Haka

A haka (plural is the same as singular: haka) is a traditional ancestral war cry, dance or challenge from the Māori people of New Zealand. It is a posture dance performed by a group, with vigorous movements and stamping of the feet with rhythmically shouted accompaniment. The New Zealand rugby team`s practice of performing a haka before their ma....
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haka

(from the article `New Zealand literature`) ...asserting the performer`s high lineage and threatening her detractors), kaioraora (expressions of hatred and abuse of an enemy, promising terrible ...
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Haka

[sports] The Haka is a traditional Maori dance from New Zealand. There are thousands of Haka that are performed by various tribes and cultural groups throughout New Zealand. The best known Haka of them all is called `Ka Mate`. It has been performed by countless New Zealand teams both locally and internationally. It is normally performed imm...
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Haka

a cultural ceremonial display with a chant performed by many Southern Pacific teams as a challenge before a match.
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haka

traditional Māori dance, not always a war-dance, often performed by New Zealand sports teams, both local and international, to 'intimidate' opponents
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