A quick reference to the maori shapes and symbols used in some of our jewellery. You can also view it here http://www.pauaworld.com/maori-shapes-and-symbols/ #samoan #tattoo

A quick reference to the maori shapes and symbols used in some of our jewellery. You can also view it here http://www.pauaworld.com/maori-shapes-and-symbols/ #samoan #tattoo

Hakas... Just gently placing it on the table...

How to do the Haka: Master the fearsome Maori dance in 11 Steps (with pictures)

Hakas... Just gently placing it on the table...

Maori women, New Zealand, c. 1900. They are doing a Hongi which is a touch of the noses. These is a greeting and also sign of respect.

Maori women, New Zealand, c. 1900. They are doing a Hongi which is a touch of the noses. These is a greeting and also sign of respect.

Stock vector of 'Four seamless Maori Kowhaiwhai patterns.'

Stock vector of 'Four seamless Maori Kowhaiwhai patterns.'

Maori body parts                                                                                                                                                      More

Maori body parts More

Te Reo phrases to use in class                                                                                                                                                     More

Te Reo phrases to use in class More

Ka wani ke! Now this is Maori Time!! This is from domesticscene.wordpress! Excellent for advanced learners of Te Reo, here are the maori name for parts of the day. #reobits

Te Ara Reo wiki 7 [wāhanga o te rā/ parts of the day]

Ka wani ke! Now this is Maori Time!! This is from domesticscene.wordpress! Excellent for advanced learners of Te Reo, here are the maori name for parts of the day. #reobits

The Joining ~ Celtic spiral and Maori koru design. Handcarved in cow bone

Maori koru & Celtic twist carving~ symbolising eternal bonding and growth.Hand carved in cow bone

The Joining ~ Celtic spiral and Maori koru design. Handcarved in cow bone

Maori carvings of New Zealand KahuroaKahungunu: Kahungunu was the ancestor of the Māori tribe Ngāti Kahungunu, and is seen here holding a hoe and a canoe paddle. This shows his abilities as a navigator. The carving is part of the canoe house on Treaty grounds, Waitangi.

Maori carvings of New Zealand KahuroaKahungunu: Kahungunu was the ancestor of the Māori tribe Ngāti Kahungunu, and is seen here holding a hoe and a canoe paddle. This shows his abilities as a navigator. The carving is part of the canoe house on Treaty grounds, Waitangi.

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