He did not dare even to whisper to me, with moa hovering always so close.
moa had been near him; and as though by pre-arrangement with him she now accosted me.
Her robed figure lurked in an inconspicuous corner; her eyes were upon me as moa and I entered, but she did not move.
I was thinking, moa, when we land at the Moon to-morrow—where is our equipment?
This and the following are the two smallest species of moa, having been about the size of a large turkey.
I went cold and tense; moa shifted, alert to my every movement.
The child was born and named moa, from the place where it was seen moving.
I ignored moa's weapon which she was still clutching mechanically.
It was a regular mill—the gizzard of a moa—full of pebbles as big as hickory nuts.
Miko, moa, and a few of the Planetara's crew were down there somewhere.
extinct, flightless bird of New Zealand, 1842, native Maori name.