The Māori language (known as Te Reo Māori) is still spoken to some extent by about a fifth of all Māori, representing 3% of the total population.
Maori are the indigenous people of Aotearoa New Zealand. Contemporary Maori culture has been shaped by the traditions of its rich cultural heritage.
New Zealand's Māori culture is an integral part of Kiwi life and adds a unique, dynamic experience for visitors.
New Zealand history. An overview covering the pre-historic, colonial and modern periods. Māori history and culture - brief prehistory.
The Māori language (Māori: Te Reo Māori, shortened to Te Reo) is the language of the Māori and an official language of New Zealand. It is an Austronesian language.
Look up Māori, māori, Maori, or maori in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Māori or Maori can refer to: Māori people of New Zealand, or members of that group
Māori are the tangata whenua – the people of the land. In over 700 years of settlement, they have shown an extraordinary ability to adapt first to a new ...
Maori definition, a member of the native Polynesian population of New Zealand. ... maori; māori battalion; māori bread; māori bug; māori bunk; māori hen; māori ...
After five years of secret negotiations, diplomats from 12 countries signed the massive Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement Thursday in Auckland, New Zealand.
In New Zealand the Māori language is experiencing a revival. Try to learn some Māori language phrases while you're here – start with 'Kia ora' – hello!