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Kainoahemolele
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Challenge: Hawaiian Language Circles, Modern Day Puuhonua

Directions:1. With a red piece of chalk, draw a circle on a busy sidewalk large enough to fit about five kanaka sitting down.2. On the outside of the circle following the curve of the circle write: "A Sanctuary: within the circle Hawaiian language only"3. On the inside of the circle right beneath the Olelo Pelekane following the curve of the circle write: "He Puuhonua: Olelo Hawaii wale no"4. Sit in the middle of the circle and wait. If someone should enter the circle, greet them: "Aloha mai,…See More
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When you give a baby an inoa

When you give a baby an inoa, she must learn to say it. If she learns to say it, she introduces herself with it. If she introduces herself, they will wonder. If they wonder, she will tell them. If she tells them, then they, too, will know. E ola mau ka olelo Hawaii.
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'O wai kou inoa? What's your name?
Kainoahemolele
No hea mai 'oe? Where are you from?
Kailua, Oahu
ʻO wai ke ahupuaʻa āu e noho nei? Where do you live?
McCully

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Challenge: Hawaiian Language Circles, Modern Day Puuhonua

Directions:



1. With a red piece of chalk, draw a circle on a busy sidewalk large enough to fit about five kanaka sitting down.



2. On the outside of the circle following the curve of the circle write: "A Sanctuary: within the circle Hawaiian language only"



3. On the inside of the circle right beneath the Olelo Pelekane following the curve of the circle write: "He Puuhonua: Olelo Hawaii wale no"



4. Sit in the middle of the circle and wait. If someone… Continue

Posted on February 20, 2009 at 12:31pm — 2 Comments

When you give a baby an inoa

When you give a baby an inoa, she must learn to say it. If she learns to say it, she introduces herself with it. If she introduces herself, they will wonder. If they wonder, she will tell them. If she tells them, then they, too, will know. E ola mau ka olelo Hawaii.

Posted on February 16, 2009 at 10:46pm

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At 11:32pm on May 21, 2011, Kamahana said…
hui... e kuu hoa- Pehea oe?
At 5:08pm on September 24, 2009, Daryl said…
Aloha Brother - thanks for the add and sorry for the delayed response, its been a while since I've been on here - mostly on fb lol* hope all is well with you* until next time, d
At 10:52pm on March 13, 2009, Pono Kealoha said…






At 9:05pm on February 21, 2009, Jim said…
Aloha kanaka you got to look up that puke
'Ôlelo no 'eau? any wayz have a good weekend
aloha a hui ho.
At 9:59am on February 21, 2009, HALE O KEAWE-A-HEULU aka: NAIHE said…
Kina'ole is something we ALL, even myself must remember to do daily that is why I have this on my site, a mantra if you will. We are not perfect beings but
we strive to do better each and every day. That in my opinion is a concrete way of doing things and getting things to move on all levels of personal and professional business.
At 4:10pm on February 20, 2009, Pono Kealoha said…
Mahalo for ur friendship ,please have an excellent weekend.









At 10:16pm on February 18, 2009, HALE O KEAWE-A-HEULU aka: NAIHE said…
Ok with? Interracial marriages? Or the conversation wherein you stated I sounded like an attorney..LOL.
I look at the words a person use in their writings to make sense of the conversation or forum. Words are always golden and when misinterpreted good to get clarification...that's all.

Take care and be well...SMILE.
At 10:40pm on February 17, 2009, Jim said…
Mary Kawena Pukui
'Ôlelo No'Eau
Hawaiian Prverbs and Poetical Sayings
At 9:44pm on February 17, 2009, HALE O KEAWE-A-HEULU aka: NAIHE said…
My dad wanted me to be an attorney...he said I could do it in 6 years. I was too afraid of the commitment to disappoint him...but if I did go back to do law it would be to become a tax attorney...that 10,000 + pages of current tax law is a curiosity and challenge for me to crack at it if I had no distractions...SMILE.
At 9:20am on February 17, 2009, Jim said…
mahalo na mana'o
 
 
 

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