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In Māori tradition, Tainui was one of the great ocean-going canoes in which Polynesians migrated to New Zealand approximately 800 years ago. The Tainui waka was named after an infant who did not survive childbirth. At the burial site of this child, at a place in Hawaiki known then as Maungaroa, a great tree grew; this was the tree that was used to build the ocean canoe.

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  • Das Tainui Waka war in der Mythologie der Māori eines der großen seegängigen Kanus (Waka), in denen Polynesier vor etwa 800 Jahren nach Neuseeland immigrierten. Das Kanu wurde nach einem totgeborenen Säugling benannt: Auf dem an einem Maungaroa genannten Ort gelegenen Grab dieses Kindes in Hawaiki wuchs ein mächtiger Baum, der zum Bau dieses Kanus verwendet wurde.
  • In Māori tradition, Tainui was one of the great ocean-going canoes in which Polynesians migrated to New Zealand approximately 800 years ago. The Tainui waka was named after an infant who did not survive childbirth. At the burial site of this child, at a place in Hawaiki known then as Maungaroa, a great tree grew; this was the tree that was used to build the ocean canoe.
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  • Tainui
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  • Hoturoa
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  • Waikato, Ngāti Maniapoto, Hauraki, Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Toa, Ngāti Rārua, Ngāti Koata, Ngāti Marutūahu, Te Kawerau a Maki, Nga Puhi and Ngāi Tai.
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  • Whangaparaoa, Bay of Plenty, Kāwhia
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  • Rakataura aka Hape
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  • Das Tainui Waka war in der Mythologie der Māori eines der großen seegängigen Kanus (Waka), in denen Polynesier vor etwa 800 Jahren nach Neuseeland immigrierten. Das Kanu wurde nach einem totgeborenen Säugling benannt: Auf dem an einem Maungaroa genannten Ort gelegenen Grab dieses Kindes in Hawaiki wuchs ein mächtiger Baum, der zum Bau dieses Kanus verwendet wurde.
  • In Māori tradition, Tainui was one of the great ocean-going canoes in which Polynesians migrated to New Zealand approximately 800 years ago. The Tainui waka was named after an infant who did not survive childbirth. At the burial site of this child, at a place in Hawaiki known then as Maungaroa, a great tree grew; this was the tree that was used to build the ocean canoe.
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