Maori meaning and origin
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Popularity of Maori
Maori is an uncommon baby name in France, its highest ever rank is 1828 (1996) in its 18 years run on France naming chart. Maori is a rare baby name in United States where it is still in use. Also, Maori is a familiar name in Cambodia, New Zealand and India. At least, 700 people around the globe have been given the name as per our research.
What numerology tells about Maori?
Others see you as perfect, so start acting so. You would climb the highest rock if that's necessary to accomplish something you want badly. If letter M is your cornerstone, you probably bury yourself in work every day. Leave your own mark in the world and make the best out of your life as long as you are here. People that don't give their best effort is what annoys you. You are an ambitious person, who's driven by success and high aspirations.
If you like Maori, you would love these names
- Merinda - Meaning of Merinda is Beautiful is a baby girl name came from Australian
- Jannali - Offbeat and Fresh girl name Jannali has origin in Australian, Jannali means "Moon"
- Ngaio - Girl name Ngaio means "From the Trees" has origin in Maori
- Ihu - Maori name Ihu is a baby boy name, meaning of Ihu is "God Rescues"
- Amarina - Creative and adventurous and Fresh girl name Amarina has its origin in Australian, meaning of Amarina is "Rain"
Namesakes of Maori
- Maori Volcanics Showband, New Zealand show group that formed in 1967