English to Maori Meaning of shame - whakama

Shame :

whakama, tāú, te feaa, taunu, whakahawea, numinumi, hoa mo te whakama, paru, rohirohi, ngautuara, take, tawai, koha, poke, kino

whakama, taunu, kohukohu, numinumi, kia whakahihi, poke, faaino, whakapokea ano, te he

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Definitions of shame in English
Noun(1) a painful emotion resulting from an awareness of inadequacy or guilt(2) a state of dishonor(3) an unfortunate development
Verb(1) bring shame or dishonor upon(2) compel through a sense of shame(3) cause to be ashamed(4) surpass or beat by a wide margin
Examples of shame in English
(1) It's a shame as they do contribute so much to the character of a place.(2) The colourful graffiti on many of the walls in Switzerland may be a shame to the locals but I would have loved to record my impressions of this ideal destination in such artistic abandon.(3) We follow the inhabitants of one of the smaller districts, desperate to win after the shame of having lost for 25 years running.(4) In other words, they want to avenge history, to undo the shame of half a millennium ago with a reassertion of their glory today.(5) The two men share such synergy - especially in the more experimental storytelling style used in the last chapter - that it's almost a shame to consider them separately.(6) the incident had brought shame on his family(7) she was hot with shame(8) It conveniently also offered birth mothers and their babies second chances for normal lives, without the shame of being unwed and illegitimate.(9) It's a shame to dress the whole thing up in nationalism as well!(10) In fact, they are so cold a lot of cucumbers that they even shame the cold.(11) George's mouth fell open, and I could instantly see the shame and regret written all over his face.(12) I tried to shame him into giving some away(13) it is a shame that they are not better known(14) Perhaps even more important, severe maltreatment could bring shame and dishonour on the neighbourhood.(15) ignorance of Latin would be a disgrace and a shame to any public man(16) He puts to shame any legitimate causes in the domain name battle.
Related Phrases of shame
(1) crying shame ::
karanga whakama
(2) without shame ::
kahore whakama
(3) feel shame ::
ite whakama
(4) walk of shame ::
haere o te whakama
(5) have no sense of shame ::
kahore tikanga o whakama
(6) sense of shame ::
tikanga o te whakama
(7) put to shame ::
hoatu ki te whakama
(8) blush with shame ::
numinumi ki te whakama
2. guilt ::
3. disgrace ::
4. pity ::
e tohu
5. ignominy ::
hoa mo te whakama
6. disgrace ::
7. humiliate ::
Different Forms
shame, shamed, shameful, shameless, shames, shaming
Word Example from TV Shows
The Dothraki think outsiders are
ridiculous taking shame in the naked body.

The Dothraki think outsiders are ridiculous taking SHAME in the naked body.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 8

there is no shame for this.

there is no SHAME for this.

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 5



Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 10

Shame on her.

Shame on her.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 23

You brought shame upon
yourself and your family.

You brought SHAME upon yourself and your family.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 16

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