Ivy

Ivy, Lincoln University, New Zealand
Ivy, Lincoln University, New Zealand
“Kia kaha” is a Maori phrase meaning “be strong”. It is used by all people in New Zealand. By the Europeans as well as the Maori, like Ivy.
“Kia kaha” ist ein Ausdruck der Maori, der “sei stark” bedeutet. Das wird von allen Menschen in Neuseeland benutzt. Von den Europäern und den Maori, wie Ivy.

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