/ (ˈpɑːrəʊeɪ) /
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noun plural parore
a dark brownish-green fish, Girella tricuspidata of coastal and estuarine waters in New Zealand's North Island and AustraliaAlso called: luderick, mangrove fish
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One is a grandson and the other a nephew of Parore, a Nga-Puhi chief of high family and of great respectability.The Treaty of Waitangi|T. Lindsay Buick