What Is Goodbye in Maori?

Answer

E noho rÄ? means Goodbye (from a person leaving) or E haere rÄ? means Goodbye (from a person staying). The Maori language is cherished and loved by the indigenous people of New Zealand where a little line above some vowels, indicates vowel length.
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Ka kite ano --- see you again. Haere ra --- goodbye, if you are the person staying. E noho ra ----- goodbye, if you are the one leaving. ka kite apopo----- I'll see you tomorrow.
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In Maori, the English word 'goodbye' would translate to 'E noho r?'...
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It depends on the context: Hello (informal or answering the telephone) - Kia ora Hello (to one person) - Tēnā koe Hello (to two people) - Tēnā kōrua Hello
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E noho ra - This is said to the person staying. Haere ra - This is said to the person going. Ka kite ano - This means "See you again"
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