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Wedding Haka - Subtitled & translated (01:46)

tu madre · 2 years ago
Wedding Haka - Tika Tonu - Waimarama Putara c.1915 Leader: Tika tonu! Everyone: U - e!  Leader:  Tika tonu!  Everyone:  U... e!  Tika tonu atu ki a koe, e tama  Hiki nei koe aku whakaaro, pakia! He hiki aha to hiki?  He hiki roa to hiki?  I a ha hā! E tama, te uaua ana  E tama, te mārō  Roa ina hoki ra  Te tohe o te uaua na E tāu nei.  Āna! Āna! Āna! Aue... Hī! Leader: (What is right is always right!) Everyone: (In - deed! ) Leader: (What is right is always right!) Everyone: (Ah... yes! ) (Be true to yourself, my son!) (My concerns have been raised about you, so pay attention!....) (What is this problem you are carrying?) (How long have you been carrying it for?) (Have you got that? Right, let's go on.) (So son, although it may be difficult for you ) (and son, although it seems to be unyielding ) (no matter how long you reflect on it ) (the answer to the problem ) (is here inside you.) (Indeed! Indeed! Indeed! Yes, indeed!) Origin: As far as is known, this haka was composed by Waimarama Puhara, a highly respected chief of the central Hawkes Bay area. Waimarama was born at Paki Paki in about 1875, the son of Urupene Puhara and Marata Herea, and he married Ngahiti Rautu in about 1900. Apparently he composed the haka in about 1914 as a message to his son Moana, who had been born in about 1899 and had been attending St Patrick's College, Silverstream. At the time Waimarama could see his son was having difficulties - something like a chip on his shoulder or some other intangible problem. Moana married Ngawini Cowan (Kawana) at Gladstone, near Masterton in January 1922. But tragically, he died only five months later. Usage: Young people are taught this haka as it contains an appropriate message for many adolescent males, particularly at that point in their lives where they are making the difficult transition into adulthood. The message of this haka is of challenge, struggle, perseverance and achievement. It is often used at events such as 21st birthdays and graduations. It is also used at tangi, to pay homage and respect to those who have guided young people through difficult times. Original Video: https://youtu.be/rX4Q4AaVELw Source: http://www.folksong.org.nz/tika_tonu/ I do not own this video. I shortened it, added subtitles and translated it.

The Greatest haka EVER? (02:24)

World Rugby · 2 years ago
Ahead of the final of Rugby World Cup 2011 in New Zealand, the French team formed an arrow as the All Blacks performed their pre-match tradition - the haka. Follow World Rugby on social media: TWITTER.COM/RUGBYWORLDCUP FACEBOOK.COM/RUGBYWORLDCUP WWW.TWITTER.COM/WORLDRUGBY FACEBOOK.COM/WORLDUGBY INSTAGRAM.COM/WORLDRUGBY

Wedding Haka (04:35)

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High School Boys Honour Retiring Teacher With Moving Haka (01:52)

Storyful News · 1 year ago
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Haka - Homenagem no Casamento (04:35)

PauLo VaLLejO · 1 year ago
Haka: Uma típica *Dança* do povo Maori que demonstra a paixão, o vigor masculino e a identificação com a raça. É usada tanto para dar boas vindas a visitantes quanto para espantar maus espíritos e tribos inimigas.

JONAH LOMU FINAL HAKA PERFORMED BY FORMER TEAMMATES AND FANS | MTVOSMAN [REACTION] (10:07)

OZZY · 1 year ago
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HAKA - Baile en una Boda - con subtítulos en español (03:27)

PRO FIT NUTRITION · 1 year ago
Sube el volumen… El HAKA es un clamor tradicional de guerra, danza o el desafío de los maoríes de Nueva Zelanda [1]. Es una danza de postura realizada por un grupo, con movimientos vigorosos y estampado de los pies con acompañamiento rítmico gritado. El HAKA también se realizan por varias razones: para dar la bienvenida a huéspedes distinguidos, o reconocer grandes logros, ocasiones o funerales. Lo que es correcto, siempre será correcto! Así es! Lo que es correcto, siempre será correcto! Así es! Se honesto contigo mismo, hijo mío! Mis preocupaciones son por ti! Así que pon atención!... Cual es este problema que estas cargando? Por cuanto tiempo lo llevas cargando? Entiendes esto? Si? Entonces sigamos… Hijo mío, Así parezca muy difícil de soportar para ti.. Hijo mío, Así parezca que no tiene arreglo.. No importa cuanto tiempo lo reflexiones, La respuesta al problema… Esta acá adentro de ti.. Así es! Así es! Así es! Si, Así es! Lo que es correcto, siempre será correcto! Así es! Lo que es correcto, siempre será correcto! Así es! Se honesto contigo mismo, hijo mio! Mis preocupaciones son por ti! Así que presta atención!... Cual es este problema que estas cargando? Por cuanto tiempo lo llevas cargando? Entiendes esto? Si? Entonces sigamos… Hijo mío, Así parezca muy difícil de soportar para ti.. Hijo mío, Así parezca que no tiene arreglo.. No importa cuanto tiempo lo reflexiones, La respuesta al problema… Esta acá adentro de ti.. Así es! Así es! Así es! Si, Así es!

