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Index of Māori Names: Pueru to Purere Kohu


Compiled by Henry James Fletcher


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PUERU A man who killed a great eel at Lake Te Anau. J.P.S. 21:147.
PUERUA A stream in Otago. J.P.S. 31:155; 16:484, 490.
PUERU MAKU Name of a battle. J.P.S. 3:215, 217; 10:145-146; 27:20. M.B. 6:104. Trans. 48:432.
PUETO A tributary of the Waikato. Trans. 43:295-296; 47:21.
PUETUATERANGI Kupe Genealogy. Ngati Pariri Genealogy. J.P.S. 55:74.
PUHA Ngati-Toa Genealogy. Whanganui Genealogy. Place name, East Coast. J.P.S. 32:39-43; 55:77; 72:411; 66:84, 96; 93:376. A.H.M. 4:85, 89; 6:254. Wh. 23. M.B. 6:138.
PUHAANGA Hoturoa/Tuhianga-Houmea-Puhaanga genealogies. J.P.S. 65:54 Genealogies I & III; 66:251; 67:45-46.
PUHAHANA A stone of the Takuahi. J.P.S. 33:157.
PUHAIMUA Nga-Rauru Genealogy. J.P.S. 7:40, 205; 16:181; 53:110 Genealogy; 55:59, 67. Trans. 48:430.
PUHAINA J.P.S. 29:196.
PUHAKA NUI A name in a song. J.P.S. 16:57.
PUHANGA A TAI Kupe Genealogy. Ngati Pariri Genealogy. J.P.S. 55:74.
PUHANGA MATA A name in an incantation. A.H.M. 5:87.
PUHANGA TOHORA Hill on the Ngapuhi boundary line. Mis-spelling of Puhangatohoraka. J.P.S. 109:363-364.
PUHANGO A.H.M. 1:97.
PUHAO A descendant of Tama-te-ra. A.H.M. 6:249.
PUHAO RANGI An ancestor of Ngatoro-i-rangi. J.P.S. 4:41; 8:108, 120; 14:209; 16:45, 51, 181-182; 23:101; 59:73; 75:198; 103:164. A.H.M. 4:25; 6:199, 217. S.M. 13, 15. W.W. 1: xiv, 116, 129, 158. M.B. 10:62, 69, 119. Trans. 34:36; 37:128; 38:161.
PUHA O RAROHENGA A son of Whakaru-au-moko. W.W. 1:148. M.B. 10:71.
PUHAO TE RANGI Inland Patea Genealogy. J.P.S. 59:73 Genealogy.
PUHARA A Hawke's Bay chief. Elevated platform in a Pa. J.P.S. 38:171. Trans. 19:144; 24:534.
PUHARA HAWAIKI Ngati-Kahungunu Genealogy. J.P.S. 9:73, 84.
PUHARATAIKO A tree. J.P.S. 38:172
PUHA RAUKENA Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 23:Genealogy 5.
PUHA RAU NUI A wife of Toroa of Mataatua. J.P.S. 2:206; 23:43.
PUHATA A Hauraki chief. J.P.S. 8:180, 184; 99:84.
PUHATA TEKA Follower of Rua; wife of Paetawa Miki. J.P.S. 92:368, 371, 381.
PUHA TE RANGI J.P.S. 2:230, 247.
PUHATU Ngatipaoa Chief. J.P.S. 71:374.
PUHAU A name in a song. A.H.M. 3:105.
PUHA URE ROA A wife of Taranui-o-matenga. A.H.M. 3:140-141. Trans. 13:49, 51.
PUHEKE A place near Lake Ohia. Trans. 46:6.
PUHETI Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 23:Genealogy 5.
PUHI Eponymous ancestor of Ngapuhi. Nurse or attendant. Brother of Toroa. Name of a chief. J.P.S. 2:230, 247; 3:60-70; 4:182; 7:30-33; 8:55, 118, 202, 206, 212; 9:5-6, 15, 30, 32, 36; 10:29, 34, 38; 11:64, 66; 12:67, 127; 22:Table I; 23:125; 24:8, 99; 35:6; 37:365; 38:169; 47:170, 180; 49:600; 51:20 Genealogy; 52:16-17; 54:164, 199-201, 203, 211; 55:68; 58:70 Genealogy; 59:345; 66:227, 229, 231, 243, 246-247, 256; 71:297; 75:196; 79:297, 299-300; 82:344; 92:52; 103:144. Wh. 11. M.B. 7:41; 10:126. A.H.M. 5:102, 157, 180; 6:137. Trans. 15:425; 34:86; 35:65; 40:216. VI. S. 3-7, 17-18, 29, 39. W.W. 2:80, 120 Table I, 171, 234.see also Tapuhi.
PUHIAArawa Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:242.
PUHI AITUA place in Hawaiki. W.W. 1:99.
PUHIAKAPUA pa at Te Whaiti. J.P.S. 11:68.
PUHIANU Kurahaupo Genealogy. J.P.S. 66:252.
PUHIARAHIA Kurahaupo Genealogy. J.P.S. 66:252.
PUHI ARAURU Mamaru Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:11, 14; 7:40; 53:110 Genealogy.
PUHI ARIKI A name in song. One of the crew of Te Aratawhao. Upper feathers attached to a canoe. J.P.S. 16:43; 38:169; 75:203-204, 208. M.B. 7:102; 38:169. Trans. 37:133.
PUHI AWE Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 25:37; 55:163; 65:54 Genealogy VIII. Trans. 32:365.
PUHI HAERE A tribe supposed to have come in Mataatua. J.P.S. 27:143.
PUHI HIHI A chief of Kaihu. J.P.S. 8:147, 152.
PUHI HUIA A famous beauty of Mt. Eden. J.P.S. 42:11; 49:478-480; 75:183, 186; 83:Mem 40:38; 84:Mem 40:64. A.H.M. 4:116, 168. P.M. 188-171. VI. S. 78, 86.
PUHI ITI Maui-potiki Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:182.
PUHI KAI ARIKI One of the Ngapuhi ancestors. J.P.S. 2:213, 216; 3:11; 7:40; 12:67; 14:135, 139; 17:5, 103; 24:105; 31:193, 196; 53:110 Genealogy; 75:196, 204; 82:344. A.H.M. 3:196. Trans. 10:64, 88 Genealogy; 12:164. VI. S. 18, 29.
PUHI KAI NAONAO A Tuhoe atua. J.P.S. 13:216.
PUHI KA NAWANAWA Mamaru Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:11; 24:105; 31:193, 196. A.H.M. 3:196. Trans. 10:64, 88 Genealogy; 12:164.
PUHI KERERU A mountain in Pelorus Sound. J.P.S. 2:147, 150.
PUHI MAAKU Name of lower plume at the bow of Kupe's canoe. J.P.S. 66:221, 237.
PUHI MANATU South Island Genealogy. J.P.S. 31:193.
PUHI MANAWA RUA Ngapuhi Genealogy. J.P.S. 7:40.
PUHI MAROKE Name of upper plume at the bow of Kupe's canoe. J.P.S. 66:221, 237.
PUHI MATUA A tribe supposed to have come in Mataatua. J.P.S. 27:143.
PUHI MAU A tribe supposed to have come in Mataatua. J.P.S. 27:143.
PUHI MOANA ARIKI One of the Ngapuhi ancestors. Lower feathers attached to a canoe. J.P.S. 2:231, 248; 3:49; 7:40; 8:151; 12:54; 17:103; 18:86; 19:91; 31:193; 38:169; 41:260; 66:227-229, 231, 243-244, 246-247; 75:196, 204. M.B. 7:102. VI. S. 11, 27, 29.
PUHINA Taranaki Genealogy. Flowers of Cordyline. J.P.S. 17:75, 134; 38:169.
PUHINGA East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 5:2; 6:186; 38:169.
PUHINUI A former round hut horticultural district of Auckland. J.P.S. 95:95.
PUHI O AOTEA RATAHI Member of the Ratana church. J.P.S. 79:Mem. 37:21.
PUHI O RAKAIORA An ancestor of Ngapuhi. J.P.S. 31:195.
PUHI O TIRITIRI O MATANGI A well-regarded woman of Tiritiri Matangi. J.P.S. 103:142.
PUHIPI A Rarawa chief. J.P.S. 5:5; 17:18; 18:86; 25:66. VI. S. 22, 45.
PUHI POTIKI Ngapuhi Genealogy. J.P.S. 7:40; 9:203, .218; 16:206.
PUHIPUHI Tamatekapua Genealogy. A forest north of Whangarei. J.P.S. 2:227, 241-242; 4:182. S.D. 94 Table B. Trans. 10:88 Genealogy; 25:439, 559; 28:746; 31:141, 473; 39:448; 40:275; 41:106; 42:616; 44:16; 48:52.
