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Index of Māori Names: Patupo to Pokai Tara


Compiled by Henry James Fletcher


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PATUPOTuhoe Genealogy. Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 8:56, 228; 11:65; 18:37, 60-61; 22:Genealogy 1; 67:64. Wh. 121.
PATU POHOWh. 12.
PATU POHUEJ.P.S. 17:208.
PATU POKOHUNgati-Awa Genealogy. Bay of Plenty. J.P.S. 22:Genealogy 1.
PATUPUA place in the Piako valley. J.P.S. 197.
PATU PUHOUCook's Gardens, Whanganui. Wh. 65-66.
PATURAUA stream near Cape Farewell. J.P.S. 18:197; 19:119, 122; 68:273-274.
PATURUEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:25.
PATU TAHIA star. Ika. 363. Trans. 28:680; 29:567-570; 39:244, 504-508; 40:487.
PATU TARAKIHIA massacre of some fishermen at Tauranga. A.H.M. 5:247.
PATU TOKOTOKOA Whanganui tribe. J.P.S. 18:38. Wh. 34, 122, 324. Ika. 358, 558. A.H.M. 5:257; 6:45. Trans. 5:92.
PATUTUNgati-Kahungunu Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:176.
PATUTU RORONames of battles in Ngapuhi country. J.P.S. 8:150. Trans. 28:44.
PATU TUTAHIA name in a ngeri. J.P.S. 27:13.
PATU WAIRangi Genealogy. A hapu living on Motiti. J.P.S. 2:112, 244; 8:214; 13:16. A.H.M. 6:182.
PATU WHARETuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 23:Genealogy 12.
PAUA Ngati-tu-mata-kokiri chief. W. Te Pau, Carver. J.P.S. 18:191; 105:24. A.H.M. 3:307.
PAUANgapuhi Genealogy. J.P.S. 14:76-77, 92; 18:86; 38:217; 46:Mem 14:24; 51:20 Genealogy; 53:110 Genealogy; 64:301; 78:237, 239; 82:140. A.H.M. 3:242, 296. Trans. 10:77, 88 Genealogy; 17:277; 29:351-352, 368; 42:43.
PAUA KOROHIWA The shellfish Haliotis australis. J.P.S. 38:217.
PAUA RIKIA fight in the South Island. J.P.S. 28:46.
PAUA TAHA NUIA pa at Porirua. J.P.S. 10:133-134, 153; 16:132; 27:56, 65; 28:11; 38:170. Ika. 540, 554. M.B. 6:277-280. Trans. 9:562.
PAUA TEREA name in a song. J.P.S. 29:30; 37:69; 65:189-190; 68:71.
PAUAUAEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:179.
PAUAUEHUTrans. 15:451.
PAUEJ.P.S. 13:24.
PAUHUTrans. 42:101.
PAUIRIRAIRAAn ancient canoe. A.H.M. 2:188.
PAUKENAThe last Ati-Awa heke. J.P.S. 1:89.
PAUKURITuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. .23:Genealogy 30.
PAU MAHOEA name in a proverb. VI. S. 43.
PAU MAPUKUA son of Tihore. J.P.S. 11:225; 12:203; 13:17-18. VI. S. 39.
PAU MATUAAn ancestor of Turi. J.P.S. 7:205; 11:251; 9:214; 16:201.
PA UMAUMAA Ngati Kotore pa. J.P.S. 23:51.
PAURARO KINO Man who negotiated between Topine and Kere at Ohura. J.P.S. 35:227; 38:163.
PAURINIA Ngati-tahu chief. A sister of Te Heuhue. J.P.S. 22: 228-229; 59:73 Genealogy. A.H.M. 3:222, 284.
PAUROKINO 'Go-between' during the Puketapu fight between Topine Te Mamaku and Te Kere nga tai reua.J.P.S. 38:163.
PAU TARARIKIMaui potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:23, 182.
PAU TE ANUAA name for Toi. J.P.S.31:56.
PAWA A name in an oriori. The captain of Horouta. Aitu-pawa. Chief. J.P.S. 15:187; 21:160, 162; 22:19; 23:29-30, 144; 31:47; 35:73, 93, 110, 212, 217; 37:187, 207; 38:156; 39:372; 46:111; 51:20 Genealogy; 54:89; 59:342; 66:260; 75:190 Genealogy II, 195; 78:409. M.B. 7:291; 9:98; 10:62. W.W. 1: 126-127. Kupes servant. 2:4, 17, 48, 64, 166-167, 181, 189, 191-192, 194-195, 207, 209-210, 212-213.Wh. 86. A.H.M. 3:7, 67-68, 93-101. Trans. 15:446.
PAWA AUTAHI A name in a song. J.P.S. 23:79. W.W. 2:148, 158.
PA WAI ROTOA pa on the Waikare stream, Tuhoe. J.P.S. 23:50.
PAWA ITIA pa near Waotu. J.P.S. 2:204. A.H.M. 5:255-256.
PAWAITIRIA name in a lament. A.H.M. 2:62, 79.
PAWAKAHO Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PAWARENGA Settlement on the Whangape Harbour. J.P.S. 60:246.
PAWATUNGIA Personal name. J.P.S. 38:218.
PAWAWAA pa near Urenui. M.B. 6:164.
PA WERAWERAA pa in the Moawhango valley. Trans. 2:354.
PA WHAKAIROA pa near Taradale. J.P.S. 27:21. M.B. 6:106, 215.
PA WHAKAOHOA karakia. J.P.S. 14:202, 204.
PA WHAKATAKAA pa on the Hutt river. J.P.S. 25:164; 27:65, 69, 166.
PA WHAKAWIWIJ.P.S. 13:77.
PA WHATISouth Island Genealogy. S.D. 94 Table B. W.W. 1:155.
PAWHERAJ.P.S. 20:20.
PAWHEREO J.P.S. 67:196.
PAWHEROA name in a proverb. J.P.S. 11:67, 131; 32:237; 99:311.
PAWHETAU Pa site, Auckland area. J.P.S. 105:442.
PEAOne of Waharoa's fighting chiefs. Ngati Haua Chief. Female personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:68;71:371. A.H.M. 5:227.
PEA HENARE Follower of Rua. J.P.S.92:383. See also Teopea Kawana.
PEAIHA Inland Patea Genealogy through to Moawhango. J.P.S. 59:70.
PEAUComposer of a song. A.H.M. 4:9.
PEEHIName for Elsdon Best, ethnographer. Chief killed at Kaiapohia. J.P.S. 41:6, 13, 21, 35-37; 52:56-59; 105:329.
PEEHI KUPE Ngati Toa Genealogy. J.P.S. 50:171 Genealogy, 172; 65:54 Genealogy IX.
PEEHI RANGINgapuhi Genealogy. J.P.S. 18:86.
PEEHI RIRINgapuhi Genealogy. J.P.S. 18:86.
PEEHI TE HURINUI Historian. J.P.S. 48:134.
PEEHI TUKOREHU Famous warrior of the Amio-whenua expedition. Maniapoto Genealogy. Ngati Apakura Genealogy. J.P.S. 48:134; 65:54 Genealogies V & VIII.
PEEHI TUROA J.P.S. 113:198, 200.
PEETIRangi Genealogy. J.P.S. 31:124; 103:141, 144. A.H.M. 6:188.
PEE WHAI RANGI A name for the Bay of Islands. J.P.S. 99:150-151, 176-177.
PEHAA name in a song. Ngati-Kahungunu Genealogy. J.P.S. 15:12; 20:3; 52:202. A.H.M. 3:32; 5:18-20.
PEHAANE TONGAA Poverty Bay chief. J.P.S. 15:220.
PEHANUI Daughter of Tongatea; wife of Kaiahi; Te Arawa-Tainui genealogy. J.P.S. 66:262 Genealogy;67:50;71:307; 75:190 Genealogy III, 207.
PEHI A Whanganui chief. An uncle of Te Rauparaha. Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 1:87; 2:181; 3:108, 216; 8:149; 10:90-91, 95-97, 130; 13:241; 14:154; 16:226; 17:190-193, 202; 18:22, 74-75, 104, 136, 166; 54:67; 67:64; 68:270-274. A.H.M. 3:282-283; 4:62-75; 6:30-33, 50-53, 64-85, 98-112, 129-133. S.T. 253-255. S.D. 4, 283. Wh. 129, 138-139, 281-282. Ika. 326, 359, 528-534. M.B. 4:193. Trans. 2:351; 5:71-80; 10:88 Genealogy; 24:492, 508-517; 37:155; 42:93. W.W. 2:24.
PEHI A KURAA place on the beach near the Manukau. A.H.M. 5:116.
PEHI ATEANgati-Toa Genealogy. A.H.M. 4:70.
PEHIHOI Male personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:64.
PEHI KATIAA Ngati-Kahungunu pa. J.P.S. 1:93; 13:165; 19:10-15, 110.
PEHI KOREHUA Waikato chief. Ngati Maniaopoto Chief.J.P.S. 71:374 A.H.M. 6:16. Trans. 5:55.
