Wāhanga o Te Rā/ Times of the Day in Māori

Wāhanga o Te Rā/ Times of the Day in Māori

Learn some new words in Māori during Mahuru Māori/Māori Language Month. Here are the various times of the day…enjoy!

Waenganui pō – Midnight

Wāhanga o Te Rā/ Times of the Day in Māori

Te Pō – Night

Wāhanga o Te Rā/ Times of the Day in Māori

Atapō – Before Dawn

Wāhanga o Te Rā/ Times of the Day in Māori

Ata Hapāra – Breath of Dawn

Wāhanga o Te Rā/ Times of the Day in Māori

Atatū – Just after sunrise

Wāhanga o Te Rā/ Times of the Day in Māori

Awatea – River of Light

Wāhanga o Te Rā/ Times of the Day in Māori

Ata – Morning

Wāhanga o Te Rā/ Times of the Day in Māori

Poupoutanga o te rā – Noon

Wāhanga o Te Rā/ Times of the Day in Māori

Ahiahi – Afternoon/fiery sun

Wāhanga o Te Rā/ Times of the Day in Māori

Rehurehutanga o te rā – Dusk 

Wāhanga o Te Rā/ Times of the Day in Māori

Tōnga o te rā – Sunset

Wāhanga o Te Rā/ Times of the Day in Māori

Feel free to download and keep these. I hope you also enjoyed the Skyrim ambient music.

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2 thoughts on “Wāhanga o Te Rā/ Times of the Day in Māori

    1. Yes it is isn’t it 😍 the words are short sharp and easy to remember. I am learning Māori as I do this and it’s definitely enriching to learn the language of my people. Hope you are having a good weekend Terry 😊

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