Orc Names on Aluen


These are Maori names taken from here: http://lowchensaustralia.com/names/maorinames.htm

Male

NameMeaningNameMeaningNameMeaning
Ahera
Maori form of Asher.
Hare
Maori form of Charles. Manly, full grown.
Powha
A chief killed at Manga kowhai, Waikato.
Ahia
One of the crew of Aea Ka Huru Manu.
Haru
A South Island chief.
Punga
A son of Kaitangata.
Ahuru
A common chief's name.
Hatea
A Ngati Apa chief.
Puta
A mythological person. A Taupo tohunga.
Aika
A Ngai Tahu chief.
Hatoa
A chief of Ngati Apa.
Rana
Maori form of Dan.
Aitua
God of misfortune.
Hemi
Maori form of James. The supplanter.
Raru
A Taranaki chief.
Aketu
A Ngati Kahungunu chief.
Hori
Maori form of George.
Rera
A Mokau chief.
Amako
One of the defenders of Te Namu.
Iaka
Maori form of York.
Rewha
A chief of Ngati-Maru.
Amiri
The east wind.
Ingoa
A Ngati Toa Chief.
Rewi
Maori form of Dave.
Anaru
Maori form of Andrew.
Io
Supreme being of the Maori, master of all the other Gods
Roake
One of the minor Gods.
Anewa
To fall.
Kae
The man who killed Tinirau's pet whale.
Rongo
The God of Rain and Fertility. A chief's name widely used.
Arama
Maori form of Adam.
Kahi
Maori form of Guy. A chief of Whakatohea.
Rua
Lake.
Ariki
Principal chief; first-born of a family of note; priest-chief.
Kahu
Harrier Hawk.
Ruki
Maori form of Duke.
Atama
Maori form of Adam.
Kauri
A chief of Ngati Awa.
Ruru
The owl. A descendant of Ihenga.
Atua
God; ancestral spirit.
Kea
Mountain Parrot.
Taipo
Devil, goblin.
Ekara
Eagle.
Keka
A Whanganui chief.
Tama
Son.
Eru
A Ngati Manawa chief killed by Tuhoe in 1866.
Kiki
A famous wizard.
Tana
Maori form of Turner.
Eti
Eldest son of Te Popoki of Wairarapa.
Maaka
Maori form of Mark;  the God of War. 
Tane
Maori God of the Forest.
Haena
A Ngati Mutunga chief at the Chathams.
Maka
An Arawa ancestor. A South Island chief.
Tane
One of the major gods. Man. Creator of forests.
Haere
A God of the rainbow.
Manu
Power.
Tatao
A chief of Rarotonga.
Hakia
A chief of upper Whanganui
Maro
A man shot by Captain Cook.
Turau
A Hokianga chief.
Hani
A chief of Tuhoe; a stone near Maketu; a God.
Nahi
Maori form of Nelson.
Turi
The Captain of the Aotea.
Hanu
A Waikato chief killed by Ngati Tama.
Pahu
A chief of Whatu-i-apiti.
Whetu
Writer of the story of Kai-whakaruaki. A chief of Ngati-Rongo.
Haoka
A Ngati Mamoe Chief.
Pango
A chief of Ngati-Whakaue.
Whiro
A God of evil and darkness.
Haora
A Hauraki chief.
Poki
A chief of Ngati-Awa.
Witi
First name of the author of "The Whale Rider".

Female

NameMeaningNameMeaningNameMeaning
Airini
Irene.
Keke
A Ngati Apakura woman.
Pipi
Maori form of Phoebe.
Aka
Creeper, vine, weed.
Koria
A child of the sun.
Puhi
A young woman of high birth
Akona
To teach.
Kunari
Mother of Pakau wera.
Rea
Maori form of Leah
Aku
A daughter of Hongi.
Kura
Maori: Treasure. Polynesian: Red. 
Reka
Sweet. 
Amiria
Industrious; Maori form of Amelia.
Lani
Flower.
Rere
A waterfall. 
Ani
Maori form of Anne or Ane.
Maata
A lady; Maori form of Martha.
Roha
Rose.
Aputa
Open spaces.
Makoro
A daughter of Kupe. East Coast Genealogy.
Rohu
A daughter of Te Heuheu.
Areta
Maori form of Alice.
Makutu
Magic; to bewitch.
Roimata
A daughter of Mai-tara-nui
Aroha
Love.
Manewa
A wife of Awa nui a rangi.
Rona
The woman in the moon.
Arona
Colourful.
Marika
Quiet and careful.
Ruihi
Maori form of Lucy.
Aronui
Inclination.
Marore
Te Rauparaha's first wife.
Tahuri
Mother of Kiwi of Wai-o-hua
Atamarie
Sun rising.
Mere
Maori form of Mary, also a club (weapon).
Taiko
A daughter of Mawete.
Emere
Maori form of Emily.
Nga
A Maori witch.
Takira
The mother of Kahukura.
Haki
Ngai Tahu woman eaten by Ngati Mamoe. 
Ngaio
Clever or home. The name of a native New Zealand tree.
Tarore
A daughter of Ngakuku.
Hakina
A sister of Rehua. Mamaru Genealogy.
Ngaire
Silver fern; flaxen .
Taumutu
A wife of Pokopoko of Wai-o-hua.
Hara
Maori form of Zara.
Omaka
The place where the stream flows. 
Taupahi
A wife of Kukupa of One-mania.
Heeni
Maori form of Jane.
Otaihi
A wife of Tu-Te-rangi-whiu.
Tui
Parson Bird.
Hine
Girl; daughter.
Pania
The name of a beautiful woman in a myth.
Wahine
Woman or wife
Huhana
Maori form of Susan.
Pianga
A daughter of Tawhaki.
Waiata
Song.
Kaewa
A wife of Te Hakehe of Ngati Apa.
Pihi
A woman of Ngai-Te-Au.
Whina
Helper.


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