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Te Reo Matatini

kīpaki

slang

tūingoa

WHAKAMĀRAMA

He kupu, he momo kōrero rānei, he tino ōpaki te āhua, ka whakamahia i ētahi momo horopaki, ki waenganui rānei i ngā tāngata o tētahi rōpū. I ētahi wā, kāore e mārama ana ngā kīpaki ki te rāwaho, nā runga i tana tauhou ki taua horopaki, ki taua rōpū rānei. Ka tino rangona te kīpaki i ngā kōrero ā-waha, kāore i te kōrero ā-tuhi.

Words or a type of language which is very informal, and used in particular contexts or amongst people from a particular group. At times slang will not be understood by an outsider who is unfamiliar to the context or the group. Slang is predominantly heard in oral language, and not often used in written language.

Tauira KŌrero

Kāti tō whakamahi kīpaki e tama. Me mutu i konā!

Arā kē ngā kīpaki a te hunga tākaro whutupōro, tē aro i a au!

He reanga hou, he kīpaki hou ka puta.

WhakamĀrama Āpitihanga

Hei tauira o te kīpaki:

  • tūmeke (mō te pai, te mīharo rānei o tētahi āhuatanga)
  • tou areare (mō te tangata apu kai)
  • māu tōu ene (hei parahako i te whakaaro, i te kōrero, i te mahi rānei a tētahi)
  • maramara keke (arā, he māmā noa iho te whakaoti i tētahi mahi)

Takenga Mai

kī - to say

kī (kīanga) - expression, saying

paki (ōpaki) - informal

Tauira KŌrero

Kāti tō whakamahi kīpaki e tama. Me mutu i konā!

Arā kē ngā kīpaki a te hunga tākaro whutupōro, tē aro i a au!

He reanga hou, he kīpaki hou ka puta.

WhakamĀrama Āpitihanga