mangemange

/ (mɑːəŋəmɑːəŋə) /

noun plural mangemange

a climbing fern, Lygodium articulatum, of New Zealand's North Island

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Word Origin for mangemange

Māori
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Example sentences from the Web for mangemange

  • A small river, the Mangemange, had to be forded on the way, and here Bent had a taste of some of the minor adventures of the bush.

  • When the pa was attacked he was at least three miles away, on the northern side of the Mangemange stream.