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  1. 1. ke poÿoman

          

  2. 29. hoÿokiÿekiÿedisrespectful

          

  3. kula haʻahaʻaelementary school

          

  4. 22. ÿO wau ÿo _______.other

          

  5. 77. nukuto scold

          

  6. 22. ke käneman

          

  7. 1. ma ÿaneÿihere

          

  8. kumuhanasubject

          

  9. 80. kamaÿiliobosom

          

  10. like ʻolecafeteria

          

  11. 2. hewawrong

          

  12. 12. hiamoeJune

          

  13. 35. panito close

          

  14. 9. Pepelualiback

          

  15. 29. ka halehouse

          

  16. 72. küÿai akuto sell

          

  17. 6. käuato help

          

  18. 79. paÿito return / to go back

          

  19. manawa hoʻomaharest time

          

  20. 6. ka ÿäÿïneck

          

  21. 7. hïmenito sing

          

  22. 82. hänau ÿiato carry

          

  23. 22. ke kaikuaÿanayounger sibling of same sex

          

  24. 20. hoÿomakato begin, start

          

  25. 13. hele mua ÿo iahe first goes

          

  26. 13. IuneJune

          

  27. 2. ka inoa muafirst name

          

  28. 24. ÿauÿauall

          

  29. i kēlā mea kēia mea...

          

  30. 48. kalaiwato drive

          

  31. 19. ke kamaikihip

          

  32. kalipaslipper

          

  33. 60. ka hale küÿaistore

          

  34. 7. ka umaumachest

          

  35. puhi pakato smoke cigarettes

          

  36. kumulāʻautree

          

  37. 1. pololeicorrect

          

  38. 11. alato wake up

          

  39. 2. heluhelushy

          

  40. 73. küÿai maito buy

          

  41. 6. walaÿauhair

          

  42. 21. nöquite, indeed

          

  43. 29. hoÿomauhappy

          

  44. 15. hana pauÿole ÿo iahe works all the time, non-stop

          

  45. 61. ka hale kiÿiÿoniÿonimovie theater

          

  46. 9. ka inoa kapakapafloor

          

  47. 3. ma laila, i lailathere (aforementioned)

          

  48. 33. hoÿopaÿanaÿauto memorize

          

  49. 27. ikiikito fetch, get

          

  50. ma hope ihoKO KALEI LĀ MUA MA KE KULA

          

  51. 17. ÿOkakopaOctober

          

  52. 30. hoÿopaunew

          

  53. pākaukau poepoewitch

          

  54. ka nahesasnake

          

  55. 43. holoito wash

          

  56. 31. ke kalakatruck

          

  57. 50. hoÿomaÿemaÿedisrespectful

          

  58. a pauI

          

  59. 81. hänauto see

          

  60. 47. kuketo graduate / to burst forth

          

  61. 5. heÿenaluto come

          

  62. a puniwitch

          

  63. 6. ka inoa Hawaiÿifull name

          

  64. 40. mälamato give birth

          

  65. i ka wā o nā mikionaliin the time of the missionaries

          

  66. 20. Makemake nui ÿo ia e ÿölelo Hawaiÿion the right, left

          

  67. mikionalipretty

          

  68. 27. a i ÿoleor

          

  69. kekahito throw away

          

  70. 62. häÿawito give birth

          

  71. 57. hoÿokani pilato practice

          

  72. 2. ma ÿö, i ÿöover there

          

  73. 40. ka peni mäkamarker

          

  74. 39. ka penikaladoor

          

  75. 4. ka Pöÿakolubosom

          

  76. 26. mehana / mahanawarm

          

  77. moenaif

          

  78. i kēlā me kēia ahiahieach and every evening

          

  79. 56. leleto count

          

  80. 32. ka pukadoor

          

  81. ma ʻōright, yeah?

          

  82. 76. ka haka kaushelf

          

  83. mea ʻai māmāsnack

          

  84. 22. haÿiÿöleloto make a speech

          

  85. kiloiappropriate

          

  86. time, period of time

          

  87. 1. ka inoachicken egg

          

  88. 8. ÿaito eat

          

  89. 78. hana ÿinotherefore, and so

          

  90. 41. kikikito cheat

          

  91. kaufilled with many holes, cracks, chips

          

  92. 4. ma ka ÿäkau / hemaneck

          

  93. ʻopiʻopiwhisker, beard, mustache

          

  94. 7. a pëlä aku, a pëlä wale akuetc.

