Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 1 decade ago

I am Looking for Hawiian animals translated from english to hawiian where do i find it?

2 Answers

Relevance
  • 1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    I can't tell you about the animals but, I can tell you th e first 25 words you should learn, then you can look up the rest.

    Good morning!

    Good afternoon!

    Good evening!

    Aloha kakahiaka!

    [ah loh' hah kah' kah hee (y)ah' kah!]

    Aloha `auinalâ!

    [ah loh' hah au' (w)ee nah LAH'!]

    Aloha ahiahi!

    [ah loh' HAH' hee (y)ah' hee!]

    2.

    Hello! / How are you?

    Fine.

    Very well.

    Not well.

    So-so, same as usual.

    And you?

    Aloha! / Pehea `oe?

    [Ah loh' hah!] / [peh heh' (y)ah oe'?]

    Maika`i.

    [mai' kah ee]

    Maika`i nô.

    [mai' kah ee NOH']

    Maika`i `ole.

    [mai' kah ee oh' leh]

    `O ia mau nô.

    [oi' (y)ah mau' NOH']

    A `o `oe?

    [ah oh oe'?]

    3.

    Excuse me / I'm sorry.

    E kala mai ia`u.

    [eh kah' lah mai' ee (y)ah' oo]

    4.

    Thanks!

    Thank you!

    Thanks so very much!

    Mahalo!

    [mah hah' loh!]

    Mahalo iâ `oe!

    [mah hah' loh (y)ee (Y)AH' oe!]

    Mahalo nui loa!

    [mah hah' loh nui' loh' (w)ah!]

    5.

    You're welcome.

    (It's) No trouble/problem.

    A trifle.

    The pleasure is mine.

    `A`ole pilikia.

    [ah oh' leh pee' lee kee' (y)ah]

    He mea iki.

    [heh meh (y)ah (y)ee' kee]

    Ka hau`oli na`u.

    [kah hau' oh lee nah' oo]

    6.

    What is your name?

    My name is ________.

    `O wai kou inoa?

    [oh vai' kou' (w)ee noh' (w)ah?]

    `O ________ ko`u inoa.

    [oh _______ koh' oo (w)ee noh' (w)ah]

    7.

    Where are you from?

    I am from ________.

    I live in ________.

    No hea mai `oe?

    [noh heh' (y)ah mai' oe'?]

    No ________ mai au.

    [noh _____mai' au']

    Noho au i ___________.

    [noh' hoh (w)au' ee ___ ]

    8.

    Good bye!, See you later!

    A hui hou!

    [ah hui' hou'!]

    9.

    Yes

    No

    Perhaps, Maybe

    `Ae

    [ae']

    `A`ole

    [ah oh' leh]

    Pela paha

    [peh' lah pah' hah]

    10.

    What?

    He aha?

    [heh (y)ah' hah?]

    11.

    Which?

    Ka mea hea?

    [kah meh' (y)ah heh' (y)ah?]

    12.

    Where is…?

    …the restroom?

    …the bank?

    Aia i hea…?

    [ai' (y)ah (y)ee heh' (y)ah?]

    …ka lumi ho`opaupilikia?

    […kah loo' mee hoh' oh pau' pee lee kee' (y)ah?]

    …ka panakô?

    […kah pah nah KOH'?]

    13.

    When?

    I ka wâ hea?

    [ee kah WAH' heh (y)ah?]

    14.

    How much/many?

    `Ehia?

    [eh hee (y)ah?]

    15.

    Who?

    `O wai?

    [oh wai'?]

    16.

    Why?

    No ke aha?

    [noh' keh (y)ah' hah?]

    17.

    How?

    Pehea?

    [peh heh' (y)ah?]

    18.

    Please.

    E `olu `olu `oe.

    [eh oh' loo oh' loo oe']

    19.

    and

    but

    a, a me

    [ah], [ah' meh]

    akâ

    [ah KAH']

    20.

    only

    wale nô

    [vah' leh NOH']

    21.

    a little

    he li`ili`i

    [heh lee' ee lee' ee]

    22.

    also

    kekahi

    [keh kah' hee]

    23.

    very, a lot

    very much

    nui

    [noo' (w)ee]

    nui loa

    [noo' (w)ee loh' (w)ah]

    24.

    I

    We, us (you and I/me)

    We, us ( two or more of you and I/me)

    au, wau

    [au'], [wau' / vau']

    kâua

    [KAH' oo (w)ah]

    kâkou

    [KAH' kou]

    25.

    you (singular)

    you (two of you)

    you (three or more of you)

    `oe

    [oe']

    `olua

    [oh loo' (w)ah]

    `oukou

    [ou' kou']

    • Login to reply the answers
  • robak
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    A pyjama or a pajama is an substantial piece of clothing, worn by the two guy and female. commonly, it particularly is a loose and mushy drawstring pants, made up of sunshine fabric. although, in places like Britain and u . s ., the term applies to dozing fits and is composed of a loose front-buttoned jacket and a trouser. presently, pajamas or pj’s characterize something, from flamboyant sea coast trousers to ethereal boxers. normally, any merchandise of male sleepwear right this moment is synonymous to a pajama. nonetheless, the classic pyjamas encompass a mix of jacket and 2 trousers alongside. the be conscious ‘pyjama’ lines its etymological beginning place to the Persian be conscious ‘payjama’, which potential ‘leg garment’. although, it exchange into first included into English from the Hindustani language

    • Login to reply the answers
Still have questions? Get your answers by asking now.