PUHI RAKA J.P.S. 13:5.
PUHI RAKE Name of a fort of the Upoko rehe people. J.P.S. 36:348, 362.M.B. 6:84.
PUHI RAKERAKE A place in Hawaiki. W.W. 1:99.
PUHI RANGI A pa near Karaka Bay, Wellington. J.P.S. 28:112-113, 173; 36:337-338, 351-352.
PUHI RANGIRANGI A chief of the land of Uru. J.P.S. 32:13; 36:334, 349.
PUHIRA TAHI Toi Genealogy. J.P.S. 24:30. W.W. 2:251.
PUHI RAU J.P.S. 28:46.
PUHIRA WAHO A chief of Ngati-Amaru. J.P.S. 18:106; 49:158. A.H.M. 5:174.
PUHI RERE Mamaru Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:11; 15:74; 24:99, 105; 28:193; 66:252. A.H.M. 3:278-279, 288. S.D. 98.
PUHI RIKI A Nga-Rauru chief. Wh. 59.
PUHI RUA A place near Rotorua. J.P.S. 8:179-185; 10:48; 17:224-225; 26:67; 66:180; 94:98; 99:12-13, 30-31, 36-37, 40-41, 51. A.H.M. 5:186, 247. S.M. 72. W.W. 1:157, 158.
PUHI TAHI Ngati-Kahungunu Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:177, 179, 229.
PUHI TANIWHA RAU Mataatua Genealogy. Ngapuhi Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:49; 7:40; 47:169.
PUHI TATU Follower of Rua, daughter of Tatu Horopapera and wife of Whatu. J.P.S. 92:355, 357, 381, 388; 93:360, 376. see also Materoa Tatu.
PUHI TAU Emblematic name for winds. W.W. 1:116.
PUHI TE AEWA J.P.S. 66:230, 246.
PUHI TE KAWAI An early Hawaiki people associated with the Takitimu canoe. J.P.S. 59:344.
PUHI TUNUI Kaikoura Genealogy. Ngai Tahu Genealogy. J.P.S. 54:164.
PUHI TUROA Kaikoura Genealogy. Ngai Tahu Genealogy.J.P.S. 54:164.
PUHI WAERO South Cape. J.P.S. 28:158.
PUHI WAAHINE J.P.S. 78:382.
PUHI WAHINE Ngati-Mahuta Genealogy.Poetess (1816-1906). J.P.S. 71:290-291. A.H.M. 4:66. M.B. 8:56.
PUHI WAKA J.P.S. 67:65.
PUHI WHAKAAWE One of the crew of Takitimu. J.P.S. 23:29, 113, 199-215. M.B. 7:287; 10:136. W.W. 2:188, 192-195, 199, 203-206, 210, 212-213, 217, 223, 242.
PUHI WHANAKE One of the crew of Takitimu. J.P.S. 23:29-33, 124, 199-205; 24:13-16; 27:1. M.B. 7:287; 10:136. W.W. 2:188-189, 193-194, 205-206, 212-213, 228-230, 239, 241-242.
PUHOI A stream near Mahurangi. J.P.S. 10:83-84; 27:87. Trans. 30:43; 37:419; 41:236; 95:299, 301. VI. S. 98-99.
PUHOU Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:182; 8:121; 23:51, 85, Genealogies 3, 6, 7, 11 & 12; 24:136; 25:107-108.
PUHOU MEA A name in a fire-walking ceremony. J.P.S. 33:151. M.B. 10:200.
PUHUE J.P.S. 13:17.
PUHUNGA A place near Hikurangi Mountain. Trans. 30:422-423, 429.
PUIA A pa at Whakarewa. An island in Rotomahana. A spring at Rotorua. Ngati-Ruanui Genealogy. Tuhoe Genealogy. Daughter of Rua Kenana. J.P.S. 2:159; 16:78; 17:136; 19:91; 23:47, 48, 88-89, Genealogies 5, 9 & 12; 27:85; 59:286 Genealogy; 67:65, 214, 236; 87:120; 91:57, 63; 92:3. A.H.M. 4:108. P.M. 115. Trans. 15:386; 24:580; 39:171.
PUIA ITI A.H.M. 3:267.
PUIAKI Kupe Genealogy.J.P.S. 55:62, 74.
PUIA MANUKA A pa that belonged to Ngati-Hauiti. A.H.M. 3:156.
PUIA NUKU Mythological Genealogy. Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:143. Trans. 40:236; 41:243, 250.
PUIA RANGI Mythological Genealogy. J.P.S. 16:143.
PUIA TORO An ancestor of Paoa. J.P.S. 7:113.
PUIA TUAWA A Taranaki chief. J.P.S. 18:5.
PUIA WHAKAARI White Island, Bay of Plenty. A.H.M. 2:88; 5:201. Trans. 37:456.
PUIHI Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 11:74; 23:Genealogy 5; 61:38; 67:68; 113:198-199. Trans. 35:84.
PUINGA Kaikoura Genealogy. Ngai Tahu Genealogy. J.P.S. 54:164.
PUI NUI Turi Genealogy. P.M. 114.
PU ITI Tuhoe Genealogy. A chief killed at Whanganui. A Chief in the Waimarino district.J.P.S. 23:48; 37:15; 38:156. Wh. 85-86.
PUKA Tangata whenua Genealogy. Toi Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:279; 8:120, 150, 151; 22:Genealogy 1; 38:171; 59:64 Genealogy; 67:68. Trans. 30:35; 37:133.
PUKAHA Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 8:122; 11:74; 13:14; 22:Genealogy 1; 23:84, 165, Genealogy 11; 46:90. M.B. 8:107.
PUKAHA TAHURI (f) Follower of Rua. J.P.S. 92:381
PUKAHOU A Ngati-Tuwharetoa chief. J.P.S. 25:34.
PUKAHU Whanganui Genealogy. A place in Hawke's Bay. J.P.S. 13:93. Trans. 20:289; 37:434, 442.
PUKA HUANGA RAU East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:215.
PUKAI Female personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:68.
PUKAIAHUA Kaikoura Genealogy. Ngai Tahu Genealogy. J.P.S. 54:164.
PUKAI A TE AO A chief of Purakanui. S.D. 121.
PUKAI MATAI A pa on the Whanganui. Wh. 30.
PUKAINGATARU Land block, Maketu. J.P.S. 94:109.
PUKAI URE NUI East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:214.
PUKAKA Marsland hill, New Plymouth. J.P.S. 2:180, 184; 16:126; 17:139, 181, 185, 200, 205; 19:26, 36; 27:71. Trans. 37:212-213; 38:203.
PUKAKA NUI A Rangitane chief. J.P.S. 24:52.
PUKAKI A lake in The South Island. Creek, Manukau Harbour. J.P.S. 27:142; 34:279; 47:127-128; 52:198; 67:232; 91:54; 105:435; 106:331, 345; 109:359; 111:89-90. A.H.M. 5:117. S.D. 198. Trans. 3:254; 5:395; 6:312, 316, 327; 10:482; 16:429-436; 17:173; 24:413; 28:535; 32:178; 38:118; 40:20, 30; 42:336, 597-598; 48:138.
PUKAKANUI W.W. 2:259, 274.
PUKAKARAKA Place name. J.P.S. 93:266.
PUKA O TE WAKA An ancient name for Stewart Island. Trans. 38:120.
PUKAPUKA Island in the Northern Cook Group. J.P.S. 14:97; 39:161, 222, 225; 42:224; 47:136-137; 51:198, 218-219, 257, 260-261, 276, 278, 280, 285-286; 52:86, 156, 214-215; 55:124, 137, 139; 56:279; 58:60; 60:80; 66:24; 68:14-19, 255-256, 258, 290, 308-310; 70:3-4, 6-7, 12, 71, 103, 148, 168; 71:Mem 34:33,119, 122-125, 129, 135, 151; 75:110-111, 115; 78:118-119; 83:305; 103:145-146; 108:421.
PUKAPUKA TAWITIWITI A.H.M. 3:181.
PU KARAMEA Trans. 9:567.
PU KAREAO A valley in Tuhoe land. J.P.S. 7:237; 11:16; 15:186; 23:51. Trans. 30:34; 38:219, 222; 40:191; 42:456-477.
PUKAREHU A South Island chief. J.P.S. 28:159.
PUKARU East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:214; 6:178, 182, 183; 14:71; 55:69, 165.
PUKA TAHI Mamaru Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:12.
PUKATEA A fight between Ngapuhi and Ngati-Maru at Kopu. A.H.M. 3:290; 5:109. VI. S. 101, 102.
PUKATEA WAINUI An ancient canoe. J.P.S. 12:128. M.B. 7:281, 291.
