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ke aku
bonito, skipjack
kikino
ke akua
god
kikino
ka imu
a hole in the ground used to kālua food
kikino
ka Haole
caucasian, especially of the general American culture
kikino
ka haʻawina
lesson
kikino
ka hana
work
kikino
ka hīmeni
song, hymn
kikino (Pelekania)
ka hopenapule
weekend
kikino
ke kakahiaka
morning
kikino
ke kanakē
candy
kikino (Pelekania)
ke kukū
thorn
kikino
ke kūkae
excrement
kikino
ka lā hānau
birthday
kikino
ka laulau
packages of ti leaves or banana leaves containing pork, beef, salted fish, or taro tops, baked in the ground oven, steamed or broiled
kikino
ka lānui
holiday (one big kine day)
kikino
ka lepo
dirt, polite word for excrement
kikino
ka lua
pit, hole in the ground
kikino
ka mahimahi
dolphin fish
kikino
ka manini
Very common reef surgeonfish
kikino
ka moʻopuna
grandchild
kikino
ka muʻumuʻu
muumuu (granny dress wid da kine flowers all over)
kikino
ka nīoi
chilli pepper
kikino
ka phuhau
refrigerator, ice box
kikino
ka pāpale
hat
kikino
ke poʻo
head
kikino
ka poke
a way of preparing raw fish (in chunks)
kikino
ka pōhaku
rock, stone
kikino
ka puaʻa
pig
kikino
ka puka
hole, perforation, usually with an entrance and exit
kikino
ka wā
time, period
kikino
ke ʻano
type, kind; nature
kikino
ka ʻēlimu
a polite word for rear end, buttocks
kikino
ka ʻohana
family, relative
kikino
ka ʻōkole
rear end, buttocks
kikino
ka ʻukulele
ukulele
kikino
ka hāpai
carry,lift
hamani
ka hoʻohuli
to turn something over, invert
hamani
ka hoʻopio
to turn off, extinguish
hamani
ke kālua
to cook in an imu
hamani
ka pule
to pray
hamani
ka wehe
to loosen, unfasten, open
hamani
ka holoholo
to ride around or walk around for fun
hehele
ka huli
to turn a corner, face a different direction
hehele
ka ʻauʻau
to shower, bathe, swim around in the water
hehele
ka hāpai
pregnant
ʻaʻano
ka hemo
loose, unfastened
ʻaʻano
ka hohono
a nicer word for terrible stink, smelly, bad smelling
ʻaʻano
ke kapu
forbidden, sacred, taboo
ʻaʻano
ke kāpulu
sloppy, poorly done
ʻaʻano
ke kolohe
rascal, mischievous
ʻaʻano
ka lōlō
dumb, paralyzed as a leg
ʻaʻano
ka mae
wilted, faded, withered
ʻaʻano
ka pau
used up, over, ended, disappeared
ʻaʻano
ka pio
out, as a light or fire
ʻaʻano
ka pilau
stink terribly
ʻaʻano
ka pololei
correct
ʻaʻano
ka pupule
crazy
ʻaʻano
ka huhū
direct anger toward someone or something
hamani/ʻaʻano
ka nīele
ask a lot of questions, nosey
hamani/ʻaʻano
ka Poʻakhi
Monday
nā lā o ka pule
ka Poʻalua
Tuesday
nā lā o ka pule
ka Poʻakolu
Wednesday
nā lā o ka pule
ka Poʻahā
Thursday
nā lā o ka pule
ka Poʻalima
Friday
nā lā o ka pule
ka Poʻaono
Saturday
nā lā o ka pule
ka Lāpule
Sonday
nā lā o ka pule
ka poʻahia
which day
nā lā o ka pule