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pepeke
Grammatical sentence or clause
[po'o] [piko] ['awe]
'Ike 'oe i ka ha'awina
po'o
(the part of the sentence that occurs first) painu or noun description
painu
verb or any word used as a verb
piko
(the part of the sentence that follows the po'o)noun or subject
'awe
(parts of the sentence that compliments) i.e. location, time, day, etc.
'ami
object marker
types of 'ami
i: in, on, at, to, towards
ma: in, on, at
me: with
no/na: for
o/a: of
i/iā: direct object marker
mai/maia: from
hunekuhi
(directional) mai, aku, a'e, iho
ka'i
(possesive markers) ke, ka, nā, i'a
kāhulu
modifier (example) wahina 'olu'olu ('olu'olu is the modifier)
kikino
common noun
papani
(pronoun) (people with out names) au, 'o, ia
Painu
verb, or any word used as a verb
Māka painu
verb marker
a'ano
stative verb (vs) describes the quality, tradition, or state of the piko (i.e. māluhiluhi)
hamani
transitive verb (vt) describes an action that effects something or someone.
hehele
intrasitive verb (vi) describes actions that are limited to the piko
'aike he
Expresses that the piko "is a, am a, are a"
'aike 'o
Expresses that the piko "is the, are the, am something"
henua
describes the location of the people in space or time.
Nā ka'i nono'a
ko'u, kou, kona, ka'u, kāu, kāna, ku'u, kō, ko, kā
Nā hune 'a'au
(intensifier) nō, kā, lā, na'e, ho'i, anei, paha
Nā i'oa henua
luna, lalo, loko, waho, uka, kai, mua, hope, waena, 'ane'i, 'ō, laila