How do you say see you soon in te reo?
- Ka kite anō – See you later.
- Mā te wā – See you next time.
- Haere rā – Goodbye/farewell (said to someone leaving)
- Hei kona rā – Goodbye (said to someone staying)
What is Ka kite? The use of the word ‘ka kite’ is just a shorter way of saying ‘ka kite ano’ which translates as ‘see you again‘ you were probably told to say it properly because Te Reo Maori doesn’t shorten words or sentences, its a pakeha thing to do, as bad as it is… See more. 1y. Edited.
What is the meaning of Nga mihi? Ngā mihi (Congratulations, regards, thank you)
What does apopo mean? What does APOPO mean? APOPO is an acronym from Dutch which stands for “Anti-Persoonsmijnen Ontmijnende Product Ontwikkeling“, or in English, Anti-Personnel Landmines Detection Product Development.