He pātaka kupu : te kai a te rangatira / Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori.

Contributor(s): Māori Language Commission. Te Taura Whiri i te Reo MāoriMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: [Auckland] N. Z. : Raupo, 2008Description: xxvii, 1180 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 9780143009788; 9780143010081; 9780143010470Other title: Pātaka kupu : te kai a te rangatiraUniform titles: Word storehouse. Subject(s): Māori language -- Dictionaries | Māori language -- Vocabulary | Papakupu | Reo MāoriAwards: Summary: He Pataku Kupu: te kai a te rangatira is a Māori-only language resource, compiled out of seven years' research by the Māori Language Commission. Containing over 20,000 entries, it is a comprehensive and authoritative dictionary of the Māori language, for a general audience. For each entry, the dictionary gives the atua category, parts of speech, definitions, examples of the word used in context, and an etymology of the word, drawing on a wide corpus of written material in te reo.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. xxvi-xxvii).

He Pataku Kupu: te kai a te rangatira is a Māori-only language resource, compiled out of seven years' research by the Māori Language Commission. Containing over 20,000 entries, it is a comprehensive and authoritative dictionary of the Māori language, for a general audience. For each entry, the dictionary gives the atua category, parts of speech, definitions, examples of the word used in context, and an etymology of the word, drawing on a wide corpus of written material in te reo.

Text in Māori.

Montana New Zealand Book Awards. Māori language, 2009.

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