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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  • ke kinai ahi

    firefighter

    ke kauka

    doctor

    ka haukapila

    hospital

    ke keikikāne

    son, boy

    ke kaikamahine

    daughter, girl

    ke kino

    body

    ka pu'uwai

    heart

    ke po'o

    head

    ka maka

    eye, face

    ka lima

    hand, arm

    ka wāwae

    foot, leg

    ke kua

    back

    ka waha

    mouth

    ka ōpū

    stomach

    ka lole

    clothes

    ka pāpale

    hat

    ke kāma'a

    shoe

    ka makaaniani

    eyeglasses

    ka uaki

    watch, clock

    waiwai

    vaulable, wealthy

    'ilihune

    poor

    hilahila

    embarrassed, ashamed

    ha'aheo

    proud

    pono

    righteous

    kūpono

    appropriate, proper

    u'i

    beautiful (people)

    pa'akiki

    difficult, hard

    ma'alahi

    easy

    pipi'i

    expensive

    'eleu

    lively

    moloā

    lazy

    kolohe

    mischievous

    kāpulu

    messy

    ha'aha'a

    low, humble

    ki'eki'e

    high up, tall

    He aha kēia?

    What's this?

    He pua kēia.

    This is a flower.

    He pua 'a'ala kēlā?

    Is that a fragrant flower?

    'Ae. He pua 'a'ala kēlā.

    Yes, that is a fragrant flower.

    He 'ohana lākou?

    Are they a family?

    'A'ole. He hālau hula lākou.

    No. They are a hula troupe.

    He kinai ahi pono 'o Keahi?

    Is Keahi a righteous fireman?

    'Ae. He kinai ahi pono 'o ia.

    Yes, he is a righteous fireman.

    He Hawai'i ha'aheo au.

    I am a proud Hawaiian.

    Maopopo iā 'oe?

    Do you understand?

    'Ae, maopopo ia'u.

    Yes, I understand.

    'A'ole maopopop ia'u.

    I don't understand.

    'ele'ele

    black

    'ula'ula

    red

    melemele

    yellow

    uliuli

    blue

    'ākala

    pink

    ke'oke'o

    white

    'alani

    orange

    'ōma'oma'o

    green

    poni

    purple

    hinahina

    grey

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