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he
a
kaʻi
ka
the
kaʻi
ke
the
kaʻi; before words beginning with k, e, a, & o; remember KE AO, the cloud; rare exceptions exist.
kēia
this
kaʻi (1st person demonstrative, near the speaker)
kēlā
that
kaʻi (3d person demonstrative, anywhere else)
kou
your (1)
kaʻi nonoʻa (2d person, singular)
kona
his, her (1)
kaʻi nonoʻa (3d person, singular)
koʻu
my
kaʻi nonoʻa (1st person, singular)
e
No translation. Used to mark the person being addressed.
ʻami hea
i
in, at, on
ʻami henua
o
of
ʻami nonoʻa, kino ō
ʻo
No translation. Used to make the piko (subject) of a pepeke.
ʻami piko
ma
in, at, on
ʻami henua
me
with
ʻami hoa
hea
where (iʻoa, always preceded by i or ma)
iʻoa, always preceded by i or ma
wai
who (iʻoa, not a papani)
iʻoa (not a papani, but translated by a pronoun in Haole)
ʻaneʻi
here
iʻoa (always preceded by i or ma)
ʻō
there
iʻoa (always preceded by i or ma)
au, wau
I
papani
aʻu
me
1st person papani after the ʻami hoa
ʻoe
you
2d person papani
ia
he, she
3d person papani (preceded by ʻami o in piko position)
ke alanui
street, road
kikino
ka inoa
name
kikino
ka haumāna
student
kikino
ka hale
house, building
kikino
ka halekūʻai
store
kikino
ka halekula
school building
kikino
ka halepule
church
kikino
ka hoaaloha
friend
kikino
ke kaikamahine
girl, daughter
kikino
ke kaona
town
kikino (from Pelekania)
ke kaʻa
car
kikino (from Pelekania)
ke kāne
man, husband
kikino
ke keiki
child, boy, son
kikino
ke keikikāne
boy, son
kikino
ke kula
school
kikino
ke kumu
teacher
kikino
ke kumukula
school teacher
kikino
ka lā
sun, day
kikino
ka lānai
lanai, patio, porch
kikino
lūʻau
luau, feast, party
kikino
ka makuahine
mother
kikino
ka makuakāne
father
kikino
ka noho
chair
kikino
ke pākaukau
table
kikino (ke rather than ka)
ka wahine
woman, wife
kikino
ka ʻanakala
uncle
kikino
ka ʻanakē
aunt, aunty
kikino
ka ʻaoʻao
page, side
kikino
heluhelu
to read
hamani
hoʻopili mai
to imitate me
hamani
hele mai
come, come here
hehele
noho
to sit
hehele
maikaʻi
good, fine
ʻaʻano
māluhiluhi
tired
ʻaʻano
ʻekahi
(number) one
huahelu
ʻelua
(number) two
huahele
ʻekolu
(number) three
huahele
ʻehā
(number) four
huahele
ʻelima
(number) five
huahelu
ʻeono
(number) six
huahelu
ʻehiku
(number) seven
huahelu
ʻewalu
(number) eight
huahelu
ʻeiwa
(number) nine
huahelu
ʻumi
(number) ten
huahelu
he ʻumi
ten (of something)
heluna