PEHI KUPEA Ngati-Toa chief killed at Kaiapohia. Ati Awa Chief, South Island Chief.J.P.S. 10:76-77; 18:62, 72-77, 138, 159, 167-168, 188, 199-201; 19:56, 80, 82; 26:117; 54:66; 68:272; 84:437-438;85:550-551; 97:477; 102:7 Wh. 153. See also Pehi.
PEHI MANAEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 6:180.
PEHI MANAWAHome Bay, Motutapu, Auckland. J.P.S. 30:252.
PEHIMONAWhanganui Genealogy. Wh. 40 Genealogy.
PEHINGA I TE RANGIA son of Tara. J.P.S. 10:3; 393:20.
PEHI PAKOROWhanganui Genealogy. Wh. 40 Genealogy, 104.
PEHIPEHIA track between Whanganui and Whangaehu. Porpoise. J.P.S. 38:170. Wh. 159. Trans. 42:111.
PEHI RANGIMataatua Genealogy. North Auckland Genealogy. Rahiri genealogy; wife of Rua. J.P.S. 3:49; 8:149, 151; 18:86; 47:opp 168, opp 176; 92:385
PEHIREHU Mentioned in "He waiata, na te tohunga" (Mot.86.7.) J.P.S. 98:150.
PEHI TAHANGAA Ngati-Maniapoto chief killed at Te Kawau pa. J.P.S. 17:196-197.
PEHI TAKAA Ngati-Tama chief killed at Toka-Kawau. J.P.S. 18:183; 19:7. A.H.M. 6:128.
PEHI TAWHIAA Ngati-Tama chief. J.P.S. 1:94.
PEHI TUKOREHUA Ngati-Maniapoto chief. Ngati Maniapoto Chief.J.P.S. 18:105; 19:31-34; 42:167-168, 170.
PEHI TUPAKIHIRANGI Chief of Palliser Bay and Mahia. J.P.S. 103:115.
PEHI TUROAA Whanganui chief. Leader of the war party against Makakoti Pa. J.P.S. 1:230; 9:157; 14:146-150, 158; 21:33-34; 19:5, 56, 112; 25:37-41; 27:218; 34:183; 38:163; 45:5-6. Wh. 40 Genealogy, 58, 104-108, 123, 130, 134, 159, 183, 229, 293, 306, 311, 328. M.B. 6:122. Trans. 42:89, 101, 106, 108, 111; 45:372.
PEHOA wife of Peha of Ngati-Mahuta. A.H.M. 5:18020.
PEHOTATA Killed at Tauranga.J.P.S. 99:34-35.
PEHUAn old pa near Rotorua. J.P.S. 13:79; 17:222-225; 18:44; 34:2; 70:467. M.B. 5:86; 9:55, 126.
PEHUA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PEHUNGA I TE RANGINgai-Tara Genealogy. J.P.S. 15:73; 39:320. A.H.M. 6:177.
PEHUNGA RI TE RANGI Genealogy. J.P.S. 22:Table II. W.W. 2:120 Table II.
PEHU RANGITane Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:200.
PEHU TATEREA brother of Ruatapu. A.H.M. 3:29.
PEHUTUTane Genealogy. A.H.M. 200.
PEIEast Coast Genealogy. North Auckland Genealogy. Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 5:4; 67:68. VI. S. 16.
PEI ATOA pa near Wai-totara township. Wh. 117.
PEINGASon of Purangataua and Parepaoro. J.P.S. 71:362.
PEI O MAI Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S.67:64.
PEI O PURETI Bay of Plenty.J.P.S.82:135.
PEITA Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S.68:216.
PEIPI TE POU Follower of Rua. J.P.S.92:367, 381.
PEI TE HURINUI Academic. J.P.S. 61:163, 179, 197; 66:134; 68:12, 153, 394;69:160, 162, 165, 167; 70:384-385; 71:143, 290-291, 309, 360; 75:513; 82:123-124, 140; 84:Mem 40:60, 63, 96, 342, 347, 413, 510-511, 514-515, 518-519; 86:143; 89:140, 288; 92:91; 97:122; 105:341, 344, 488; 106:409; 107:415-416; 110:44; 113:12, 222; 114:194, 196.
PEKAThe bat. A name in an incantation.J.P.S. 79:84. A.H.M. 3:62. P. 67. W.W. 1:128, 190-191.
PEKAHOU RANGIW.W. 2:43, 57
PEKAMU Tohi Te-Uru-rangi: also known as Beckham Wynyard. A Rotorua chief and warrior. J.P.S. 99:168-169, 170.
PEKAPEKAAn Ati-Awa chief. The bat. Starfish; bat: Mystaropus tuberculata.Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 9:90; 18:65, 108; 19:21-23; 38:170; 42:6-7, 9; 67:64, 68; 83:Mem 40:17.S.M. 61. W.W. 1:102, 132.
PEKAPEKA KAI HARO RANGIA.H.M. 6:166.
PEKAPEKA RAUA stream in the Rotorua district. J.P.S.70:31.Trans. 24:596.
PEKARANGI Kahungunu Genealogy. J.P.S.54:164.
PEKA TE MAKARINI Executioner under Te Kooti. J.P.S. 42:Mem 10:242.
PEKATUA place on the Waitara river. J.P.S. 18:22.
PEKAUA Southland chief. Trans. 28:652.
PEKEJ.P.S. 15:54; 67:64; 104:272.
PEKEARORangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:54; 6:107.
PEKE ATU MARIUA hill at Ruatahuna. J.P.S. 11:32; 22:163; 23:95.
PEKE HAUAA Rotorua taniwha. J.P.S. 2:157; 14:182-185, 190; 17:222; 18:215. Ika. 161. M.B. 4:175. P.M. 153, 158. Trans. 11:92-97.
PEKE HAU RUTUAW.W. 1:132.
PEKE HAWANIA name in a song. Rangi Genealogy. A star. J.P.S. 8:105-108; 15:185; 20:2; 30:261. M.B. 9:113. A.H.M. 1:54, 162; 6:197. Trans. 35:109; 36:18.
PEKE HAWANUIJ.P.S. 19:98. Peke-hawani?
PEKE I TUARangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:54, 172; 6:197.
PEKENGATrans. 22:93.
PEKE O TAMA TUPEREA place near Ranana. Wh. 51.
PEKEPEKENgati-Haua Genealogy. Rahiri genealogy. J.P.S. 2:210; 6:54; 47:opp 168. Trans. 35:52; 40:188.
PEKEPEKE HARA KUKUOne of a war party of Whiro-te-tupua. W.W. 1:132.
PEKEPEKE HARATUADaddy-long-legs. J.P.S. 61:35.W.W. 1:128.
PEKEPEKE HAU RUTUAA war party of Whiro-te-tupua. W.W. 1:132.
PEKEPEKE MATANUIA war party of Whiro-te-tupua. W.W. 1:132.
PEKEPEKE MATA RUWAIA war party of Whiro-te-tupua. W.W. 1:132.
PEKEPEKE RIWARUA war party of Whiro-te-tupua. W.W. 1:132.
PEKEPU A place within the area of Waikaremoana, Gisborne and Mahia. J.P.S. 55:11-12. See also Pukepu.
PEKERAUA place on the North Taranaki coast. A tuatara. J.P.S. 32:127; 54:162-163. A.H.M. 4:102. W.W. 1:87, 146, 162, 176.
PEKETAA pa near Kaikoura. Executioner for Kooti Rikirangi. J.P.S. 28:42; 69:396; 78:224, 228; 95:94, 102.105:442, 460.A.H.M. 3:242. S.D. 94 Table A. Trans. 10:77.
PEKE TAHIA tribal atua. A taniwha. Male personal name recorded by Taylor. 67:64J.P.S. 11:38, 64; 15:15, 37; 67:64. Trans. 25:87; 37:30; 41:238.
PEKE TAKITAKISouth Island Genealogy. J.P.S. 31:193.
PEKE TAWHIROA star. J.P.S. 30:261.
PEKE TE TAHUAA chief of Te Arahua canoe. A.H.M. 2:179.
PEKETUATaikehu's paepae at Patea. One of the minor gods. Progenitor of insects, brother of Tane. J.P.S. 16:154; 31:47; 32:103; 35:174; 36:291; 61:4-5, 35. W.W. 1:118, 128, 157. M.B. 10:44, 49-50, 70, 75.
PEKE TUARANGIA pa taken by Rata. J.P.S. 31:11.
PENA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:68.
PENATANA PAPAHURIHIA Ngapuhi chief and tohunga. J.P.S. 76:45; 116:313, 316. See also Atua Wera and Papahurihia.
PENE Pene Te Matohi. J.P.S. 88:201; 103:129-130, 132-133, 135-136, 143, 166. See also Pene te matohi.
PENEAMENE Ngati Whanaunga chief. J.P.S. 62:389.
PENEHA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PENEHE RETIA son of Hinaki of the North Auckland people. J.P.S. 32:94.
PENEKAHEA nephew of Moetara of Hokianga. J.P.S. 8:161, 163. VI. S. 95.
PENE PARE KUKU J.P.S. 119:157.
PENETANA J.P.S. 116:314.
PENETAUI J.P.S. 116:314.
PENE TE MATOHI Listened to Matorohanga at Hautawa. J.P.S. 103:115, 128.