The Women's Haka (02:16)

Michalis Famelis · 6 years ago
Performed by a girls' choir for the attendees of the MODELS 2011 conference (http://www.modelsconference.org/), at the conference reception in Te Papa, Wellington. (The actual haka starts at 0:49)

Top 10 TERRIFYING Facts About MAORI WARRIORS (09:38)

TopTenz · 1 year ago
The Maori people of New Zealand came from eastern Polynesia in waves of canoes sometime between 1250 and 1300 AD. Over the centuries, they developed a rich and complex society that included a fierce and terrifying warrior culture. Europeans described the Maori warriors as large men, although women could be warriors as well, who had extensive facial tattoos. While they looked fearsome, their intense physical appearance is only the start of what made these warriors so terrifying. →Subscribe for new videos every day! https://www.youtube.com/user/toptenznet?sub_confirmation=1 → → GET A T-SHIRT - http://www.toptenz.net/toptenz-t-shirts →Top 10 Objects That Were Clearly Invented Just to Annoy Physics: https://youtu.be/0MVGeRa-vLo Entertaining and educational top 10 lists from TopTenzNet! Brand new videos 7 days a week! Subscribe to our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TopTenz/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theoriginaltoptenz/ Learn more about the host: →Simon's VLOG: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvqt8j7DfPmveJp3UOk9XTg Business inquiries to [email protected] Other TopTenz Videos: Top 10 Toughest VIKING WARRIORS https://youtu.be/dmsC4T7UiNY?list=PLQ4d2-ByGhnKajPA6HFawry8Y3my_VX5Q Top 10 HORRIFYING Facts You Didn’t Know About KNIGHTS https://youtu.be/q1yvv9fHSw8?list=PLQ4d2-ByGhnKajPA6HFawry8Y3my_VX5Q Text version: http://www.toptenz.net/10-terrifying-facts-maori-warriors.php Coming up: 10. Their Tattoos Were Carved In 9. The War Dance 8. The Mere Club Was Used to Crack Skulls 7. The Dead Were Buried and Dug Back up Again and Then Reburied 6. The War Strategy 5. Heads of the Killed Were Taken as Trophies 4. Captain James Cook’s First Encounter Was Terrifying 3. Their Most Famous Warrior Hongi Hika 2. Infanticide 1. They Performed Cannibalism Source/Further reading: http://www.zealandtattoo.co.nz/tattoo-styles/maori-tattoos/ https://youtu.be/yiKFYTFJ_kw http://www.newzealand.com/int/feature/haka/ https://hakatours.com/blog/haka-meaning/ http://maorisource.com/Maori-Warriors.html http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/media/photo/greenstone-patu http://www.anatomyzone.com/anatomy-feed/pterion/ https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/MEX19080611.2.9 http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/Maori.aspx http://maorisource.com/Maori-Warriors.html http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-TeIMoko.html https://books.google.ca/books?id=nu3DAgAAQBAJ&lpg=PA137&ots=-CbJJZxYA0&dq=Yates%20And%20where%20is%20your%20father%3F%20maori%20%20He%20is%20cooked.&pg=PA137#v=onepage&q&f=false http://www.badassoftheweek.com/hongihika.html http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/british/empire_seapower/cook_tupaia_maori_01.shtml http://libweb5.princeton.edu/visual_materials/maps/websites/pacific/cook3/cook3.html http://nzetc.victoria.ac.nz/tm/scholarly/tei-TeIMoko.html http://m.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10805452 http://m.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10805452 https://books.google.ca/books?id=kO8yRHeDxVcC&lpg=PA30&ots=YtLu4tYyd6&dq=maori%20infanticide&pg=PA30#v=onepage&q=maori%20infanticide&f=false https://books.google.ca/books?id=60B8CgAAQBAJ&lpg=PT228&dq=maori%20patu&pg=PT234#v=onepage&q=maori%20patu&f=false http://www.nzherald.co.nz/cultures/news/article.cfm?c_id=105&objectid=10462390 https://books.google.ca/books?id=tUnu_oCaVBQC&lpg=PA62&ots=hnMrQunBAP&dq=cannibalism%20mana&pg=PA62#v=onepage&q&f=false

Dad welcomed his RM daughter with a Haka at the Airport (02:10)

Amota Ataneka · 3 years ago
RM stands for Return Missionary, very commonly used abbreviation in the Mormon church community. The girls typically send out to serve their missionary work in other countries(or locall) for one and half years and two years for the boys. This video at Salt Lake city Airport shows, through the haka, how proud the dad was of his daugher for completing successfully her mission. The haka shows how significant this moment was for her and her family. Haka is a well known tradition of the Maori people in Aotearoa (NZ). In the contemporary NZ society, this war dance reflects great respect and honor. One of those beautiful moments in life. This video is being managed exclusively by Newsflare. To use this video for broadcast or in a commercial player go to: https://www.newsflare.com/video/78192/other/dad-welcomed-his-rm-daughter-with-a-haka-at-the-airport or email: [email protected] or call: +44 (0) 8432 895 191