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Pakeha Māori

noun
  1. (in the 19th century) a European who adopted the Māori way of life
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Historical Examples

  • Meanwhile, what of the pakeha-Maori in this nest of Hauhaus?

    The adventures of Kimble Bent

    James Cowan

  • He is for ever beyond the pale; and he will die as he has lived, a pakeha-Maori.

  • But none of them had a wilder story to tell than has the man whose narrative is here presented—Kimble Bent, the pakeha-Maori.

  • The pakeha-Maori was also a non-combatant, but he remained in the pa with Titokowaru until the firing began.

  • A heavy fire was at this moment opened on the troops by the Hauhaus, and bullets flew thick around the pakeha-Maori.