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The meaning of “ʻīlioholoikauaua” (ʻīlio-holo-i-ka-uaua) in my opinion is like “dog in a wetsuit”. Let me explain.
A plea to help save two elders who need our support: Pepeke ʻAike He and Pepeke ʻAike ʻO. They are suffering from the onslaught of English sentence pattern construction and thinking. Here’s what we can do to help.
A short outline history of Hawaiian Pidgin English (Hawaiian Creole English)
Learn how to use mele kalikimaka and hauoli makahiki hou in Hawaiian for Christmas and New Years greetings.
What is 20 in Hawaiian? Where did the Hawaiian term “iwakālua” (meaning “20 / twenty”) come from? Read this item to learn more about this word.