Mana

The authority, influence and prestige of a person, which expresses the person's social position. Mana can be gained or lost in the course of life.

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Date: 1991 Ref: MS-Papers-10707 Description: Two essays, `The concept of mana' and `Balanced development' Quantity: 1 folder(s).
Date: [1888-1910] By: Gudgeon, Walter Edward, 1841-1920 Ref: MSX-5359 Description: Bound volume of offprints of Gudgeon's `Nga Tangata Maori' (a history of Maori) published in the `Monthly review' (1888-1890), with some smaller articles inc...
Evans, Malcolm Paul, 1945- :"Mana - an old Maori word for honour, regard, esteem and respect." ... 11 May 2011
Date: 2011 By: Press (Christchurch, N.Z.) Ref: DCDL-0017802 Description: The cartoon shows former Green Party MP Sue Bradford and the leader of the new Mana Party, Hone Harawira, together holding a banner saying 'Vote Mana'. Sue ...
"We'd better prepare the tangi, Pita... we are going to be burying one of them." "A show of hands then - Hone or honour..." 22 November 2009
Date: 2009 Ref: DCDL-0012870 Description: Maori Party Co-leaders Tariana Turia and Pita Sharples stand gloomily beside two coffins, one bearing the words 'Maori Party Hone' and the other 'Maori Party...
Ref: OHInt-0600-14 Description: Patricia Grace, Irihapti Ramsden and Jonathan Dennis are in conversation about general issues relating to the Ngati Poneke Young Maori Club project. Discuss ...