125 terms

Te Pūkaki - Mahi i te kāinga/Ngā Kai

STUDY
PLAY
āianei
soon, now
āpōpō
tomorrow
aua hoki!
I don't know!
hēki
egg
hiakai
hungry
hinga
to fall (over)
hoatu
to add
hōmai
give(me)
hora
to spread out
hua rākau
fruit
hua whenua
vegetable
ika
fish
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
umu
oven
wai
water
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
ara
path
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
clean
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
stove
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