ʻŌlelo Kānaka

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Hawaiian Language audio files

Hawaiian Language audio files

Hawaiian Language Newspaper Translation Project | Institute of Hawaiian Language Research and Translation

Hawaiian Language Newspaper Translation Project | Institute of Hawaiian Language Research and Translation

A kanikau or death lament for Kaaumoana written in different parts by different people.   What sticks out for me is the use of English both in the word "good" and the word "pai" (a transliteration of English "bye")   "... e good pai ke aloha" Mrs. Kailikea  Its sad that she would probably get an F for that at UH Manoa.

A kanikau or death lament for Kaaumoana written in different parts by different people. What sticks out for me is the use of English both in the word "good" and the word "pai" (a transliteration of English "bye") "... e good pai ke aloha" Mrs. Kailikea Its sad that she would probably get an F for that at UH Manoa.

A Social History of Kona (Some noted as translated from Hawaiian; original recordings @ UH Ethnic Studies/Oral Histories Depts.

A Social History of Kona (Some noted as translated from Hawaiian; original recordings @ UH Ethnic Studies/Oral Histories Depts.

In this paper I argue that the differences between spoken Hawaiian and vocal perfor- mance of western-influenced “traditional” Hawaiian music are representative of the linguistic diversity found within the Hawaiian language. It contains a comparative

In this paper I argue that the differences between spoken Hawaiian and vocal perfor- mance of western-influenced “traditional” Hawaiian music are representative of the linguistic diversity found within the Hawaiian language. It contains a comparative

Ka Leo O Hawaii http://uluulu.hawaii.edu/titles/1437

Ka Leo O Hawaii http://uluulu.hawaii.edu/titles/1437

baibala.org

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