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ʻOhana is the 6th skill (assuming read left to right) in the Hawaiian language course. It has 4 lessons in which you learn about family in Hawaiian. It also teaches some adjectives.

Grammar NotesEdit

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LessonsEdit

Lesson 1 Edit

  • ka makuahine = the mom/mother/mum
  • ka makua kāne = the dad/father
  • Oʻahu = Oʻahu (name of a place)
  • Niʻihau = Ni'ihau (name of a place)
  • Molokaʻi =  Molokaʻi (name of a place)
  • ʻohana = family
  • kou = kou (sound)

Lesson 2 Edit

  • tūtū kāne = grandfather/grandpa/grandad
  • tūtū wahine = grandmother/grandma
  • iu = iu (sound)

Lesson 3 Edit

  • ʻanakē = aunty/aunties
  • ʻanakala = uncle/uncles
  • Kauaʻi = Kauaʻi (name of a place)

Lesson 4 Edit

  • pōkole = short
  • lōʻihi = tall/long
  • ʻoluʻolu = nice/pleasant/kind
  • akamai = smart
  • uʻi = beautiful/young/pretty/youthful
  • uʻi = uʻi (sound)
  • mahiʻai = mahiʻai (sound)
  • ʻoluʻolu = ʻoluʻolu (sound)

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