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    Hawaiian Language Pronounciation Guidelines
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    A few rules may help you in properly pronouncing your Hawaiian name. Unlike English, there are only 12 letters in the Hawaiian alphabet:
    A E H I K L M N O P U and W.

    Hawaiian Language Consonants
    Pronounce P K as in English but with less aspiration. Pronounce H L M N as in English. W after I and E is usually pronounced like V, but after U and O usually pronounced like W; initially and after A, it can be pronounced like V or W.

    Hawaiian Language Vowels
    Each of the 5 Hawaiian vowels is generally uniform with some exceptions such as:
    A like A in far, tar; also like UH. E like AY in bay, lay; also like E in bet; I like Y in city; also like E in Eve O like O in no, so U like OO in moon; also like U in true.

    Hawaiian Vowel Pronounciation Guidelines
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    Hawaiian words, phrases and the Hawaiian language as a whole are basically simple and easy to pronounce if you sound out the words.
    Here are some examples of Hawaiian vowel pronounciations:

    A pronounced: ah as in "star" as in the Island word ALOHA

    E pronounced: ey as in "stay" as in the Island word LEI

    I pronounced: ee as in "see" as in the Island word HAWAII

    O pronounced: oh as in "glow" as in the Island word MAHALO

    U pronounced: oo as in "soon" as in the Island word HONOLULU

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    Hello "Aloha" (pronounced: ahh-low-haa)

    Good Morning "Aloha Kakahiaka"
    (pronounced: ahh-low-haa kahkah he ahh kah)

    Good Afternooon "Aloha 'Auinala"
    (pronounced: ahh-low-haa ahh-uh-e nah lah)

    Good Evening "Aloha Ahiahi"
    (pronounced: ahh-low-haa ahh-he ahh-he)

    Come to our Wedding "Hele Mai 'Oe I Ko Maua Male 'Ana"
    (pronounced: heh-lee my oye e coe ma-uhh-ah ahh-na)

    Happy Birthday "Hau'oli la Hanau"
    (pronounced how-oh-lee la ha-now)

    Happy Anniversary "Hau'oli la Ho'omana'o"
    (pronounced how-oh-lee la ho-o-ma-na-o)

    Happy Sweet 16 "Hau'oli Momona 'Umi Kumaono"
    (pronounced how-oh-lee mo-mo-na oo-me ku-ma-o-no)

    Happy Retirement "Hau'oli la Ho Omaha loa"
    (pronounced how-oh-lee la ho-o-ma-ha low-a)

    Happy Holidays "Hau'oli Lanui"
    (pronounced how-oh-lee la-new-ee)

    Happy Thanksgiving "Hau'oli La Ho'omakika'i"
    (pronounced how-oh-lee la ho-o-ma-key-kah-ee)

    Merry Christmas "Mele Kalikimaka"
    (pronounced may-lay ka-lee-key-ma-ka)

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
    "Mele Kalikimaka me ka Hau'oli Makahiki Hou"
    (pronounced may-lay ka-lee-key-ma-ka how-oh-lee ma-ka-hee-key ho)

    Happy Hanukkah "Hauoli Hanukaha"
    (pronounced how-oh-lee ha-new-ka-ha)

    Happy Kwanzaa "Hauoli Kawanaka"
    (pronounced how-oh-lee ka-wa-na-ka)

    Happy New Year "Hauoli Makahiki Hou"
    (pronounced how-oh-lee ma-ka-hee-key ho)

    Happy Hanukkah and New Year
    "Hau'oli Hanukaha me ka Makahiki Hou"
    (pronounced: how-oh-lee ha-new-ka-ha how-oh-lee ma-ka-hee-key ho)

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    Posted below are some favorite Hawaiian Words and Phrases expressing Love: (Perfect for Greeting Cards at Birthdays, Anniversarys, for Love Notes, Wedding Invitations, Wedding Announcements, Thank You Cards, Valentines Cards and to add a special Hawaiian touch to any Wedding Day Celebration. Remember when using Hawaiian Words, Phrases or Language in writing or the spoken word to be sure to provide the English translation so that others may appreciate the meaning of this beautiful language as well.

    A O Ko Aloha Ka`u E Hi`ipoi Mau
    meaning: With you joy will ever be mine

    A O `Oe Ku`u Pua
    meaning: You are my blossom

    Aka`aka Loko I Ka Ike A Ke Aloha
    meaning: The secrets within me are seen through love

    Aloha Au Ia'oe
    meaning: I Love You

    Aloha No Au Ia 'Oe
    meaning: I Truly Love You

    Aloha Au Ia Mau 'Oe
    meaning: I will always Love You

    Aloha Nui Loa
    meaning: All my Love

    E Hookumu Maua Ka Hale Puni Maua Ohana Me Ka Pumehana A Me Ka Oiloli Kealoha
    meaning: May we create a home that surrounds our family and friends with warmth, laughter and love

    E Hoomau Maua Kealoha
    meaning: May our love last forever

    Ia Iho Ke Aloha meaning: To my love

    Ka`u Ia E Lei A`e Nei La
    meaning: I pledge my love to you alone

    Ke Aloha meaning: Beloved

    Ko Aloha Makamae E Ipo
    meaning: Sweetheart you are so precious

    Ko`u Aloha meaning: My Love

    Ku`u Lei meaning: My beloved

    Me Ke Aloha meaning: With love

    Me Ke Aloha Pumehana
    meaning: With the warmth of my love

    Mau Loa meaning: Forever

    Nau ko`u aloha
    meaning: My love is yours

    Na'u `oe meaning: You're mine

    Nou No Ka `I`ini meaning: I desire you

    'O Ku'u Aloha No 'Oe
    meaning: You are indeed my love

    O Wau Me Oe Kealoha A O Oe Kealoha Me Ia'a
    meaning: I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine

    Pili Olua E, Moku Ka Pawa O Ke Ao
    meaning: You two are now one, the darkness is past

    Ua Ola Ae Nei Loko I Ko Aloha
    meaning: Life is once more alive within me for my love of you...