PUKATO Ngati Pariri Genealogy. J.P.S. 55:53.
PUKAU Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:68.
PUKAUAE Ngati-Tama-te-ra Genealogy. Ngati-Rarua Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:225; 17:135; 50:171 Genealogy; 65:54 Genealogy VII; 67:51. A.H.M. 4:105.
PUKAWA A pa on the edge of Lake Taupo. Place name, Lake Taupo. J.P.S. 16:130; 25:112, 153, 156, 158; 26:93, 184; 27:41, 214; 29:160; 42:10; 55:64; 65:41, 43; 88:200; 89:333-334. 93:361, 380; 114:142; 117:8; 118:237, 253. M.B. 5:38; 6:76. Ika. 564, 567. Trans. 2:356; 5:6.
PUKAWA O REREAO Trans. 15:440. Full name of Pukawa.
PUKE A pa in the Bay of Plenty. Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:109, 207, 227, 228, 235-250; 8:56; 9:5; 14:71, 81; 16:181; 17: 224, 228; 18:167; 23:Genealogy 13; 32:122-123; 39:85, 199; 41:258-259; 46:Mem 14:27, 32; 49:520; 51:20 Genealogy; 54:201; 56:332; 59:338, 344; 61:172; 78:98; 99:26-27, 38-39, 52; 112:420. Wh. 130-131. A.H.M. 4:64; 6:35, 89. Trans. 5:84; 19:351, 354, 467, 577; 39:249; 40:492; 48:311. VI. S. 47, 73.
PUKE AHAU Old name of Karihi-tangata. M.B. 2:60.
PUKE AHU Mount Cook, Te Aro, Wellington. J.P.S. 26:166; 27:171.
PUKE AHUA A pa on the Turakina river. Trans. 42:112.
PUKE AKE Ngatoro-i-rangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:239.
PUKE AMARU A hill near East Cape. J.P.S. 20:29.
PUKEAMOAMOA Place name, Taranaki. J.P.S. 84:125. see also Pukeamoa.
PUKE ARENGA A pa in Taranaki. J.P.S. 19:36.
PUKE ARIKI A pa in Taranaki. J.P.S. 2:180-185; 17:12-13, 139, 177-180, 186, 188, 201-207; 19:26-37; 23:173; 36:239, 241, 249-251, 258; 114:289. P.M. 182. Wh. 56-62, 155. M.B. 9:109. Trans. 37:212-213.
PUKE ARUHE A pa in Taranaki. J.P.S. 1:90; 2:183; 14:98; 16:80, 121-125, 151; 17:6, 138-139, 182, 194; 18:26, 210; 20:75; 24:49-50; 33:340; 37:262; 43:212, 215; 48:117; 105:442, 454 A.H.M. 4:168; 6:4. P.M. 123. Wh. 119. M.B. 6:139, 147, 211.W.W. 2:258, 272.
PUKE ATEA WAINUI P.M. 76. See also Pukatea-wainui.
PUKE ATUA A pa near Wellington. Place name, Cape Palliser area. J.P.S. 10:148, 154-155; 27:166; 49:474-475; 105:275. Trans. 32:351.
PUKE HAMOAMOA A place in Hawke's Bay. Trans. 27:154; 42:86.
PUKE HAPOPO A hill in Rarotonga. J.P.S. 1:61; 14:117; 22:197; 36:132. A.H.M. 3:34-35, 40, 45. M.B. 7:276. Trans. 45:359; 48:451. W.W. 2:78, 98, 194, 212.
PUKE HAUKEA A man killed near the mouth of the Waitaki. J.P.S. 28:154.
PUKE HAUONE A name in a poem. Personal name.J.P.S. 16:45, 56; 38:265.
PUKE HAUPAPA An old name for Taranaki. J.P.S. 16:144.
PUKE HE A pa at New Plymouth. J.P.S. 2:180; 17:200.
PUKE HIKA An old pa nearly opposite Hiruharama. J.P.S. 67:58.Wh. 33, 55-56, 125, 309-318. M.B. 3:14, 23-36, 51-52, 57, 70. Trans. 42:40, 46.
PUKE HINA An old pa eastward of Maketu. Place name, Bay of Plenty. J.P.S. 2:43, 47-48, 112-113, 243; 57:38; 82:140. A.H.M. 5:235. S.T. 178.
PUKEHINA PATAKA J.P.S. 98:164.
PUKE HINAU J.P.S. 11:136; 13:17; 27:170; 54:160-161.
PUKE HIWI A hill in the Moawhango valley. Trans. 42:354.
PUKE HIWITAHIHorse Range, South Island. J.P.S. 29:131.
PUKE HOKIOPa at Oparure, King Country. J.P.S. 48:130.
PUKE HOREA Ngati-Ruapani chief. A place near Whangara, Hawaiki. J.P.S. 1:61. A.H.M. 3:33, 34. Trans. 42:458.
PUKE HORO KATOA A pa about a mile east of Awhitu. VI. S. 86.
PUKE HOU A pa at Nukutaurua. A place near Napier. J.P.S. 23:221-225; 24:77, 80, 122; 26:163-165; 55:15; 65:41; 78:393; 105:345; 108:37. A.H.M. 3:75, 145. Trans. 15:450; 25:427-428; 42:109-110.
PUKE HOUA Mount Pirongia. J.P.S. 14:97.
PUKE HUHU A peak on the Waitakere range. J.P.S. 30:165, 169; 64:312.
PUKE HUIA A pa in the Tuhoe country. J.P.S. 10:41-42.
PUKEI Descendant of Hoturoa. J.P.S. 59:374.
PUKE I AHUA A name of Rangi-ita at Taupo. A Karakia. J.P.S. 12:69; 25:155; 27:85.
PUKE I APOA J.P.S. 12:69.
PUKE IKA A pa on the Whanganui. J.P.S. 14:135; 67:58.
PUKE I RANGIPO Hill pa at Rangipo. J.P.S. 54:198.
PUKE ITI A fort at Horowhenua. J.P.S. 37:459; 51:183; 70:467. M.B. 6:265.
PUKE IWI TAHI A hill at Shag Point, Otago. Trans. 36:415; 37:492; 43:382.
PUKE KAHU A pa below Galatea, Rangitaiki. J.P.S. 6:59; 12:201; 17:7; 26:182; 42:Mem 10:241; 106:341.
PUKE KAIHAU A battle fought at Waipukurau. J.P.S. 9:137, 141. A.H.M. 5:182.
PUKE KAI KAHU A battle fought near Lake Rere-whakaitu. J.P.S. 6:42, 45, 52-57; 11:38, 57-58, 133, 143, 223; 15:10; 106:340, 347. Trans. 38:186; 42:457.
PUKE KAI KIORE A ridge on Tongariro. Trans. 24:609, 616.
PUKE KAKA MARU A Ngati-Maru pa at Waitara. J.P.S. 18:29.
PUKE KAKARIKI A Taranaki pa. M.B. 6:278.
PUKE KAREA A cliff near North Cape. Trans. 29:353, 366.
PUKE KARI RUA A pa near Mokau. J.P.S. 17:7. M.B. 6:211.
PUKE KARITO A pa on the Wai-iti stream Taranaki. J.P.S. 17:10.
PUKE KARORO A pa at Nukutaurua. Place name, Manukau Harbour. J.P.S. 9:77; 10:21, 25, 26, 40-43; 13:2, 78; 47:127; 50:123, 130-131; 94:14. M.B. 6:121.
PUKE KAURI A hill on the Moehau range. J.P.S. 32:41.
PUKE KAWA Auckland Domain. J.P.S. 8:218; 82:413; 99:168-169, 176-177.
PUKEKE Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:65.
PUKE KI HIKURANGI Maori newspaper. J.P.S. 102:58, 64.
PUKE KI MAHURANGI An Ati-Awa chief. J.P.S. 18:111; 19:59.
PUKE KI TAURANGA A.H.M. 1:65.
PUKE KI WHAUWHAU A.H.M. 4:84.
PUKE KIORE A pa at Waiapu. M.B. 6:67.
PUKEKO Ngati-Pukeko Genealogy. Bird. J.P.S. 1:226; 7:125, 238; 10:86; 11:14, 48; 23:44-46, Genealogy 6; 29:40; 42:5; 66:262 Genealogy. Wh. 18, 65. Trans. 42:84.
PUKE KOHATU A pa on the Wai-o-ngana, Taranaki. J.P.S. 17:144-145, 208; 19:25. A.H.M. 4:75.
PUKE KOHE A pa near Waitara. North Auckland Genealogy. A hill south of the Manukau. J.P.S. 9:89; 18:86, 106-107; 64:254; 71:258-259. M.B. 6:249. Trans. 11:463; 13:440; 14:555; 15:285, 289; 32:351; 47:90; 48:214.
