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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