Some of these are: Aotearoa: New Zealand.Popularly interpreted to mean 'land of the long white cloud', but the original derivation is uncertain Reference: Anonymous, Last Update: 2020-01-19 In addition, the women in this study felt that health provider support needed to be more encouraging, understanding and more readily available. Reference: Anonymous, Last Update: 2019-04-12 This could guide the Ministry to target funding and have the most significant impact in Māori women smoking cessation. Māori pēpi, māmā and whānau will have improved access to healthcare services with a new suite of pregnancy assessment tools called Best Start Kōwae. I am pregnant. In one tradition the hei tiki talisman was said to help with conception. Pandemic Group) and Tumu Whakarae (the National DHB Māori General Managers Group) for dissemination to DHB Māori Directorates. When Paratene and Katerina Ngata feared that they could not have children, they went to a tohunga and underwent a ritual. Usage Frequency: 1 Hineteiwaiwa had a difficult birth – the karakia to help her was ‘Ko te tuku o Hineteiwaiwa’. Ngā whakamātau HIV o te hapūtanga. One meaning of huatea is ‘without substance’, and the word is also used to describe other situations. Quality: 1. A Singaporean woman, who was infected with the coronavirus in March when she was pregnant, has given birth to a baby with antibodies against the virus, offering a new clue as to whether the infection can be transferred from mother to child. Usage Frequency: 1 Reference: Anonymous, Last Update: 2020-03-12 Quality: Māori legends and stories have been passed down for generations, and it is said that the Demi God Māui created New Zealand when he used his magic hook to fish it … There were three types of birth: rauru nui (large umbilical cord), an uncomplicated birth; rauru whiria (tangled umbilical cord), a long and difficult birth; and rauru maruaitu (umbilical cord of disaster) a difficult birth that led to a stillborn child. Reference: Anonymous, Last Update: 2020-09-16 Usage Frequency: 1 If childbirth was prolonged then a tohunga could recite a karakia to bring about the birth. Quality: He said to Ruatapu that he was a pōriro or tama meamea (bastard) and was conceived on a ‘moenga rau-kawakawa’ (bed of leaves), whereas with Kahutiaterangi, ‘I aitia ki runga i te takapau wharanui.’ (He was conceived on a ‘wide woven mat’ – within a lawful marriage. Usage Frequency: 1 Reference: Anonymous, Last Update: 2020-08-15 Reference: Anonymous, Last Update: 2017-02-09 This web-only information in te reo Māori explains the test. Quality: Babies born in Tauranga in the mid-19th century could look forward to a childhood free of physical discipline. Quality: Usage Frequency: 2 The tool launched today is available for all pregnant mothers to use but has a special focus on uptake and equity of māma and pēpi Māori. See also English version with photographs HE1832. The original ancestors were Papatūānuku, the Earth mother, and Ranginui, the sky father. The journey was a chance for the women to reconnect with ancestral whenua while also having a physical and spiritual experience as wāhine Māori. This article begins with a discussion of the position of women in Maori society before colonisation. hapū Māori Discuss this pregnant English translation with the community: When a family line was in danger of disappearing through lack of children it was called a whare ngaro (lost house). Project 3 is located in South Auckland and Te Whare Pora in Flaxmere, which is a hauora ‘clinic’ for pregnant women staffed by weavers, rather than health professionals. Usage Frequency: 1 The study found that a higher percentage of young pregnant Māori women experience assault resulting in hospitalisation either during or after pregnancy than non-Māori. 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