Aotearoa

[canoe] In Māori tradition, Aotearoa (canoe) was one of the great ocean-going, voyaging canoes that was used in the migrations that settled New Zealand. ...
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Aotearoa

[overture] Aotearoa is an overture written for orchestra by New Zealand composer Douglas Lilburn in the year 1940. The overture is one of three early works by Lilburn which center on the theme of national identity; the other two are 1944`s Landfall in Unknown Seas, for narrator and orchestra, and the tone poem A Song of Islands of 1946. The...
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Aotearoa

[disambiguation] Aotearoa is the Māori name for New Zealand. It may also refer to: ...
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Aotearoa

Aotearoa (lang, originally used in reference to the North Island of New Zealand, is now the most widely known and accepted Māori name for the entire country. It is often pronounced ə by English speakers), and is becoming increasingly widespread in the bilingual names of national organisations, such as the National Library of New Zealand / Te Pun...
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