 40:43-45, 48-50; 87:26; 91:31, 35, 38-40, 43, 45, 358; 92:54, 126; 94:128, 141, 153-154; 96:44-45; 98:152; 97:326; 99:53; 103:119, 134, 136, 141-143, 146, 149-151, 159, 164; 110:48; 112:295-302, 309-313; 113:29, 77, 79, 326; 114:172; 117:129, 139, 224, 227, 251, 260; 118:361; 119:149, 145 A.H.M. 1:143; 2:2, 4, 47, 64, 95, 97; 3:1, 48, 103, 113; 5:29, 39-40, 178, 195-204, 227, 231, 239, 245, 247. P.M. 28, 86, 88. S.T. 4, 61. S.M. 2, 8, 10, 41. W.W. 1:xi, 104, 112, 120-123, 147-165; 2:12, 18, 146, 152, 156, 230, 243, 269, 275. Ika. 53, 114-122, 135. M.B. 2:3; 4:103; 5:74; 6:62; 7:130; 8:12; 9:47, 50, 88, 109; 10:32-54, 57, 60, 64-80, 100, 105, 108, 112, 119, 127. Trans. 1F:1; 9:26; 12:162; 13:407; 14:35, 37; 15:446-447, 457, 459, 19:524-525, 534-536; 22:76; 24:483; 30:33; 32:294-297; 33:467-469; 35:31, 49-50; 36:6, 12-13, 17, 25, 39, 48, 147-148, 156-157; 38:148, 151, 231; 40:186-189, 221; 42:75. VI. S. 26.see also Papatuanuku.
PAPA A KAPAW.W. 2:231.
PAPA A RANGINgapuhi Genealogy. J.P.S. 18:86.
PAPA ARIARIRata's axe. J.P.S. 28:44; 66:223, 239. A.H.M. 1:73.
PAPA AROHA Range between the Grey and Buller rivers. A place on Coromandel. J.P.S. 31:190-191; 32:40. A.H.M. 3:315.
PAPA A RUAKETE A cave on Maunga-pohatu. J.P.S. 23:94.
PAPA A TARA Sacred priest of the canoe Ngatoki Matahourua. J.P.S. 66:246.
PAPA A TARINUKU A name in a song. J.P.S. 14:135, 139; 21:88. Trans. 42:77.
PAPA A WAKA Pai marire centre near to where the Ongarue River meets the Waimiha stream. J.P.S. 68:393. W.W. 2:231.
PAPA A WAKA A TAMATEA A place on the Whanganui river. J.P.S. 24:18. W.W. 2:244.
PAPAHAOAA kumara. M.B. 9:55.
PAPAHIAA chief of Hokianga. Composer of a song. J.P.S. 3:39; 13:52; 25:66, 171; 37:342; 74:478; 78:383-384, 390; 111:324, 329. A.H.M. 2:20. Trans. 35:98.
PAPA HIKURANGIAn old pa near Wai-o-matatini M.B. 6:219-220.
PAPAHINGA A Wairarapa chief. J.P.S. 10:153; 18:35.
PAPAHINU Village, South Auckland. J.P.S. 105:425, 430.
PAPA HOROHOROHIAA place on the banks of the Manga-papa. J.P.S. 18:145-146.
PAPAHUAn ancestor of Maui. J.P.S. 61:33.A.H.M. 2:6.63.
PAPAHUAA name in a Tapawae. Mountains at the Buller gorge. J.P.S. 23:167. Trans. 39:384, 386, 407.
PAPA HUAKINAJ.P.S. 11:157; 36:271, 280.

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