PUKE KOHU Trans. 39:505-508.
PUKE KOIKOI A hill on the Whanganui. J.P.S. 16:150.
PUKE KOKAKO A Taranaki pa. J.P.S. 18:178.
PUKEKOOWHATU A chief from Motueka. J.P.S. 68:273-274.
PUKEKOROKORO A hill on the Hauraki Gulf. J.P.S. 58:70-71, 74. See also Pukorokoro.
PUKE KOTUKU A hill in Hawke's Bay. Trans. 20:228.
PUKE KO WHAI A headland pa north of Anawhata. J.P.S. 64:311.
PUKE KO WHATARANGI One of Turi's dogs. J.P.S. 9:202, 217.
PUKEKO WHATAWHATA A RANGI Name of a dogskin mat in the baling area of the Aotea canoe. J.P.S. 44:36.
PUKE KO WHIWHI A hill in the Kaipara. Trans. 28:44.
PUKE KUMARA A Nga-potiki pa. M.B. 6:284.
PUKE KUMUKUMU A name in a song. A.H.M. 3:158.
PUKE KURA A stream at New Plymouth. A Ngai-Tahu pa. Pa site, Otago.J.P.S. 2:183; 9:69, 79; 17:204; 21:176-177; 25:15-16, 58, 65, 89; 31:144; 42:62; 105:442. A.H.M. 3:165-169, 176, 223, 226, 234, 260. Trans. 10:72, 90; 31:24; 42:115.
PUKE KURI A hill near Taradale. Trans. 19:445-446; 22:428.
PUKE MAEROERO Hills behind Waikouaiti. J.P.S. 28:212-213.
PUKE MAHOATA Tane Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:140.
PUKE MAIRE J.P.S. 11:153; 14:175; 62:390; 87:118. M.B. 6:119.
PUKE MANUKA A Ngati-Ira pa. A.H.M. 3:156.
PUKE MAPAU A hill in Ngati-Maniapoto country. Ika. 461. Trans. 22:73.
PUKE MAPO A pa on the Whanganui. Wh. 110.
PUKE MAPOU A hill in South Hawke's Bay. J.P.S. 24:82. Trans. 27:231.
PUKE MATAI A pa at Poverty Bay. M.B. 6:139. Trans. 42:461.
PUKE MIRO A hill near Kaitaia. Trans. 47:46.
PUKE MOA A hill in Taranaki. J.P.S. 14:67.
PUKE MOKI A.H.M. 5:157.
PUKE MOKIMOKI A hill in Napier. J.P.S. 55:154.
PUKE MOMA A hill near Ranana, Whanganui. Wh. 101.
PUKE MORE A Ngati-Ira pa. A.H.M. 3:156. P.M. 180.
PUKE NAMU Rutland Stockade, Whanganui. J.P.S. 8:228; 10:157, 159; 17:11; 18:37; 19:54-57; 27:42; 67:65. Wh. 149-153, 333.
PUKENGAKI Place name, Wairarapa. J.P.S. 102:40, 52.
PUKE NIKAU J.P.S. 21:86.
PUKE NOANOA A place in Hawke's Bay. J.P.S. 18:166.
PUKE NUI A pa in Tuhoe near Ohaua-te-rangi. A hill near Lake Mapere. J.P.S. 6:60; 8:210; 9:48, 56, 67, 77; 16:45; 27:16, 42; 103:120, 146; 111:324-325. Ika. 288, 449. A.H.M. 3:283. Trans. 10:57; 38:232.
PUKE NUI A PAPA A mound formed by Tiki. J.P.S. 7:241; 8:116; 10:18. M.B. 10:74, 30. Trans. 38:151.
PUKE NUI O HOTU A place in the heavens. A.H.M. 1:37.
PUKE NUI PAPA A place in the heavens. A.H.M. 1:37.
PUKE NUI TAURANGA A place in the heavens. A.H.M. 1:37.
PUKE OI Sheep station, Patearoa, Otago. J.P.S. 61:132.
PUKE O KAHU A hill near Moawhango. J.P.S. 14:99; 27:64. Ika. 253. A.H.M. 3:77, 86. Trans. 20:317; 42:77, 79.
PUKE O NAKI An old name for Taranaki. J.P.S. 16:144. P. 88-89. Trans. 1E:20; 8:378; 24:609; 40:282; 43:239.
PUKE ONGAONGA An island in Foveaux St. Trans. 48:244.
PUKE O PAPA O TUANUKU J.P.S. 16:54.
PUKE O TAHINGA A name in a song. A.H.M. 4:172.
PUKE O TAKA Trans. 26:407. See also Puke-o-toka.
PUKE O TIPUA J.P.S. 2:182; 17:204.
PUKE O TOKA A hill near Miranda. Trans. 21:413.
PUKE O TU J.P.S. 7:131.
PUKE PANGO A pa in the Taiamai district. J.P.S. 66:75. M.B. 6:180, 191.
PUKE PAPA A name in a pepeha. A name on Whanganui boundary. J.P.S. 23:163. Wh. 322.
PUKE PO J.P.S. 9:26.
PUKE POHATU Tuhoe Genealogy. J.P.S. 6:58; 13:6; 23:88.
PUKE POTOA pa near Kaitaia. A name on Whanganui boundary. J.P.S. 13:71; 30:185; 31:133; 42:318, 320; 111:325, 328-329; 119:137. Wh. 322. A.H.M. 3:119. Trans. 15:454; 29:345; 48:242. VI. S. 45.
PUKEPUKE A place in Dunedin harbour. A pa near the mouth of the Rangitikei. A.H.M. 3:224. Trans. 42:95-96, 110, 113.
PUKEPUKE HOANI Follower of Rua, husband of Herehere Te Maipi. J.P.S. 92:371 see also Pukepuke Kanara.
PUKEPUKE KANARA Follower of Rua, husband of Herehere Te Maipi. J.P.S. 92:371 see also Pukepuke Hoani.
PUKE PUPURU An Ati-Awa pa. J.P.S. 17:178.
PUKE O KAHU J.P.S. 46:216; 65:239, 241.
PUKE RANGIA Ngapuhi chief. J.P.S. 13:44, 49.
PUKE RANGIORAA large pa on the banks of the Waitara. J.P.S. 1:86; 6:61; 9:34, 86, 90-91; 16:131; 17:16, 175; 18:21, 32, 43, 77, 79, 105-124, 169; 19:4, 18-37, 47-56; 20:72; 24:51; 27:71; 41:157; 48:130; 76:303. A.H.M. 5:47; 6:2, 6, 90, 105, 120. S.M. 65. M.B. 6:121. Trans. 5:52, 84, 91; 25:499; 37:153-155. W.W. 2:259, 273.
PUKE RANGIPO A name in a song. A.H.M. 5:180.
PUKE RATA A nature reserve on the Waitara River near Tarata. J.P.S. 41:214.
PUKE RAU A place in Southland. J.P.S. 19:122-123. Trans. 32:350; 42:61; 46:216.
PUKE RAUARUHE A.H.M. 2:39.
PUKE RAU MIRO Name of Tama te kapua's fort. J.P.S. 66:221, 236.
PUKERE A Ngati-Maru chief. J.P.S. 19:51.
PUKE REHU A man who killed a Pouakai. J.P.S. 21:147.
PUKE REHUNGAA place near Te Whaiti. J.P.S. 11:36.
PUKERENGA J.P.S. 116:309-310, 315, 318.
PUKE REWAA hill in Piako district. A hill at Waitotara. J.P.S. 13:91, 95; 14:98. Wh. 14. A.H.M. 4:48.
PUKE RIMUA whare wananga at Okehu. A hill in the Waikato. J.P.S. 9:210, 229; 13:248; 65:41. Trans. 5:450. M.B. 3:40.
PUKE ROA A hill at Rotorua. Ngati-Toa Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:186; 8:236, 243; 15:47; 18:211; 26:67; 30:256, 258; 42:Mem 10:240; 48:130, 131; 94:109; 98:148; 99:173; 106:337, 345; 111:89; 114:146, 149. M.B. 6:93, 94, 108; 8:148; 10:149. A.H.M. 4:67; 5:139. Trans. 5:325, 327; 9:8; 19:353, 466.
PUKE RONAKI Child of Pihanga, mountain near Tokaanu and Tongariro. J.P.S. 78: 397; 97:122.
PUKE RUA A pa near Paekakariki. J.P.S. 10:147, 148, 153, 154; 18:22, 34; 19:78; 23:13; 27:55, 65, 106; 31:112, 115; 36:262-263, 276; 50:232; 52:202; 55:41; 66:363; 68:268-269. M.B. 4:172; 6:4; 7:278; 8:124; Trans. 19:51; 25:426; 37:403; 48:450. W.W. 2:124, 133
PUKE TAKAUERE J.P.S. 16:24. A.H.M. 4:90.
