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Nā Kai ‘Ewalu 2

Nā Kai ‘Ewalu by Kauanoe Kamanā and William H. Wilson, 1977 Ka Mokuna ‘Elua (Chapter 2) *Pepeke Painu sentence begins with a describing word
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kekahi
one, one of the, another, the other, a certain
i
to
ka i'a
the fish
ke one
the sand
ka ua
the rain
ka Hawai'i
Hawaiian
ka honua
the ground, earth, world
ka kanaka
the person
ka lani
the sky, heaven
ka lei
the lei
ka makani
the wind
ka mākeke
the market
ka manawa
the time
ka mea'ai
the food
ka mokupuni
the island
Pākē
Chinese
ka papa
the class
ka peni
the pen
ka penikala
the pencil
ka pepa
the paper
ke poho
the chalk
ka pōpoki
the cat
ka pua
the flower
ka puke
the book
ka pule
the week
ka wai
the water
ka 'īlio
the dog
wela
hot
'ono
delicious
akamai
smart, intelligent
anuanu
cold
ola
healthy, alive
hau'oli
happy
kaulana
famous
kahiko
old
li'ili'i
little
ma'i
sick
mākaukau
ready
nani
pretty
nui
large, plenty
nunui
huge
pololei
correct, straight
'a'ala
fragrant, savory
'āwīwī
quick, fast, swift
'ele'ele
black
'olu'olu
comfortable, nice, pleasant
'ōma'ima'i
somewhat sick, not feeling well
'ōma'oma'o
green
hana
work
'ai
eat
cry, weep
noho
live, sit
hele
go
Pehea ka i'a?
How's the fish?
'Ono ka i'a.
The fish is delicious.
'Ono kēia i'a li'ili'i.
This small fish is delicious.
he hale hou
a new house
E hana hou!
Do it again!
Hana au me Nani.
I work with Nani.
Hana maika'i 'o ia.
He (she) works well.
'O Leo a me Keola
Leo and Keola
ka 'īlio a me ka pōpoki
the dog and the cat
he 'īlio a he pōpoki
a dog and a cat
Mākaukau ka mea'ai a hau'oli ka 'īlio.
The food is ready and the dog is happy.
"Uē ka lani, ola ka honua."
"The sky cries, the earth lives."
Auē!
Woops! Oh no! Oh Boy! Oh! Wow!
akā
but
i kēia lā
today (on this day)
i kēia manawa
now (at this time)
me a'u
with me
me ia
with him, with her
E 'ai 'oe.
You should eat. Eat!
'umikūmākahi
eleven (number)
he 'umikūmākahi
eleven (amount)
iwakālua
twenty (number)
he iwakālua
twenty (amount)
kanakolu
thirty (number)
kanakolukūmāhā
thirty-four (number)
kanaiwa
ninty (number)
ho'okahi haneli
one hundred (number)
he ho'okahi haneli
one hundred (amount)
Anuanu ka wai.
The water is cold.
Nani ka lani i kēia lā.
The sky is pretty today.
Anuanu ka ua ma 'ane'i.
The rain is cold here.
Hau'oli au ma 'ane'i.
I am happy here.
Hele kēia ka'a ma ke one.
This car goes on sand.
Uē kēia kaikamahine ma ka halepule.
This girl cries at church.
Hele 'oe i ke kaona.
You go to town.
Kona is hot now.
Wela 'o Kona i kēia manawa.
Noho 'o ia me a'u
He lives with me.
'Olu'olu 'o Kanani.
Kanani is nice.
'Olu'olu ka noho 'ōma'oma'o.
The green chair is comfortable.
Māluhiluhi ka 'īlio nui.
The big dog is tired.
Aia ka pepa me ka penikala a aia ka pōpoki me ka 'īlio.
The paper is with the pencil, and the cat is with the dog.
Noho ka wahine Pākē ma Waianae, a hana 'o ia ma Honolulu.
The Chinese woman lives in Waianae, and she works on Honolulu.
Aia ke kauka akamai me ka wahine wīwī, a aia ka haumana hau'oli me ke kumu 'olu'olu.
The smart doctor is with the thin woman, and the happy student is with the kind teacher.
Li'ili'i kekahi pua, akā hau'oli ka wahine nani.
One of the flowers is small, but the pretty woman is happy.
Hau'oli ka Makuahine ma ka hana, akā kaumaha ka Makuakāne.
Mother is happy at work, but Father is sad.
Aia 'O Kimo a me 'oe ma ka papa.
Kimo and you are in class.
Hele kēia kaikamahine a me kēlā keikikāne i ka halepule.
This girl and that boy go to the church.