(NZ) an infant class in which the lessons are conducted in Māori
/ˈkəʊhə/ noun 1. (NZ) a gift or donation, esp of cash
assembly, the second son of Levi, and father of Amram (Gen. 46:11). He came down to Egypt with Jacob, and lived to the age of one hundred and thirty-three years (Ex. 6:18).
the descendants of Kohath. They formed the first of the three divisions of the Levites (Ex. 6:16, 18; Num. 3:17). In the journeyings of the Israelites they had the charge of the most holy portion of the vessels of the tabernacle, including the ark (Num. 4). Their place in the marching and encampment was south […]
/kɒhəkɒhə/ noun (pl) kohekohe 1. a New Zealand tree, Dysoxylum spectabile, with large glossy leaves and reddish wood