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Janauary
Ianuali
iʻoa
February
Pepeluali
iʻoa
March
Malaki
iʻoa
April
ʻApelila
iʻoa
May
Mei
iʻoa
June
Iune
iʻoa
July
Iulai
iʻoa
August
ʻAukake
iʻoa
September
Kepakemapa
iʻoa
October
ʻOkakopa
iʻoa
November
Nowemapa
iʻoa
December
Kekemapa, Dekemapa
iʻoa
ka ʻāinahānau
birthplace
kikino
ka aupuni
government
kikino
ka ʻehako
dove
kikino, he ʻano manu
ka ʻokika
orchid
kikino, he ʻano pua
ka ʻōpala
rubbish, trash
kikino
ka ʻumiʻumi
beard, mustache
kikino
ka hīmeni
song
kikino
ka huamoa
chicken egg
kikino
ke kauka
doctor
kikino (Pelekania)
ke kahi
comb
kikino (fo fix da kine lauoho)
ke kamaliʻi
children
kikino
ke kino
body
kikino
ke kokoleka
chocolate
kikino (Pelekania)
ke mele
song
kikino (exception to KE AO)
ka mōʻī
king, queen, monarch, sovereign
kikino
ka moʻolelo
story
kikino
ka pahiʻumiʻumi
razor
kikino
ka palaki
brush
kikino
ka pali
cliff
kikino
ka pēkona
bacon
kikino (Pelekania)
ka pūpū
food with drinks
kikino
ka waiū
milk
milk
ka waiūpaka
butter
kikino
ka ʻeha
sore, hurt
ʻaʻano
ka ʻehu
reddish colour (of the hair of some Hawaiians)
ʻaʻano
ka hanini
to be spilled
ʻaʻano
ka hoʻokano
stuck up, think you're too good
ʻaʻano
ke kapakahi
crooked
ʻaʻano
ke kaumaha
heavy, sad
ʻaʻano
ka lawa
enough
ʻaʻano
ka make
dead
ʻaʻano
ka maloʻo
dry
ʻaʻano
ka nuha
sulky, don't want to talk
ʻaʻano
ka paʻa
stuck, firm
ʻaʻano
ka pūʻiwa
surprised, startled
ʻaʻano
ka pulu
wet, drenched
ʻaʻano
ka hōʻoio
show off
hehele
ka mahaʻoi
stick your nose where it does not belong, nosey
hehele
ka haku
compose music or poetry
hamani
ka honi
smell, kiss
hamani
ke kali
await, wait for
hamani
ke mele
sing
hamani
ka palai
fry
hamani
ke hīmeni
sing
hamani
ke kahi
comb, shave, smooth out
hamani
ka ninini
pour
hamani
ka palaki
brush
hamani