"'I'm a Kiwi.'
'Like, the bird?'"
by englishbird November 22, 2010
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1. <noun> A person from New Zealand. The term is very commonly used because the alternative, "New Zealander", is perceived as being kind of long and cumbersome.

2. <adjective> From, of or relating to New Zealand. This term is very commonly used because the country of New Zealand doesn't really have any other adjective ("New Zealandic" or "New Zealandish" are not correct).

3. <noun> A small, brown flightless bird indigenous to New Zealand. A common national symbol for New Zealand.

4. <noun> A fruit (also known as a "kiwifruit", a "Chinese gooseberry" or a "melonette") which originates from southern China, but is today grown in many parts of the world, notably Italy and New Zealand.
1. Kiwis have cooler accents than Aussies!

2. A Kiwi family moved in next door.

3. I'd love to see a kiwi in the wild.

4. A single kiwi isn't much of a lunch!
by backpacker_x2 March 22, 2011
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Someone who doesn't like to be mistaken for an Aussie,but its always amazed if you get it correct.
Supply teacher:OK kids,where am I from?
Class:AUSTRALIA!
Smart kid in the corner:New Zealand.

The Kiwi accent is softer.
by SomeoneNew May 13, 2011
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Kiwi (derived from the Japanese word Keiki meaning good times) is a term/word used for a pair of people who love each other a lot ,and love doing things together
Last night was awesome, we were such a kiwi!!!!
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A game played in an enclosed court by two players who strike a ball with raquets. aka the greatest sport ever.
WOW! This kool sport kiwi is waaaay better then squash!
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A very stubborn person that seems hard and thick-skinned on the outside but is really soft and sweet on the inside kind of like the fruit.
Friend 1: "How's your kiwi?"
Friend 2: "They aren't easy but they are worth it."
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A person born in New Zealand, a small country made up of two islands below and to the right of Australia.

There is a historical rivalry between Australians (commonly called Aussies or, occasionally, wankers) and the Kiwis (mistakenly called sheep shaggers). Despite this, the two peoples have a strange habit of defending each other and feeling comforted by the others presence in countries outside their own.
A Kiwi and an Aussie are riding through the sheep country when they discover a sheep with its head stuck in a fence. The Kiwi gets off his horse, strides over to the sheep, shags it, and them gets back on his horse. He looks at the Aussie who is staring at him and says, "Sorry mate, do ya want a go too?" "Alright," says the Aussie and gets off his horse and walks over to the fence where the sheep is still stuck. After a pause, he looks back at the Kiwi and asks "Do I have to put my head in the fence?"
by Dudewheresmypoose August 24, 2006
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