II, it is found in titles of books and songs, as well as a motto. The trainers of Beachbody's Les Mills Pump home workout program also use this phrase regularly throughout the program. 4 It is also the official name of the New Zealand Police 's school anti-bullying campaign. Kaha derives from, proto-Polynesian *kafa, meaning "strong" or "great *kafa is also the Proto-Polynesian term for sennit rope, a strong rope made from coconut fibres and used for lashing canoes, weapons, and buildings together. Split Enz and a book, Kia Kaha: New Zealand in the Second World War by historian John Crawford. Ask anonymously seni ilgilendiren son ey bile deil. This user hasnt answered any questions yet. Ask @kiasayer: I agree to ASKfm, terms of Services and Im at least 13 years old. Kia kaha is also used in the film Forever Strong, and is the motto of the Highland High School rugby team which features in the film.
6 A video made by New Zealanders living in New York included the phrase in a message to their loved ones in Christchurch. Other songs to use Kia kaha as part of their titles include "Kia Kaha Nga Iwi" (Be strong, o tribes by Ngoi Pewhairangi. It is sometimes seen used as a valediction at the bottom of messages. 2, the phrase has been used for the title of a song.
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