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44 examples of  hau  in sentences

44 examples of hau in sentences

In 1819 the hearts of the missionaries were cheered by a native, Moung Hau, coming out and openly professing Christianitythe first fruit gathered after seven years of labour.

Moung Hau soon showed that a real work of grace was progressing in his heart.

"It seems almost too much to believe that God has begun to manifest His grace to the Burmans," the members of the little mission band said one to another; but the sincerity of Moung Hau was such that they could not doubt it, and after a time of probation he was publicly baptized.

Ishe ez hau jau yaun Ain dah nuk ke yaun Ain dah nuk ke yaun Nin zhe ke we yea Ishe ke way aun e Nyau ne gush kain

E hau maru, e maru to oe rai E topara, te Mahana I

1.With the interjections, may perhaps be reckoned hau and gee, the imperative words of teamsters driving cattle; and other similar sounds, useful under certain circumstances, but seldom found in books.

This persistency was due to several causes, of which the first was the outbreak, early in 1864, of a curious superstition, the cult of the Hau-Haus.

By the Hau-Haus two white missionaries were murderedoutrages unknown before in New Zealand.

At first, they seem to have believed that the cry Hau! Hau! accompanied by raising one hand above the head with palm turned to the front, would turn aside the Pakeha's bullets.

At first, they seem to have believed that the cry Hau! Hau! accompanied by raising one hand above the head with palm turned to the front, would turn aside the Pakeha's bullets.

Lloyd's, it appears, was carried about the island by Hau-Hau preachers, who professed to find in it a kind of diabolical oracle, and used it with much effect in disseminating their teaching.

Lloyd's, it appears, was carried about the island by Hau-Hau preachers, who professed to find in it a kind of diabolical oracle, and used it with much effect in disseminating their teaching.

In the summer of the same year another prophet met his death in the most dramatic fight of the war, that by which the friendly natives of the Wanganui district saved it from a Hau-Hau raid by a conflict fought on an island in the Wanganui River, after a fashion which would have warmed the heart of Sir Walter Scott had he been alive to hear of a combat so worthy of the clansmen in "The Fair Maid of Perth."

In the summer of the same year another prophet met his death in the most dramatic fight of the war, that by which the friendly natives of the Wanganui district saved it from a Hau-Hau raid by a conflict fought on an island in the Wanganui River, after a fashion which would have warmed the heart of Sir Walter Scott had he been alive to hear of a combat so worthy of the clansmen in "The Fair Maid of Perth."

For months the friendlies had been guarding the passage of the river against a strong Hau-Hau force.

For months the friendlies had been guarding the passage of the river against a strong Hau-Hau force.

Presently the Hau-Haus sprang from their canoes on to the river-girt arena, headed by their warrior-prophet Matenรฉ (Martin).

After much preliminary chanting of incantations and shouting of defiance, the Hau-Haus charged.

In vain a fourth chief, Tamihana, shot a Hau-Hau with each barrel of his tupara, speared a third, and cleft the skull of yet another with his tomahawk.

In vain a fourth chief, Tamihana, shot a Hau-Hau with each barrel of his tupara, speared a third, and cleft the skull of yet another with his tomahawk.

Fifty Hau-Haus died that day, either on the island or while they endeavoured to escape by swimming.

The Hau-Hau leader, shot as he swam, managed to reach the further shore.

The Hau-Hau leader, shot as he swam, managed to reach the further shore.

By the early part of 1865 the Hau-Hau craze was at work on the east as well as the west coast.

By the early part of 1865 the Hau-Hau craze was at work on the east as well as the west coast.

At the bidding of Kereopa, a Hau-Hau emissary, the missionary's people suddenly turned on him, hung him, hacked his body to pieces, and smeared themselves with his blood.

At the bidding of Kereopa, a Hau-Hau emissary, the missionary's people suddenly turned on him, hung him, hacked his body to pieces, and smeared themselves with his blood.

At another spot in the same Bay a trading schooner was seized just afterwards by order of another Hau-Hau fanatic, and all on board killed save two half-caste boys.

At another spot in the same Bay a trading schooner was seized just afterwards by order of another Hau-Hau fanatic, and all on board killed save two half-caste boys.

As he would not join the Hau-Haus, they and their converts made the mistake of attacking him.

The Hau-Haus were found fully prepared.

The charge against him was that he was in communication with Hau-Hau insurgents in 1865.

The charge against him was that he was in communication with Hau-Hau insurgents in 1865.

The Hau-Haus showed their teeth to such effect that the pursuers would not come to close quarters.

Our men, asked to charge in single file, hung back, and a party of Native allies sent round to take the Hau Haus in flank made off altogether.

The Hau Haus killed him and seized his wife, who, however, adroitly saved both the flying settlers and herself by pointing out the wrong track.

The Hau Haus were short of food and water, and in a desperate plight.

From first to last at Ngatapa the loss to the Hau Haus was 136 killed outright, ours but 22, half of whom were wounded only.

McDonnell, however, was at the heels of the Hau Haus, and in three encounters in the Taupo region Te Kooti was soundly beaten with a loss of 50 killed.

Hadfield, the Missionary, 153. Hall and Atkinson, 337, 342-344, 345. Half-castes, 398. Hau-Hau defeat at Moutua, 287. outrages, 286, 295, 301. Hau-Haus finally crushed, 303. Hawaiki, 37.

Hadfield, the Missionary, 153. Hall and Atkinson, 337, 342-344, 345. Half-castes, 398. Hau-Hau defeat at Moutua, 287. outrages, 286, 295, 301. Hau-Haus finally crushed, 303. Hawaiki, 37.

Hadfield, the Missionary, 153. Hall and Atkinson, 337, 342-344, 345. Half-castes, 398. Hau-Hau defeat at Moutua, 287. outrages, 286, 295, 301. Hau-Haus finally crushed, 303. Hawaiki, 37.

Tutari killed by Hau-Hau, 302.

Tutari killed by Hau-Hau, 302.