Kia Kaha - Māori phrase used by both the Māori and Pākehā (European) people of New Zealand. Used as an affirmation

Kia Kaha - Māori phrase used by both the Māori and Pākehā (European) people of New Zealand. Used as an affirmation

New Zealand "sayings"! Some are common, others maybe not so, but fun for many. See my pin about Fred Dagg. Thus us his type of language......Antony.

New Zealand "sayings"! Some are common, others maybe not so, but fun for many. See my pin about Fred Dagg. Thus us his type of language......Antony.

kiwi tucker - Google Search

kiwi tucker - Google Search

Build a bridge and get over it. One of my favourite sayings I learned from my Kiwi friends!

Build a bridge and get over it. One of my favourite sayings I learned from my Kiwi friends!

A play on Robert Indiana's pop art sculpture. "Aroha" meaning LOVE in Maori (New Zealand native language) and also Kiwi slang. Also "Arohanui" meaning "big/much love". (Not Japanese for "aloha" ;)

A play on Robert Indiana's pop art sculpture. "Aroha" meaning LOVE in Maori (New Zealand native language) and also Kiwi slang. Also "Arohanui" meaning "big/much love". (Not Japanese for "aloha" ;)

New Zealand Slang, strangely enough meaning yes.

New Zealand Slang, strangely enough meaning yes.

right on

right on

Pinterest
Search