- a talk or discussion; meeting
- (intr) to speak or converse
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Examples from the Web for korero
Troops of natives came from all directions to the korero with the rangatira nui, or great gentleman from England.
The purpose of this visit was to arrange a time and place at which the chiefs might be invited to a korero.
Ko tana hanga kia korero, his custom was to speak, &c.; it should be, he korero.Grammar of the New Zealand language (2nd edition)
We had our korero with the chiefs, and arranged to purchase a block, or section of a block rather, on the Pahi.Brighter Britain! (Volume 1 of 2)
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