PUKETAPAPA Ngare-raumati Pa, Bay of Islands. The name of the place where Marama met Poutukeka. J.P.S. 47:opp 172; 60:86.
PUKE TAPU A common name. East Coast Genealogy. A Taranaki pa. A slave on Arai-te-uru. A hill near Napier etc. Ngati Awa hapu. J.P.S. 1:88; 2:179, 182; 2:16, 18; 4:180; 6:183; 7:47; 9:48, 56, 72, 73, 83-90, 110-112; 11:14, 24, 150, 151, 239; 12:213-217; 13:27; 16:90, 212; 17:15-16, 113, 121, 123, 140-148, 199-203; 18:1-3, 31, 43, 105-109, 115, 130, 177, 185, 188, 198; 19:3, 18, 25, 27, 37, 47-50, 58, 61, 76, 80, 131; 20:29-30; 22:191; 23:86; 24:60, 80, 109; 25:112; 26:75; 27:21-25, 49-50; 28:215; 32:129-130; 33:94; 35:225-227; 37:225; 38:163; 39:84; 45:5; 46:209; 60:59-60; 65:41, 217; 71:306; 75:454; 114:267, 269. M.B. 4:96, 133, 151-152; 6:37, 41, 43, 63, 94, 215; 9:79; 10:161. A.H.M. 2:179; 3:189; 4:73-75, 113, 116; 5:52-54; 6:3, 6, 76, 106, 111, 128. P.M. 175-176. S.D. 188. P. 100. Wh. 17, 64-65. Trans. 5:72; 7:115; 8:146; 10:61; 18:277, 328, 332, 341, 345, 373; 19:260, 445-446; 20:218, 228, 301.320; 21:313; 22:423; 23:351-352; 25:328; 27:452; 28:679; 30:531; 32:187-188, 351, 367; 34:93, 449; 36:337; 37:129, 213; 38:197; 41:250. W.W. 2:69, 72.
PUKE TARATA A pa in Taranaki. A hill near Taupo. J.P.S. 17:179-185. 204; 26:74; 65:41. M.B. 6:159-160, 239-240.
PUKE TARO Tuhoe village. J.P.S. 12:196. Trans. 38:162.
PUKE TAWAI A name in a song. A.H.M. 3:157-158.
PUKE TAWATEA A hill near Ahipara Bay. Trans. 29:345.
PUKE TEA A pa at Wai-totara. Wh. 15.
PUKE TEHE A name in a song. A.H.M. 5:107.
PUKE TE RAKI A kainga near Waikouaiti. Place name. J.P.S. 25:17; 28:225; 39:182; 41:240; 61:113; 80:60. Trans. 17:335; 28:423, 426, 435; 32:61, 101-102, 126; 34:349; 41:108, 400; 42:597; 43:171; 48:141-144.
PUKE TI A place in the Whakatane valley. J.P.S. 9:114.
PUKE TIRAKI Pa site in Otago. J.P.S. 43:109; 62:173, 176; 68:232. See also Puketeraki.
PUKE TIOTIO J.P.S. 15:44.
PUKE TIROTIRO A peak of Maunga-raki. J.P.S. 27:167.
PUKE TITIRI A place in Hawke's Bay. J.P.S. 1:.275; 15:84. Trans. 28:54, 56, 679; 32:183-188, 442; 41:439; 46:345.
PUKE TOATOA A place on the Rangitaiki. Trans. 35:68.
PUKE TOETOE Creek, site of a Moa-hunter camp. J.P.S.48:179.
PUKE TOI A range of hills in Wairarapa. J.P.S. 2:200, 346-350; 6:294; 18:211, 238; 19:144; 25:69, 350; 26:392; 29:174; 41:88; 46:55; 47:31 63:261; 64:241; 91:68.
PUKE TOITOI Trans. 4:122-123; 7:133, 137; 8:71, 73.
PUKETOKI Pa site, North Island. J.P.S. 105:458.
PUKE TONA A pa, Bay of Islands. J.P.S. 9:25; 43:187, 189-191; 68:60; 74:474. VI. S. 106.
PUKE TORETORE A Taranaki hapu. J.P.S. 17:21; 18:17.
PUKE TOTARA A pa near Waotu. A hill near Takapau. J.P.S. 2:182-185, 204; 10:75-76; 14:156; 15:86; 17:179, 186, 203-207; 64:310; 81:234. Wh. 154. Trans. 2:346, 358; 38:3.
PUKE TOUI A hill in the Whanganui valley. Trans. 4:133.
PUKE TUITAI Trans. 8:146.
PUKE TUROTO J.P.S. 21:150.
PUKE TUTU Weeks Island, Auckland. A pa on the Whanganui. Pinnacle Hill: Manukau Harbour; Rangitoto (D'Urville Island). J.P.S. 9:93; 15:222; 40: 35; 47:119-120, opp 120 plates 1, 2, 3 & 4, 122-128; 55:32-33, 39; 60:84, 86, 90; 62:86; 69:248 Plate IV, 255, 260, 392. A.H.M. 5:4, 72, 170. Wh. 85. VI. S. 77.
PUKE URI A hill near Oamaru. J.P.S. 24:108; 25:58; 48:177. S.D. 196. Trans. 28:556; 37:518; 45:299-307.
PUKE WEHEA A name in an oriori. J.P.S. 15:9.
PUKE WHAKAAHUA A hill near Maunga-tautari. A.H.M. 5:255.
PUKE WHAKAKI A name in a poem. J.P.S. 16:45.
PUKE WHAKAMARU A pa on the Urenui. J.P.S. 16:123; 18:77, 115, 128-129.
PUKE WHAKAPU A hill in the Whangaehu valley. Trans. 4:132.
PUKE WHANAKE A name in a song. Trans. 13:72.
PUKE WHARANGI A pa in Taranaki. J.P.S. 17:179.
PUKE WHARA RIKI A pa in the Wai-totara valley. Hill, Wairarapa. J.P.S. 13:161; 27:216; 102:69. Wh. 60.
PUKE WHAU A place in the Waipa river. J.P.S. 10:80. A.H.M. 4:211. P.M. 143. Trans. 32:213; 43:598, 600; 47:84.
PUKE WHENUA A hill in southern Hawke's Bay. J.P.S. 29:82.
PUKE WHERA A home of the fairies in Hawke's Bay. P.M. 181.
PUKE WHERO Wh. 70.
PUKE WHIRO A hill at New Plymouth. J.P.S. 19:27.
PUKI A Muaupoko chief. J.P.S. 55:47.
PUKIEKIE A pa at New Plymouth. J.P.S. 2:180; 17:200.
PU KI HIKURANGI A name in a lament. J.P.S. 44:240. A.H.M. 1:17.
PUKIO Mamaru Genealogy. Ngati Kahungunu genealogy. J.P.S. 3:12; 102:67; 103:165.
PU KIORE A place near Tara-pounamu.Decorative panels in a wharenui. J.P.S. 6:60; 15:23; 16:183; 38:218. Trans. 42:89.see also Arapaki and Tukutuku .
PUKITAKA A place in Otago. Trans. 8:130.
PU KI TONGA Rangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:20, 31; 6:170.
PUKITUA Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:65.
PU KI WAHO A chief of Ngati-Tamakumu. J.P.S. 18:178.
PUKOHU A Tini-o-Mamoe canoe. J.P.S. 27:8.
PUKOHU RANGI W.W. 2:147, 157.
PUKONI Island, Bay of Islands. J.P.S. 47:opp 172
PU KONOHI Man who lived on the Waipawa River. J.P.S. 52:17.
PUKORO A sister of Tupoki of Ngati-Tama. J.P.S. 1:91; 3:109; 19:7-10; 27:70.
PUKORO AUAHI A Poverty Bay chief. J.P.S. 21:91; 94:167. A.H.M. 3:140, 143. Trans. 13:49-51.
PUKOROKIO Moa creek near Riverton. J.P.S. 24:135.
PUKOROKORO A place on the Thames. A hill on the Hauraki Gulf. J.P.S. 50:123; 58:74-75.A.H.M. 4:212; 5:132. P.M. 144. Trans. 21:413; 26:407. See also Pukekorokoro.
PUKOROROA place on the Hauraki Gulf. J.P.S. 58:75.
PUKOU Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:68.
