Meaning of Maoridom in English:

Maoridom

noun

See Maori

‘It's our common thread of Maoridom that distinguishes us from inhabitants of the other great Anglo-Saxon ex-colonies and the British homeland.’
  • ‘But, given the strong feelings he stirred in Maoridom that led to this interview, it is a shame that he left us in the lurch without explanation.’
  • ‘In Maoridom, a tapu area is considered sacred and holy and it is believed that anyone breaking the rahui will face spiritual consequences.’
  • ‘I am not sure that the most influential voices in Maoridom yet realise the real cause of today's Maori problems.’
  • ‘The Maori Party's constitution reaffirms and regenerates the main principles of Maoridom.’