ʻO Koʻu Kaikunāne, Ka Lawaiʻa

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kaikunāne

brother of a girl

kaikuahine

sister of a boy

kaikaina

younger sibling (same sex)

kaikuaʻana

older sibling (same sex)

nui nā iʻa i laila

there are many fish there

he heʻe

a squid, octopus

he ula

lobster

wehe

to open, to take out

kaʻalaʻala

the ink sack

kuʻi

to pound

paʻakai Hawaiʻi

Hawaiian salt

maka

raw

kaʻinamona

kukui relish

ka nīnoi

chili pepper

Auē ka ʻono ē!

Oh so delicious! "broke da mouth!"

ʻoi aku ka maikaʻi o ka heʻe ma mua o ka ula

The squid is better than the lobster

kaulaʻi

to hang, to string up

ʻai maka

to eat raw

nō hoʻi

also

ma hope iho

later after

he wana

an urchin

māʻona (pronounced māʻana)

satisfied from eating

kiʻihele

just cruising around

ke kiʻihele wale ʻana

last month

hō ka nui o ka heʻe!

wow, the squid is big!

ʻō

to spear, to jab

māhele

to share, to divide

too

makehewa

useless

he puhi

an eel

he hīhīmanu

a sting ray

he manō

a shark

noʻonoʻo

to think

he hoʻopau manawa

a waste of time

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