PUKU Whanganui Genealogy. A peak in Ratanui range. Rangitane genealogy. J.P.S. 17:46, 188; 28:212; 32:41, 135; 36:259; 58:70 Genealogy; 65:54 Genealogies VI, VII, VIII & XIII; 67:65, 68; 68:216; 75:190 Genealogy I; 102:60. A.H.M. 3:91, 257; 6:256-258. P.M. 183. P. 63, 116. Trans. 7:42; 10:87. W.W. 2:165.
PUKU ATUA A chief of Ngati-Whakaue. J.P.S. 4:41-42; 9:35, 101-103; 18:51, 120, 127; 32:124; 99:44, 174-175. A.H.M. 5:186, 233. S.T. 16, 312. M.B. 10:120. Trans. 32:367.
PUKU HARURU A Ngai-Tahu boy. J.P.S. 19:120; 91:62.
PUKUHAU Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. J.P.S. 67:65.
PUKU HETI A chief of Riverton. Trans. 10:57.
PUKU I NGAKIA A Mythological person. A.H.M. 1:38.
PUKU KAIKAI Tuahuriri Genealogy. A.H.M. 3:181.
PUKU KAI TAUA Ngati-Maru Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:48.
PUKUKAU Female personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:65.
PUKU KI TE MOANA A name in the story of Tawhaki. Trans. 7:45.
PUKU MAKI A place in the Wairarapa. J.P.S. 25:80. Trans. 45:369.
PUKU MATA Harbour cave, Dunedin. J.P.S. 21:176.
PUKU MOA Trans. 12:94.
PUKU NUI A Mythological person. A.H.M. 1:38. Trans. 10:420.
PUKUO An island in Bay of Plenty. A.H.M. 5:131.
PUKU O HIKARUA A place near the source of the Mohaka. J.P.S. 25:112.
PUKU O KIRIHIKA A stone tipua at Pu-kareao. J.P.S. 7:237. Trans. 40:191.
PUKU O TE WHEKE A pa in Hawke's Bay. J.P.S. 14:79.
PUKU O WAITAHANUIAHEI Stomach of Hei beside the great waters: river valley, Maketu. J.P.S. 78:408.
PUKU O WHARE PAKAU A keg of powder bought by Ngati-Whare at Matata. J.P.S. 13:13.
PUKUPUKU Ngati-Kahungunu Genealogy. J.P.S. 13:155; 22:13-14; 25:173; 38:170; 55:61; 61:4-5, 38. W.W. 2:2 12-13
PUKUPUKU TE RANGI One of Rata's axes. J.P.S. 31:9. A.H.M. 1:37, 39. W.W. 2:172.
PUKURA Trans. 43:283.
PUKU RAKAU S.D. 194, 199.
PUKU RAU J.P.S. 67:65.Trans. 32:350.
PUKU ROA A Mythological person. A.H.M. 1:38.
PUKURUA Woman killed at Rangitatau pa. J.P.S. 52:202.
PUKUTAEORE Vegetable food product. J.P.S. 38:170
PUKU TAHI A Ngati-Mamoe chief. J.P.S. 14:196; 25:56, 61-62; 29:194; 91:59.
PUKU TATAU Toi Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:207.
PUKU TUORO A taniwha. J.P.S. 8:114; 27:152; 28:218. A.H.M. 2:84. Trans. 35:65.
PUKU WAI Ngatoro-i-rangi Genealogy. W.W. 1:143; 2:172.
PUKU WAITOA W.W. 2:172.
PU MAHARA KORE A name in the story of Hine-nui-te-po. W.W. 1:177.
PU MAKI NONO South Island Genealogy. Trans. 10:88.
PU MAIRE KURA A home of the winds. J.P.S. 36:291.M.B. 10:53, 61.
PUMANAWA HAUORA Maori Health Research Unit. J.P.S. 108:349
PU MANGA A pa at Patea. J.P.S. 17:39.
PU MARAKAI Rangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:18; 6:165.
PU MATAO A hue. M.B. 9:134.
PU MATEAIO A.H.M. 1:170.
PU MATUA W.W. 2:195.
PU MAURI KURA Rangi Genealogy. A.H.M. 6:187.
PU MOANA A son of Rangitihi of Te Arawa. J.P.S. 30:256; 43:Mem 10:272.
PU MOTOMOTO A name in a song. J.P.S. 16:44, 55. W.W. 1:126-129; 2:260, 276. M.B. 10:62.
PU MOTOMOTO O TIKITIKI The door of Tawhiri-rangi. W.W. 1:116.
PU MUKA A chief killed at Kororareka. S.T. 268.
PUNA North Auckland Genealogy. Ngati-Rakei Genealogy. An atua. A pa on the Waitaki. A Bay in the Bay of Islands. Lagoon, Rangitoto (D'Urville Island); place name, Tauranga area. J.P.S. 1:227; 9:2, 14; 10:87; 16:170, 213; 17:2; 22:192; 32:211; 37:213; 39:31-33, 190; 46:122; 50:146; 51:201; 61:160; 66:91, 100;69:255, 263; 71:364-365, 370; 74:478, 481; 76:306; 88:202; 99:53, 77, 79, 81-82, 84-85, 89; 105:460; 111:45; 116:310, 312, 318. A.H.M. 1:21, 30; 5:187, 206, 248; 6:168. Ika. 267. M.B. 6:275; 7:294, 295. Trans. 15:429-432; 27:616. VI. S. 21. W.W. 2:76, 253, 267.
PUNA A HOUMEA A pond on the Huiarau range. J.P.S. 8:56; 22:158. Trans. 31:634.
PUNA A MARU A pa on the Waitaki. J.P.S. 55:220; 91:467. S.D. 198, 199, 215.
PUNA ARIKI Rakaihautu Genealogy. J.P.S. 24:105; 31:193.
PUNA A RUAPUTAHANGA A spring on the upper Whanganui. J.P.S. 17:115.
PUNA A TARA A spring in Worser Bay. J.P.S. 27:5, 173.
PUNA-A-TAWAKE Oven of Tawake: place name near Otu Bay, Rangitoto (D'Urville Island). J.P.S. 69:253-254.
PUNA A TINIRAU A spring in Worser Bay.Tinirau's spring: on Ika Whenua, Mahia Peninsula. J.P.S. 27:5, 173; 57:44. M.B. 10:113.
PUNA AWATEA A spring in the Ruahine Mountains. A.H.M. 3:75. Trans. 15:449.
PUNA HAMOA East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:214; 14:120; 15:49. Trans. 28:39.
PUNA HARIHARI A name given by first Maoris in South Island. J.P.S. 27:139, 147.
PUNA HIKOIA Mamaru Genealogy. A wife of Te Rangi-tamau. J.P.S. 3:12; 24:106; 26:80, 82; 31:193. A.H.M. 3:219-220, 255. Trans. 10:86.
PUNA HOU A Bay of Islands chief. J.P.S. 8:210.
PUNA IERE A person captured by Puoho at Lake Wanaka. J.P.S. 19:120.
PUNA I HANGARUA Hamurana spring, Rotorua. J.P.S. 17:224-225.
PUNA I RANGIRIRI The legendary source of all fish. J.P.S. 39:292.
PUNA I REIA Toi Genealogy. Ngati Rariri Genealogy. J.P.S. 37:191, 212; 55:64.
PUNA I TE AO MAARAMA The spring in the world of light. J.P.S. 66:220, 235.
PUNA KAU ARIKI A spring in the story of Tawhaki. A.H.M. 1:64.
PUNA KI AO Ngati-Kahungunu Genealogy. J.P.S. 59:66-68; 65:54 Genealogy VI.Trans. 42:80, 86.
PUNAKI RANGI Grandson of Manaia. J.P.S. 35:216, 222.
PUNA KI TERE A stream at Hokianga. J.P.S. 8:150; 9:3; 18:86; 20:115.
PUNA MAATAURANGA O AOTEAROA National Library of New Zealand. J.P.S. 108:26, 35-36.
PUNA MARIA A name given by the first Maoris in South Island. J.P.S. 28:139, 147.
PUNAOMARU 19th century settlement, southern South Island. J.P.S. 42:61; 78:346.
PUNANUKU J.P.S. 119:8.
PUNA O OKAHUA place on the Okahu stream. J.P.S. 18:178.
PUNA O RUAHIKAA Ngati-Porou pa. J.P.S. 3:219.
PUNA O TINIRAUJ.P.S. 26:161. See also Puna-a-tinirau.
PUNA ROMIAJ.P.S. 65:364.
PUNA RUKU A stream near Kawakawa. Maori District High School, Hikurangi. J.P.S. 9:119; 20:30; 26:144; 36:264, 273-274; 69:314; 72:397.
PUNA TAI Te Hapu Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:112.
PUNA TAKAHI A place visited by Ngatoro-i-rangi. Trans. 15:435.
PUNA TE AHU A daughter of Mango-huruhuru. J.P.S. 17:64, 69, 75; 36:296.
