Maori divine genealogies

PO-TUPU

PO-TUPU

 

-expanding/growing

PO-REA

PO-REA

 

-numberless

PO-MARU-TUNA

PO-MARU-TUNA

 

-worthless

PO-MARU-EHI

PO-MARU-wEHI

 

m.-e. -dwarf power; m.-w. crushed by fear

RARO-PoURi

RARO-PUaRe

 

r. below pouri dark; puare open

URU-EHU

URU-EHU

 

turbid/mist west

TONA

TONA

 

south

 

haha-nui

 

search great

hako-IRA

IRA

 

[concave-]blemish

MAIKI-ROA

MAIKI-ROA

 

departure/nursed long

mahu-ika

   

healed troop

KAU-NUNUI

kauKAU-NUNUI

KAU-NUNUI

k. all k.k. bather great-ones

KAU-ROROA

kauKAU-ROROA

KAU-ROROA

all (bather) long-ones

KAU-WHEKI

KAU-WHEKI

KAU-WHEKI

all/bather rough

RUPE-TU

RUPE-TU

TU-pari

r.-t. shake standing; t.-p. stand on a cliff

rupe-pae "-ridge"

 

taumata "brow-of-hill"

 
   

te moa

 
   

peke-i-tua

shoulder behind

pekaPEKa-i-hARO-rani

 

PEKe-ARO

p.p.-i-h.r. bat (cheiroptera) that flitteth in sky; p.-a. shoulder in front

       

p. 166

p. 194

p. 197

 

Na-ti-Kahu-nunu

kune "praegnant"

 

whakaahu "to become praegnant"

       

ana

         

aspect/frame

tohua

         

yolk

NeI-NUku

NaI-NUi

       

nei fish; nai shellfish

NeI-RAni

NaI-RoA

         

NeI-PEHa

NaI-PEHu

       

peha skin; peha contempt

nei-TAHa

       

2 +papa-TAHuri-...

 

NeI-ARIKI

NaI-ARIKI

ARIKI-awatea

NAKe

 

mo-uriuRI

 

4 +hine-...

nai-akiAKI

 

tama-te-AKahIA

 

mo-rAKerAKe

 
   

po-TU

   

mo-raki-TU

 

HUia-rei

iHU-tatara-anoa

 

tutea

 

whiro

 

TOI 1 (tahi)

TOI 1st

   

TOI

TOI

damp

 

toi 2nd

po-haERE

tama-i-ERE

     

RAURU & RONO-UA-ROA

RAURU

 

(p. 195) RURea

RAURU

RAURU

hair

RUTANA

     

RUTANA

kauea

r. shaking

wHATUMA

     

HA-TUMA

te toko-o-te-rani

[breath] defiant

APAAPA

APA

   

APAAPA

2 rani-tau-... [etc.]

guild/congress

(p. 174) TAHA-TITI

TAHA-TITI

TITI-parera

 

TAHA-TITI

ika-TAuI-rani

t.-t. steep side

 

ue-nuku

     

awa

 

RUA-TAPU-NUI

RUA-TAPU

TAPatapa-i-AWhA

 

RUA-TAPU-NUI

AWA-NUI

 

RA-KAI-ORA

RA-KAI-ORA

maRANAI-uRu-rani

tama-RAKei

RA-KAI-ORA

RAKe

 

TAMA-KI-TE-RA

TAMA-KI-TE-hau

   

TAMA-KI-TE-RA

TAMA-KI-TE-RA

 

HIKU-RANI

tama-ki-te-ha

   

HIKU-RANI

puhi-moana-ariki

 

RONO-MArU-A-WHATU

tama-ke-te-matani

 

WHAre-kohU

RONO-MAnU-A-WHATU

(10:7) rahiri

r.-maru- edible roots-; r.-manu- news of kitebird-

 

rito

 

aweawe m. +Maurea

     

RERE

RERE

 

mai-ao

RERE

 

flee

TATO

KOrO-TAI

TAI-karana-roa

 

TATO

KOkO-pari-tehe

t. giddy

RONO-KA-KO

RONO-KA-KO

Ru-AU-moko

RONO-KAKO

RONO-KA-KO

KAha-RAU

r.-k.-k. news pouting lips

 

TAMA-TEA "son-"

2 nuku-...