PENE TE PANAA chief of Hokianga district. Trans. 39:454.
PENETITIA Tuhoe tohunga. J.P.S. 11:60.
PENUOne of the crew of Te Arawa. A bird. J.P.S. 3:47; 21:157-158; 22:36-41; 38:172. M.B. 9:59.
PEOUComposer of a lament. J.P.S. 3:59.65.
PEPEThe butterfly. A place near Tairua, Thames. J.P.S. 47:55; 61:35. W.W. 1:132, 157. Trans. 16:390, 393.
PEPE MUAA name in a lament. J.P.S. 5:116-117; 7:38-39.
PEPENE TE TIHI Huatau genealogy. J.P.S. 47:128.
PEPEPEA pa on the Horotiu. J.P.S. 49:153, 155; 61:35.P.M. 186.
PEPERETU Kahungunu Genealogy. J.P.S. 54:164.
PEPE ROTOA name in a lament. J.P.S. 5:116-117; 7:38-39; 99:311. VI. S. 27, 51.
PEPE TAHAA name in a lament. J.P.S. 5:116-117; 7:38-39.
PEPE TE MUIMUIA name in a lament. J.P.S. 5:116-117; 7:38-39. W.W. 1:128.
PEPE TE REAREAA name in a lament. J.P.S. 5:116-117.
PEPE TUAThe host of insects. M.B. 10:62.
PEPITuhoe Genealogy. Trans. 36:21.
PEPOTITrans. 15:362.
PERANorth Auckland Genealogy. J.P.S. 18:86; 43:Mem 10: 279; 68:216; 83:Mem 40:19. Trans. 38:180.
PERA IHAKA Ngati Kahungunu weaver.J.P.S. 59:264, 268 Fig.8.
PERA KIWI Teller of the Korotangi story. J.P.S. 38:58-59.
PERANGAMale personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:68.
PERA NUIKupe Genealogy. J.P.S. 7:36-37; 16:170.
PERA O TANGAROAA place at Rotorua. S.M. 70, 76.
PERA RUA Follower of Rua. Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64; 92:369. See also Tio Rua .
PERA TAWHITICarver and younger brother of Raharuhi Rukupo. J.P.S. 105:22.
PERA TE KURIGodparent to Apirana Ngata. J.P.S. 59:280, 283.
PERA TU J.P.S. 109:364.
PERA TUTOKOFollower of Kooti. J.P.S. 55:12.
PERAUMis-spelling of Operau in the Chatham Islands. J.P.S. 64:376.
PERA UETUKU TAMANUI Father of Te Hira Uetuku.J.P.S. 93:389.
PERENgati-Toa Genealogy. A Wairarapa chief. The subject of a tangi. Rose Pere, academic. J.P.S. 17:40; 54:96; 79:294; 88:201; 102:56-57, 61, 66. A.H.M. 4:75. W.W. 1:165.
PEREHIPEA cove in Doubtless Bay. J.P.S. 67:197.
PEREITAA Ngati-Tahu chief. Trans. 10:62.
PEREKANorth Auckland Genealogy. VI. S. 37.
PEREKARIA hot spring, Rotorua. Trans. 10:436; 15:362.
PEREKIA name in a lament. J.P.S. 12:152.
PERE MEIHANA From Te Whaiti.J.P.S. 92:363.
PERENANorth Auckland Genealogy. VI. S. 37.
PERETAOA name in an oriori. J.P.S. 15:189.
PERETUAn Arawa ancestor of Waiohua. J.P.S. 30:253.
PERIOne of the crew of Tainui. J.P.S. 1:224; 12:55.
PERIAA place in Monganui country. Place name, Matamata area. J.P.S. 66:440; 92:86. Trans. 43:202-203, 210, 214; 48:238-244, 255.
PERINGAA place near the mouth of the Waikato. Trans. 3:143.
PERI TE HUHUMaui-potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:182.
PERO A name in a song. J.P.S. 11:50. M.B. 10:177.
PERUA chief of Ngati-Rakei. J.P.S. 18:13.
PERU NUIA son of Whiro. J.P.S. 20:66-67; 21;35.
PETANEA village near Napier. J.P.S. 6:184; 9:153, 156, 160-161; 13:7, 154; 24:77-78; 25:119; 37:225; 43:Mem 10:285. Trans. 13:429; 14:283, 409, 534; 15:217, 330, 450; 16:192-193, 198, 330-361; 17:260, 308-324, 326, 331-332, 464, 465; 18:123-128, 210-212, 327-374; 19:383, 386, 441, 447, 617-669; 20:228, 301-302; 21:312; 22:428, 432; 23:342, 347-352; 26:281; 27:455; 28:370, 675; 29:572; 30:192, 199, 516; 32:216, 220, 367; 33:218; 34:410; 35:34; 36:338; 37:434-438, 447; 38:282, 285; 40:498; 42:57, 63.
PETERA TE PUKUATUA Ngati Whakaue Chief of Ohinemutu, aka Tukino. J.P.S. 65:186-187; 78:394; 93:348. See also Tukino.
PETERA TE RANGIHIROA Secretary to Te Kooti. J.P.S. 93:348.
PETINgati-Toa Genealogy. Whanganui Genealogy. J.P.S. 19:10. A.H.M. 4:74. Wh. 40 Genealogy.
PETIPETIAn ocean god. J.P.S. 17:102. M.B. 10:123. A.H.M. 3:25. Trans. 14:19-20, 32.
PETIPETI A AU RANGIA sacred rock near Owhata. Wh. 102-103.
PETIPETI A RAURANGIName of a rock at Ohu o whata in the Whanganui River. J.P.S. 46:223-224.
PETONEPlace name, Wellington. Town at the mouth of the Hutt River. J.P.S. 53: 108; 69:173; 101:367; 119:226. see also Petoni and Pito one.
PETONIPlace name, Wellington, J.P.S. 69:173.see also Petone.
PETUA name in a song. A.H.M. 4:3.
PEURABiblical: Beulah. J.P.S. 93:368.
PEWAA Ngati-Whatua chief. Protuberance on a wooden dagger. J.P.S. 3:237; 10:36; 18:180; 38:172; 67:68.
PEWHATUS.T. 275.
PIA chief of Wairoa. A name in a chant. J.P.S. 16:40; 88:390. A.H.M. 3:127.
PIAHOA Ngati-Maru chief. A.H.M. 5:188.
PIAKA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PIAKOA river flowing into the Hauraki gulf. J.P.S. 3:51; 10:79, 82; 12:167; 13:46; 14:66, 119; 17:189; 40:187; 49:153; 58:74-75; 71:364, 400; 112:426. A.H.M. 4:30, 36, 48-49, 200, 212-242; 5:157, 175, 193, 218, 268-271. P.M. 144, 187-199. S.T. 281. M.B. 11, 63-64. Trans. 5:40; 8:430; 12:321, 324; 13:402-403; 15:283; 16:391-393, 437; 24: 595; 26:398, 447, 670; 29:412; 32:179; 35:176; 319-320, 559; 37:377-378; 39:241, 450; 40:491, 493; 46:7.
PIAKOA Burial cave at Waiawa a coastal Pa between Matauri and Takou, Northland. J.P.S. 49:601-603.
PIAKO ITIA small stream in the Hauraki country. A.H.M. 5:86.
PIANGAA daughter of Tawhaki. Ika. 143.
PIA PEIFollower of Rua, wife of Te Kanapu Te Kauru, J.P.S. 92:369, 372, 381. see also Pini Te Puihi.
PIAPIAA name in a song. J.P.S. 25:165.
PIA REHEA place on the Waikato river above Cambridge. Trans. 21:409; 26:401.
PIATAWairarapa Genealogy. J.P.S. 27:14; 67:64.
PIATANGIWHARAU Ancestor of Kooti Rikirangi. J.P.S. 51:20 Genealogy; 54:164.
PIATA O TE RANGIWairarapa Genealogy. M.B. 7:123.
PIAWAIA star. J.P.S. 19:99.
PIA TANGI REREOne of the thwarts of Te Puwhanua. J.P.S. 23:210. M.B. 7:288.W.W. 2:217.
PIA TANGI RUAAn ancestor of Toi. J.P.S. 24:30.W.W. 2:251.
PIENorth Auckland Geneaology. J.P.S. 18:86.
PIEREAn ancestor of Tamatea. J.P.S. 23:124; 38:170; 99:49; 119:139-140. Wh. 10. M.B. 10:40-41.
PIERE NUKUA place in Hawaiki. W.W. 1:99.
PIERE TAUA name in a fire-walking ceremony. J.P.S. 33:151.
PIERE TUA name in a fire-walking ceremony. J.P.S. 33:151.
PIHAA rock on the beach near Kaipara. Pa site, Auckland area. J.P.S. 40:101; 46:131; 64:306-307, 309, 311; 105:442. VI. S. 68. Trans. 14:265.
PIHAEAA name in a chant. A.H.M. 1:150.
PIHAIAA pa near Putiki. Trans. 42:97.
PIHA I MUAToi Genealogy. J.P.S. 9:201, 214.
PIHA ITIRangitane Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:230; 15:67, 72.
