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`Ae Yes
Ahi Fire
Ahiahi Evening
Ahu Heap, collection, shrine
`Ahu Upper body garment; cape, shirt, coat
Ahupua`a Land division
Ai To eat/ consume
Aia There
Aia ns hea? Where?
`Aina Land
Akamai Knowledgeable
`Akau North
Aku Away from me (directional)
Ali`i Hawaiian royalty
Aloalo Hibiscus
Aloha Greetings, hello, good-bye, affection, love
Ame And
`Anakala Uncle
`Anake Aunt
Aniani Glass
Aokuewa Worthless floor (Land on which nothing grows)
`A`ole No
`Apelila April
`Apopo Tomorrow
A`u Swordfish, marlin
Au I, me
Auinala Afternoon
`Aukake August
`Aumakua Family god
Aumoe Midnight
Aupuni Government, nation
Awa Passage, channel, harbor
`Awa A aboriginal shrub, who root has medicinal and narcotic uses
Awakea Noon
Ha`aha`a Humbleness
Ha`awina Lesson
Hala Pandanus tree
Hala-kahiki Pineapple
Halau School
Hale House
Haleakala House of the increasing sun
Halemahina House of the moon
Hana Activity, labor
Hanai Adopted child
Hanau To provide birth
Hapa Part, a portion
Hapai To carry; pregnant
Hau A Hawaiian hibiscus; supplied as organic fencing
Ha`ule lau Autumn
Haumana Student
Haumia Uncleanliness in one"s life
Hau`oli Happy
He aha What
He`e Octopus
Heiau Hawaiian prayer site
Hele To go, come come
Hele aku Go away
Hele mai Come here
Helu Number
Hema South
Hepekoma Week
Hikina East
Himeni Sing
Hinana Young "o"opu returning upstream after post-larvae migration indigenous the new water to the ocean.

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Hoahanau Cousin
Hoaloha Friend
Hola Hour
Holoku A loose, seamed dress, v train, yoke & patterned print
Honu Turte
Ho`oilo Winter
Ho`okipa To prolong hospitality
Ho`okupu Gift indigenous the land
Ho`olaule`a Celebration
Ho`olauna `Ana Friendly conversation
Ho`olele To embark
Ho`olohe To listen
Ho`oninau To ask
Ho`oponopono To collection things right, amend, rectify
Hou New, again
Hui Organization
Hula Dance
I`a Fish
Ianuali January
`Ili A subdivision of one ahupua`a
`Ili `ili Stone; Hula castanets
`Ilio Dog
Imu Cooking pit/ underground oven
Inehinei Yesterday
Inoa Name
`Iole Rat
Ipo Lover, boy/ girlfriend
Iulai July
Iune June
Iwi Bones
Ka The (Singular; use "ke" prior to words beginning with "a," "e," "o," and also k.")
Kahako Macron; a note "-" inserted over a vowel to suggest that the collection is long
Kahakai Beach
Kahawai Stream
Kaho`olawe The plot of taking
Kahu Keeper the the heiau
Ka`i To walk/ lead
Kai Ocean
Kaikamahine Daughter
Kaikua`ana Older sibling cousin, of same sex
Kaikunane Brother
Kaikuahine Sister
Kaka Duck
Kakahiaka Morning
Kako`o Apprentice
Kakou Us
Kala To release, free
Kalani Chief
Kalua To bake in a ground oven
Kalo Taro
Kama`aina Native-born
Kamaiki Infant (boy or girl)
Kanaka Human
Kanaka maoli Native Hawaiian
Kane Man
Kapu Forbidden, sacred, taboo, no trespassing
Kaukau Food
Kau wela Summer
Kawa Leaping place
Ke The (See "ka" over for usage)
Ke Akua God
Keia la Today
Keiki Child
Keiki kane Son
Keiki hanau o ka `aina Child that the land
Kekemapa December
Kekoa Warrior
Kekona Second (fraction of a minute)
Kela "apopo Tomorrow
Kepakemapa September
Ki Ti plant
Ki Image, carving
Ki`i Picture
Ki`ionioni Moving picture
Ko Sugar Cane
Koali Morning glory (plant)
Kohala Whale
Kokua Help
Komohana West
Kona Leeward, from the South
Ko`olau Windward, from the North
Kou A softwood tree
Ko`u My
Ku Deity
Ku`ai To purchase
