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[edit] Hawaiian uses the Latin alphabet, just like English. However, it only uses the letters a, e, i, o, u, h, k, l, m, n, p, w. The five vowels (a, e, i, o, u) use macrons, which are lines written over the letter to make the sound longer (ā, ē, ī, ō, ū). There's also the ʻokina, which looks like this: ʻ. How many people speak this language? There are about 200 native speakers of Hawaiian.

Where is this language spoken? Hawaiian is mainly spoken in Hawai'i. What is the history of this language? Hawaiian has been spoken in Hawaii since 1000 A.D. Who are some famous authors or poets in this language? What are some basic words in this language that I can learn? Ke kai - the seaka moana - the oceanke kupuna - the grandparent/ancestorka mele - the song What is a simple song/poem/story that I can learn in this language?

ʻEkolu Mea Nui[edit] References[edit] Nā Puke Wehewehe ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi. ʻO koʻu kaikunāne, ka lawaiʻa vocab flashcards. Hawaiian Dictionary. English to Hawaiian Translation. Hawaiian Pronounce - Learn about Hawaii - Hawaii Attractions. Nā Puke Wehewehe ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi. HAWAIIAN WORDS; HAWAIIAN TO ENGLISH. Presents Hawaiian. Verbs In Hawaiian, the base verb is used with various particle to show voice, mood and tense.

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Go here to see the complete conjugation of an Hawaiian verb.There should be no irregular verbs. Verb ParticlesIn the section below, ~ is where the verb is placed in relation to the particle. ua ~ = shows completed action, state of being or newly arrived at state. e ~ ana = incomplete action (was doing, am doing, will do) ke ~ nei = present continuing action e ~ = imperative mai ~ = negative imperative The following directionals are sometimes added after the verb. E hanai aku = feed (them over there)e hanai mai = feed (them over here)e hanai iho = feed (them by you) Indefinite "is" sentences. He kane au. Basic/habitual Lele au. To negate basic sentences, add aole and, if there is a papani (pronoun), move it so that it follows aole. Aole au lele. To negate present-tense sentences, add aole, move the papani (if applicable), and change the ke to e. Aole oia e kakua nei i ka hale kaai. Past (ua) HAWAIIAN EXPRESSIONS. Useful Hawaiian phrases.

A collection of useful phrases in Hawaiian with recordings for most of them.

Useful Hawaiian phrases

Click on the English phrases to see them in many other languages. Guide to abbreviations: inf = informal, frm = formal, sg = singular (to one person), dl = dual (to two people), pl = plural (to three or more people). Recordings by Naea Stevens Download the audio files (Zip format, 573K) If you would like to make any corrections or additions to this page, or if you can provide recordings, please contact me. Common Hawaiian Words and Phrases. Français-Hawaïen Dictionnaire, Glosbe. Bienvenue dans le Dictionnaire français-hawaïen.

Français-Hawaïen Dictionnaire, Glosbe

Veuillez écrire le mot ou l’expression que vous cherchez dans la zone de texte située à gauche. ajouter une traduction Glosbe accueil des milliers de dictionnaires. Nous fournissons non seulement une sorte de dictionnaire français - hawaïen, mais tous les dictionnaires pour les paires de langues existantes sont aussi disponibles en ligne et gratuitement. Pour consulter ceux-ci : allez sur notre page daccueil pour choisir parmi les langues disponibles. Mémoire de traduction Les dictionnaires Glosbe sont uniques. Statistiques Il y a actuellement 1 360 phrases traduites. Collaboration Aidez-nous à créer le plus grand dictionnaire français-hawaïen en ligne.

Vous devez comprendre, que Glosbe ne stocke pas juste la traduction des mots, mais plutôt lidée de ce que signifie le mot.En ajoutant de nouvelles traduction vous participez donc à enrichir la définition et la compréhension de lusage du mot. Popular Hawaiian Words & Phrases. Popular Hawaiian Words and Phrases! The 5 vowels a,e,i,o and u as well as the 7 consonants h,k,l,m,n,p, and w make up the entire Hawaiian alphabet. In the Hawaiian language a consonant is always followed by a vowel which also means all Hawaiian words end in a vowel.

Names and words are more easily pronounced when they are broken down into single syllable chunks. Take the name of In the Hawaiian language a symbol directly over a vowel called a kahakô indicates that the vowel sound is to be elongated. Below is a sample of popular Hawaiian phrases and words.