Origin : Pacific/Polynesian Mythology,
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Numerology information Rangi:
Name Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order
Additional information Rangi:
Means "sky" in Maori. In Maori and other Polynesian mythology Rangi was a god of the sky, husband of the earth goddess Papa. They were locked in a crushing embrace but were eventually separated by their children, the other gods.
Definition funny of Rangi:
Kind of like DIY - Do it yourself, but when you do a really shit job, and don't use the right equipment or material.
Your mate has just cut a large hole in the bonnet of his car for "air intake". You would say: "what a rangi cunt" or "shit that intake job is rangi"
Substandard or cheap
Those cakes are so rangi
The primal sky father in Māori mythology In the mythology of the Maori of New Zealand Rangi is the god of the sky. He was also known as Raki by the Nghaitahu of the South Island of New Zealand. He fell in love with the Papa - the earth and embraced her at a time when there was only darkness. There were numerous offspring of their union, such as Haumea, Rongo, Tane, Tangaroa, Tawhiri and Tu, but these as well as plants and fruit were prevented from growing on the earth by the tightness of the embrace of Rangi and Papa. To remedy this situation, the other gods separated the two lovers. Some variations of the myths say that the separation was carried out on the orders of Rangi himself. When they separated light was created and the plants could grow. The Nghaitahu said that the morning dew is the tears of Raki for his beloved Papa and the mists are the sighs of Papa for Rangi.
In Māori mythology the primal couple Rangi and Papa (or Ranginui and Papatuanuku) appear in a creation myth explaining the origin of the world.
A scab who asks for food all the time, someone annoying who has unbroken behavioral patterns >=(
Songs about Rangi:
Ganraj Rangi Nachato by Lata Mangeshkar from the Album Mahaganpati (Sarvotkrushtha Gabesh Geethe)
Madad Rangi by Ebi from the Album 48 Golden Hits of Ebi
Maori Songs: Akoako o te rangi by Dame Kiri Te Kanawa/Maori Music Group/Abbey Road Ensemble/Paraire Tomoana from the Album Maori Songs
Medad Rangi (Solo Piano - Ebi) by Fariborz Lachini from the Album Scent of Yesterday 10
Akoako o te Rangi by Douglas Mews from the Album Great Australasian Organs Vol 8 / The Organ of Wellington Town Hall
Anth Rangi Pahuya by Ajit Kadkade from the Album Namo Ganaraya
Awa Ki Te Rangi by He Toa Takatini from the Album Maori
Books about Rangi:
Rangi za Ali (Swahili Edition) by Nyambura Mpesha and Worldreader (Jul 3, 2012)
RANGI'S WAR by John Keenan and Nigel Ogle. Ta Whiti Museum. N.Z. Cover Image (Jan 12, 2014)
Kitabu Changu Cha 1 2 3: Paka Rangi na Ujifunze (Swahili Edition) by Paa Kwesi Imbeah (Jan 1, 2012)
Kitabu Changu Cha 123 Paka Rangi na Ujifunze by Paa Kwesi Imbeah and Worldreader (Jan 23, 2013)
Rangi: Webster's Timeline History, 1827 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)
Rangi and his Dinosaurs by Katerina Te Heikoko Mataira (Dec 12, 1998)
It Began IN Te Rangi - The Gentle Flame - To My Dear Niece by Gloria Bevan, Katrina Britt and Hilda Nickson (1976)
Movies about Rangi:
Te Hekenga-ä-rangi 2003 -
Wiki information Rangi:
In Māori mythology the primal couple Rangi and Papa appear in a creation myth explaining the origin of the world. In some South Island dialects, Rangi is called Raki or Rakinui.
Rangi Chase is a professional rugby league footballer who currently plays in the Super League competition for the Salford Red Devils. He attended famous Maori school Te Aute College in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand in 1999 before moving to Australia where...