Hinemoa is a popular female Māori given name, often shortened to Hine. It is also used in the following contexts:
- Hinemoa (gastropod) a genus of small sea snails
- Hinemoa and Tutanekai - a Māori legend about a couple kept apart
- Hinemoa (1913 film) - a silent film made in New Zealand (1913) by Gaston Méliès
- Hinemoa (1914 film) - a silent film made in New Zealand (1914) by George Tarr
- The Romance of Hine-moa a silent film made in New Zealand (1927) by Gustav Pauli
- Placostylus ambagiosus hinemoa - a subspecies of very large, air-breathing land snail
- Margarella antipoda hinemoa - a subspecies of sea snail
- GSS Hinemoa - a New Zealand government steamer
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