PIHAMAA pa in Taranaki. J.P.S. 17:126-127; 18:6; 19:73; 28:102; 61:162; 88:391, 435.
PIHANGA A mountain at Taupo. J.P.S. 8:118; 10:200; 16: 148-149; 17:10-11; 18:120; 19:8; 23:13; 24:18; 25:150; 58:48; 78:396. A.H.M. 1:115; 5:3. Trans.1E:20; 5:7; 20:292, 319; 21:340, 353; 24:604-609; 26:389; 28:683, 687; 33:471; 34:71; 35:172; 36:19; 37:447, 456, 460, 464; 40:282; 41:260; 43:293. Wh. 1. Ika. 179, 452. M.B. 6:164, 175, 245. VI. S. 63. W.W. 2:123, 133, 231, 244.
PIHAO TAKOHIAJack's Island, South Island. J.P.S. 31:144.
PIHAPIHA ITI Genealogy of Whatonga. Ngati Pariri Genealogy. J.P.S. 55:61.W.W. 2:172.See also Aukawa.
PIHAPIHA RAUJ.P.S. 4:182.
PIHARAUThe lamprey. J.P.S. 37:108. W.W. 1:156.
PIHAROAMaui-potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:182; 54:224.
PIHAU Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:68.
PIHAU TAKOIAJ.P.S. 25:90. See also Pihao-takohia.
PIHIA woman of Ngai-Te-Au. Trans. 36:52.
PIHI TAHITuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 23:Genealogy 5.
PIHO Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 167:64.
PIHOIHOI MOKEMOKE I RUNGA I TE TUANUI Short-lived newspaper printed by Gorst for the Government. J.P.S. 67:209.
PIHOKANgai-Tahu Genealogy. Trans. 10:88 Genealogy.
PII An animal guardian. J.P.S. 72:404.
PIIKAKE Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 68:216.
PIKAKAA.H.M. 5:156.
PIKAUNgati-Toa Genealogy. J.P.S. 67:64.A.H.M. 4:61, 63.
PIKAU TE RANGITaranaki Genealogy. J.P.S. 17:190-191; 50:171 Genealogy, 172; 65:54 Genealogy IX; 67:52.
PIKE Female personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:68.
PIKEA TE HEKEUAA Kaipara chief. J.P.S. 8:148.
PIKIA Ngati-Koura chief. J.P.S. 9:112-113, 168; 10:2; 11:73, 156; 12:38, 46, 120, 217; 14:20; 18:86; 46:215-216; 65:224, 226; 67:64; 118:237. M.B. 8:3. A.H.M. 6:260. S.D. 94 Tables B & D. Trans. 34:85; 35:46; 38:190; 41:259, 269.
PIKIAA Waikato chief. J.P.S. 2:114; 18:58.
PIKIAKA Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PIKIANGAA wife of Rangihaeata. A.H.M. 6:16, 26. See also Pikinga.
PIKIAOTamatekapua Genealogy. Meeting house, Lake Rotoiti.J.P.S. 2:249; 5:4; 49:151; 57:35; 65:224; 66:252, 262; 67:49-50; 78:464; 94:100, 136, 143; 97:203; 99:46. A.H.M. 2:177. S.T. 311. M.B. 5:18.
PIKIAO WERA Te Rangikaheke genealogy. J.P.S. 94:100, 136, 143; 99:46.
PIKIATI 1842 place name, southern South Island.J.P.S. 78:370.
PIKIAURU Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PIKI AWHEAA name of Maui's hook. Ika. 127.
PIKI HAU ARIKIRangitane Genealogy. J.P.S. 15:86.
PIKI HORO Ngatoroirangi Genealogy. A name in a lament. J.P.S. 22:217-218. A.H.M. 4:168. W.W. 2:96, 120.
PIKI HUIAA chief of Ngati-Hineoru. J.P.S. 11:148.
PIKI KAKAA man killed at Te Wiwi. VI. S. 106. A.H.M. 5:149.
PIKI KI RUNGAA range of hills at Nelson. Trans. 25:357-360; 43:309, 314, 449; 48:61, 75.
PIKI KOTUKUA Ngati-Pikiao chief. J.P.S. 11:133; 26:167; 46:216.Trans. 38:222.
PIKI MAI W.W. 2:172.
PIKI NAUNgati-Apa Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:230.
PIKINGAA wife of Rangihaeata. J.P.S. 18:36, 132; 54:68-69, 77; 67:64, 68. A.H.M. 6:64-65. Trans. 5:49, 61-65.
PIKI NUNU Female personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:64.
PIKI O HIKAWERAA hill on Napier-Taupo reed. Trans. 43:290.
PIKIORE Chief at Te Hue in the Bay of Islands. J.P.S. 66:82, 92. See also Pikiorei.
PIKIOREI Chief of Tangitu in the Bay of Islands. J.P.S. 64:124. See also Pikiore.
PIKIPARIA Where Kupe left his footprints at Hokianga Harbour. J.P.S. 64:163.
PIKI RAKI TAHIRakaihautu Genealogy. J.P.S. 24:106.
PIKI RANGITamatea Genealogy. J.P.S. 39:77; 59:68; 65:52, 53, 54 Genealogies I & VIII; 66:254-255; 67:47-48, 50. Trans. 42:80.
PIKI RARUNGAHei Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:110-111.
PIKIRAU Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PIKI RAWEAMaui's fish hook. A.H.M. 2:91, 116. See also Piki-awhea.
PIKI TAWHAKITuri Genealogy. P.M. 114.
PIKITIAA daughter of Marewa-i-te-rangi.J.P.S. 37:16; 114:144. Wh. 72.
PIKI TUATuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 23:Genealogy 5; 75:193.
PIKITU O REHUATuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 22:Genealogy 1. Trans. 37:123.
PIKI TUROAA name in a song. J.P.S. 21:94; 28:46; 31:138.
PIKI WATEAA chief of Ngati-Hauiti. Wh. 72.
PIKI WHARASandymount, Otago. J.P.S. 25:89; 29:131; 68:273-274.
PIKI WHATAAn Ati-Awa chief. J.P.S. 17:118.
PIKOTaranaki Genealogy. North Auckland Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:275; 17:75; 18:86; 59:70 Genealogy, 71. A.H.M. 6:246. Trans. 28:55.
PI-KOAU Nestlings of shags: name for Luncheon Cove, Dusky Bay. J.P.S. 78:189.
PIKOIA pa in the Taiamai district.J.P.S. 39:362. M.B. 9:62.
PIKOKEA bush near Featherston. J.P.S. 25:80. Trans. 45:369.
PIKOPIKO A Ngati-Ruapani chief. J.P.S. 10:48; 24:30; 59:346; 61:36.M.B. 6:286. W.W.2:250.
PIKOPIKO I WHITI A place in Tahiti. J.P.S. 5:114-115; 12:54; 16:210; 17:40, 105; 21:137, 162; 22:197; 23:29, 203, 215; 32:214; 33:132; 35:212, 217; 36:132; 37:177, 187, 197, 208, 216; 38:228; 44:40; 54:162-163; 59:345; 66:219, 234; 103:149. A.H.M. 1:77; 2:155; 5:10. P.M. 119. M.B. 7:67, 112, 276, 284, 285. Trans. 48:451-455. W.W. 2:78, 192, 194, 204, 210, 212, 223.
PIKOPIKO O WHITI W.W. 2:97-98.
PIKOPIKO WAIThe river on which the Takitimu was first launched. J.P.S. 17:101.105.
PIKOPO Rahiri genealogy. J.P.S. 47:25.
PIKOROA man killed in the Kai-huanga feud. A.H.M. 3:270-272.
PINAKE Place name, home of Paora Kiingi.J.P.S. 93:371.
PINAKIAn agricultural wooden tool.J.P.S. 8:148; 38:172.
PINAMU Ngati Pariri Genealogy. J.P.S. 55:44.
PINAUAJ.P.S. 19:121.
PINE Inland Patea Genealogy through to Moawhango.J.P.S. 59:68-69, 73 Genealogy.
PINEA Ngati Whatua Genealogy. J.P.S. 99:311.
PINE AHAKOIAMaui-potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:182.
PINE AMINE Kahungunu Genealogy. J.P.S. 51:20 Genealogy.
PINEHA MARU Elder from Tuparoa on the East Coast. J.P.S. 66:266-267.
PINEKI Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:68.
PINE NAURangitane Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:230; 15:72, 86.
PINENAU J.P.S. 55:23 Genealogy, 77.
PINENGA Daughter of Hikairo.J.P.S. 99:40-41, 47, 128-129, 158-159, 162-163.
PINEPINE Rua's first wife. J.P.S. 93:359, 388-389. See also Mami.
PINEPINE TE KURA A waiata (song) of Te Kooti. J.P.S. 93:380.
PINEPINE TE RIKA Senior wife of Rua Kenana. J.P.S. 92:355-356, 358, 361, 369.See also Pinepine.
PINE TAIAPANgati Porou master carver. J.P.S. 56:179; 57:43; 84:438; 88:458;93:5; 105:20, 24; 108:245-248, 252-253, 263, 267-268, 275-276; 117:201.
PINI TE PUIHIFollower of Rua, wife of Te Kanapu Te Kauru. J.P.S. 92:369, 372. See also Pia Pei.
PINOHITuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 7:236; 8:56, 121; 22:Genealogy 1. Trans. 31:646.
PINOHI TUTAKANGAHAU At Maungapohatu.J.P.S. 92:388.
PINOI NUKUA.H.M. 2:192.
PINOI RANGIA.H.M. 2:192.
PIOA Ngati-Awa chief. J.P.S. 8:94, 98, 106, 118, 120; 9:182; 10:2-12, 191-193; 11:40, 65, 73, 242; 12:145-150, 155, 158; 13:218, 222; 14:2; 16:140, 152; 22:Genealogy 1; 28:18, 23; 31:62; 33:93, 96, 332; 35:319; 36:142; 41:16; 82:129; 87:26; 97:123. M.B. 9:51, 112; 10:36, 132, 186, 231. Trans. 30:35; 31:635, 637, 644-645; 32:297; 34:38; 35:69, 85; 37:9, 63; 38:183; 40:246, 249; 41:243, 250, 256, 262, 273, 275; 42:454.
PIOIMaui-potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:218.
PIOIOA name in a curious folk-lore story. A.H.M. 2:59-61.
PIOIROUA Tauranga chief. A.H.M. 6:163.
PIO MATATUName of a kumara. J.P.S. 28:26.
PIOPIO Ngati-Pukeko Genealogy. A daughter of Pohokura. J.P.S. 7:239; 9:7, 164; 22:201; 24:50; 42:Mem 10:252; 43:Mem 10:280; 94:135. A.H.M. 4:70. P.M. 84. Trans. 8:109; 12:81-84. M.B. 7:275. W.W. 2:83, 102-103, 258, 273.
PIOPIO TAHIMilford Sound.J.P.S. 28:49; 80:44. M.B. 4:34, 158. S.D. 35. Trans. 24:482, 487-488, 514-524; 26:446, 448.
PIOROI Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 68:216.
PIPIBay of Plenty Genealogy. North Auckland Genealogy. A person drowned by Paikea. A son of Rona. Pipi Haerehuka, chieftainess of Arawa; painted by C F Goldie.J.P.S. 1:219; 2:204, 207; 7:40; 8:56; 13:159; 14:187; 21:162; 22:Genealogy 8; 23:100, Genealogy 5 and 13; 27:18-21; 38:171; 39:191; 51:226; 61:288; 67:64, 235; 75:190 Genealogy II, 192, 407; 84:431; 103:144. A.H.M. 1:22, 133; 2:22, 25; 3:30, 49; 6:169. VI. S. 21.
PIPI AWANGAA name emblematic of the Pipi. J.P.S. 37:69.W.W. 1:87.
PIPI HURA The parents of many shellfish in myths. J.P.S. 37:69.
PIPI KAKARAAU One of the Pipi folk in origin myths. J.P.S. 37:69.
PIPI KAPEOA name emblematic of the Pipi. W.W. 1:87; 37:69.
PIPI KARETU Beach on the Otago Peninsula. J.P.S. 41:99; 68:219 illus.
PIPIKARITI A place on the Taiaroa south head, Otakou. J.P.S. 35:69. See also Pipikaretu.
PIPI KARITU Beach near Otago Head. J.P.S. 64:302; 67:323.
PIPIKI J.P.S. 119:159.
PIPIKOA reserve at New Plymouth. A person killed at Hawaiki by Rongo-i-tua. J.P.S. 2:185; 17:207. A.H.M. 3:106, 109.
PIPIKO KAUHANGA ROAA kumara. M.B. 9:55.
PIPI KORO PUTAA name emblematic of the Pipi. J.P.S. 37:69.W.W. 1:87.
PIPI KOURAA name emblematic of the Pipi. J.P.S. 37:69.W.W. 1:87.
PIPI MOHOA chief of Mataikona Trans. 19:144.
PIPINUI Point, site of Ngutu-kaka village, Wellington area. J.P.S. 69:173.
PIPI O TE RANGIA tribal atua of Ngati-Hau. A name in Kauwae-runga. Arawa genealogy. J.P.S. 11:38; 69:73. W.W. 1:193.
PIPI PERAROA name emblematic of the Pipi. J.P.S. 37:69.W.W. 1:87.
PIPIPIA name in a song. J.P.S. 35:76, 80, 94, 97.A.H.M. 3:11.
PIPIPI O TE RANGIJ.P.S. 35:44, 75-76, 91, 107; 36:343, 357.M.B. 10:63.
PIPI POKAIA name emblematic of the Pipi.J.P.S. 37:69.W.W. 1:87.
PIPI RAPAKIA name emblematic of the Pipi. J.P.S. 37:69.W.W. 1:87.
PIPI RANGIAn ancestor of Ngatoroirangi. W.W. 1:144.
PIPIRAUERU Whirlpool in the Hokianga River where Nukutawhiti drowned. J.P.S. 49:230-231, 234.
PIPIRI1st lunar month. A Taupo tohunga. J.P.S. 8:102, 105, 111, 114; 16:144; 19:98, 201; 26:25, 185; 27:81-82; 32:18; 35:247; 36:378; 37:2. M.B. 9:103, 113. A.H.M. 6:183, 188. W.W. 1:170.2:168. P. 88. Ika. 158.
PIPIRIKI A pa on the Whanganui. Place name, Whanganui river. J.P.S. 8:229; 14:59; 16:132; 18:37-38, 104; 24:18; 34:254; 37:1, 23, 168; 38:162;41:36; 42:31; 45:1; 61:316-318; 67:58;71:102; 72:227; 74:228; 75:454; 88:210. Ika. 359-361. M.B. 3:49; 4:60, 160. Wh. 13, 27-35, 45-50, 58, 70, 85, 88, 94, 102-110, 122-129, 154, 217, 221, 311-318. S.D. 94 Table B. Trans. 2:352-353, 358; 4:135; 10:88 Genealogy; 19:327; 27:150-151; 40:489; 42:44, 181; 43:183, 255. W.W. 2:231, 244.
PIPI TAI AWAA name emblematic of the Pipi.J.P.S. 37:69. W.W. 1:87.
PIPI TAIRAKI One of the Pipi folk in origin myths. J.P.S. 37:69.
PIPITARAWAIA ridge in the Chatham Island. Trans. 34:247.250.
PIPITEAA point in Wellington harbour. J.P.S. 1:93, 155; 8:222; 10:157; 11:72; 18:170; 27:66, 103, 170; 28:10; 61:169; 68:211, 213, 250. M.B. 6:302. Trans. 7:504-507; 9:37, 218; 10:376; 12:36.
PIPITONgati-Raukawa Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:204-205; 19:201-204.
PIPI TORETOREA name emblematic of the Pipi. J.P.S. 37:69.W.W. 1:87.
PIPI TUANGIA name emblematic of the Pipi.J.P.S. 37:69. W.W. 1:87.
PIPIWAI Stone name, J.P.S. 38:172.see also Rekepounamu and Papanui.
PIPI WHAKAOA name in a proverb. P. 44-45. Trans. 22:117.
PIPIWHARAUROAA name in a song. Newspaper. J.P.S. 18:104; 63:258; 78:189 93:273-274.
PIRAIRAKAThe fantail. J.P.S. 16:111.
PIRAKARAKAA bird. J.P.S. 17:76.
PIRAKIA place on Bank's Peninsula. Trans. 39:364.
PIRANGIJ.P.S. 2:242, 249; 67:64. Wh. 60.
PIRANGIRANGIA bird. J.P.S. 17:76.
PIRAUA kumara plantation at Taupo. J.P.S. 26:27; 27:45; 66:230, 246. M.B. 4:164.
PIRAU ITIEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 5:9; 15:75, 146.
PIRAU NUIA pa near Waotu. Waitotara. J.P.S. 2:204; 66:88-89, 101. M.B. 6:286. Wh. 55, 59. A.H.M. 5:258. Trans. 16:386.
PIRAU RAHIA place at Hauraki. A.H.M. 5:29-41.
PIREKAA place on Bank's Peninsula. S.D. 220, 247. See also Piraki.
PIRERE Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PIRETE Chief, Waiomu Valley. J.P.S. 49:515-518;55:264.
PIRIRakaihautu Genealogy. A plain near Matamata.Piri. Sciascia, academic.J.P.S. 24:106; 37:341, 343, 347, 354; 54:96, 101, 108, 112-113, 164; 67:64; 92:326. A.H.M. 4:105; 5:193.
PIRIAKA Place near Taumaranui. J.P.S. 45:6.
PIRIE Street name, Wellington. J.P.S. 61:172.
PIRIHANAA Pukerua chief. J.P.S. 27:106.
PIRIHIRAA name on the Whanganui boundary.J.P.S. 55:46; 67:215, 236. Wh. 322.
PIRIHIRA HEKETA Tukutuku expert. J.P.S. 105:24.
PIRIHIRA TE ROHAWhanganui Genealogy. Wh. 40 Genealogy.
PIRI-HONGO Rotorua Chief who became Chief of a Ngapuhi hapu at Waimate. J.P.S. 49:529.
PIRI ITI J.P.S. 54:112.
PIRIKA TE AUEOne of the men who escaped from the Jean Bart. J.P.S. 1:203.
