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How to find a Hawaiian name in English?
We’ve translated some of the most popular Hawaiian names into English for you. Name not here? Email us and we’ll translate for you!
What are some Hawaiian words that mean something?
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
What do they say at the airport in Hawaii?
At the airport, someone will say Aloha (hello) to you, then, you will hop on a wikiwiki (quick) bus to get to the main terminal where you may purchase a lei (flower garland). One way to better experience this rich culture, and to keep the “Aloha Spirit” alive, is by learning some of the language.
Is there a way to translate English to Hawaiian?
English to Hawaiian Translation Service can translate from English to Hawaiian language. Additionally, it can also translate English into over 100 other languages Decided to travel the world? You would definitely need the ability to communicate in foreign languages to understand the mind and context of that other culture.
Which is the most common greeting in Hawaii?
Aloha – Hello Okay, so this is one of the easiest Hawaiian phrases to remember. This tropical greeting is known around the world, but its literal meaning is ‘love’. In Hawaii, Aloha means more than ‘hello’; it expresses wishes for a positive and respectful life.
What do you say to someone in Hawaii?
In Hawaii, Aloha means more than ‘hello’; it expresses wishes for a positive and respectful life. Use Aloha kakahiaka to say, ‘good morning’, Aloha ‘auinalā for ‘good afternoon’ and Aloha ahiahi for ‘good evening’. 2. Mahalo – Thank you.
What’s the most important word to learn in Hawaii?
Waina – Wine Always an important word to learn in any language, the Hawaiian word for wine is easy enough to remember. Due to the volcanic soil and mountains, Hawaii produces a number of fruity wines to try. 9. A ‘o ia! – There you have it!