PUNA TE ARIARI North Auckland Genealogy. J.P.S. 18:86.
PUNA TE RITO A wife of Potiki roa. J.P.S. 17:63-65; 36:296.
PUNA TE RITO RANGI A daughter of Manga-huru. J.P.S. 24:56. W.W. 2:263, 278.
PUNA TE WARO Volcanic forces. J.P.S. 36:276; 37:68.W.W. 1:149. M.B. 10:70.
PUNA TOHEA East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 6:178.
PUNA TOHU KAI East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 6:178.
PUNA TOTO A chief of Ngati-Mahanga. J.P.S. 18:60-61, 115.
PUNAU A hill near Waiawa. J.P.S. 49:602-603.
PUNA WAI TORIKI A cave and spring near Nugget Point. J.P.S. 25:64; 31:134.
PUNA WEKO Progenitor of birds. J.P.S. 23:11; 26:143; 31:47; 35:174; 36:290. A.H.M. 1:150. W.W. 1:118, 140, 154. 2:122, 130-131. M.B. 8:120; 10:44-50, 64, 70-75, 106. Trans. 48:463.
PUNA WHAKAEA Wahieroa Genealogy. J.P.S. 24:8. W.W. 2:234.
PUNA WHANGAIO TUTERE MOANA W.W. 2:229, 241.
PUNA WHANGAI O TUTERE Entrance of Wellington harbour. J.P.S. 24:15.
PUNA WHEKO Another spelling of Puna Weko. W.W. 2:130.
PUNEHU A place near Manaia, Taranaki. J.P.S. 8:204; 17:138; 18:178; 28:99; 88:396-397. VI. S. 47.
PUNEKE South Island Genealogy. J.P.S. 28:158; 29:193, 199; 91:58. Trans. 10:88.
PUNGA Martin Theodore Te Punga, academic; progenitor of lizard, shark and dogfish, son of Kaitangata and Whaitiri. Son of Tangaroa; daughter of Ra (Sun) and wife of Tane; Rev. Te Punga. J.P.S. 8:97, 99, 116; 14:146-147; 16:112, 117; 18:103; 19:23; 61:4-5, 170. 69:244, 265; 84:Mem 40:69, 79.A.H.M. 1:82, 95-97, 114, 125; 3:76; 6:216. P.M. 5. S.M. 17-18. P. 61, 67. Wh. 64. Ika. 121, 139, 308. M.B. 2:3; 7:173. Trans. 11:101; 12:130; 15:450, 458; 19:530-532, 543; 33:468; 37:17, 18, 189; 41:237, 238, 273.
PUNGA EREERE A pa in Taranaki. J.P.S. 16:79; 17:135, 137; 18:179.
PUNGA HEKO S.M. 22.
PUNGA MOANA Ngatoro-i-rangi Genealogy. W.W. 1:144.
PU NGANANGANA Ngati-Hai Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:225.
PUNGA NUI A son of Kaitangata. A.H.M. 1:82. See also Punga.
PUNGA O MATAHORUA Anchor of Matahorua, now in Dominion Museum. J.P.S. 16:157.
PUNGA O MATORI Anchor of Manaia's canoe. P.M. 123.
PUNGA O TAINUI A shoal in Katikati harbour. J.P.S. 33:134. M.B. 2:23. Trans. 1F:3.
PUNGAPUNGA An ancient canoe.Pumice stone. Settlement (1830-1880) southern Lake Taupo. J.P.S. 3:201, 206; 12:269; 32:90; 38:172; 65:opp41. A.H.M. 4:30, 36, 173. Trans. 20:320, 327, 328.
PUNGA RANGI An ancient canoe. J.P.S. 10:135. M.B. 7:292.Punga-o-rangi?
PUNGA RAU A.H.M. 1:126.
PUNGA REHU A place in Taranaki. J.P.S. 18:63, 178; 23:109; 36:242; 37:225; 46:220; 61:159; 98:14. A.H.M. 2:30-34; 3:76. P.M. 113. Wh. 64, 84. Trans. 15:450; 27:589.
PUNGA REHU O REREAO A place in southern Taupo. Trans. 15:440.
PUNGA REWA A place near Whanga-momona. Wh. 62.
PUNGA ROA A son of Kaitangata. A.H.M. 1:82.
PUNGA TARA A Waikato chief. J.P.S. 19:73.
PUNGA TAUA A place near Moawhango. Trans. 38:501.
PUNGA TERETERE An ancestor of Raumati. J.P.S. 29:40. W.W. 2:261.
PUNGAWAI W.W. 2:262.
PUNGA WAKA TERO A name on the Whanganui boundary. Wh. 321.
PUNGA WERE J.P.S. 2:225, 239; 94:152. P.M. 83, 90. Ika. 252. Trans. 15:437.
PUNGA WEREWERE East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:178-179; 61:39.
PUNGA WHANGAI O A fishing place near Barrett's reef. J.P.S. 27:174.
PUNGWERE J.P.S. 61:38.
PUNI A stream in Taranaki. A Ngati-Toa chief. J.P.S. 1:88; 2:53, 181; 17:188, 202; 18:86, 111, 118; 19:1, 14, 27, 37; 27:99, 109, 112; 29:159; 36:259; 67:68; 68:250; 112:349. A.H.M. 4:67, 202; 6:104. P.M. 183. Ika. 261. M.B. 7:294-295. Trans. 5:28, 84, 360, 482; 12:37; 13:459; 14:201, 203; 25:397; 34:367-385.
PUNIHO A place near Okato. J.P.S. 36:138, 140, 242.
PUNIHONIHO O TAU M.B. 10:66.
PUNI KOKIRI Ministry of Maori Development. J.P.S. 108:352, 365; 113:45.
PUNI O PARAHA A place near Normanby. J.P.S. 27:103.
PUNIPI A moriori. J.P.S. 64:426 Plate B.
PUNIPUNI Male personal name recorded by Taylor. J.P.S. 67:65.
PUNIU A tributary of the Waipa. Rata's canoe. J.P.S. 2:203-204; 13:241; 24:87; 30:102; 42:167, 169; 114:144. A.H.M. 1:77-78.
PU NOHONOHO Tawhaki Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:60.
PUNOKE A volcanic point between Tongariro and White Island. J.P.S. 25:107.
PUNOKU Arawa Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:227, 242. S.T. 16-18.
PUNUA Tangata whenua Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:279; 5:12; 47:58; 59:64-64 Genealogy, 66, 74; 65:41.
PUNUI One name of Rata's canoe. Maui-potiki Genealogy. A wind. J.P.S. 1:218; 5:114-115, 120; 24:41; 49:158. A.H.M. 3:49. Ika. 256. Trans. 1:167. W.W. 2:263
PUNUI A RATA Full name of Rata's canoe. J.P.S. 7:39; 17:62. A.H.M. 3:146. M.B. 9:55.
PUNUI A TE KORE Hoturoa/Tawhao-Turongo-Whatihua-Rereahu/ Tuhianga-Houmea-Puhaanga genealogies. J.P.S. 65:54 Genealogies I, II & III; 68:154.
PUNUI O TONGA Rangi Genealogy. A wind. A.H.M. 1:18, 28; 3:51; 6:165.
PUOHO A chief of Ngati-Tama. Ati Awa Chief. J.P.S. 5:236; 10:93, 100; 18:16-17, 25-26, 82, 130, 157, 163, 165, 185, 188, 197, 203; 19:24, 37, 58, 114-126; 21:102, 142, 178-179; 25:13, 93-94; 26:109; 27:143, 147; 29:197; 41:241; 42:65-67, 70, 80; 68:266-267; 80:202; 91:61; 102:7; 119:169-170. A.H.M. 3:316; 6:61, 67, 75; 6:17-18, 55-56, 75, 96, 109; 3:117. Ika. 533-534. Wh. 119. M.B. 9:146, 162. Trans. 5:71-72, 88; 26:577.
PUOHOKI A pa used by Te Rauparaha after leaving Kawhia. Trans. 5:55.
PUOHO O TE RANGI Full name of Te Puoho. J.P.S. 19:125.
PUOHO TAUA A Ngati-Ira chief. J.P.S. 27:70.
PUOHU Trans. 5:56; 40:434. See also Puoho.
PU O RANGITOTO J.P.S. 14:77, 92.
PU ORO NUKU A country visited by Rata. A.H.M. 1:71, 74. Trans. 7:22, 47.
PU OROORO East Coast Genealogy. J.P.S. 4:24. A.H.M. 4:73.
PU ORO RANGI A country visited by Rata. Rolling thunderA.H.M. 1:71, 74. W.W. 1:91, 133. M.B. 8:56, 160; 10:70. Trans. 7:22, 47.