PIRIKA TE MIROI Ngati Tunohopu historian. J.P.S. 55:166-167.
PIRIKA TE MIROI TINIRAUPEKA Ngati Tunohopu historian. J.P.S. 52:46, 54-55, 62-63.
PIRIKA TE POA Ngati-Kahungunu chief. J.P.S. 19:8.
PIRI KAWAUOne of the writers of Polynesian Mythology. J.P.S. 15:178; 66:232; 75:183, 186.
PIRI KI NGA TANGAROAThe 22nd night of the month. W.W. 1:169.
PIRI KOHOIP. 45.
PIRI MAI WAHOA Ngati Raunui chief. J.P.S. 19:75.
PIRIMIArawa Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:46-47.
PIRI MUNA MAI WAHOA man captured by Puoho at lake Wanaka. J.P.S. 19:120.
PIRINIA Ngati-Awa chief. J.P.S. 39:84.Trans. 30:42.
PIRINIHAMaui-potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:182.
PIRINOAEast Coast Genealogy. Place name, Cape Palliser area.J.P.S. 4:29; 105:274, 285.
PIRI O KAEAA Wairarapa woman. J.P.S. 13:129.
PIRI PATU KAWANGAA Tauranga chief. A.H.M. 6:163.
PIRI PEKAPEKAA name in a song. A.H.M. 5:106, 109.
PIRIPITakitimu genealogy; of Ngati Hikawera.Personal name. J.P.S. 43:107-108, 198; 69:73; 72:403; 94:5; 102:67; 103:162.
PIRIPI [KIORE] Taranaki religious teacher. J.P.S.101:30.
PIRIPIRIA place near Dannevirke. J.P.S. 15:88, 92; 24:122
PIRIPI TE HEUHEU J.P.S. 119:15.
PIRIPI TE MAARIJ.P.S. 15:145.
PIRIPI WHATUAIO J.P.S.65:186, 190.
PIRI POUTAPU Master carver at Turangawaewae. J.P.S.84:437-438; 85:551;108:245.
PIRI RAKAUAn aboriginal tribe at the Bay of Plenty. J.P.S. 17:5-6; 34:306; 85:551. M.B. 7:281.
PIRI RAUA place on the Rangitikei. Trans. 42:110.
PIRI RAUKURAAti-Awa Genealogy J.P.S. 1:226; 17:14.
PIRITA Male personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:68.
PIRI TAHAA Wairarapa chief. J.P.S. 15:137.
PIRI TAKAHead of a Ngati-Mutunga hapu. J.P.S. 1:162.
PIRI TANGAROA The 22nd night of the moon. J.P.S. 37:341, 346.
PIRI TAONGATaranaki Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:219.
PIRITA O TE RANGIMaui's canoe. A.H.M. 2:113.
PIRI TARATAToi Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:179.
PIRI TARINGAA.H.M. 2:48.
PIRITEA TE MIROI A man of Te Arawa descent, Rotorua. J.P.S. 43:Mem 10:301.
PIROAn ancestor of Tawhaki. J.P.S. 2:79; 14:210. S.D. 20-23, 94 Table E and F.
PIROIA taniwha which was supposed to live at the mouth of the Kau-arapawa stream, Whanganui. Wh. 84.
PIRONGIA place near Oakura, Taranaki. J.P.S. 34:293.
PIRONGIA A mountain between Kawhia and the Waipa river, Waikato. J.P.S. 2:203; 3:29, 31, 34; 9:76, 93; 10:82; 13:183-184; 14:97, 99, 116, 165, 191; 15:42; 16:121, 130; 17:54; 3:118; 18:55, 213; 24:40; 29:161; 30:96, 142-149; 32:38; 34:293; 40:35-38; 42:Mem 10: 201; 52:49; 65:194; 66:94, 96, 254; 67:47-49, 55, 175; 68:60; 81:197, 202, 216, 219, 234; 80:62; 93:372; 118:243. A.H.M. 6:58. S.T. 72. S.M. 50, 77. Ika. 267, 269. Trans. 5:41, 43; 6:138; 9:330; 10:194, 356; 12:317-323; 21:387; 17:275-276; 18:315; 19:184, 191-192, 235, 248, 377; 20:309; 21:33; 25:173, 182, 190, 196, 356; 27:83-84; 18:205, 231; 37:284, 505; 40:85-98; 41:174, 198, 209; 42:115; 43:380; 44:414, 420, 428; 45:116; 46:3, 55. W.W. 2:262.
PIRONGIA TE AROARO O KAHU Full name for Pirongia mountain. J.P.S. 78:409.
PITA Friend of Rev. Stack's father; Pita Cleave, academic; biblical name: Peter. J.P.S. 47:40; 68:216; 72:402; 92:325-326; 101:16, 26.
PITAHI W.W. 2:259, 274.
PITAIA nephew of Haupa. J.P.S. 8:211.
PITAKAChief of the party which killed Pekehaua. J.P.S. 16:58; 18:210-211, 215; 19:120. P.M. 149, 154. Trans. 11:87, 93. Ika. 160-161.
PITA KAPITAA Waiapu chief. M.B. 9:58.
PITA KAPITI Academic. Ngati Porou historian and elder. J.P.S. 69:313; 103:152.
PITA KANUEHI Follower of Rua. J.P.S. 92:368, 380. See also Haukore Tawa.
PITAKATAKAA man killed by Whakatau. P.M. 60.
PITAMAA chief who killed Hotupuku. J.P.S. 14:183-184.
PITA TAMATURI Raharuhi Rukupo's protégé. J.P.S.105:12.
PI TANGIA pa on the Whanganui. Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64. Wh. 116.
PITA RANGI HIROA Peter Buck. J.P.S. 60:247. See also Rangi Hiroa.
PITA RANGI TE MUIAA Moriori on the Auckland Island. J.P.S. 2:79.
PITA TE AITUA A linesman/chainman from Taumaranui. J.P.S. 46:215-216.
PITA TE HUKINGA Ngati Ruapani Genealogy. J.P.S. 51:20 Genealogy; 55:2.
PITA TE RIKA A leader at Maungapohatu. J.P.S. 92:367.See also Pita Te Wharenui, Taite Wharenui and Pita Te Taite.
PITA TE ROTOITI Ngati Toa chief. J.P.S. 68:275-276.
PITA TE TAITE A leader at Maungapohatu, J.P.S. 92:359, 367-368.see also Pita Te Wharenui, Taite Wharenui and Pita Te Rika.
PITA TE WHARENUI A leader at Maungapohatu. J.P.S. 92:359, 360, 367-368. See also Pita Te Taite, Taite Wharenu and Pita Te Rika.
PITA TIKAOKAO Ngati Maniapoto guide. J.P.S. 47:146, 148, 150.
PITAUA name in a song.Pitau Brown, secretary of the Ringatu Church at Poverty Bay. J.P.S. 37:225; 61:172; 93: 394.A.H.M. 1:165.
PITAWAA Ngati-Mutunga toa. J.P.S. 1:86; 2:183; 17:204; 18:118.
PITA WAAKAAcademic.J.P.S. 92:321-323, 331.
PITAWAI Ngati Pariri Genealogy. J.P.S. 55:44-46.
PITA WHARETOROA Master carver, son of Wharetoroa. J.P.S. 56:176.
PITERE Musician who performed for James Cook. J.P.S. 41:Mem 10:24.
PITITI HUATA Clergyman. J.P.S. 59:289-290.
PITOEast Coast Genealogy. One of the crew of Takitimu. J.P.S. 3:211; 4:31; 13:264; 27:56; 28:46; 46:41; 51:20 Genealogy; 55:68. A.H.M. 3:62; 4:67.
PITO HEREPUNavel of the Sky parent. J.P.S. 38:172.
PITOITOIA place at the head of the Wai-te-mata. J.P.S. 9:67, 77; 21:175. A.H.M. 4:66.
PITOKASouth Island Genealogy. J.P.S. 31:193.
PITO KUKUA point of land near North Cape. Trans. 29:354.
PITONGAA Ngati-Rakei boy killed by Ngati-Tama. J.P.S. 18:10.
PITO O HAUITIA pa built by Hauiti. A.H.M. 3:133.
PITO ONE A Maori at the Auckland Islands. Town at the mouth of the Hutt river. J.P.S. 2:79-80, 86; 10:148, 151, 157, 158; 16:133; 18:17; 19:10, 14; 24:50; 25:81-82; 27:99, 103, 107, 167; 46:119; 78:405. M.B. 6:275, 304; 7:63. Trans. 1E:5, 11, 348; 10:370, 376; 12:36-37; 15:364; 16:549; 19:589; 37:262, 333; 42:539; 45:370. W.W. 2:273.
PITO PARIHei Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:110; 4:182.
PITO RUA Mamaru Genealogy. A Matamata chief. J.P.S. 3:12; 22:194; 24:50; 37:192-193, 213-214. A.H.M. 5:260. W.W. 2:76, 258, 272
PITO TE HENUAEaster Island. J.P.S. 16:192.
PIU Weapon presented to Raumahora by Toko. J.P.S. 36:245, 253.
