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Haʻawina ʻEkolu: Vocabulary


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a
and (with verbs and sentences)
aloha
love; hello ; goodbye
ʻekolu
three
hale
house, building
haole
white person, English, American, foreign
haumana
student
hauʻoli
happy
hou
new; again
object marker, to, toward (proper name or pronoun)
iʻa
fish
inoa
name
ka
the
kahiko
old
kaikamahine
girl
kaikamāhine
girls
kaumaha
sad, heavy
ke
the (before words beginning with k-, e-, a-, o-)
keiki
child
keiki kāne
boy
kona
his, her
kou
your
koʻu
my
kula
school
kumu
teacher
liʻiliʻi
small
lole
clothes, dress; cloth
mahalo
to thank; to admire
maiʻa
banana
maikaʻi
good, well
manu
bird
mea
thing, person
momona
fat; sweet; fertile
muʻumuʻu
Hawaiian dress
indeed; emphatic marker
ʻo
nominative marker
ʻo ia
he, she (nominative)
ʻōlelo
language; to speak, to say
ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi
Hawaiian language; to speak Hawaiian
ʻoluʻolu
kind, pleasant, cool, comfortable, nice, charming
ʻono
delicious
Pākē
Chinese
peni
pen
penikala
pencil
Pehea lā?
How about it? And what?
puke
book
wai
who (in questions)
wīwī
thin
A hui hou.
Goodbye. (lit. until meet again)
A hui hou aku nō.
Goodbye indeed.
E ʻoluʻolu ʻoe.
Please (lit. be nice)