ⓘ Matai

                                     

ⓘ Matai

  • Matai, Egypt, a city in the governorate of Al Minya in Egypt.
  • Matai, West Coast, a locality in the Grey District of New Zealand.
  • Matai, New Zealand, a locality in the Matamata-Piako District of New Zealand.
  • Matai, Tanzania, a town and administrative seat of Kalambo District, Tanzania.
  • Matai Maucatar, a city and suco in East Timor.
                                     
  • Prumnopitys taxifolia, the matai Māori: mataī or black pine, is an endemic New Zealand coniferous tree that grows on the North Island and South Island
  • Stephen Steve Matai born 5 August 1984 is a New Zealand former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 2000 and 2010s. A New Zealand
  • Matai is a village suco located on northeast of Suai in East Timor. It is part of Maucatar Subdistrict, Cova Lima District. Matai has four sub - villages
  • for in the way of and the word matai family name or title Of central importance in the system are the matai the holders of family chief titles
  • Matai is a city in the Minya Governorate in Upper Egypt. It lies between Samalout and Beni Mazar. The city of Matai has the following villages: Abu Aziz
  • HMNZS Matai T01 was a Marine Department lighthouse tender which was requisitioned by the Royal New Zealand Navy RNZN and converted into a minesweeper
  • Matai Rangi Smith Born 2 May 1977 is a New Zealand television presenter. Matai was born and raised in Gisborne, New Zealand and later moved to Auckland
  • Jakub Matai born May 9, 1993 is a Czech professional ice hockey winger. He is currently playing with HC Olomouc of the Czech Extraliga. He has previously
  • Matai Leuta born July 20, 1990 is an American rugby union player who plays for the United States national rugby sevens team. Leuta became serious in
  • Matai an Wetland Ecological Park Chinese: 馬太鞍濕地公園 pinyin: Mǎtàiān Shīdì Gōngyuan is a wetland in Guangfu Township, Hualien County, Taiwan. Matai an
  • described below: The matai chief the aiga family head and the untitled aumaga laborers and their manaia supervisor Matai otherwise known as