Let's revise the top ten words for the week!

The Māori word for 'tiresome' is '   '.

'Hoki' is a term that can be translated as 'going back' or 'to   '.

The terms 'divide', 'detach', 'depart' are translations for the Māori word '   '.

'Pukuriri' means 'to be angry', 'to be cross', 'hostile', or '   '.

'Ākuanei' means '   ', 'presently' or 'today'.

'Hauaitu' is a Ngāi Tahu term which means '   '.

'To request', 'send', 'ask for', 'order', 'command', 'apply for', or 'bid on' are examples of the Māori term '   '.

The Māori term for 'bill' is '   '.

'To land', 'come to rest' and 'settle on' are examples of the term '   '.

The Māori translation for 'honest' is '   '.

'   ' and 'less restricted' are translations of the term 'māmā'.



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