Kukakuka Let"s speak story
Kukui Candlenut tree
Kula School Gold, golden
Kuleana Right, claim, property, interest
Kumu Teacher
Kumu nui Coconut tree
Kupulau Spring (season)
Kupuna Elder, ancestor
Kupuna kahiko Ancient
Kupuna kane Grandfather
Kupuna wahine Grandmother
La Day
La hanau Birthday
Lanai Porch, patio
Lani Heaven
La noa Weekday
Lanui Holiday, one-of-a-kind day
Lapule Sunday
Laulima To work-related together
Leka Letter
Lele To leap, fly, disembark, move
Lomi lomi Traditional Hawaiian massage
Lono Deity that agriculture, peace
Loulu Fan palm tree
Lua Hole through a bottom, crater
Lua `ole Unequalled, incomparable
Mahalo Thank you
Mahina Moon, month
Mahinahina Feminine-like
Ma`i Sick, ill
Mai To come
Mai kai Toward the ocean
Maika`i Good
Maika`i `ole Bad
Ma`ima`i Sickly, ill-like
Maka Eyes
Maka aniani Eye glasses
Makahiki Year
Makahiki Hou New Year
Makai Ocean-side
Makamaka Colleague
Makana Gift
Makani Wind
Make Dead
Makemake Miss, desire
Makua Parent
Makuahine Mother
Makua kane Father
Malaki March
Malama To care for, preserve
Malihini Visitor
Mana Spiritual power
Mana`o Thought, belief
Mano Shark
Maoli Real, true
Mau Many
Ma uka Toward the mountain
Mei May
Mele Chant, song
Menehune Mythological Hawaiian elf
Minuke Minute
Moa Chicken
Moana Ocean
Moe Rest
Moe moe Sleep
Moku Island
Momi Pearl
Mo`olelo History, tradition, journal
Na The (Plural)
Nai`a Dolphin
Nana Observe
Nani Beautiful
Naupaka A indigenous shrub with a white blossom that look favor half-flowers
Naupaka kahakai The seaside species that naupaka
Naupaka kuahiwi The mountain species of naupaka
Nene Goose
Ninau Question
Nowemapa November
Nui Big, large
Oe You (Singular)
`Ohana Family, relative
`Ohiki Sand crab
`Okakopa October
`Okina Glottal stop, punctuation: "`"
`Okole Butt
`Okolehao Liquor distilled indigenous the ti root
`Olelo Words, come speak
Oli Chant
Olohe Expert
`Olu `olu Please
Oni oni To relocate (i.e.; the hip)
Ono A large mackerel kind fish
`Ono Delicious
O`o The plot of ...
`O`opu akupa An endemic stream fish without fused pelvic fin; does no climb
`O`opu alamo`o An endemic native stream fish the climbs middle to top stream reaches
`O`opu nakea An endemic currently fish often uncovered in taro patches; likes warm water
`O`opu naniha An endemic currently fish that continues to be low in the estuary; has actually a fused pelvic fin; does no climb
`O`opu napili An endemic currently fish uncovered in fast-running water
`Opae Shrimp
`Opae ula A little endemic red shrimp
`Opala Trash
`Opihi Limpet
Oukou You (Plural)
`O wai Who
Pa To begin
Pali Cliff
Pane Answer
Paniolo Cowboy
Papa Mother earth
Pau Finished, complete, over, after
Pa`u A woman"s skirt worn horseback riding
Pea Avocado
Pehea How
Pepeluali February
Pilialo Wife
Pilikia Trouble
Pilikua Husband
Pinao Dragonfly
Po Night
Po- Time of
Po`aha Thursday
Po`akahi Monday
Po`akolu Wednesday
Po`alima Friday
Po`alua Tuesday
Po`aono Saturday
Pohaku Rock
Poho Out the luck, damaged, lost
Pokani Dark, star-less night
Pono Moral, upright, excellence, in balance
Popopo Rotten
Pua Flower
Pua`a Pig, pork
Pueo Owl
Puka Hole, perforation
Puka aniani Window
Pule Week. Additionally "prayer"
Pumehana Warmth, affection
Pu`u Protrusion, bulge, hill, peak
Ua Rain
`Uhane Spirit, ghost
`Uku Flea
`Ulu Breadfruit
Wa`a Canoe
Wahine Woman
Wakea Father sky
Wapine Lemon grass
Wauke Mulberry tree
Wiki Quick, fast