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adjective adverbs ahau e pupuri ana ahau common noun Ehara Examples followed by prep Future haere hanga hei muri Hemi Hoani hoatu hoiho hold hopu horse Indicative Mood ingoa interrogative Kahore ahau Kei runga kona konei kore ahau korero Koutou language mahi Maori Maori language matau Matua Mood muri naku negative neuter verbs Nga tangata noho Nouns and Personal nouns of locality oneone Optative Mood Paora Papuan Languages participles pass passive verbs past patu person spoken Personal Pronouns phatic plural possession predicate prefix preposition pron pukapuka pupuri ahau puritia rakau raro reira relative clause Rewi rongo roto rua tekau sentence Sir George Grey Subjunctive Mood taku tana tatou taua Tekau ma rua tena tenei tense tera tetahi thing tino pai toki toku whare tona toru Tuakana verb Wahine waho whai words
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Page 75 - Borneo, 8vo. pp. 77 to 154. 3s. 6d, The above is, without exception, the most important addition yet made to African Philology. The amount of materials brought together by Sir George, with a view to elucidate the subject, is stupendous -. and the labour bestowed on them, and the results arrived at...