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List of Maori Names for Baby Boys with Meanings
Aata ― Bear or stone in Maori language.
Ahika ― means sustaining and enhancing our place orcommunities, wero or challenge
Akahata ― Supreme
Amahau ― To gather
Anewa ― To fall
Apera ― Breath
Aperahama ― Father of a mighty nation
Arapeta ― Noble and famous. A famous man.
Ari ― Variation of Ariel which means the lion of God
Atama ― Soul of a person; expressive and versatile
Atawhai ― A person who is kind and caring.
Eruera ― Eruera is the Maori form of Edward and means rich and happy guardian.
Etera ― Aid or help
Hahona ― Healer
Haimona ― Listening
Harata ― Free man
Hau ― In Maori, Hau means wind.
Hehu ― God rescues
Heketoro ― Fairy sprit
Henare ― Home ruler or estate ruler
Hohepa ― He will enlarge
Huatare ― Huatare is the name of a famous chief.
Hunapo ― Hidden darkness
Hunu ― Sunray or sun in the Maori language.
Iarere ― To descend, or the descendant
Iehohapata ― The Lord judges
Ieni ― God is gracious and merciful
Ietepere ― Chaste, or unmarried
Ietoro ― Pre-eminence
Ihaia ― God is salvation
Ihaka ― He will laugh
Ihu ― God rescues
Ikaroa ― The long part of a fish
Iorama ― God is exalted
Iorangi ― The cirrus cloud
Iotama ― God is perfect.
Iraia ― The God wrestler
Irirangi ― The spirit voice
Iwi ― Nation, tribe or realm
Kai ― The Scottish and American meaning is Fire, The Hawaiian is The Sea, Welsh meaning is Keeper of the keys
Kaihautu ― Leader, a man or woman with leadership qualities
Kamaka ― Kamaka means rock in the Maori language
Kauri ― Name of a tree found in NewZealanad
Kiritopa ― Kiritopa is a variant of Christopher and means bearer of Christ.
Koraka ― Koraka means A South Island Chief
Maaka ― Maaka is the Maori version of Mark. It means consecrated to the god Mars.
Mahaka ― A Ngati Kahungunu Chief
Makareta ― Makareta is the Maori form of Margareta. It means pearl.
Manaaki ― To cherish, conserve and sustain
Marcellin ― Marcellin is a form of Marc and means from Marcus or refers to the Roman god of war.
Marcellino ― Maori is the Maori of Mark and means from Marcus.
Matiu ― Gift of God
Mere ― Maori version of Mary. It means bitter.
Mikaere ― Who is like God
Nikau ― Name of a palm tree found in New Zealand
Purta ― A person who i mythical
Puta ― A mythological person
Rangi ― Sky, or god of the sky
Rapata ― Bright fame
Rawiri ― Beloved, one who is loved by everyone
Rongo ― Peace, peace loving people
Ropata ― A variant of Rapata. It means bright fame.
Ruru ― A Maori word for morepork, New Zealand’s native owl.
Tanemahuta ― Man, or god of the forests
Tangaroa ― God of the sea, or god of fire
Tawera ― A morning star
Tayn ― The God of light
Tia ― An aunt, daughter born to royalty
Tipene ― Tipene is the Maori version of Stephen. It means crown.
Tui ― A kind of bird which eats honey always as food.
Wiremu ― Maori form of William. It means protection or helmet.