However the term hori has become somewhat acceptable between certain youth these days and is now used in more of a positive way in greeting one another instead of using it as a direspective way.
Maori2: Nafing aye just getting wasted bout u bro
Maori1: yeah nah same aye
Pakeha: Gosh you have a filthy mouth you bloody hori
Maori2: what stuff you lady wanna hiding
These people are so cheap they steal stuff from the Warehouse
your ub3r hori with micro uzi bo.
horima + horius in a new car = stolen car with the pigs behind them, chasing them in the streets of otara, comming to my house, but i will get my m4 and m203 them wen they get here, then i will steal their jandles
Slang derogatory term used to describe the indigenous Maori of New Zealand. It implies such connotations as: scruffy, poor, thief, coloured.
Slang:The term came into affect in the 1900s when a white majority wanted to label something they deemed to be inferior. Similar to "nigger and abo". It finally found it's way into the Oxford English Dictionary in the late Twentieth