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ngangahu

make a shrill high pitched noise in a haka or wero

tūingoa, tūmahi poro

WHAKAMĀRAMA

Ko te tuku i te oro tīkā, he momo pakō, me te pūkanakana o ngā whatu, te hūpekepeke o ngā waewae. He mahi tēnei nā te kaihaka, me te kaiwero, he whakahauhau anō i te kapa kia mataara, kia kaha te tū.

The releasing of a shrill sound, a loud sudden noise, accompanied with dilating of the eyes and jumping movements. This is the action of a haka performer or a person doing the wero, and it also encourages the group to be alert and vigorous.

Tauira KŌrero

Ka rangona te ngangahu haere a te kaiwero.

Tū ana te ihiihi i te ngangahu a te manu mīreirei, me te tūtū anō o te kapa ki muri i a ia.

Ko te ngangahu he mea whakaata i te ngoto o te kare ā-roto e pupū ake ana.

Tauira KŌrero

Ka rangona te ngangahu haere a te kaiwero.

Tū ana te ihiihi i te ngangahu a te manu mīreirei, me te tūtū anō o te kapa ki muri i a ia.

Ko te ngangahu he mea whakaata i te ngoto o te kare ā-roto e pupū ake ana.