Dictionary

 

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  • Greetings! Hello!  ↔ Aloha!
  • Halloo! ↔ Hui!
  • Come in! ↔ E komo mai!
  • Good Morning ↔ Aloha Kakahiaka
  • Good Afternoon (midday) ↔ Aloha Awakea
  • Good Afternoon ↔ Aloha ‘Auinalà
  • Good Evening/Night ↔ Aloha Ahiahi
  • Please ↔ Ke’olu’olu
  • Thank You ↔ Mahalo
  • Thank You very much ↔ Mahalo Nui Loa
  • You´re welcome / No problem ↔ ‘A’ole’ pilikia
  • Excuse me / I´m sorry ↔ E kala mai ia’u
  • Yes ↔ ‘ae
  • No ↔ ‘a’ole
  • How are you? ↔ Pehea ‘oe?
  • Fine,thank you. ↔ Maika’i,mahalo.
  • What is your name? ↔ ‘O wai kou inoa?
  • My name is … ↔ ‘O … ko’u inoa.
  • Where are you from? ↔ No hea mai ‘oe?
  • I am from … ↔ No … wau.
  • Happy Birthday ↔ Hau’oli La Hanau
  • Happy New Year ↔ Hau’oli Makahiki Hou
  • Happy Anniversary ↔ Hau’oli Piha Makahiki
  • Merry Christmas ↔ Mele Kalikimaka
  • See you later ↔ A hui hou
  • Sleep well! ↔ E hiamoe maika’i!
  • Family ↔ ‘Ohana
  • Friend ↔ Hoaloha
  • Companion ↔ Hoa
  • Sweetheart ↔ Ipo
  • Woman / Wife ↔ Wahine
  • Man / Husband ↔ Kane
  • Parent ↔ Makua
  • Mother ↔ Makuahine
  • Father ↔ Makukane
  • Child ↔ Keiki / Kama
  • Son ↔ Keikikane
  • Daughter ↔ Keikimahine
  • Baby ↔ Pepe
  • Elder / Ancestor / Grandparent ↔ Kupuna
  • Grandmother ↔ Kupunawahine
  • Grandfather ↔ Kupunakane
  • Grandchild ↔ Mo’opuna
  • Adopted one ↔ Hanai
  • Cousin ↔ Hoahanau
  • Aunt ↔ ‘Anake
  • Uncle ↔ ‘Anakala
  • Native ↔ ‘Oiwi
  • Native-born ↔ Kama’aina
  • Native speaker ↔ Manaleo
  • Newcomer ↔ Malihini
  • Caucasian ↔ Haole
  • Monday ↔ Po’akahi
  • Tuesday ↔ Po’alua
  • Wednesday ↔ Po’akolu
  • Thursday ↔ Po’aha
  • Friday ↔ Po’alima
  • Saturday ↔ Po’aha
  • Sunday ↔ Lapule
  • Yesterday ↔ Nehinei
  • Today ↔ Keia La
  • Tomorrow ↔ La ‘Apopo
  • Morning ↔ Kakahiaka
  • Noon ↔ Awakea
  • Afternoon ↔ ‘Auinala
  • Evening ↔ Ahiahi
  • Night ↔ Po
  • Day ↔ La
  • Week ↔ Pule
  • Month ↔ Mahina
  • Year ↔ Makahiki
  • January ↔ Ianuali
  • February ↔ Pepeluali
  • March ↔ Malaki
  • April ↔ ‘Apelila
  • May ↔ Mei
  • June ↔ Iune
  • July ↔ Iulai
  • August ↔’Aukake
  • September ↔ Kepakemapa
  • October ↔ ‘Okakopa
  • November ↔ Nowemapa
  • December ↔ Kekemapa
  • What time is it? ↔ ‘O ka hola ‘ehia keia?
  • On time ↔ I ka hola kupono
  • Late ↔ Lohi
  • Minute ↔ Minuke
  • Hour ↔ Hola
  • Start ↔ Ho’omaka
  • Finish ↔ Pau
  • Quick ↔ Wikiwiki
  • Work´s done! ↔ Pau hana!
  • When? (future) ↔ Ahea?
  • When? (past) ↔ Inahea?
  • Time ↔ Ka Manawa
  • Food / to eat ↔ ‘Ai
  • Breakfast ↔ ‘Aina kakahiaka
  • Lunch ↔ ‘Aina awakea
  • Dinner ↔ ‘Aina Ahiahi
  • House / Building ↔ Hale
  • Restaurant ↔ Hale ‘aina
  • Water ↔ Wai
  • Coffee ↔ Kope
  • Tea ↔ Ki
  • Hungry ↔ Pololi
  • Thirsty ↔ Makewai
  • Appetizers ↔ Pupu
  • Beef ↔ Pipi
  • Chicken ↔ Moa
  • Fish ↔ I’a
  • Vegetables ↔ Lau’ai
  • Pounded taro root ↔ Poi
  • Bread ↔ Palaoa
  • Rice ↔ Lailki
  • Soup ↔ Kupa
  • Fruit ↔ Hua’ai
  • Dessert ↔ Monamona
  • Pepper ↔ Pepa
  • Salt ↔ Pa’akai
  • Chair ↔ Noho
  • Table ↔ Pakaukau
  • Plate ↔ Pa
  • Bowl ↔ Pola
  • Cup / Glass ↔ Ki’aha
  • Knife ↔ Pahi
  • Fork ↔ ‘O
  • Spoon ↔ Puna
  • Chopsticks ↔ La’au’ai
  • Let´s eat! ↔ E pa’ina kakou!
  • Good ↔ Maika’i
  • Bad ↔ Maika’i ‘ole
  • More ↔ Mea hou
  • Enough ↔ Lawa
  • Satisfied / Full ↔ Ma’ona
  • Delicious ↔ ‘Ono
  • Just For You ↔ Nau wale no
  • I Love You ↔ Aloha Au Ia ‘Oe
  • Deep Love ↔ Kipona Aloha
  • Forever ↔ Mau Loa
  • From this day, from this night, forever more ↔ No Keia La, No Keia Po, A Mau Loa
  • Take care ↔ Malama pono
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