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Maori māori, meaning "aborigine", "native", "normal", "ordinary", or "plain".
Alternative forms 
- Māori: Preferred usage in Māori text.
- Mäori: Alternative usage in Māori text where macrons not available.
- Maaori: Alternative usage in Māori text with limited character sets.
- Of, from, or pertaining to the Maori.
of, from, or pertaining to the Māori
- Language of the Maori.
- Indigenous people of Aotearoa New Zealand.
- Member of the people of New Zealand.
Usage notes 
The plural form "Maoris" is sometimes used for members of the people, but "Maori" is preferred, as the term is invariant in Māori.
language of the Māori
indigenous people of Aotearoa New Zealand
member of the people of New Zealand
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See also 
- Ngata Dictionary (new URL 2005 - it now has macrons, but it is initially unable to recognise them in a Maori-English search)
- ngā aho whakamāori-ā-tuhi (English and Maori Word Translator) formerly from the Knowledge Engineering Laboratory of University of Otāgo, now based in Auckland
- He Kupu Rorohiko - Computer-related terms, by Te Taka Keegan - over 350 Maori-English words and phrases, followed by English-Maori
- Maori - English Dictionary: from Webster's Dictionary - the Rosetta Edition.
- ISO 639-1 code mi, ISO 639-3 code mri
- Ethnologue entry for Maori, mi
- eTexts at the NZ Electronic Text Centre
- A Dictionary of the Maori Language, by Herbert Williams (1957).
- Maori-Polynesian Comparative Dictionary, by Edward Tregear (1891).
- First Lessons in Maori, by Bishop William Williams (1930)