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Aaporo 
Some Maori words are derived from English, like Aaporo for apple.
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Kia Ora 
Kia Ora, translated into english means hi or hello. Got friends or relatives overseas? Send a uniquely New Zealand "Kia Ora" to someone you know!
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Kina 
Kina is a Maori word that describes this shell fish, and means sea egg.
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Puku 
Puku is a Maori word that's transversed to become part of our colloquial vocabulary. Puku translates in English to mean stomach, tummy or abdomen.
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