Mana: Authority, respect, sacred, power, prestige.
whakapapa: Family, an interlinking spiritual idea, genealogy, genealogical table, lineage, descent
tapu: Sacred, forbidden, taboo, protected.
noa: ” Noa is the opposite of tapu, and includes the concept of ‘common’. It lifts the ‘tapu’ from the person or the object. Noa also has the concept of a blessing in that it can lift the rules and restrictions of tapu ”
kaitiakitanga: Kinship, connection to the land and nature. “In the Māori world view, people are closely connected to the land and nature. Kaitiakitanga is based on this idea of humans as part of the natural world kaitiakitanga: Kinship, connection to the land and nature”
colonisation: Settling among pre occupied space often done to indigenous people
nationalism/the nation: Identity with ones place of birth or home place, Loyalty devotion sense of pride, group of people.
I’m choosing between Kaitiakitanga and nationalism