Adscititious – forming an addition or supplement; not integral; not inherent or essential; added or derived from an external source; additional.
Pithanology – persuasive or seductive speech or argument; the use of specious or plausible arguments; sophistry.
Raupatu – confiscate, take by force.
Ihi – power, authority, essential force.
Tūrangawaewae – a place to stand, a place to belong to, a seat or location of identity.
Manaakitanga – respect for hosts or kindness to guests, to entertain, to look after.
Aroha – compassion, tenderness, sustaining love.
Manuhiri - guests, visitors.
Whaikōrero – the art and practice of speech making.
Poppysmic – the sound produced by smacking lips together.
Rannygazoo – the run-around; horse-play, irritating or foolish carryings-on; nonsense; prank or tricks.
Gallimaufry: a hodgepodge; jumble; confused medley.
Gallimaufry (n): A confused jumble or medley of things; a Radio New Zealand news broadcast—
Donal Curtin (@donal_curtin) July 16, 2014
Also the Labour Party.
Hereism – faithfulness in marriage; monogamy.
Facient – producing a specified action or state; one who does anything, good or bad; a doer; an agent; the second number in a two-digit multiplication problem.
Clappermaclaw – to claw or scratch; to scold.
Swartwouter – an embezzler who flees.
Mammatus – (also known as mammatocumulus) mammary cloud; cellular pattern of pouches hanging underneath the base of a cloud; of, relating to, or being a cloud whose lower surface is in the form of pouches; rounded, smooth, sack-like protrusions hanging from the underside of a cloud .
Pithanology – persuasive or seductive speech or argument; sophistry.
Inspissate – thicken, condense or congeal; make or become dense.
Gubbins – bits and pieces; odds and ends; miscellaneous items; an object of little or no value; paraphernalia; a gadget; fish parings or refuse.