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Na Papa Olelo Makuahine o Hawaii Nei

A group for Hawaiian-language students

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he nane hou 5 Replies

Started by ʻOhukaniʻōhiʻa. Last reply by Sufferahsmusic Media Prod Jun 20, 2010.

Translation Needed 1 Reply

Started by Jerry Foley. Last reply by Sufferahsmusic Media Prod Jun 20, 2010.

haumana olelo hawaii 2 Replies

Started by MAKUAKANE. Last reply by Sufferahsmusic Media Prod Jun 20, 2010.

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Comment by Ah Mui on December 14, 2011 at 8:54am

Aloha mai no kakou!

Comment by Bronson Keali'i Kalipi on February 18, 2011 at 11:20pm

This is not a joke nor some bullshit story I'm telling you on here.  This is something that just happened to me while driving home at 7:00pm from my parents home to town where I live on Molokai.  There was a road block and I'm going to tell you exactly what had happened to me when I got pulled over.

 

Policeman:  Where's your papers for your car?

 

The papers was on my passenger seat when the policeman asked the question.  My car is totally illegal.

 

Me:  Um, I don't have the papers for my car.

 

Policeman:  With a smile on his face telling me awww, you don't have any of your papers for this car.

 

Me: yes I don't, can I tell you something officer?

 

Policeman:  Sure with a smile on his face.

 

Me:  I belong to the Kingdom of Hawaii, I'm from the Lawful Hawaiian Government and the Prime Minister for this Government is Henry Noa.

 

With out letting me finnished with the rest I wanted him to know, he took two huge steps back saying at the same time WOOOW.

 

Me:  Oh, is something wrong?

 

Without telling me anything else he changed the subject by saying.

 

Policeman:  You going get your papers hah?

 

Me: yeah I'm going to.

 

Now make a note of this that I still need to get my Plates, driver I.D. and my Gov. I.D. so under the human rights I can practice my right to travel.  Then he asked me.

 

Policeman:  Whats your name?

 

Me:  Duke Kalipi

 

Policeman:  Don't you have a cousin that live in Maunaloa?

 

Me:  Yes

 

By using that as an excuse, he let me go and I mean he wanted me to leave right away so he won't have to deal with being serve from our Government the Human Rights Violations.  He gave me a big wave to let me know that I needed to move quickly so the next car could come right in.

 

 

You see people, they doing this as a way to make more money for the police force and for the Government.  Henry has the puka and we need to use this as a tool for getting what we want and thats Independence.  IMUA Lawful Hawaiian Government and it's Nationals.

 

Comment by aliitoa on January 30, 2011 at 11:41am

huuiiii eia nei, 'ano'ai takou, e na tini, na mamo o ta aina aloha. nui ta'u lokihi e nana i teia vahi.. nenea tuu naau. he holomoana i ta vaa olelo

a hiti no, a hui hou atu,te aloha no

Comment by ~*manaoio&kaleolani*~ on October 14, 2010 at 11:32am
Aloha mai no kakou.... He loihi no a aole i kipa mai i keao maoli. Paha he haawi aloha wale no ia oukou apau mai ka mokupuni a keawe a i ka mole o lehua. Aloha no i na ohana niihau ma ka aina e pu kekahi..... aloha malama pono iesu pu me oukou a pau......
Comment by ʻŪlōlohi on September 20, 2010 at 3:04am
Haaheo no au i ka ike ana he nui no ka poe o kakou e imi like aku nei i ke o loa o ka kakou olelo makamae. E ola ka olelo Hawaii.
Comment by Ka'auikekailoa Pulupēikamele on February 15, 2010 at 3:26am
Aloha e Nuihaku. Look up ō.pū

1. n. Clump, as of sugar cane, bananas, kava; cluster. Cf. pū 4. See ex., ʻahuʻawa.

2. vi. To open, as a flower; to rise, as water; to swell, as waves; to grow, as a foetus; to sit with knees gathered up. ʻO Kaʻala, kuahiwi mauna kēhau, ke ōpū maila lā i Kama-oha (PH 100), Kaʻala, mountain hill with cool rain, rising there perhaps at Kama-oha.

3. nvi. To rest, hover, live idly or lazily, exist; existence, rest. ʻO ke ōpū wale iho nō kā mākou (For. 4:171), ours is a bare existence.

4. n. A tower in a heiau. See drawing, Ii 57.
Comment by Nuihaku on January 21, 2010 at 2:03pm
Aloha kakou,

I was hoping you guys can help me with a translation. Ku'ualohakeopuokalani, I got as far as my love (blank) of the heavens, my aunty said its my love form in a group of heaven, but I'm not sure. I looked up keopu and it said lazy. Can anyone help?
Comment by Kauwila on December 22, 2009 at 1:08pm
E na Hoa, Mele Kalikimaka a Hauʻoli Makahiki Hou!
Comment by johanna kapomaika'i stone on December 21, 2009 at 11:58pm
alooooha mai na makamaka mai ka moku kaulana ia keawe a hiki loa i ka haehae o lehua! welina mai me ka hilahila ole!
Comment by ~*manaoio&kaleolani*~ on October 8, 2009 at 11:34pm
aloha mai no katou a pau. Pehea mai nei outou a pau? He wahi aloha wale no teia... E malama pono outou a pau...... A HUI HOU NO KATOU MAHOPE. ALOJAHZ!!!!!!
 

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