Origin of haka
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The Haka, a traditional Maori dance, is best known as the pregame ritual of the New Zealand All Blacks rugby team.Cartoon Streetfights, Giant Mutant Spider Dogs, and More Viral Videos|Jack Holmes|September 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Their skulls had decorated the village of some Chin chief at Haka ever since.
The Hakas, lying south of the Tashon country and round about Haka.
A great Maori haka was held, to which not only the natives themselves, but the whole of the English inhabitants, were invited.The Chronicles of a Gay Gordon|Jos Maria Gordon
On the 9th the sappers, with a covering escort, commenced work on the road to Haka, which was sixty-four miles distant.
Every one thought that our men would be in Haka in ten or twelve days, and all calculations were based on this estimate.