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24 terms
Kekahi mau 'olelo no ka Papa 'Olelo Hawaii
Yes
No
Hey teacher
Hey friend
'ae
'a'ole
E ke kumu
E ke hoa
Yes
'ae
No
'a'ole
8 terms
Nā ʻŌlelo ʻĒ Aʻe
au
ʻoe
ʻo ia
I
you
he/she
a little word to add assurance
au
I
ʻoe
you
32 terms
Nā Painu II
ʻauʻau
kōkua
ʻike
kikokiko
to bathe
to help
to see
to type
ʻauʻau
to bathe
kōkua
to help
59 terms
Nā Kai ʻEwalu Mokuna 1: Papaʻōlelo
he ... (kaʻi)
ka/ke ... (kaʻi)
kēia ... (kaʻi)
kēlā... (kaʻi)
a
the
this
that
he ... (kaʻi)
a
ka/ke ... (kaʻi)
the
22 terms
MHS_Nā Kai ʻEwalu Mokuna 2: Nā ʻŌlelo Pōkole
Pehea ka iʻa?
ʻOno ka iʻa.
ʻOno kēia iʻa liʻiliʻi.
he hale hou
How's the fish?
The fish is delicious.
This small fish is delicious.
a new house
Pehea ka iʻa?
How's the fish?
ʻOno ka iʻa.
The fish is delicious.
259 terms
MHS_Nā Kai ʻEwalu Mokuna 1- 3
Pehea ka iʻa?
ʻOno ka iʻa.
ʻOno kēia iʻa liʻiliʻi.
he hale hou
How's the fish?
The fish is delicious.
This small fish is delicious.
a new house
Pehea ka iʻa?
How's the fish?
ʻOno ka iʻa.
The fish is delicious.
10 terms
Nā Kai ʻEwalu Mokuna 18: ʻŌlelo Pōkole
hoʻā—hōʻike—hoʻāla—hoʻoikaika
E peku ana ka lio.
E peku ʻia ana ka lio.
Ke hoʻoponopono ʻia nei ke alanui.
turn on—show—wake up—strengthen
The horse is going to kick.
The horse is going to be kicked.
They are fixing the road.
hoʻā—hōʻike—hoʻāla—hoʻoikaika
turn on—show—wake up—strengthen
E peku ana ka lio.
The horse is going to kick.
62 terms
Nā Kai ʻEwalu Mokuna 3: Papaʻōlelo
kekahi... (kaʻi)
Auē!... (hoʻōho)
hou... (huneʻano)
akā... (kuʻi)
one of the, one, another, the other, a certain
Whoops! Oh no! Oh boy! Oh! Wow!
new, again, more
but
kekahi... (kaʻi)
one of the, one, another, the other, a certain
Auē!... (hoʻōho)
Whoops! Oh no! Oh boy! Oh! Wow!
17 terms
Nā Kai ʻEwalu Mokuna 15: ʻŌlelo Pōkole
Hauʻoli Makahiki Hou!
Hape Nūʻia!
He aha kāu pahuhopu no ka makahiki hou?
He manaʻo koʻu iā ʻoe.
Happy New Year!
Happy New Year! (Said at midnight.)
What's your goal for the new year?
I have something to tell you.
Hauʻoli Makahiki Hou!
Happy New Year!
Hape Nūʻia!
Happy New Year! (Said at midnight.)
24 terms
Nā ʻŌlelo Pōkole ( Ka Mokuna ʻEkolu )
Pehea ka ʻia?
ʻOno ka ʻia.
he aha?
He aha ka waihoʻoluʻu o kou noho?
How's the fish?
The fish is delicious.
what?
What color is your chair?
Pehea ka ʻia?
How's the fish?
ʻOno ka ʻia.
The fish is delicious.
69 terms
Nā Kai ʻEwalu Mokuna 9: Papaʻōlelo
kāna... (kaʻi)
kaʻu... (kaʻi)
hou... (hune)
hope... (hune)
his, her
my
again, more, new
last, later, afterwards
kāna... (kaʻi)
his, her
kaʻu... (kaʻi)
my
26 terms
Nā Kai ʻEwalu Mokuna 3: ʻŌlelo Pōkole
Pehea ka iʻa?
ʻOno ka iʻa.
...he aha?
He aha ka waihoʻoluʻu o kou noho?
How's the fish?
The fish is delicious.
...what?
What color is your chair?
Pehea ka iʻa?
How's the fish?
ʻOno ka iʻa.
The fish is delicious.
32 terms
Nā ʻŌlelo Kelepona (telephone talk)
kelepona
Aloha! ʻo Lani kēia.
Aloha, Hale Kuamoʻo. ʻO Lani kēia.
Aloha kāua, e Lani.
telephone
Hello! This is Lani.
Hello, Hale Kuamoʻo. This is Lani.
Hello to the both of us, Lani.
kelepona
telephone
Aloha! ʻo Lani kēia.
Hello! This is Lani.
40 terms
Useful Hawaiian Phrases
Welcome/Hello
How are you? (singular)
How are you? (dual)
How are you? (plural)
Aloha
Pehea ʻoe?
Pehea ʻolua?
Pehea ʻoukou?
Welcome/Hello
Aloha
How are you? (singular)
Pehea ʻoe?
23 terms
Nā Inoa
Mahina i kēia pō
Hua ʻŌlelo Hou
ʻO wai
Inoa mua
Akua
...
who, what koʻu my, mine
first name kou your, yours
Mahina i kēia pō
Akua
Hua ʻŌlelo Hou
...
67 terms
Nā Kai ʻEwalu Mokuna 18: Papaʻōlelo
Hui... (hoʻōho)
iki... (huneʻano)
hou... (huneʻano)
mua... (huneʻano)
Call to let someone know that you are in the area, to get som…
slightly, a little bit
again, more
first
Hui... (hoʻōho)
Call to let someone know that you are in the area, to get som…
iki... (huneʻano)
slightly, a little bit
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