Set for the book, "Learn Hawaiian at Home," by Kahikāhealani Wight. ISBN-10: 1573062456 ISBN-13: 978-1573062459 Nouns should have an orange background. Adjectives should have a green background.

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  • ka lawai'a

    fisherman

    ka i'a

    fish

    ka mahi'ai

    farmer

    ka māla

    garden

    ka makuakāne

    father

    ka makuahine

    mother

    ka pua

    flower

    ke lei

    garland

    ke kumulā'au

    tree

    ka meakanu

    plant

    ke kalo

    taro

    ka mai'a

    banana

    ka hana

    job, activity

    ka pā'ani

    game

    ka hula

    dance

    ke alaka'i

    leader

    ke mele

    song

    ka 'uhane

    spirit

    lepo

    dirty

    ma'ema'e

    clean

    pōloli

    hungry

    mā'ona

    full of food, satiated

    makewai

    thirsty

    kena

    not thirsty, quenched

    mōhala

    open (flower)

    mae

    wilted (flower)

    lawa

    enough

    mākaukau

    prepared, ready

    'ono

    delicious

    hāmama

    opened

    pa'a

    closed

    nīele

    nosy, inquisitive

    hemahema

    awkward, unskilled

    no'eau

    clear, skilled

    hewa

    wrong

    pololei

    correct

    E ke kāne.

    Hey sir, gentleman.

    E ka wahine.

    Hey lady.

    Auē.

    Woe! Wow! Too bad!

    E kala mai.

    Excuse me; I'm sorry.

    E 'olu'olu.

    Please.

    Mahalo.

    Thank you.

    'A 'ole pilikia.

    No trouble/problem (You're welcome.)

    "O wai kou inoa?

    What's your name?

    'O Kawika ko'u inoa.

    David is my name.

    'O wai kona inoa?

    What's his name?

    'O Kealoha kona inoa.

    Kealoha is his name.

    'O wai 'o ia?

    Who is she?

    'O nohea 'o ia.

    She is Nohea.

    'O wai kēlā ali'i hanohano?

    Who is that distinguished chief?

    'O Kauikeaouli kēlā hanohano.

    That distinguished chief is Kauikeaouli.

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