PIUA I TE RANGIKupe Genealogy. J.P.S. 7:36.
PIUA KI TE RANGIA name in a song. J.P.S. 16:170; 20:67; 21:35-36.
PIUNGA TAHIEast Coast Genealogy.J.P.S. 5:2; 6:186.
PIUNGA TAITuwharetoa Genealogy. J.P.S. 25:161; 59:73 Genealogy.Trans. 15:438.
PIUPIU A grand-daughter of Tawhiao. J.P.S. 68:394.
PIUPIU I A TE AWATOPE W.W. 2:81.
PIUPIU TE WHEROWHERO First cousin of Te Puea. J.P.S. 61:193; 107:212.
PIURAKIA chief of Akaroa. S.D. 289.
PIU RANGA TAUAA chief in Hawaiki. J.P.S. 16:170.
PIWAWh. 52-53.
PIWAKAWAKAThe fantail. Trans. 38:153; 39:454.
PIWARAA name in a song. J.P.S. 17:132.
PIWAREA name in a proverb. P. 2. Trans. 12:125.
PIWERE Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PIWHARAA chief of upper Whanganui. J.P.S. 14:216. Wh. 40 Genealogy.
PIWIKI HOROHAU Master carver. J.P.S. 56:181.
PO Night. Darkness. Hades. J.P.S. 7:40, 128; 8:95, 116, 118; 9:188; 14:2, 116, 206; 16:111; 27:140, 224; 29:24; 30:97; 32:12, 18, 54, 62, 108; 35:8, 43, 107-108, 164, 174; 36:378, 384; 41:43; 43:Mem 10:280, 283; 48:190; 49:21-22, 56; 50:146; 60:226-227; 67:68; 78:406; 79:296-297; 103:141, 148;106:327; 108:421; 119:128. A.H.M. 1:11, 18, 29, 51, 136-137, 145-147, 153, 177-178; 2:6, 91; 5:136; 6:164, 186. P.M. 3, 8. S.T. 24, 55. S.M. 8, 10, 12, 23, 58. W.W. 1:iii, xvi, 119, 154, 161, 173, 175.; 2:113. Ika. 148, 193. M.B. 8:110; 10:32, 44-45, 73-74, 79, 185, 239. Trans. IF:1; 7:9, 8:111; 19:521; 21:451; 30:51; 31:646; 32:294, 365; 36:17; 37:6-7, 25, 53; 38:150, 156-157, 227, 230; 40:186-187. VI. S. 2-16.
POAOne of the chiefs of the Ngati-Toa migration. J.P.S. 18:72, 134; 19:35, 38:172; 54:78; 68:270-271.A.H.M. 4:65. Trans. 5:62; 26:576.
PO AHURANGI One of the ages of darkness. J.P.S. 37:226.
PO AHURU One of the ages of darkness. J.P.S. 37:226.
POAI Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PO AIO One of the ages of darkness. J.P.S. 14:210; 22:200. M.B. 10:40. W.W. 2:82, 102.
POAI PAKEHA NIHA J.P.S. 114:75.
PO AKAA daughter of Te Rauparaha. A covering of the house. Wehi-nui-o-momoa. J.P.S. 18:134; 54:70-71, 77; 67:64; 68:270. A.H.M. 1:137; 4:72. Trans. 7:33; 26:576.
POAKAIA chief of Whenua-po-pa. J.P.S. 18:58, 66.
POAKA RORONgati-Toa Genealogy. A.H.M. 4:75.
POAKA TAHINorth Auckland Genealogy. J.P.S. 18:86.
POANANAA son of Rehua. J.P.S. 8:111. Trans. 40:209.
POANEU Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PO AOAO NUIAn age of darkness.J.P.S. 37:226. W.W. 1:99, 119. M.B. 10:47.
POARIWh. 179.
POARIKI Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
POA RONGOA place near Ranana. Wh. 54.
PO ARONUI One of the ages of darkness. J.P.S. 37:226.
POARU Settlement (1830-1880) southern Lake Taupo. J.P.S. 65:opp41.
POATA Male personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:64.
PO ATAHAE NUIToi Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:21.
PO ATAMAI One of the ages of darkness. J.P.S. 37:226.
POA TANIWHAA chief of Kura-whatia hapu. Wh. 88.
PO ATARAUAn age of darkness.J.P.S. 37:226. W.W. 1:100.
POATATEA Kahungunu Genealogy. J.P.S. 54:164.
POATAURI Kahungunu Genealogy. J.P.S. 54:164.
POA TAU TAHANGA Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 22:216, Table II; 26:152; 55:62. Trans. 48:437. W.W. 2: 95, 119,120 Table II.
POA TAWAA Whangaehu chief. Trans. 42:100.
POAUMaru-tuahu Genealogy. J.P.S. 67:64.A.H.M. 6:254.
POAWHAA ridge near Paekakariki. J.P.S. 27:65.
POE Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:68.
POENAMU Title of a book by John Logan Campbell.J.P.S. 49:552; 92:280-281.
POE NUITaranaki Genealogy. J.P.S. 17:16.
POE RUATrans. 6:296.
POEWA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PO HAERERangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:183, 187. Trans. 15:459.
PO HAHARangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 5:54; 6197.
PO HAKEREMythological Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:120.
POHANGINAA tributary of the Manawatu. J.P.S. 15:90; 25:1. Wh. 110. Trans. 2:200, 358; 14:442; 31:343; 39:18, 504; 42:97.
POHANIA name in a song. S.T. 184.
PO HAPARA Name of the night.J.P.S. 37:226.
POHARAMAAn Ati-Awa chief. J.P.S. 19:27, 59, 61, 103; 23:173. A.H.M. 5:73; 6:7, 105.
POHARAMA TE WHITI J.P.S. 52:134, 136.
POHATASouth Island Genealogy. S.D. 19. Trans. 10:88.
POHATUEast Coast Genealogy. Godfrey Pohatu, academic. Rev. T. Pohatu, member of the Polynesian Society. J.P.S. 4:18, 25; 6:180; 13:93; 29:192; 37:219; 61:168; 102:335;A.H.M. 3:220, 236-237. Trans. 10:73-74.
POHATUATORU Placename, Hawke's Bay. J.P.S. 55:19.
POHATU A WAHAA place near the source of the Mohaka. J.P.S. 25:112.
POHATU KOUKOUA South Island lake. S.D. 243.
POHATU NUIA pa at Wairoa, Hawke's Bay. J.P.S. 11:227; 13:13. Trans. 32:359.
POHATU PAREMOREMOMamaru Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:11; 31:193.
POHATU PARIMURIMUAn ancient South Island tribe. J.P.S. 24:108, 131; 31:195.
POHATUROA Pa (1830-1880) Waikato River, Lake Taupo.J.P.S. 65:opp41, 44.
POHATU RUAA hill near Atiamuri. J.P.S. 8:118; 10:46, 48; 13:2; 18:32, 215; 25:163; 32:129; 34:178-179. M.B. 6:16, 260. Trans. 34:71, 45:360.
POHATU WHAKAIRIA stone erected by crew of Tainui. A.H.M. 4:35.
POHAUA man killed by the monster, Meahu. J.P.S. 23:148; 31:114; 37:181-182, 201-202; 61:36.W.W. 2:173, 186.
POHAUTAOcean bay, Whare-kauri. J.P.S. 1:206.
POHAU TAKASouth Island Genealogy. J.P.S. 31:193.
POHENgati-Toa Genealogy. A.H.M. 4:68; 6:157.
POHEAA name in a song. Ngai-Tahu Genealogy. A.H.M. 3:158, 181, 287.
POHEHENgati-Kahungunu Genealogy. J.P.S. 13:165; 27:17.
PO HEIMAUAn incantation taught to Tawhaki. A.H.M. 1:66.
POHEKENAEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:25.
POHE KERERUWh. 117.
POHENEA A wife of Whare-matangi. J.P.S. 22:216. W.W. 2:119.
POHENIJ.P.S. 1:225.
POHEOA hapu of the Takitimu people. J.P.S. 21:106.
POHEPOHEA Ngati Haua Chief. J.P.S. 9:163; 17:198; 18:115; 21:102; 71:362, 373-374; 99:18-19, 34-35, 45, 130-131, 164-165.A.H.M. 5:243, 245; 6:1, 8.
POHE TE NGUU Crewman on Kupe's canoe.J.P.S. 66:219, 234.
POHEUA W.W. 2:88, 111. Po heuea?
PO HEUEA A man in Kupe's canoe. J.P.S. 22:126. W.W. 2:46, 62.
PO HEWANgati-Toa Genealogy. J.P.S. 55:235 Genealogy.A.H.M. 4:73.
POHIOA Hawke's Bay chief. J.P.S. 13:155.
POHIPIA Taupo chief. J.P.S. 26:74. A.H.M. 6:262. Trans. 5:4.
POHI TAKAA brother of Wiremu Kingi. J.P.S. 2:77.
POHIWAA niece of Rangihaeata. S.T. 179-180. See also Po-hewa.
POHOEast Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:29.
POHOARE Name of a patua. J.P.S. 37:13-14.
POHO A TE ATUAA canoe at Pigeon Bay. A.H.M. 3:281.
