Ko ora

21:48 Aug 1, 2000
Maori to English translations [Non-PRO]
Maori term or phrase: Ko ora
A greeting
Joseph Wilkie

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Branka Arrivé



224 days

If it's a greeting, it's probably "Ki ora" - a general greeting meaning "hello" or "welcome".
"Ki" is a locative particle with basic meaning of "motion towards".
"Ora" means "be healthy, well, alive".

    Bruce Biggs, Let's Learn Maori
Branka Arrivé
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