Ō mātou mōhiotanga

I roto i ngā tau, nā ā mātou rangahau kua kite mātou, ko ētahi atu anō i te huarahi whaihua e tautokona ai te whanaketanga ake o te iwi Māori. Kua rārangi mai ā mātou tuhinga ki konei. Rapua mā te kaupapa, mā te rangi i whakaputaina rānei

Hokioi rere po, pekapeka rere ahiahi

The hokioi flies at night, the bat flies in the evening. (The hokioi was a legendary bird that could never be seen, but whose screech could be heard at night.)

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