1 an ethnic minority speaking Maori and living in New Zealand
2 the Oceanic language spoken by the Maori people in New Zealand
- /ˈmaʊri/, /"maUri/
- Rhymes: -aʊri
- From Maori language term maori, meaning "aborigine", "native", "normal", "ordinary", or "plain".
- Māori: Preferred usage in Māori text. Macrons recommended by Māori Language Commission to indicate long vowel sounds in Māori words. Macrons also used in New Zealand English texts with Māori-related content.
- Mäori: Alternative usage in Māori text where macrons not available.
- Maaori: Alternative usage in Māori text with limited character sets.
- Of, from, or pertaining to the Maori.
of, from, or pertaining to the Maori
language of the Maori
- Finnish: maorin kieli
indigenous people of Aotearoa New Zealand
- Finnish: maorit
- Russian: маори
member of the people of New Zealand
- Finnish: maori
- Russian: маори
- ttbc Bulgarian: маори p (2)
- ttbc Chinese: 毛利语 (máolì yǔ) (1), 毛利人 (máolì rén) (2)
- ttbc Dutch: Maori (1), m|f (2)
- ttbc French: maori (1), Maori (2), Maorie (2)
- ttbc Maori: Māori
- ttbc Persian: (mā’ori)
- ttbc Portuguese: maori (1,2)
- ttbc Swedish: maori (1,2)
- Ngata Dictionary (new URL 2005 - it now has macrons, but it is initially unable to recognise them in a Maori-English search)
- ngā aho whakamāori-ā-tuhi (English and Maori Word Translator) formerly from the Knowledge Engineering Laboratory of University of Otāgo, now based in Auckland
- He Kupu Rorohiko - Computer-related terms, by Te Taka Keegan - over 350 Maori-English words and phrases, followed by English-Maori
- Maori - English Dictionary: from Webster's Dictionary - the Rosetta Edition.
- * A Dictionary of the Maori Language, by Herbert Williams (1957).
- Maori-Polynesian Comparative Dictionary, by Edward Tregear (1891).
- First Lessons in Maori, by Bishop William Williams (1930)
- This article discusses the Māori people of New Zealand. For other meanings see Māori (disambiguation).