    I Love You "Aloha Au Ia 'Oe"
    (pronounced: ahh-low-haa ow e-ahh-oye)

    All My Love "Aloha Nui Loa"
    (pronounced: ahh-low-haa new-e low-ah)

    To My Love "Ia Iho Ke Aloha"

    With Love and a Kiss "Ka Honi Mai Me Ke Aloha"

    Warm Love and Affection "Aloha Pumehana"

    Beloved "Ke Aloha"

    My Beloved "Ku`u Lei"

    Thanks be to God for this Day "Mahalo E Ke Akua No Keia La"

    May there be Love between Us "Aloha Kakou"

    Sweetheart you are so Precious "Ko Aloha Makamae E Ipo"

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    alaka'i leader
    ali`i Hawaiian royalty
    anakala uncle
    anake aunt
    hoahanau cousin
    hoa kula classmate
    beloved friend
    hoapili close friend
    kahu lio groom
    kaikaina younger sister of a female
    kaikua'ana older sister of a female
    sister of a male
    kahuna priest, skilled person, expert in a field
    kaikamahine daughter
    kanaka human
    kane man
    kane male married man
    kupunakane grandfather
    kupunawahine grandmother
    keiki child, offspring
    keikikane son
    koa soldier
    kupuna grandparent
    ku`uipo sweetheart
    lawai`a fisherman
    makamaka intimate friend
    makua parent
    makuahine mother
    makuakane father
    mo`i royalty, King or Queen
    mo`opuna grandchild
    ohana family
    paniolo cowboy
    wahine woman
    wahine male married woman
    wahine male hou bride

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    History of Hawaiian Language
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    The History of Language and Culture in Hawaii may well have begun with the first settlers in the idlands who arrived from Hiva in the southern Marquesas Islands around 400 A.D. These settlers brought with them their gods, plants, culture and their language. The Ōlelo Hawaii, (the Hawaiian Language) belongs to a family of languages from central and eastern Polynesia, which includes Hawaiian, Tahitian, Tumotuan, Rarotongan and Maori.

    When Captain James Cook arrived in Hawaii in 1778 there were, depending on the various estimates between 300,000 and 400,000 Native Hawaiians known as the Kanaka Maoli. Over the course of the next 100 years the Native Hawaiian population dropped between 80 - 90%. This decline was due in large part to the diseases introduced by contact of the Native population with foreigners. These diseases included venereal disease, small pox, measles, whooping cough and influenza. By 1878, the Native population was estimated to be between 40,000 and 50,000 people. While drastically smaller than the population of just one hundred years previously, the Native Hawaiians still comprised over 75% of the total population in the islands of Hawaii.

    Over the last one hundred and twenty years, the numbers of pure Hawaiians, those with exclusively Hawaiian blood, have continued to decline. The pure Hawaiian is a dying race. Today, there are less than 8,000 pure Hawaiians left in the islands. On the other hand, the number of those who are, at least, part Hawaiian and who consider themselves to be Hawaiian has increased steadily since the turn of the century. Today, there are estimated to be between 225,000 and 250,000 people with Hawaiian blood living in the major islands of Hawaii.

    What can be said about the Native Hawaiian population of today is that it is growing at a rate of about 6000 people per year and at a higher rate than any other ethnic group in Hawaii. The majority of the Native Hawaiian people however, have less than 50% pure Hawaiian blood. The majority live on the island of Oahu and have a median income of $45,486 and are predominately unmarried. These Native Hawaiians are only part of the answer to the question; "Who are the people of Hawaii..?". Whether you accept the figures of the U.S. Census Bureau or those of the Health Surveillance Program of the Department of Health, Native Hawaiians continue to be a minority in the islands.

    "Aloha", recognized around the world as the most popular Hawaiian Greeting means much more than "Hi" or "How are you..?" or "See you later". Aloha means to share the breath of life or the essence of existence. The second most popular of the Hawaii spoken words is "Mahalo" meaning "Thank You" throughout the islands. The first Sugar Cane plant came to the Islands of Hawaii with the Polynesian settlers but the early technology for making sugar was imported from China. Over the next 150 years, Hawaii created one of the most evolved Sugar Cane production facilities in the world. Today, there are only two Sugar Cane operations left in the State, one on Kauai and the second one on the island of Maui. Water, both fresh and salty has always been an understandable obsession for the local islander people and the Hawaiian's were no exception. This is reflected in their preoccupation in the vast number of longer words and names that incorporate Wai (fresh water) and Kai (sea or salt water) into the base of the language. The Hawaiian word for Wealth is Wai Wai equating the reverence for Water with wealth.

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