          

  95. 26. ka ÿanakalauncle

          

  96. hoihoiinteresting

          

  97. 30. ÿoluÿoluto bathe / to swim

          

  98. waihoʻoluʻu like ʻoleimportant, significant

          

  99. 71. ke kapuahiflower

          

  100. hounew

          

  101. 12. hele mau ÿo iahe first goes

          

  102. 19. hana ÿo ia me ke kumu ÿolehe works well without the teacher

          

  103. 17. ÿeleuto cook

          

  104. 32. liÿiliÿismall

          

  105. 59. ka hale puleSunday

          

  106. 8. hilahilawrong

          

  107. 71. lawe maieye

          

  108. 10. ka pikoflower

          

  109. 20. ka pepeiaocounter

          

  110. hale ʻainakinds of, types of, sort of

          

  111. 63. kahakaibeach

          

  112. 19. ka ÿëlemuneck

          

  113. ʻeāhere, here it is

          

  114. 41. houto wake up

          

  115. 20. ka pëpëoven

          

  116. ʻē aʻeright, yeah?

          

  117. 37. ÿaÿalafragrant

          

  118. ka ʻumiʻumiwhisker, beard, mustache

          

  119. 67. ke kumu läÿaucousin

          

  120. 44. ka makahikito cheat

          

  121. ma ʻaneʻiright here

          

  122. 6. hauÿoliyou (2 people)

          

  123. 14. ke kïkalahip

          

  124. 24. poulito wash

          

  125. 10. MalakiMarch

          

  126. 53. ke kulaback

          

  127. maoli nōtruly, definitely

          

  128. papahelefloor

          

  129. 11. ka makuakäneparent

          

  130. 6. ka PöÿalimaMonday

          

  131. hoʻolohe ponoto learn

          

  132. 8. mäuawe / us (2 excl.)

          

  133. 45. hele maito come

          

  134. 56. ka lumi hoÿopau pilikiato play music

          

  135. 28. hana houto do again

          

  136. 34. hoÿopaÿa haÿawinato study

          

  137. 42. nohovery

          

  138. 69. kahato love

          

  139. 40. kahikoname

          

  140. 3. uÿibeautiful

          

  141. 32. aÿoto teach / to learn

          

  142. 27. unuhibig

          

  143. 18. ÿo ia mau nöhe / she / it

          

  144. 21. ÿO ______ këia.father

          

  145. aʻo akuto teach

          

  146. nā mea Hawaiʻiright here

          

  147. 21. kikokikosticky / humid

          

  148. 29. ka nohochair

          

  149. 57. ka hale waihona pukedormitory

          

  150. 19. ÿanokind of, sort of

          

  151. 52. ka hale noho haumänatheatre

          

  152. 23. ÿinokind of, sort of

          

  153. 72. ka mea ÿaigrass

          

  154. 12. ÿoluÿolupleasant, nice (emotion)

          

  155. sirialaline

          

  156. 12. ka makuahinemonth

          

  157. here, here it is

          

  158. Hō, ua pae ka waʻalunch

          

  159. 37. ka papahelepencil

          

  160. ʻimi naʻauaolearning, seek an education

          

  161. 51. hoÿomäkaukauto listen

          

  162. 15. kaumahasad

          

  163. ke koloakatherefore, and so

          

  164. 16. keleponato telephone

          

  165. 13. ke kupunagrandparent / ancestor

          

  166. lainatogether, also with

          

  167. 8. ka polichair

          

  168. 38. akamaito draw

          

  169. 46. hele wäwaeto telephone

          

  170. he mea ʻolename

          

  171. 2. ÿoeyou (1 person)

          

  172. 10. ka makuaback

          

  173. makemakikamath

          

  174. palapala ʻāinamap

          

  175. 5. ÿoukouto run

          

  176. ʻepekemato visit

          

  177. 25. welahot

          

  178. i ka wanaʻaoat early morning time

          

  179. 13. mäluhiluhitired

          

  180. 18. Nowemapatherefore, and so

          

  181. 3. ka makaeye

          

  182. 16. KepakemapaSeptember

          

  183. 23. holoÿokoÿaentire

          

  184. 14. ke kupuna känegrandfather

          

  185. 23. ke kaikainamother

          

  186. ināif

          

  187. 10. a lailathen

          

  188. 30. ke kaÿafrightened, afraid

          

  189. 68. ka luminose

          

  190. 25. a pauall

          

  191. 17. ma kahi ogood

          

  192. 44. honito chant

          

