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Adopt Hanai
Affection Pumehana
Afternoon Auinala
And Ame
Answer Pane
Apprentice Kako`o
April `Apelila
August `Aukake
Aunt `Anake
Autumn Ha`ule lau
Avocado Pea
Away native me (directional) Aku
Bad Maika`i`ole
Beach Kahakai
Beautiful Nani
Begin Pa
Big, large Nui
Birth Hanau
Birthday La hanau
Bone(s) Iwi
Breadfruit `Ulu
Brother Kaikua`ana
Canoe Wa`a
Candlenut tree Kukui
Celebration Ho`olaule`a
Chant, song Mele, oli
Chicken Moa
Chief Ali`i
Child Keiki
Cliff Pali
Coconut tree Kumu nui
Colleague Makamaka
Come Hele mai
Cousin Hoahanau
Cowboy Paniolo
Dance Hula
Daughter Kaikamahine
Day La
Dead Make
December Kekemapa
Deity Ku
Delicious `Ono
Desire Makemake
Dog `Ilio
Dolphin Nai`a
Duck Kaka
Earth Papa
East Hikina
Eat Ai
Effeminate Mahinahina
Elder Kupuna
Evening Ahiahi
Excellence Pono
Expert Olohe
Eye glasses Maka aniani
Eyes Maka
Family `Ohana
Father Makua kane
February Pepeluali
Finished Pau
Fire Ahi
Fish (noun) I`a
Flea `Uku
Flower Pua
Food Kaukau
Friday Po`alima
Friend Hoaloha
Gift Makana
Glass Aniani
Go Hele aku
God Ke Akua
Gold, golden Kula
Good Maika`i
Goose Nene
Grandfather, grandmother Kupuna kane, kupuna wahine
Happy Hau`oli
Heaven Lani
Help Kokua
Hibiscus Aloalo
Hill Pu`u
Hole (with a bottom, crater) Lua
Hole (without a bottom, perforation) Puka
Holiday Lanui
Hospitality Ho`okipa
Hour Hola
House Hale
How Pehea
Humbleness Ha`aha`a
Husband Pilikua
I Au
Image, carving Ki
Infant Kamaiki
Inland Mau ka
Island Moku
January Ianuali
June Iune
July Iulai
Land the feeds `Aina
Land the is worthless Aokuewa
Lesson Ha`awina
Letter Leka
Leeward Kona
Listen Ho`olohe
Lover Ipo
Macron Kahako
Man Kane
Many Mau
March (month) Malaki
Marlin A`u
May (month) Mei
Midnight Aumoe
Minute Minuke
Monday Po`akahi
Month Mahina
Moon Mahina
Moral Pono
Morning Kakahiaka
Mother Makuahine
Mulberry tree Wauke
My Ko`u
Name Inoa
Night Po
No `A`ole
Noon Awakea
North Akau
November Nowemapa
Number Helu
Observe Nana
Ocean Kai, moana
Ocean-side Ma kai
Octopus He`e
October `Okakopa
Organization Hui
Owl Pueo
Pandanus tree Hala
Parent Makua
Picture Ki`i
Pig Pua`a
Pineapple Hala-kahiki
Please `Olu`olu, E `olu`olu `oe
Porch, patio Lanai
Prayer Pule
Pregnant Hapai
Preserve (to preserve, treatment for) Malama
Problems Pilikia
Purchase Ku`ai
Question Ninau
Quick, fast Wiki
Rain Ua
Rat `Iole
Real, true Maoli
Relative `Ohana
Rest Moe
Rock Pohaku
Royalty Ali`i
Saturday Po`aono
School Halau, kula
Second (fraction of a minute) Kekona
September Kepakemapa
Shark Mano
Shrimp `Opae
Sick Ma`i
Silence Mu
Sing Himeni
Sister Kaikuahine
Sky Wakea
Sleep Moe moe
Smart Akamai
Son Keiki kane
South Hema
Speak `Olelo
Spring (season) Kupulau
Stream Kahawai
Sugar cane Ko
Summer Kau wela
Sunday Lapule
Swordfish A`u
Taro Kalo
Teacher Kumu
Thank you Mahalo
The (Plural) Na
The (Singular) Ka
There Aia
Thursday Po`aha
Today Keia la
Tomorrow Kela "apopo
Trouble Pilikia
Tuesday Po`alua
Turtle Honu
Uncle `Anakala
Visitor Malihini
Warrior Kekoa
Wednesday Po`akolu
Week Hepekoma, pule
Weekday La noa
West Komohana
Whale Kohola
Where? Aia i hea?
Who `O wai
Wife Pilialo
Wind Makani
Window Puka aniani
Windward Ko`olau
Winter Ho`oilo
Woman Wahine
Work Hana
Year Makahiki
Yes `Ae
Yesterday I nehinei
You (Plural) Oukou
You (Singular) Oe
Your Kou

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