Definición de taniwha en inglés:

taniwha

Saltos de línea: tani|wha
Pronunciación: /ˈtanɪwɑː
 
, ˈtanɪfa/

sustantivo (plural igual or taniwhas)

A water monster of Maori legend.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The doctor himself helpfully describes taniwhas as akin to goblins.
  • Work on a section of the new highway between Mercer and Long Swamp, dubbed the ‘Waikato Expressway’, has been put on hold after local Maori said they believe there is a taniwha in the way.
  • Maoris claimed putting a road through a taniwha's home would have been a major insult to all those who believed in the beast.

Origen

Maori.

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