TAMA-TEA

(p. 219) TAMA-TEA

(10:8) own son immolated by the beseiged {custom in Mo^>ab, MLKYM B 3:27}

 
 

KAHU-NUNU

2 rua-...

 

KAHU-NUNU

 

garment dwarf

KAHU-KURA-kotare

KAHU-KURA-NUI

tama-KUKU

 

KAHU-KURA-NUI

 

k.-k. garment red; kotare Halcyon vagans

   

TAUTORu

   

[10:9 TAU-TORo]

tautoru morning-star

             

pp. 173-174

p. 205

p. 183

pp. 194-195

pp. 218-219

10:6-9 Na-puhi

 

Na-ti-Kahu-nunu

married couples in successive generations (male line of descent)

husband

wife

husband

wife

TAMA-TEA

 

TAMA-TEA

+Iwi-pupu

KAHU-NUNU

 

KAHU-NUNU

 

KAHU-KURA-NUI

+Rono-mai-papa

KAHU-KURA-NUI

 

RA-KAI-HIKU-ROA {? = S`iva}

+Papa-uma {cf. Astika +Uma}

RA-KAI-HIKU-ROA

 
       

p. 205

p. 205

p. 219

p. 219

Na-ti-Kahu-nunu

descendants of god Pu-hao-rani, by +Rani-nui-a-monoa/-auanoa the wife of Toi 1

OHO-MAI-RANI

OHO-MAI-RANI

OHO-MAI-RANI

 

startle from heaven

MUTU-RANI

MUTU-RANI

MUTU-RANI

 

end of heaven

HOTU-OPE

HOTU-OPE

HOTU-OPE

 

sob-

HOTU-ROA

HOTU-ROA

HOTU-ROA

   

HOTU-OPE

HOTU-OPE

HOTU-OPE

   

HOTU-ROA

HOTU-ROA

HOTU-ROA

HOTU-ROA

 

HOTU-MATAPU

HOTU-MATAPU

HOTU-MATAPU

 

-foundation

MOTAI

MOTAI

MOTAI

MOTAI

earring

UE

(p. 213) UE

UE

UE

5th night of moon

RAKA

RAKA

RAKA

RAKA

entangled

KAKATI

KAKATI

KAKATI

KAKATI

acrid/astringent

TAWHAO & TUhiana

TA-WHAO

TAWHAO

TAWHAO

t-o corpse/beat in forest; t-a marked

 

TU-RONO

TU-RONO

we-tapu

t.-r. made peace

 

MAhiNA-RaNi

 

te MANi-A-RoNo

 
         

p. 191

p. 212-213

p. 218

p. 250 Na-ti-tahina

 

Na-ti-Kahu-nunu

married couples in successive generations -- p. 213

man

husband

wife

 

Mahina-rani

+Rau-kawa

ao-hiki

   

ao-RERE

RERE-ahu

+Hine-au

ao-te-tauRIa

rono-RIto

 
     

p. 250 Na-ti-tahina

   

Na-ti-Kahu-nunu

TE KAHU-O-TE-RANI

TE KAHU-O-TE-RANI

the garment of the heaven

WARE-ATUa

WARE-A-TU

spittle of a god

TE RaNO

TE RoNO

the blowfly

HORONA-I-TE-RANI

HORONA-I-TE-RANI

sacredness taken off (/ food eaten by priest) in the heaven

TE MAaNI-TU-nOA

(p. 201) TE MANI-te-rani-TU-rOA

m.-t.-n. made weak by grief; m.-te-r.-t.-r. flight in the high heaven

te AMO-haere

te AMO-mate

a. to carry, h. on the shoulder, m. in litter

p. 199

pp. 200-201

 

Na-ti-Kahu-nunu

HAERE

5 HAERE-...

 
 

...

 
 

(p. 171) TUru-Meha

TU-Matua

 

kai-hi

 
 

U-ki-MAte-hoata

hoU-MAi-tawhiti

 

...

 
 

TAMA-taka-ariki

TAMA-te-kapua

 

...

 
 

hotu-MaMOE

kahu-mata-Mo-MOE

 

...

