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Tino tangata—A "good man," in the language of the prize-ring; a warrior; or literally, a very, or perfect man.Old New Zealand:|'A Pakeha Maori' [Frederick Edwa [Maning]
Human sacrifices are called tangata taboo; and when any thing is forbidden to be eat, or made use of, they say, that is taboo.
It was called "O le asi pulu tangata," the asi tree the refuge of men.Samoa, A Hundred Years Ago And Long Before|George Turner
He whare no tenei tangata, a house belonging to this man, or of this man's.First Lessons in the Maori Language|William Leonard Williams
Take care, the pakeha is a taniwha; the pakeha is a tino tangata!Old New Zealand|Earl of Pembroke.