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  1. Ariki: An ariki, ‘ariki, aliki, ali‘i, ari'i or ‘eiki is or was a member of a hereditary chiefly or noble rank in Polynesia.
  2. Ariki is a racing yacht which was built in Auckland, New Zealand in 1904 by Logan Brothers. She had a distinguished career as a racing and cruising yacht. From the time of her launch in Oct 1904 she dominated first class Auckland yacht racing until the appearance of the yacht Ranger in 1938. She has the sail number A3.

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Google previewTikopia Ritual and Belief (Routledge Revivals) (2012)

by Raymond Firth

Fqfine ariki means literally ' chiefly female';. In Tikopia, succession to the normal office of chief is strictly patrilineal; no woman is ever recorded as having been chief of a clan, and the possibility ...

Google previewJournal. Appendix (1901)

by New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives

The Ariki is an imbecile, and is governed by a few corrupt ...

Google previewParliamentary Debates (1965)

House of Representatives by New Zealand. Parliament

Ariki is a new variety of ryegrass bred from crosses between short-rotation ryegrass and New Zealand |Hon. R. G. Gerard] perennial ryegrass. It retains the seasonal. Oral Answers to Questions Oral Answers to Questions 2739 16 SEP.

Google previewDictionary & Grammar of the Easter Island Language

ariki s. Dignatario / Familia real / Jefe / Jerarca / Monarca / Nobleza / Principe / Rey / / vt.

Google previewA Maori-English Lexicon: Being a Comprehensive Dictionary of the New Zealand Tongue (1898)

Including Mythical, Mythological, "taboo" Or Sacred, Genealogical ... and Other Names and Terms of and Allusions to Persons, Things, Acts, and Places in Ancient Times; Also, Showing Their Affinities with Cognate Polynesian Dialects and Foreign Languages; with Copious Pure Maori Examples ... by William Colenso

Ariki, s. 1. The first-born male or female child of a chief. 2. Title of heir, male or female.

Google previewA Dictionary of Some Tuamotuan Dialects of the Polynesian Language (2013)

by J.F. Stimson, Donald Stanley Marshall

ariki, fakāriki (ii) To cause to be-, become- a king, prince, overlord, or god. FAG, GTN | ta.ariki, tāriki Set apart for-, acted upon by the 'nobles; hence noble, chiefly, princely. Pertaining to the nobility .

Google previewA Carib Grammar and Dictionary (2008)

by Henk Courtz

ariki [GS] [T ariki, Wp jariki] Inl guianan saki ...

Google previewA Maori-English lexikon [specimens of a Maori-Engl. and Engl.-Maori dictionary]. (1898)

by William Colenso

Ariki, s. 1.

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of New Zealand (2016)

by Janine Hayward, Richard Shaw

Ariki Paramount chief tracing descent from one of the oceangoing vessels that brought Maori to New Zealand haka Ritual chant of defiance accompanied by stylized dance hapu Subtribe Hawai'iki Legendary homeland of the Maori, probably ...

Google previewDictionary Gilbert-English (1898)

Ariki, n., Calm, (the sea) ; E ariki ; The sea is ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Religion and Film (2011)

by Eric Michael Mazur

cutaway shots to both Shinto and Buddhist icons and artifacts—and the propagandistic Chichi ariki (There Was a Father, ...

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