The terms relating to relationships have been revised and clarified. Tūhono is now a separate term that describes any form of relationship or connection, and Mārenatanga (Marriage) has been redefined as a narrower term of Tūhono.
A term has been added for resilience, Manawaroa.
New terms relating to repatriation and the return of cultural and physical remains have been created. These include Whakahoki, a general term for repatriation, Whakahoki kōiwi (Repatriation of human remains), Whakahoki taonga (Repatriation of taonga), and Whakahoki toi moko, which is used for the repatriation of toi moko.
We now have a term for biosecurity, Te maru koiora. This is used for measures that are taken to stop the spread or introduction of organisms that are harmful to human, animal and plant life.