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Wharenui. The meeting house. Outside wharenui. Front of wharenui. Paepae – The paepae is the step or steps where the speakers sit Raparapa – The raparapa are the carved ends of the barge boards Pakitara – The pakitara are the outside walls of the wharenui

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wharenui

Wharenui

The meeting house

front of wharenui
Front of wharenui
  • Paepae – The paepae is the step or steps where the speakers sit
  • Raparapa – The raparapa are the carved ends of the barge boards
  • Pakitara – The pakitara are the outside walls of the wharenui
  • Amo – The amo is the carved panel supporting the maihi
  • Tekoteko – The tekoteko is the carving above the koruru
  • Mahau – The mahau is the verandah area
  • Matapihi – The matapihi is the window
  • Koruru – The koruru is a carving below the tekoteko
  • Whakawae – The whakawae are the decorated sides of the doorway
  • Pare – The pare is the decorated top of the doorway
inside of wharenui
Inside of wharenui
  • tukutuku – The tukutuku are the woven panels inside the wharenui that have different patterns
  • heke – The heke are the rafters or ribs of the wharenui
  • pou tokomanawa – The pou tokomanawa is a carved ridge pole
  • tahuhu– The tāhuhu is the ridge beam or spine of the wharenui
  • poupou – The Poupou are the carved panels on the side of the wharenui
  • pou tuarongo – The carved support at the back of the wharenui