Halidom – a holy or sacred place,relic or thing; sanctuary; lands held of a religious foundation; something regarded as sacred.
Homophily – the tendency for people to seek out, be attracted to or form strong social connections with, those who are similar to themselves; tendency of individuals to associate with others of the same kind.
Rive – split, crack rend or tear apart violently; wrench apart; break into pieces; cut apart with great force; divide people.
Tangi – to cry; mourn; weep, weep over; sing; make a sound; ring, chime; sound, intonation; mourning; grief, sorrow; weeping, lament; salute, wave; pitch; rites for the dead, funeral – shortened form of tangihanga.
Whakaaio – peace; to keep or make peaceful.
Aumārire – peaceful, harmonious, amicable, cordial; peace, peacefulness; harmony.
Pōuri – to be dark, sad, disheartened, mournful, sorry, remorseful; to regret; in the dark, not understanding; depressing, gloomy, distressing; darkness, sorrow, sadness, gloom, despondency, desolation, dejection.