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Glossary

Aloha

Alohalani - aloha-love, lani-heaven (heavenly love)
Lei - garland or wreath
Aloha, a hui hou- goodbye, see you later
Mo'olelo - story
Pua- flower
Mo'o - lizard, gecko
Hale - house
Wai- water
Li'i - little
Hana- activity
'Ekahi - one
'Elua - two
Ki'i - picture
'Ekolu - three

'Ohana

Kekoa - the warrior
Kahakai - seashore
Hau'oli- happy
Ha'awina - lesson
Pupuka - ugly
Haloa - long breath (of life),
Ha - breathe
Ioa - long
Uwe - cry
Kalo - taro plant
Luau - taro leaf
Poi - cooked and mashed taro bulb
Kanaka maoli - true native

Ike

'ohana - family
makana - gift
mo'olelo - story
lei - flower necklace
a hui hou - see you later
makua- parents
'ekahi - one
hale - house, home
'makuahine - mother
hau'oli - happy
kumu kula - school teacher
hana - activity/work
kuleana- responsibility
'elua - two
pa'ina - party
makuankane- father
ki'i - picture
kokua - help
hana hou- more activity/work
'ike - recognition, positive or negative
'ekolu - three

Kuleana

kuleana - responsibility
hana - work
papa he‘e nalu: surfboard
hau‘oli - happy
mo‘olelo - story
pau - finish
holoholona - animals
uala - sweet potato
kahakai - beach
nalu - wave
kaumaha - sad
ilio - dog
lole - clothes
hale - house

Kokua

Kokua - help
Ke kai - the sea
Keoki - George
Wa'a - canoe
Kai - sea
Heihei - race
Mo'olelo - story
Keikikane - boy
'Umi - ten
Hui wa'a - canoe club
Makuahine - mother
Kahawai - river
'Elima - five
Laulima - working together
Maka'u - afraid
Nui - many
Kahakai - beach
Ikaika - strong
'Uhane - spirit
Hana - activity
'Ekahi - one
'Ohana - family
'Elua - two
Ki'i - picture
'Ekolu - three
'Eha - four

Laulima

laulima - working together
mo'olelo – story
Wailua - a district on the island of Kaua'i
'ohana – family
Kepola – Deborah
lei – garland
ilima - a delicate, yellow-orange flower
kokua – help
kulana kauhale - village
Kaua'i - an island in Hawai'i
ali'i - royalty
ali'iwahine - chiefess
Alohanani - pretty love
pua - flower
akamai - smart
pupu - shell

Ho'oponopono

Ho'oponopono - to solve problems between two or more people, to solve problems within relationships
Hukihuki - tug-of-war
La'i - ti leaf
hui - an organization
ke'oke'o - white
makaukau - ready?
'ae - yes
Makahiki - ancient Hawaiian festival. Beginning about the middle of October and lasting about four months with sports and religious festivities and restrictions on war.
haumana - student
polu - blue
Na Keikikane O Ke Kai - Boys of the sea
Na Kaikamahine O Ke Kai - Girls of the sea
Kahea - to call
mo'olelo - story

Malama

Malama - to take care of
Aloha- hello
Kakou - we (all)
Kaulana - famous, renowned
Tutu Kane - grandfather
Mahi'ai - farmer
Hanalei - crescent bay (a bay that is shaped like a wreath)
'Auwai - ditch
Pohaku - stones
Wai - fresh water
Lo'i kalo- taro patch
Mai'a - banana
Ko - sugar cane
Kino - body
Ki'i - picture
Hale - house
Tutu Wahine - grandmother
'Aina awakea - lunch
Liliko'i - passion fruit
Wela- hot
Moa - chicken
Kaka- duck
'Aina ahiahi- dinner
'Ohana - family
Kokua - help
Ka - the
'Aina - land
A hui hou - see you later
Makuakane - father
Mahalo - Thank you