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    Re: Big Island; politically incorrect term?

    The term Hawaiʻi is present throughout Polynesia in slightly different forms corresponding to the respective sound changes that evolved in each language following their split from Proto-Polynesian....
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    Re: A Hawaiian Language Thread?

    Aloha mai kaua, e Kalalau.

    Mahalo ia oe no ka hoomaka ana i keia kukai kamailio ana ma ka olelo makuahine. Aohe paha e nui na mea e komo pu ana i ke kukai olelo. He mau kanaka olelo Hawaii helu...
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    Re: A Hawaiian Language Thread?

    Captain Cook and his recorders were not fluent in Hawaiian. Moreover, at the time, there was no written language, so the alphabet inventories would differ from recorder to recorder. What you would...
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    Re: [UH Warrior] This is Haka, err Ha'a Nation

    This brings to mind something I find quite interesting. A couple of weeks ago, I was reading Kauakukalahale, http://starbulletin.com/2007/09/02/news/kauakukalahale.html, and it said that in a recent...
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    Re: Proper way to type the 'okina?

    http://www.olelo.hawaii.edu/enehana/

    Like quite a few people have already mentioned, the above is a good resource for Hawaiian fonts. Now, I've upgraded to Windows Vista, though, so I'm not sure...
  6. Re: Hawaiian language project at unilang.org

    I originally started working on the Hawaiian language articles on the Wiki at Unilang over a year ago in an attempt to improve what had already been written there. For example, when I first got...
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    Re: Hawaiian grammar discussions

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    In order to show that what is possessed is plural, the plural marker mau is placed directly after the possessor. (Note that when some words are made plural, the third to the last...
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    Re: Hawaiian grammar discussions

    Aloha kāua e Akrauth,

    I understand how you feel. I, too, am a firm believer that the Hawaiian language should be taken seriously by those who want to use it. :) Sometimes, if I come across...
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    Re: Hawaiian grammar discussions

    Instead of making a new Hawaiian language related thread for this, I decided to save the board some space and place this here. It's just for fun, of course :D.

    I was just browsing around on the...
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    Re: Teacher's New Contract

    Indeed. Rights are outdated. :p
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    Re: Princess Ka'iulani film

    This is only to be expected. Many Japanese had issues with a chinese actress playing a Geisha, while many Americans may not have known the difference.
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    Re: Translation Help

    Because you have wound Lili'uokalani's name, the goddess Pele's name, and Mary Kawena Puku'is last name into the names of a squad and its characters into your comic book, and because you are now...
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    Re: Translation Help

    It would be A-class as well.
    Why did you go with mamo instead of keiki? Now it means "descendants of Lili'u." Are you claiming the students to be direct descendants of Hawaiian royalty? Not a good...
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    Re: Translation Help

    Oh, yes. This is interesting. The name of the albulm is Nā Keiki o Kamehameha. Perhaps the O-class possessive is used here because the possessor is an inanimate organization. However, there is also a...
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    Re: Translation Help

    This is an interesting discussion. However, with the exception of a possessor being a place, I have seldom seen keiki used with an O-class possessive. A search through the Hawaiian language newspaper...
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    Aloha Niihau

    A new book has been published, Aloha Niihau, which is the fruit of the combined effort of three native Hawaiian speakers from Ni'ihau: Emalia Niau Licayan, Virginia Kananiokaleohoomana Nizo, and...
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    Re: Hawaiian grammar discussions

    'A'ole ho'ohaiki 'ia ka ninau a me ke kuka 'ana ma 'ane'i no ka po'e o ho'okahi wale no 'ano a kulana paha, aka, he noa ia i ka po'e a pau. Ina no na'e 'a'ohe ou mana'o kukulu e ho'okomo mai ai i...
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    Hawaiian grammar discussions

    Anyone here study Hawaiian language and have any topics they'd like to discuss.
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    Re: 'Auhea 'oukou e na 'olelo Hawai'i e.

    I'm back. :) I'll translate my post later when I get home, unless someone else beats me to translating it first.

    Ua ‘ane‘ane e hala ‘elua mau mahina mai ko‘u ‘ōmau hope loa ‘ana ma ‘ane‘i i kēlā...
  20. Poll: Re: What Island do you live on...this includes people on the Mainland!

    I live on O'ahu :p . And, actually, I've only left this island twice in my life. The first time I went to a family reunion on Maui, and another time I went to California to visit my uncle.
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    Re: Being Black in Hawaii...

    On forums and in chatrooms, the same thing happens to me - people may mistake me for female, especially since I tend to adopt the more 'pretty' Hawaiian usernames, and since the subject of gender...
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    Re: Hapa haole pride takes hold on Mainland

    You're reading too much into what I wrote. Mahi Waina merely made a reference to the American south, asking if anyone remembered the "Octaroon Ball," and I replied with a 'nope,' so Mahi Waina...
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    Re: cultural thing...

    This may be off topic, but how did you string those nouns together so cleverly? The dog was a nice touch. If you said a fish or a bird or a cat, or something like that, it wouldn't have worked as...
  24. Re: Hawaiian language project at unilang.org

    It can be awkward to work through Hawaiian grammar in English if the grammar was initially learned through Hawaiian, as Hawaiian has its own grammatical terms. I'm familiar with some of the basic...
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    For the sake of not contaminating the project, my own data that I have collected over the past year has not been entered into the wiki; instead, I merely introduce patterns and notes on patterns that...
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