Tawake-motahana

2 UENUKU-...

2 UENUKU-...

UENUKU

RAKI-whiTIKIna

 

RANI-TIKI

     

p.170

pp. 170-171

p. 199

Na-ti-Kahu-nunu

Hawai>ian comparative

+PaRa-WHENUA-MEA (p. 201), as wife of KIWA, is aequated (HM, p. 179) with +PeLe-HONUA-MEA: KIWA = >IWA (with glottal, HD, pp. 385, 97), associated (HM, p. 286) with Tongan LOAU (HM, p. 287) = [perhaps] LOhiAU, paramour of +Pele's female companion +Hi>iaka.

Thus[, perhaps], maRO-te-AU (p. 202) = Tongan LOAU.

Hellenic comparative (p. 197)

KAU-WHEKI

all/bather rough

Aigeus

"threw himself into the sea, ... and died." http://homepage.mac.com/cparada/GML/Aegeus1.html

TU-pari

stand on a cliff

Theseus

went "to the top of a high cliff" (GM 104.g)

miscellaneous comparative

[Practice of secondary burial with Taki-ura chant, p. iv] Tama-tea's wife was +Iwi-pupu "bones tied in a bundle":

Horror-tale of man awaking to find woman (with whom he had just had sexual intercourse) as mummy (Kemetian) or as skeleton (Zun~i).

+Iwi-pupu was abducted by the god Uenuku-rani "rainbow-heaven" (p. 195).

Bodish transfiguration of corpse into "rainbow-body".

http://www.khandro.net/nature_rainbows.htm#Sogyal

http://www.yogichen.org/chenian/bk93.html

John White: The Ancient History of the Maori, his Mythology and Traditions. Vol. VI. Wellington, 1890.

HD = Pukui & Elbert: Hawaiian Dictionary. Honolulu, 1971.

GM = Robert Graves: The Greek Myths. 1955.

Hawai>ian comparative

Tuputupu-whenua is seen in dreams (10:6b -- Na-puhi). {cf. Norse nightmare-deity Sleipnir, repraesented as a noose.}

Kumu-honua is described as sleeping (HM, p. 45). {+RiBqah = <ar. ribqah "noose"}

When NUKU-tawhiti arrived at Hokiana, Tuputupu-whenua disappeared into the earth (10:2 Na-puhi). Tuputupu-whenua is tumuTUMU-WHENUA (9:1 Na-ti-whatua).

NU>U-pule dwelt in the the mountains of KUMU-HONUA (HM, p. 315).

married couples in successive generations (male lines of descent) -- 9:1

husband

wife

man

Tumutumu-whenua {Kama-honua "is jeered at" (HM, p. 45): cf. Yis.h.aq [derisive] "laughter" (B-R>S^YT 17:17; 18:12)}

+RePo-maea-roa {Cf. +RiBqah}

 

Pepe {cf. Ya<qob}

+Kahu-rau "garments many" {cf. many-colored robe praesented to son of +Rah.el}

Naenae "heel" {cf. <es`aw, whose heel was grasped, B-R>S^YT 25:26}

Te Kore-i-runa-i-a-rani

 

Rani-wha-tuma "day of menace disclosed" {cf. R<u^->el (<ar. ra<y "to protect") & Matohi "baptism" {a refinement process: cf. >li^-paz (DBY H-YMYM > 1:35) "my god refineth"}

further married couples in successive generations (male lines of descent) -- 9:1

man

husband

wife

Rani-wha-tuma

Matohi

+Te Ware-i-a-hena

Ika-tao-ora

Pinea {Haw. pine "falsehood" -- with <ama-leq (DBY H-YMYM > 1:36) cf. <ar. mu-laqqin, instructor of the dead as to what to say: antient Kemetian dead were instructed to tell falsehoods [to the netherworld-judges]}

+Takutai-a-kura

Te Roroa [tribe]

Rani-tu-ke

+Te Makau

 

Akau-o-rono

+Wai-tea

 

Huna-po & Te Waka-ora & Tai-hana-rau

 

John White: The Ancient History of the Maori. his Mythology and Traditions. Vols. 9-10. U. of Waikato, 2001. Vol. IX = MS 75, B18 & B24. Vol. X = Micro 447, MS 75, B20 & B24. [cited by volume:MS-page]

HM = Martha Beckwith: Hawaiian Mythology. Yale U. Pr, 1940.

Haw[ai>ian]; <ar[abic]