Meaning of rauriki in English:

rauriki

(also raoriki, rariki, raddiky)

Pronunciation /ˈraʊrɪki/

noun

New Zealand
  • Any of several kinds of sowthistle (genus Sonchus), introduced Eurasian weeds used as a vegetable by the Maori; especially smooth sowthistle, S. oleraceus (contrasted with puha, the prickly sowthistle, S. asper).

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Richard Taylor (?1805–1873). From Maori rauriki.