nz/ 'Te Pahi
was, by 1800, one of the senior chiefs of the north-western Bay of Islands.
In these Proes or Pahee's [ie Malay perahu or Tahitian pahi = sailing vessel] as they call them from all accounts we can learn, these people sail in those seas from Island to Island for several hundred Leagues, the Sun serving them for a compass by day and the Moon and Stars by night.
In the absence of archaeological remains, the design was based on Cook's artist's drawings of a Tongan tongiaka and Tahitian pahi, to produce a common denominator design to represent a basic voyaging canoe of earlier centuries.
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4 sa hi tvam with Wackernagel's Law clitic) is perhaps influenced by the earlier verse 11a agne ni pahi
nas t(u)vdm "O Agni, protect us"; compare also RV 1.
The same, it may be added, is shown by such cases as nrmh pahi
:: nrn pahi
See Stratos Pahis
, Table Accompanying Corruption in Our