PU-O-TE-KAWA Place name in a Whanganui waiata. J.P.S. . 45:3-4.
PU O TE RANGI A Ngati-Hauiti chief. Trans. 42:89.
PU O TE TOETOE Whaitiri's kainga. Trans. 7:43.
PU O TE TONGA A house on Matiu, Wellington harbour. J.P.S. 26:156.
PU O TOI A place visited by Tawhaki. A.H.M. 1:63, 121.
PUPA North Auckland Genealogy. J.P.S. 55:77 Genealogy; 58:47, 49.A.H.M. 5:12. VI. S. 16.
PUPARA Ngati-Whare Genealogy. Trans. 34:36.
PU POIPOI A gun used in the defence of Nga-motu. J.P.S. 19:27, 31.
PU PONGA A point on the Manukau. J.P.S. 10:86; 19:35; 47:125; 55:32-37; 64:309, 313. A.H.M. 4:116-117, 121, 154; 5:76-78, 164. S.T. 77. Trans. 2:161; 34:431, 433; 40:85; 42:413, 433; 43:299, 305. VI. S. 86, 93.
PUPU Name of a sea taniwha. Ngati-Haua Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:212, 231; 5:4; 11:65; 20:68-69; 25:107; 33:96; 37:225; 39:34; 67:65; 94:98, 100; 99:46. Ika. 248. Trans. 24:624; 35:172.
PUPU ARUHE A Ngati-Awa pa, Bay of Plenty. A.H.M. 5:203.
PUPU A TE HOATA A sister of Ngatoro-i-rangi. Trans. 15:436.
PUPUHA Southern point, Moturua Island, Bay of Islands. J.P.S. 42:84, 86; 47:opp 172.
PUPUHA O TE RANGI Dwelling place of Whakaru-au-moko. W.W. 1:148. M.B. 10:71.
PUPU KARE KAWA A Wairarapa taniwha. J.P.S. 19:13.
PUPUKE A lake near Auckland. Tangata whenua Genealogy. J.P.S. 2:279; 49:601-603; 59:64 Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:153; 5:75, 164. M.B. 10:32, 40. Trans. 3:149, 151; 14:156; 15:279, 281, 292; 25:404; 32:241; 47:316.
PUPU MAI KI WAHO Mamaru Genealogy. J.P.S. 3:13.
PUPUKI A man on the Kanetaka canoe. Ika. 364.
PUPU MAI MONO A sister of Tawhaki. J.P.S. 7:40. A.H.M. 1:54, 61-62, 121. Trans. 7:17, 42, 44.
PUPUNI East Coast Genealogy. South Island Genealogy. J.P.S. 5:10; 6:183; 14:71. Trans. 10:88.
PUPU O KAWAU A place on the Tamaki. J.P.S. 31:124; 32:95; 33:131.
PUPU RAKAU A fishing place on Taupo lake. J.P.S. 27:44.
PUPURI A skid of the Tainui. J.P.S. 7:112.
PUPURU Toroa genealogy; Te Rangikaheke genealogy.J.P.S. 75:190 Genealogy I; 94:98, 100,136;99:46, 50.
PUPUTA A pa near Wai-o-matatini.J.P.S. 87:118. M.B. 6:219.
PUPUTAI A boy connected with the Gifillan massacre. J.P.S. 67:65.Wh. 268.
PUPU TUI Name of a pot. J.P.S. 37:16.
PUPU WHARAU ROA A place in the Wairarapa. J.P.S. 13:161; 102:69.
PURA A Ngati-Maniapoto chief. One of the elderly warriors who carried Heke from the battle against Te Taonui.J.P.S. 18:101; 49:534; 61:165, 167; 67:68.A.H.M. 4:104.
PURAHO Tuwharetoa Genealogy. A South Island chief. J.P.S. 2:158; 3:46; 29:194; 55:164. A.H.M. 3:233, 234, 289. Trans. 10:71, 72.
PURAHO KURA A chief of Ngati-Tama. J.P.S. 18:211, 212; 118:361, 365, 367. P.M. 68, 149, 160. Trans. 11:87, 99; 24:484.
PURA HORE A chief of Ngati-Kahupungapunga. J.P.S. 2:203.
PURAHO TANGIHIA J.P.S. 66:179.
PURAHO TAU A place on the Whanganui. J.P.S. 5:157, 165. Wh. 34.
PURAHO TANGIHIA J.P.S. 6:59; 11:57, 241.
PURAKA NUI A Bay North of Point Chalmers. Inlet, Otago. J.P.S. 25:15, 17; 29:128; 42:2, 5, 9, 57, 61-63, 70; 43:28-29, 108; 44:245; 45:138; 52:69; 58:58; 62:399; 68:225; 78:346, 360; 87:112; 92:306. M.B. 2:39; 8:176. Trans. 3:265, 268; 8:133; 9:144; 10:328; 11:383; 15:406; 16:281-282; 18:145; 24:501-502; 28:557; 29:626; 30:134, 576-584; 31:745; 32:441; 34:155; 36:425; 42:226, 233; 45:203; 48:376.
PU RAKAU A place in the Whakatane valley. God of witchcraft.Headland, Puketutu Island. J.P.S. 7:30, 32; 17:179; 23:199.47: 124, 127; 47:124. Ika. 137. Trans. 42:79. W.W. 2:206.
PU RAKAU MAI TAWHITI An incantation. A.H.M. 3:44.
PU RAKAU NUI J.P.S. 25:15, 17. S.D. 119, 301.Correct spelling of Pu-raka-nui.
PURA KINO Trans. 32:61.
PURA MAHOI A place near Takaka. Trans. 25:304, 305.
PURAMARAMA Synonym for marama (moon). J.P.S. 38:169.
PU RANGA NUI A.H.M. 3:223. See also Pu-raka-nui.
PU RANGA TAUA Rangitihi Genealogy. Husband of Parepaoro; father of Peinga, Tiu, Tangimoana and Waiwhara. J.P.S. 65:4 Genealogy VII; 71:362; 99:45.A.H.M. 4:105.
PURANGI A place in Taranaki. A place near Whitianga. J.P.S. 6:156-157; 16:130; 17:19; 37:364; 97:240. A.H.M. 5:40, 128. S.T. 312. Trans. 10:127; 35:26, 30; 45:384. M.B. 6:29.
PURA O TE RANGI W.W. 1:129.
PURAPURA A place between Mokau and Awakino. J.P.S. 18:76; 27:219. Trans. 2:343, 351.
PURA ROTO Some caves above Pipiriki. Wh. 106, 122.
PURATA A celebrated wizard. M.B. 9:55. Trans. 37:31.
PURAU A stream, Lyttelton harbour. J.P.S. 27:17; 30:150. A.H.M. 3:273. Trans. 10:56; 37:397; 40:373.
PURA UAHA W.W. 2:82. Pura waha?
PURA WAHA A Tangata whenua chief killed by Toi's people. J.P.S. 22:200. W.W. 2:102.
PURE A name in a song. A place at the Thames. J.P.S. 38:171; 67:68.A.H.M. 4:50. VI. S. 26.
PURE ARIKI North Auckland Genealogy. J.P.S. 5:4. V.I. A. 16.
PURE AWHA Ngatoro-i-rangi Genealogy. W.W. 1:144.
PUREHU Kupe Genealogy. J.P.S. 1:224.
PUREHUA Ngati-Toa Genealogy. J.P.S. 61:40.A.H.M. 4:61, 75.
PUREHUREHU North Auckland Genealogy. A moth. J.P.S. 9:109; 16:132; 27:167; 61:40. W.W. 1:157. VI. S. 34.
PUREKEA chief of Kaiapoi. J.P.S. 10:91, 97.
PUREKO J.P.S. 118:180.
PUREKU A coarse, rough cape. J.P.S. 38:218.
PURE MAUNGA TAURA End of a bird spear where the point is lashed. J.P.S. 38:171.
PUREMU AO RUATawhaki Genealogy. A.H.M. 1:60.
PUREMU TAHI J.P.S. 9:68, 78; 13:60.
PURENGA A place near Ruatoki. Trans. 40:191; 42:455, 461, 464.
PURENU South Island Genealogy. S.D. 94 Table A.
PURE ORA Toi Genealogy. J.P.S. 17:25; 26:94; 37:192, 213; 50:229; 64:234; 68:395. S.D. 222. Trans. 20:317, 319.
PURE ORO A mountain west of Taupo. J.P.S. 14:99.
PURERA Male personal name recorded by Taylor.J.P.S. 67:65.
PURE RANGI A.H.M. 2:139.
PURERE ITI An ancient pa in Hawke's Bay. J.P.S. 21:85.
PURERE KOHU A whai design. M.B. 8:43.

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