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kekahi
one, one of the, another, the other, a certain
kaʻi
i
to
ʻami kuhi
ka iʻa
fish
kikino
ke one
sand
kikino
ka ua
rain
kikino
ka Hawaiʻi
Hawaiian
iʻoa (someone or something from or of Hawaiʻi)
ka honua
ground, earth, world
kikino (the big address for everyone)
ke kanaka
man, human being, person
kikino
ka lani
sky, heaven
kikino
ke lei
lei, flower garland
kikino
ka makani
wind
kikini
ka mākeke
market
kikino (from Pelekania)
ka manawa
time
kikino
ka mea ʻai
food
kikino
ka mokupuni
island
kikino
ka Pākē
Chinese
iʻoa
ka papa
class
kikino
ka peni
pen
kikino (Pelekania)
ka penikala
pencil
kikino (Pelekania)
ka pepa
paper
kikino (Pelekania)
ke poho
chalk
kikino (ke ao exception)
ka pōpoki
cat
kikino
ka pua
flower
kikino
ka puke
book
kikino (Pelekania)
ka wai
water
kikino
ka wela
hot
kikino
ka ʻīlio
dog
kikino
ka ʻono
delicious
kikino
hana
to work
hamani
ʻai
to eat
hamani
to cry, to weep
hehele
noho
to live, to reside
hehele
hele
to go
hehele
akamai
intelligent, smart
ʻaʻano
anuanu
cold
ʻaʻano
ola
healthy, alive
ʻaʻano
hauʻole
happy, fun
ʻaʻano
kaulana
famous
ʻaʻano
kahiko
old
ʻaʻano
liʻiliʻi
small
ʻaʻano
maʻi
sick, ill
ʻaʻano
mākaukau
ready, skilled
ʻaʻano
nani
pretty, beautiful
ʻaʻano
nui
large, plentiful
ʻaʻano
nunui
huge
ʻaʻano
pololei
correct, straight
ʻaʻano
ʻaʻala
fragrant, savory
ʻaʻano
ʻāwīwī
quuick, fast, swift
ʻaʻano
ʻeleʻele
black
ʻaʻano
ʻoluʻolu
comfortable, nice, pleasant, polite
ʻaʻano
ʻōmaʻimaʻi
somewhat sick, not feeling well
ʻaʻano
ʻōmaʻomaʻo
green
ʻaʻano
ʻumikūmākahi
(number) eleven
huahelu
he ʻumikūmākahi
eleven (of something)
huahelu
iwakālua
(number) twenty
huahelu
he iwakālua
Twenty (of something
huahelu
kanakolu
(number) thirty
huahelu
kanakolukūmāhā
(number) thirty-four
huahelu
kanaiwa
(number) ninety
huahelu
hoʻokahi haneli
(number) one hundred
huahelu
he hoʻokahi haneli
one hundred (of something)
huahelu