[When I went to New Zealand I took evening classes in Te Reo Maori; here are some of my notes.
Please note that this isn’t a complete list of every possible greeting but rather a list of the ones I encountered the most frequently. Feel free to correct me if you spot any mistakes/make additions :)]
Kia ora - hello Kia ora kōrua - hello to you two Kia ora koutou (katoa) - hello to you (all) (3 or more people)
Haere mai - welcome Tēnā koe - greetings to you (1 person) Tēnā kōrua - greetings to you two
Tēnā koutou (katoa) - greetings to you (all) (3 or more people) Tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou katoa - greetings, greetings, greetings to you all (3 or more people) Tēnā koe e hoa - greetings to you friend
E noho rā - goodbye (said to someone staying) Haere rā - goodbye (said to someone leaving) Ka kite (anō) - see you (again) Aroha nui - lots of love (often used to sign off letters to friends/loved ones)