  193. 28. uarainy

          

  194. nunuiplural of nui, really big

          

  195. 18. ke kamaliÿichild

          

  196. 23. heluwrong

          

  197. 78. ka puke lina kolu3-ring binder

          

  198. aʻo maito learn

          

  199. 32. ka lolo uilatelephone

          

  200. 22. pölolihungry

          

  201. 15. ka ÿühäto stand

          

  202. i Hawaiʻi neito Hawaiʻi

          

  203. akuaway from

          

  204. 50. këia pötoday

          

  205. 3. ka Pöÿaluaoven

          

  206. ...he nuisulky, pouty

          

  207. MOʻOLELOKO KALEI LĀ MUA MA KE KULA

          

  208. 42. ka pönose

          

  209. 4. nanipretty

          

  210. 16. ka wäwaeoven

          

  211. 45. ka ÿalemanakatruck

          

  212. 75. häpaito carry

          

  213. hoa kulaschool mate

          

  214. 26. ÿë aÿeother

          

  215. 24. nïeledirty

          

  216. hoʻolauna pūto do again

          

  217. 5. ka Pöÿahästomach

          

  218. 54. kipato dance hula

          

  219. 14. maÿi /ÿömaÿimaÿichild

          

  220. pinepineto throw away

          

  221. 55. küto stand

          

  222. 20. loavery

          

  223. 34. koloheto open

          

  224. 28. ka hoa hänaucousin

          

  225. 4. ka ihuI

          

  226. Nā Huaʻōlelo Houto learn

          

  227. 76. namunamuto carry

          

  228. 12. Meiwrong

          

  229. 52. ÿauÿau kai / ÿauÿau waiolder sibling of same sex

          

  230. 4. ÿoluaenergetic, "lively"

          

  231. 18. käkauto raise, to feed

          

  232. 24. ke kaikuahinegrandparent / ancestor

          

  233. e like mejust like

          

  234. 23. ka wahinemonth

          

  235. 4. päÿanito play

          

  236. 3. ÿo iato eat

          

  237. 28. nuhasulky, pouty

          

  238. 75. ka papa kaucounter

          

  239. 5. ka wahamouth

          

  240. 14. hoÿito give

          

  241. 66. pekuto kick

          

  242. 15. holohot

          

  243. 7. ka PöÿaonoMonday

          

  244. 62. ka hale hana keakacalendar

          

  245. 70. ka ÿomaoven

          

  246. 60. olito chant

          

  247. Nā Mea Houto open

          

  248. 16. haÿaheoproud

          

  249. 1. hanapretty

          

  250. 12. ka limaarm / hand

          

  251. kūponowall

          

  252. ʻanowall

          

  253. 13. ka manamana limatoe

          

  254. 1. auI

          

  255. i ka wā ma muaa while ago, in the time before

          

  256. 16. ke kupuna kuakahigreat-grandparent

          

  257. 2. ka Pöÿakahidoor

          

  258. 6. e pili ana i / iäabout, concerning

          

  259. wai huaʻaifood

          

  260. 31. ka puka anianiwindow

          

  261. 64. ka päkanight

          

  262. 7. ka inoa HaoleHawaiian name

          

  263. 35. ka lekiödoor

          

  264. 13. inuto drink

          

  265. 36. weheto cry

          

  266. 49. pukapretty

          

  267. 19. hoÿoloheto listen

          

  268. 27. lepovery

          

  269. 30. ke päkaukautable

          

  270. 21. ka ÿälelothigh

          

  271. 53. ÿakaÿakagrouchy, irritable

          

  272. 15. ke kupunahinegrandmother

          

  273. manawa hoʻomaharest time, recess

          

  274. kapa moechicken egg

          

  275. 61. haÿito tell

          

  276. 33. ÿaÿakahe / she / it

          

  277. 68. noÿonoÿoto think

          

  278. 34. ke kïwïtv

          

  279. 11. maikaÿiapproximately (used with numbers, age, etc)

          

  280. ʻōlelo mailasaid

          

  281. 3. makemakefrightened, afraid

          

  282. 36. ke keleponato telephone

          

  283. 70. lawe akuto bring

          

  284. 4. ka inoa hopelast name

          

  285. 9. mäkouto help

          

  286. 9. ka ÿöpübuttock

          

  287. 66. ka mauÿugrass

          

  288. alato wake up

          

  289. MOʻOLELOMA KE KULA

          

  290. ma ka ʻaoʻao ʻākau oʻuon the right side of me

          

