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a
belonging to
'a-ina ho'opulapula
homestead land
a-na
his, her
'anakala
uncle
a-u
your
a'u
my
'e- a'e
other, another, different
'ehia
how many
hu-
wow, huh
ka-lani
gallon
kanu
to plant
komo
to enter
luahine
old woman
mahi'ai
farmer
ma-la 'ai
vegetable garden
ma-la pua
flower garden
o
belonging to, of
ola kino
health
ona
his, her
ou
your
o'u
my
'uala
sweet potato
'a-kau
right (direction); north
'ao'ao
side, page
'eke
bag, purse (ke)
hema
left (direction); south
hilahila
ashamed, embarrassed
ho'onoho
to set (as a table)
ho'opiha
to fill
hope
behind, back, after, later, last (final)
hua moa
egg
'imi
to seek, to look for
ipu
container, cup, dish
kai
seaward
kapuahi
stove
kau
to place, to put
ka-wele
towel, napkin
ke verb nei
present tense marker
ki-'aha
glass (container)
koiu-
shoyu
ko-pa'a
sugar
kuene
waiter
kumu
tree
laiki
rice
lalo
below, under
loko
inside
luna
above, on top of
mahina
month, moon
maka'u
afraid of, frightened
manako-
mango
mo'a
cooked
mua
before, in front of, first, previous
nu-hou
news
nu-pepa
newspaper
'o-
fork
pahi
knife
palai
to fry
pi'i
to climb up
po-loli
hungry
puka aniani
window
puna
spoon (ke)
uka
inland
waena
between
waho
outside
waiho
to leave something, to deposit
wai hua 'ai
fruit juice
waiu-
milk
hana 'ino
to abuse, mistreat, do evil, torment, pick on, make fun of
ho'iho'i
to return something
ho'ohenehene
to tease
'ike maka
eyesight, eye witness
kapu
reserved, forbidden
kele
jelly, jam
kikiki
ticket
kuawa
guava
mai
don't (verb)
makapo-
blind
'oi
to excel, protrude, stick out
'ono
to crave
poina
to forget
pupule
crazy
ao
day (daylight hours)
ha-mama
to be open
he-'i-
papaya
ho'a-'o
to try
ho-'au'au
to bathe (with object)
ho-'olu'olu
to soothe, to make comfortable, to ease
ho'onanea
to relax, to kick back, to mellow out
ho'opaumanawa
to waste time
hu-na-
to hide
kahuhipa
shepherd
kopa
soap
maka
green (not ripe)
mane'o
itchy
mea nui
main thing, important
na'e
nevertheless
nahu
to bite, a bite
nanea
relaxed, absorbed engrossed, mellow
noi
to request, ask for
'o-lelo no'eau
saying, proverb
'o-piopio
youth, youngster, juvenile
pa'a
stuck, closed; to be shut
pani
to close, to shut, to turn off
pe'e
to hide oneself (no object)
puka
to emerge, come out; door
'uku
flea
wehe
to open
'aihue
to steal; thief
e
by (agent marker with passive 'ia only)
ha-nau
to give birth
hoa noho
roommate, neighbor
hola
hour
holoi
to wash
ho'opa'a
to reserve, fasten, record, make fast
'ia
passive marker
kekahi
a, another, one, certain, other
kope
copy
kuke
to cook
lawa
enough
no'u
for me, mine
pu-lehu
to broil, usually vegetables
'ako
to break or pluck, as flowers
akua
god
'alo
to dodge, evade, avoid
'a-no-
right away, immediately, now
'elemakule
old (of males), old man
'eli
to dig
hiki
possible
ho'oluhi
to bother, disturb, trouble, inconvenience; burdensome, demanding, inconvenient
ho'oma'ama'a
to practice, to get used to
ho'ona-ukiuki
to annoy; annoying, irratating
ke
verb marker (after hiki)
kumu la-'au
tree
kupu
shoot (of plant)
la-'au
plant, bush
lepo
dirt, ground
mea kanu
crops
na
for
nalowale
to disappear
na-u
for you, yours
na'u
for me, mine
no
for
nou
for you, yours
pi-hoihoi
worried, excited, anxious, astonished
po'e
people
po'o
head
ue-
to cry, lament
ulu
to grow
'awapuhi
ginger
ha-nai
to feed, adopt, assume primary responsibility for
hapa
part
home
home
ho'omaka
to begin
ho'ouna
to send
hua 'o-lelo
word
hulu
feather, body hair
ipo
sweetheart, lover, boyfriend, girlfriend
kau
season, semester
koena
leftovers, remainder
kumu
reason, source
lauhala
pandanus lea
loa'a
to be gotten, to be received
lole wa-wae
trousers, pants
makamaka hou
fresh (as fish)
makeke
market
mano-
shark
maopopo
understandable, known
na-na
for him, for her, his, hers
nona
for him, for her, his, hers
pa-kini
basin, tub
pa-lule
shirt, blouse
pa-pale
hat
Papa Ola
Board of Health
piha
full; entirely; pure (as in "pure hawaiian")
pi-kake
jasmine; peacock
selamoku
denim (from "sailor ship")
uku
payment, reward