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Examples from the Web for taupo

Historical Examples of taupo

  • Because the movements of the siva are natural, the body of the taupo is natural.

  • It was signed by one of the handmaidens of Seuka, the taupo of Pago Pago.

  • Not so the Taupo tribes, who were less controlled by such motives.

    The Treaty of Waitangi

    T. Lindsay Buick

  • Naturally, the little settlement at Taupo was thrown into a state of intense excitement.

    An Old New Zealander

    T. Lindsay Buick

  • The geographer could not have guessed if the word "Taupo," frequently repeated, had not attracted his attention.

British Dictionary definitions for taupo


  1. Lake Taupo a lake in New Zealand, on central North Island: the largest lake of New Zealand. Area: 616 sq km (238 sq miles)
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