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akamai
smart
nani
pretty
hau'oli
happy
kahiko
old
li'ili'i
small
momona
fat
'ono
delicious
wi-wi-
skinny
pilikia
trouble
'o-ma'ima'i
sick
piha
full
laki
lucky
'ele'ele
black
ma-ku'e
brown
uliuli
blue
melemele
yellow
'ula'ula
red
ka-lole
straight (hair)
'a-pi'ipi'i
tight curls (hair)
pu-kalaki-
messy
po-kole
short
poepoe
round
ku-
to stand
kolohe
rascal
nui
big
pupuka
ugly
hou
new
kaumaha
sad
maika'i
good
'olu'olu
kind
loa
very
waiwai
rich
ma-luhiluhi
tired
nuha
sulky
pau
finished
wela
hot
po-maika'i
lucky
ke'oke'o
white
poni
purple
'o-ma'oma'o
green
lenalena
lt. yellow
'a-kala
pink
'o-milomilo
loose curls(hair)
hulupi'i
tight curls (hair)
lo-'ihi
long
'o-hule
bald person
liolio
slanted(pulled tight)
pono
righteous
hele
go
iho
downward, to decend
ku-
stand
lu'u
to dive
ho'i
to leave, go, or come back
pi'i
to go up
lawai'a
fisherman, to fish
holoholo
to go out (for fun)
noho
chair, to sit, to live, to stay
ka-kau
to write
unuhi
to take out
heluhelu
to read
mahalo
to thank
'ae
yes
'o-lelo
to speak, language
'o-lelo Hawai'i
hawaiian language
'ono
delicious
ha-'awi
to give
inu
to drink
'ai
to eat
ki'i
to fetch
ko-kua
to help
ma-lama
to care for
hana
work
ho'oma-kaukau
to prepare
ho'opa'a ha'awina
to study
ho'oponopono
to fix
kipa
visit
na-na-
to watch
'ike
to see
pule
prayer, to pray; week
kakekake
to jerk, fidget, interfere
ki-loi
throw
pa-kimokimo
to dribble
'oloka'a
roll
'apo
to catch
pa'i
to hit
holoi
to wash
ha'awina
homework
ka'a
car
ka-naka
person
mo'o
lizard
po-haku
rock
pua
flower
wahine
woman, wife, girlfriend
haole
white person
i'a
fish
kaikamahine
girl
keiki
child
kula
school
lole
clothes
manu
bird
mu'umu'u
dress
peni
pen
poho
chalk
pepa
paper
'ai
food
ki-
key
manawa
time
pa-kaukau
table
papa 'ele'ele
blackboard
poi
poi
kakahiaka nui
early morning
awakea
midday
ahiahi
evening
'aina kakahiaka
breakfast
'aina ahiahi
dinner
kauka
doctor
'ohaha
family
papa
class
hale noho haumana
dorms
hoa aloha
friend
hopena pule
weekend
koko'olau
hawaiian herb
kula nui
university
po-'alua
tuesday
po-'aha
thursday
po-aono
saturday
makua
parent
makuaka-ne
father
pa-pa
papa
mokupuni
island
pa-
plate(ke); to blow; yard
pu-kiki-
portugese
po'o
head
ihu
nose
pepeiao
ears
manamanalima
fingers
wa-wae
leg
po'ohiwi
shoulder
'i-lio
dog
kanaka
person
ka-ne
male, husband, boyfriend
noho
chair
po-poki
cat
wahine
woman
hale
house
hauma-na
student
inoa
name
kaikamahine
girl
keiki ka-ne
boy
kumu
teacher
mai'a
banana
mea
thing
pa-ke-
chinese
kai
ocean
kino
body
pa'akai
salt
pali
cliff
pia
beer
wai
water
kakahiaka
morning
'auinala-
afternoon
'aumoe
midnight, late night
'aina awakea
lunch
hua'ai
fruit
kahuna
minister
la-
sun, day
palaoa
bread
hale 'aina
cafe
hale pule
church
hoa ha-nau
cousin
kiwi
tv
kope
coffee
po-'akahi
monday
po-'akolu
wednesday
po-'alima
friday
la-pule
sunday
makuahine
mother
ma-ma-
mama
mea 'ai
food
na'aukakae
sausage
palaoa palai
pancake
pule
week
maka
eyes
waha
mouth
lima
arms
manamanawa-wae
toes
lauoho
hair
kinipo-po-
ball
a'e
upwards, sideways
aku
away from the speaker
iho
downwards
mai
towards the speaker