How was Kaikoura named?

Kaikoura, on the east coast of the South Island of Aotearoa New Zealand, famous for its crayfish, was named by a man called Tamaki Te Rangi and its full name is Te Ahi Kaikoura A Tamaki Te Rangi which means the fire that cooked the crayfish of Tamaki Te Rangi. This has been shortened to Kaikoura and is often mistakenly thought to mean simply meal of crayfish or place where crayfish is eaten because in the Maori language, kai means food and koura means crayfish.