Definición de Pakeha en inglés:

Pakeha

Silabificación: Pa·ke·ha
Pronunciación: /ˈpäkiˌhä, -kēˌä
 
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sustantivo

Australian/New Zealand
A white New Zealander, as opposed to a Maori.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • So it's a mystery why, unique in the world, some European New Zealanders refer to themselves as pakehas - an insulting name originally applied by the Maoris to the fair-skinned Imperialists who were in the process of conquering them!‘.
  • In the same speech he uttered the weighty words ‘Maori and pakeha are both indigenous people to New Zealand now‘.
  • The latest New Zealand Census-Mortality Study shows that Maori die younger than pakeha, even after controlling for socioeconomic status.

adjetivo

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Of or relating to white New Zealanders and their languages and culture.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • His book details his family's land battles, his brother's notorious murder charge and his uneasy existence in a two-sided world (born of a Maori father and a pakeha mother).
  • There were storytellers on both the Maori and the pakeha sides of my family.
  • From what friends and family tell me this has split the Maori and pakeha camps and is causing bitter resentment.

Origen

Maori.

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