from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A new faith, or religious superstition, that arose in New Zealand about 1864, and was supposed to be based on revelations from the angel Gabriel. The followers of this religion were called hau-haus, and were distinguished for their cruelty in the war against the colonial government.


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