Thank you to Windsor Park Baptist Church for creating this resource, which we are reproducing each day with permission. It was originally made as a booklet by WindsorCreative with visual identity adapted from reomaori.co.nz resources. Click here for an introduction to Māori Language Week. 

Rāpare | Thursday

Ko ___ tōku Pāpā | ___ is my father

Ko ___ tōku Māmā | ___ is my mother

Ko ___ rāua ko ___ ōku mātua | ___ and ___ are my parents

Ko ___ tōku ingoa | My name is ___


Tuakana - elder to female/male same gender

Teina - younger to female/male same gender

Tuāhine - sister to a brother or cousin

Tungane - brother to a sister or cousin

Tamaiti/child - use the tāku

Tamariki/children - use the aku


ADVERTISEMENT

WindsorCreative is a faith-based graphic design studio social enterprise with a vision to partner with churches, charities, and social enterprises by providing powerful graphic design deserving of their meaningful messages as they reach their own vision to make a difference in their community—ultimately, we change communities with them. Click here for more information about WindsorCreative.


Image credit: WindsorCreative and reomaori.co.nz

Add comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Read More Articles

From the President: remove the calluses from my heart Image
Articles
February 29, 2024 | Susan Osborne Channel: 2144749

From the President: remove the calluses from my heart

A February update from our President: Susan Osborne...

After two years of war: Ukraine’s church that grows hope Image
News
February 27, 2024 | Igor Bandura Channel: 2144749

After two years of war: Ukraine’s church that grows hope

"We thank God with special prayers for all our international friends, partners, and prayerful supporters."

Charles Mail: New life Image
Articles
February 26, 2024 | Charles Hewlett Channel: 2144749

Charles Mail: New life

New Chair of Baptist Women New Zealand, cohort of Pastoral Leadership students, and pastoral appointments…

';

Privacy Preference Center