What is the word for foreigner in your language? #newzealand #maori

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Pākehā is the New Zealand Māori word for “foreigner” and is used to refer to someone of European descent. Derived from the word pakepakeha, it means “pale-skinned fairies,” or “white pig.”
Foreigners deciding to call New Zealand their home are on the rise. Its attractiveness as a family-friendly location and its quality of life appeal to expats faced with austerity measures and job losses at home.

Source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/expat-money/9443997/Foreigners-flock-to-New-Zealand.html