  291. pukapukato graduate / to burst forth

          

  292. nō hoʻias well, also, too

          

  293. 25. maka hiamoehouse

          

  294. a pēlā wale akunose

          

  295. 7. käkouto raise, to feed

          

  296. 14. Iulaischool mate

          

  297. 55. ke keÿenayounger sibling of same sex

          

  298. 39. puleto cry

          

  299. 65. alohato wake up

          

  300. pepa inoaname tag

          

  301. 1. ka Läpulebosom

          

  302. nui nā mea pāʻaniget choke toys

          

  303. 5. ikaikastrong

          

  304. eiahere, here it is

          

  305. 39. hüpöto see

          

  306. 74. ke kukuilight

          

  307. 26. ÿiketo see / to know

          

  308. 18. ke kualight

          

  309. 49. ka pö neilast night

          

  310. 2. ka lauohochair

          

  311. 58. hularainy

          

  312. 54. ka papaclass, grade

          

  313. paiaall, every

          

  314. 3. ka inoa waenamiddle name

          

  315. 11. ka poÿohiwishoulder

          

  316. 33. ke alanuistreet

          

  317. 25. kökuayou (2 people)

          

  318. i kekahi o nā kulain some of the schools

          

  319. 67. kiÿito fetch, get

          

  320. No ke aha mai?stove

          

  321. 10. helefloor

          

  322. 58. ka hale ÿainaoffice

          

  323. 29. makaniwindy

          

  324. 77. ka uakiparent

          

  325. 11. eiahere is, here are

          

  326. 24. like ÿolevarious

          

  327. 47. ka lä ÿapöpöpark

          

  328. i kēlā me kēia meaeach and every thing

          

  329. 27. ka ÿanakëclass, grade

          

  330. a i ʻoleto run

          

  331. 9. ma hope ihothen, next, afterwards

          

  332. 16. hana maika ÿo ia / hana ÿo ia me ka maikaÿihe works all the time, non-stop

          

  333. 59. hulahulato "boogie" dance

          

  334. he mea nuifood

          

  335. poʻepeople

          

  336. 69. ke alapiÿito fetch, get

          

  337. maʻamauregular, usual

          

  338. 30. hoÿokanoarrogant, conceited

          

  339. 11. ÿApelilato wake up

          

  340. e pili anahere, here it is

          

  341. i ke aumoeat midnight time

          

  342. 14. hele pinepine ÿo iahe often goes

          

  343. 18. hana ÿo ia me ke kumuto treat badly

          

  344. 8. ka inoa pihabelly button

          

  345. 31. nuibig

          

  346. hoʻoponoponoto correct, make right

          

  347. 23. mahaÿoirude

          

  348. koʻikoʻias well, also, too

          

  349. 9. löÿihito give

          

  350. 20. anuanucold

          

  351. 17. ke keikibelly button

          

  352. 21. ka moÿopunashoulder

          

  353. 8. no lailatherefore, and so

          

  354. ka heseto go

          

  355. 37. ÿöleloto speak / to say

          

  356. 26. käpulumessy

          

  357. 25. ke kaikunänecar

          

  358. hua moachicken egg

          

  359. 5. maoli nöreally, truly

          

  360. 22. mäliecloudy

          

  361. 46. këia lämessy

          

  362. 64. minoÿakato begin, start

          

  363. 17. nänäto work, do, make

          

  364. 15. ÿAukaketo see / to know

          

  365. 73. ka ÿainato buy

          

  366. 41. ka läback

          

  367. maiaway from

          

  368. 38. uëto cry

          

  369. 38. ka penibosom

          

  370. mea ʻaifood

          

  371. 74. hänaito raise, to feed

          

  372. 65. ka pä haleyou (1 person) and I

          

  373. 51. ka puaflower

          

  374. 35. huhüangry, mad

          

  375. 31. hoÿomaÿamaÿato practice

          

  376. 5. ka inoa ÿohanafamily name

          

  377. 10. pökolehungry

          

  378. 17. ka manamana wäwaefood

          

  379. 21. huÿihuÿifreezing

          

  380. ʻaina awakealunch

          

  381. paʻa mai i ka limahold hands

          

  382. 8. IanualiJanuary

          

  383. 36. makaÿufrightened, afraid

          

  384. 48. nehineiyesterday

          

  385. 43. ka mahinameal

          

  386. 7. moloälazy

          

  387. 19. Këkëmapaleg / foot