Te Pūkaki - Mahi i te kāinga/Ngā Kai

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āianei

soon, now

āpōpō

tomorrow

aua hoki!

I don't know!

hiakai

hungry

hinga

to fall (over)

hoatu

to add

hōmai

give(me)

hora

to spread out

hua rākau

fruit

hua whenua

vegetable

kai ahiahi/tina

evening meal, dinner

kaihoro

eat fast

kāpata kai

food cupboard, pantry

kāti!

stop!

instead, already

kimi

to seek (with eyes)

kīnaki

relish, sauce

koa

please

harikoa

happy

kohete

to scold, tell off

mahi kura

homework

makere

to drop

mākona/kī

full (of food)

mākū

wet

maoa/maoka

cooked

marama

month

maramataka

calendar

mātaotao

cold (of food)

mīti

meat

naihi/oka

knife

ngenge/tūrohi

tired

otirā

but

paki

to slap, hit

paoka

fork

parai

frying pan

parāoa/rohi

bread

pea

perhaps; pear

pepa

pepper

pune

spoon

pūrini

pudding

puru

put into

rā whakatā/paunga rā whitu

weekend

rapu

to seek, look for

reka

delicious

rere

to fly, rush

tāhae/whānako

to steal

tahu

to grill, fry

tao

to cook, roast

tapahi

to chop, cut

tiakarete

chocolate

toa hokomaha

supermarket

tonu

still, yet

tūpato

careful

tupu

real, genuine

wareware

to forget

waru

to peel, scrape

wehe

to leave, depart

wera

burnt

whai mahi

have a job

whakaoti

to complete, finish

whakapai

to bless

whāngai

to feed

amuamu(tia)

to grumble, complain

hīti

sheet

hoa rangatira

husband/wife

horopuehu(tia)

vacuum cleaner; to vacuum

inu(mia)

to drink

kāpata kākahu

wardrobe

kapu tī

cup of tea

kaumanga/tāpu

bath

kaupapa

purpose

kohi(a)/whakakao(tia)

to gather, collect

kupu whakahau

command

makau/paruhi

favoured, favourite

māra/kāri

garden

maroke

day

mea(tia)

to say

mea

thing, things

nahanaha

neat, tidy

noho(ia)

to live

okioki/whakatā

to rest

oko horoi

washbasin

papa

floor

paraikete

blanket

pūkei(tia)

to stack, a stack

puoto

sink

pūrere horoi

washing machine

puru(a)

to put into

pūtea kākahu

clothes basket

rangi

day, weather

reanga

level, form

rūma horoi kākahu

laundry

rūma kai

dining room

rūma kaukau

bathroom

rūma noho

sitting/living room

tahi(a)/puruma(tia)

to sweep, to clean

tahuri(tia)

to start on, turn to

tauera(tia)

to dry

tauera/tauwera

towel

tini(hia)

to change

titi(a)

to peg

toe

to remain, be left over

tūpapa

bench

uhimoenga

bedspread

urunga/pera

pillow

waka kākahu

chest of drawers

whakaata

mirror

whakahaere(a, tia)/taraiwa(tia)

to drive

whakamaroke(tia, ngia)

to dry

whakaoti (hia, ngia)

to finish, complete

whakapai(ngia, tia)

to clean up

whakataukī/whakatauakī

proverb, saying

whakatika(ina)

to straighten up, to tidy

whakawhata(hia)

to hang out/up

whāriki/kāpeti

carpet

whātui(a)

to fold(clothes)

whiti(a, kia)

to shine(sun)

taputapu

utensils

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