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Ahere ― Bird snare
Ahorangi ― The name means enlightened in the Maori language.
Ahurewa ― A sacred place.
Aihe ― Dolphin in Maori language.
Aio ― Peace
Airini ― Peace, a woman of a peaceful nature.
Aka ― Also known as, Affectionate
Akenehi ― Chaste and pure
Akona ― To enthuse
Ametihita ― Not intoxicated
Amiria ― Amiria is the Maori version of Amelia. It means ‘hard worker’.
Ana ― Gracious and satisfying
Anahera ― The majestic and powerful angel
Anahira ― Archangel or angel
Aoatea ― Dawn
Aperira ― Aperira is the Maori form of April.
Aputa ― Open spaces
Aramoana ― Pathway to the ocean.
Aranga ― Maori word for Easter.
Arataki ― The leader, a man with leadership qualities.
Arihi ― A woman of noble kind
Arihia ― One who is noble and kind.
Arikiwi ― Cloak made of kiwi feathers.
Aroha ― Love,mercy; one who is compassionate individual
Arona ― Colorful
Aronui ― Desire, or greatly desired
Arorangi ― To heaven
Ataahua ― A beautiful girl
Atarangi ― Morning sky
Atawhai ― A person who is kind and caring.
Awhireinga ― Embraced by the spirit world
Awi ― A Maori word for ivy.
Emere ― The name means rival in Maori language.
Epa ― An offering to the god.
Erihapeti ― Helper or supporter
Haeata ― Dawn in the Maori language.
Haeatatanga ― Light beam
Hahana ― Radiance, shine or brilliance.
Hana ― Arabic for “happiness,” and Japanese for “flower,” Korean for “One, First, Consistency,” and Hawaiian for “work
Harata ― Free man
Hau ― In Maori, Hau means wind.
Hauku ― Dew, as fresh as dew.
Haumiatiketike ― A guardian of the fern root.
Heeni ― Heeni is the Maori form of Jane. It means Jehovah has been gracious.
Hine ― Hine is a Maori word for girl.
Hinewai ― Water maiden in Maori mythology.
Hoana ― God is gracious and merciful.
Hokaka ― A desirable woman
Horowai ― Waterfall
Huihana ― Maori word for lily or lotus.
Hunapo ― Hidden darkness
Hunu ― Sunray or sun in the Maori language.
Ihapera ― My God is a vow
Ikaroa ― The long part of a fish
Inia ― A body of water.
Iorangi ― The cirrus cloud
Iraia ― The God wrestler
Irirangi ― The spirit voice
Iwa ― Yew or eve
Iwi ― Nation, tribe or realm
Kaheru ― Digging instrument, or decorative wreath
Kahikatea ― Pine tree found in New Zealand. A variation of Kahikatea.
Kahikatoa ― Manuka or red pine tree
Kahu ― Harrier hawk, or cloak
Kahuiwi ― Cloak particular to a certain tribe in New Zealand.
Kahukura ― Rainbow
Kaia ― Kaia name means The Sea
Kaihautu ― Leader, a man or woman with leadership qualities
Kakarauri ― Dusk, or garment of darkness
Kamaka ― Kamaka means rock in the Maori language
Kaori ― Kaori means The Rope of the Bird Snares
Katarine ― Katarine means The one who is Pure
Kiri ― The name means Tree Bark
Kora ― Kora means Companion
Mahuika ― Mahuika is the name of the Maori Goddess of Fire.
Maia ― Mother; One who has unconditional love like a mother
Makareta ― Makareta is the Maori form of Margareta. It means pearl.
Manaia ― From the mythological figure, a man with the head of a bird
Marama ― She is like the moon
Ngaio ― The image or mirror image on the water places.
Ngaire ― A silver-colored fern
Nyree ― The most praised person. The most graceful. of the Islamic Prophet.
Pania ― Name of a beautiful sea maiden in Maori mythology.
Pounamu ― A treasured gift.
Rongo ― Peace, peace loving people
Tia ― An aunt, daughter born to royalty
Tino Aroha ― One who is loved and adored by all.
Tui ― A kind of bird which eats honey always as food.
Whina ― Helper, a helpful and kind girl.
Wikitoria ― Victorious. A Maori variation of Victoria.