POHOIEar ornament made with bird feathers. J.P.S. 42:1 W.W. 2:126, 136.
POHOIKAChief of the Pananehu. J.P.S. 37:184-186, 205-206.
POHO I TAHIEast Coast Genealogy. A.H.M. 3:32.
POHO KERERUA design in the game of Whai. M.B. 8:44.
POHO KORUAA name in a proverb. J.P.S. 11:130, 152; 23:97. Trans. 38:172.
POHO KOTIA J.P.S. 6:64. Trans. 35:57.Another name for Warahoe.
POHO KURA A pa on the North bank of the Urenui. Maruiwi Genealogy. A place inland in Hawke's Bay. J.P.S. 17:8-11; 18:29, 115; 19:18, 109; 20:72, Table II; 22:162, 201-202, 216; 24:36, 49-50; 27:64; 37:193, 214; 41:215; 75:199.A.H.M. 3:75-78, 86; 6:176, 181. Ika. 253. M.B. 6:16, 162-164, 175-176, 242, 245; 7:275. Trans. 12:92; 15:449-450; 34:56; 41:274; 48:437, 439. W.W. 2:95, 120 Table II, 258, 272-273.
POHOKURA W.W. 2:69, 73, 83, 88, 102-103, 112, 119.
POHO MARENgai-Tahu Genealogy. A.H.M. 3:181.
POHO NUITrans. 40:487.
POHONUI A TANE W.W. 2:166.
POHO O HINEPAEA whare wananga. J.P.S. 103:115.W.W. 1:83.
POHO O MATAATUA Belly of the Mataatua people: Rua's house at Hokianga. J.P.S. 93:379.
POHO O MATEROA Meeting house at Whareponga. J.P.S.87:118.
POHO-O-PIKIHORO Meeting house, Takipu. J.P.S.108:249, 265.
POHO O POTIKIA meeting house at Ohaua-te-rangi. J.P.S. 34:279.
POHO O RAWIRI Meeting house and Marae, Kaiti, Gisborne. J.P.S. 105:20, 24; 108:246, 249-250, 256-258, 268-269, 272; 117:158, 251.
POHO O RUKUPO Carved house at Manutuke, Gisborne. J.P.S. 57:39; 108:250, 270.
POHO O TAHU J.P.S. 114:294-296.
POHO O TAIKAWAA small range near Mount Hakataramea. J.P.S. 25:89.
POHO O TAIREAA small island near Stewart Island. J.P.S. 25:10.
POHO O TAMATEAA peak at Rapaki bay. J.P.S. 30:150.
POHO O TAURU School of learning at Kautuku. J.P.S. 59:281, 284.
POHO O TE AOTAWAIRANGI Meeting house at Waima. J.P.S. 87:118.
POHO O TUTAKI An ancient Ngati-Mamoe pa. J.P.S. 24:52. W.W. 2:260, 275.
POHOROA Ngati Porou Genealogy. J.P.S. 59:286.
POHO ROERAA battle where Ngati-Ira were beaten. J.P.S. 3:219.
POHO TIRAHAA Ngati-Raukawa chief. A.H.M. 6:35.
POHO UMAUMAA clan of Ngati-Raunuku. J.P.S. 20:25, 31.
POHOU NUIA name in a child's song. M.B. 8:64.
POHOU ROAA name in a child's song. M.B. 8:64.
POHO WERAA Ngati-Mamoe chief. J.P.S. 28:48; 91:56.
POHUNgati-Maru Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:48; 26:75.
POHUE An old pa on the north bank of the Puniu stream. A pa at Te Whaiti. A place on the Napier-Taupo road. J.P.S. 2:204; 11:138; 12:145; 13:155; 16:70; 18:126; 21:86; 23:171; 25:109; 26:68; 30:156; 43:Mem 10:285; 47:174;49:600; 79:435. A.H.M. 4:87. S.D. 290. Wh. 155. Trans. 9:569; 16:348, 353; 18:124-126; 19:297, 300; 20:210; 42:93, 108, 113; 43:289-290; 46:345. W.W. 2:166.
POHUEHUEOrigin of the Aka. J.P.S. 16:112.
POHUE NUINorth Auckland Genealogy. J.P.S. 18:86.
POHUE TANGEHEA Ngati-Tuirirangi Pa. J.P.S. 17:119.
POHUE WAHAROAA kumara brought over on the Horouta. A.H.M. 3:70.
POHUHU A learned tohunga of Wairarapa. J.P.S. 22:21, 141; 36:201; 55:54, 58; 79:24-27, 30, 33, 36-37, 40; 103:121, 123, 125, 152-153, 157-158. A.H.M. 6:250, 253. W.W. 1:98, 115, 158. W.W. 2:163, 177-179, 199, 217.
POHUITrans. 15:330; 16:208; 18:327-343, 368-374; 20:297-301; 22:424; 23:341-353, 631; 27:455-456; 29:547; 32:186, 397-398; 37:436. See also Pohue.
POHUKURA Father of Kairakau. J.P.S. 93:310.
POHURA Edward Pohura Ellison, Leader. J.P.S. 105:331
POHURI Genealogy for guardian animals of the Maori, affiliated to the hapu Uri-o-Hikihiki J.P.S. 72:404.
POHUTEOA place at Rotorua. Trans. 3:8.
POHUTUA man murdered by Ngati-Apa. A geyser at Rotorua. J.P.S. 24:129; 55:23. W.W. 1:119. Trans. 9:28; 24:579, 583.
POHUTUKAWAA name for the world. Name for a plantation. J.P.S. 11:12; 12:198. A.H.M. 3:1; 4:29. M.B. 9:53, 55. Trans. 14:36, 38; 32:297.
POHUTU WAIA Rangitane pa. J.P.S. 15:90-91.
POI Male and female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64, 68; 81:166.W.W. 2:83, 231, 244.
POIHA Dog belonging to Hoterene Tawatawa. J.P.S. 72:404-406, 409.
POIHAKENAName of a battle. A.H.M. 5:253.
POIHIPI J.P.S. 61:168.M.B. 6:283.
POIHIPI KOHERE Cleric (Canon). J.P.S. 61:164.
POIHIPI TUKAIRANGI Ngati Tuwharetoa Chief. J.P.S. 78:535; 106:341-342.
PO I HURIMythological Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:142.
PO IKAJ.P.S. 24:82.
PO I KAKAIMythological Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:142.
POIKEA man killed by Tutekawa at Wairarapa. A poor woman killed by Tutekawa. J.P.S. 27:58, 59; 38:156; 54:34; 66:5-6.
PO I KEUMythological Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:142.
PO I MATAUAn age of darkness. J.P.S. 14:210. M.B. 10:40.
PO I MAUIAn age of darkness. J.P.S. 14:210. M.B. 10:40.
POINGATuwharetoa Genealogy. J.P.S. 59:72.Trans. 15:438, 444.
POIPOI Male and female personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:64.
POIRANGI Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
PO I RAROAn age of darkness. J.P.S. 14:210. M.B. 10:40.
PO I RUNGAAn age of darkness. J.P.S. 14:210. M.B. 10:40.
PO I TAKATAKAMythological Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:142.
POITI Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:64.
POITO Toi-te-huatahi Genealogy. J.P.S. 24:30; 52:202; 59:68 Genealogy. W.W. 2:172, 251.
POITO KINOAti-Awa Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:213.
POITO O TE KUPENGAPassage rock, Cape Colville. J.P.S. 2:222, 234.
POITUA chief of Ngati-Kaitangata. J.P.S. 24:78.
POIWAKAA name in an oriori. J.P.S. 15:188.
POKAA chief of Ati-awa. A Ngati-Tuwharetoa chief. J.P.S. 11:48; 60:104-105. A.H.M. 1:60; 3:75. Trans. 15:449; 42:93.
POKA HOUA pa near Kaiapohia. J.P.S. 24:84; 31:10; 35:243; 38:171.
POKAINgati-Porou Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:229; 4:18-28; 20:109-111; 31:43; 33:134-135; 61:37; 67:64; 87:118. Wh. 267.
POKAIAMataatua Genealogy. A chief of Ngapuhi. Uncle of Hone Heke. J.P.S. 3:49; 8:148-163; 47:164-166, 173-175, opp 176, 178, 180; 61:37; 67:64; 87:118. Trans. 28:45.
POKAI AKATEAA name in a song. J.P.S. 14:136, 140.
POKAIA NARIATA Inland Patea Genealogy through to Moawhango. J.P.S. 59:68 Genealogy.
POKAI ATUAWhanganui Genealogy. Wh. 40 Genealogy.
POKAIKAHA Tu-te-miha's canoe. J.P.S. 102:69.
POKAI KAHUName of a canoe. J.P.S. 13:160. Trans. 42:91.
POKAI TAKATAKAA great feast held in Hawke's Bay. J.P.S. 15:87.
POKAI TARAA chief of Kaiapoi. Ngati-Toa Genealogy. J.P.S. 9:89; 10:90, 95, 130; 16:226; 18:62, 106, 117, 162, 200-201; 59:64 Genealogy, 66. A.H.M. 4:66-70; 6:67, 79-81, 106-115. M.B. 4:193. Trans. 5:66, 74, 76; 24:508; 42:106.

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