Maoris

Maoris, the natives of New Zealand, a Polynesian race numbering 40,000, who probably displaced an aboriginal; are distinguished for their bravery; are governed by chiefs, and speak a rich sonorous language; they are the most vigorous and energetic of all the South Sea islanders.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Manzoni, Alessandro * Mar
Mansfield College
Mansion House
Mantegna, Andrea
Mantell, Gideon
Manteuffel, Baron von
Mantra
Mantua
Mantuan Swan
Manu, Code of
Manzoni, Alessandro
Maoris
Mar
Marabouts
Maracaybo
Maranatha
Marañon
Marat, Jean Paul
Marathon
Marburg
Marceau
Marcello, Benedetto