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Ka'Ehuikimanoopu'Uloa

By: William Henery

The Hale Kuamoo–Hawaiian Language Center supports and encourages expansion of Hawaiian language as the medium of education, business, government, and other contexts of social life in Hawaii. The Center provides professional and material resources necessary to address this goal including educational support in the development of curriculum materials for Hawaiian medium education, teacher training, Na Maka O Kana Hawaiian language newspaper, and the Mamaka Kaiao dictionary...

He wahi manao hoolauna keia no ka poe e heluhelu mai ana i keia mookaao i hooili ia mai ia kakou e na kupuna o Hawaii nei. Ua hanau ia mai ka mea nona keia moolelo, o ia hoi o Kaehuikimanoopuuloa, ma ke ano he mano, a ua kapa ia kona inoa ma muli o ka lauoho ehu o ke akua mano kaulana o Puuloa, o Kaahupahau. A ia oukou e heluehlu ana i keia mookaao no Kaehuiki a me kona mau hoaalii mano, e kupu mai ana paha he mau ninau no ua poe mano nei. No ka mea, ua kapa ia kona ino...

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He Moolelo Kaao No Iwa

By: Kapulani Antonio

The Hale Kuamoo–Hawaiian Language Center supports and encourages expansion of Hawaiian language as the medium of education, business, government, and other contexts of social life in Hawaii. The Center provides professional and material resources necessary to address this goal including educational support in the development of curriculum materials for Hawaiian medium education, teacher training, Na Maka O Kana Hawaiian language newspaper, and the Mamaka Kaiao dictionary...

Ua pai ia He Moolelo Kaao no Iwa i ka nupepa Ka Hoku o Hawaii i ka makahiki 1908. A ua pai hou ia me ka hahai ana i ke kulekele no ka hoano hou, ka hooponopono a me ka loihape ana e ka Hale Kuamoo. O kekahi laana ka waiho ana i na huaolelo i hoomaaka ia ma ke ano he hoike manao o ka mea kakau. Ua hookomo ia hoi ka manao o ka hoano hou ma na kuhia o lalo. Eia hou, na ka mea hoano hou no i haku i na olelo ma na kahaapo kihikihi [ ] ma muli o ka pelu ia o ke kope kumu. Ua...

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He Mo'Olelo No 'Aukelenuia'Iku

By: Abraham Fornander

O keia moolelo o Aukelenuia iku, o ia kekahi o na moolelo kaulana loa ma Hawaii nei. O Kuaihelani ka aina. O Iku ke kane, he alii. O Kapapaiakea ka wahine. Na laua na keiki he umikumamalua. E hoomaka ana ka olelo ma Kuaihelani. Eia na inoa o na keiki: Kekamakahinuiaiku, Kuaiku, Nohoaiku, Heleaiku, Kapukapuaiku, Heaa iku, Lonoheaiku, Naaiku, Noiaiku, Ikumailani me Aukelenuiaiku. He mau kane, a me Kaomeaaiku, he wahine. O Aukelenuiaiku ka mea nona keia moolelo. Mai ka hia...

Ma anei e ike ai kakou i ka poino o Aukelenuiaiku a me kona pakele ana i ka make a kona kaikuaana huhu, aloha ole. A haule o Aukelenuiaiku i loko o ka lua, kahea iho ua kaikuaana huhu la, penei: “E Kamooinanea e, eia mai ko ai la, ai ia mai.” la ia e kahea ana, holo maila kekahi kaikuaana o Aukelenuiaiku (he kaikuaana aloha ia ia), kahea ihola ma ka waha o ka lua, “E Kamooinanea e, mai ai mai oe! O ko moopuna mai no, o Aukelenuiaiku e lele akula.” Ma keia haule ana o Auk...

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Ke Kaao O Laieikawai

By: S. N. Hale'Ole

Mai ka nupepa Hawaii mua loa o Ka Lama Hawaii o ka makahiki 1834, o keia kaao a S. N. Haleole i kakau iho ai ka moolelo mua loa i hoopaa ia ma ke ano he puke heluhelu he 220 mau aoao kona loihi i ka makahiki 1863. O ia kekahi o na moolelo he nui a lehulehu i waiho ia na kakou i hooilina e paa ai na keehina hana o keia wa e imi ana i ke o loa o ko kakou lahui i ka hone mau o ka kakou olelo me ka inana pu o ko kakou mauli hiwa. Eia ke panee nei i mua o oukou he paina h...

Hoao ia o Kahauokapaka me Malaekahana No ka olelo paa a KahauokapakaImi o Malaekahana i ke kahuna e pakele ai Hanau a huna ia o Laieikawai me LaieloheloheImi aku o Hulumaniani i ke anuenue pio o Oahu I ke kamailio ana i keia kaao, ua olelo ia ma Laie, Koolau kona wahi i hanau ai, a he mau mahoe laua: o Kahauokapaka ka makua kane, o Malaekahana ka makuahine. O Kahauokapaka nae, o ia ke alii nona na okana elua o Koolau Loa a me Koolau Poko. Aia ia ia ka mana nui ma luna ...

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Lehua 'Ahihi

By: Kuleana Kope

He welina aloha i na kupa o ka aina e noho ana mai Hawaii Moku O Keawe, kahi e ike mua ia ai ka wehena kaiao, a i Niihau O Kahelelani, kahi e aui ai ka la i lalo o ka mole o Lehua. Ano, ke hoouna ia aku nei keia ohina moolelo o Lehua Ahihi i ka loa me ka laula o ko kakou paeaina, me ka manaolana e paipai a hoohoihoi i ka poe olelo Hawaii i ka heluhelu a pulama i na moolelo a na kupuna i waiho mai ai no kakou. Ma ko kakou noho ana he kanaka, ua nui na haawina o ka naa...

Aia ma ke komohana hema o ka mokupuni o Lanai, ma ka lihi kahakai, e ike ia aku no he wahi mokupuni puu pohaku pele ulaula e ku ohaoha ana ma luna o ka ilikai nona ke anawaena he kanaono kapuai, o kona kiekie hoi, he kanawalu kapuai. O ka mamao mai ka mokupuni aku o Lanai a hiki i ua wahi moku pohaku la, aia ma kahi o ke kanalima a kanaono anana, he kai hohonu ka mea nana i hookaawale ma waena o laua. O na aoao a pau o ua wahi mokupuni pohaku la, he mania pu e hiki ole a...

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Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole

By: Kawika K. Burgess

He mamo o Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole na na alii nui o na mokupuni o Hawaii, Maui, Oahu, a me Kauai. Eia ma lalo nei i hoike ia ai kekahi mau mea nui ma ka mookuauhau o Kuhio i hiki ke ike ia kona pili i na alii kaulana o Hawaii nei a puni o ka wa ma mua. Ma ka aoao o ko Kuhio mookuauhau mai Maui mai, he kupuna kane kuakolu o Kekaulike no Kuhio ma ka aoao o kona makuahine. Ma muli o ka nui o na wahine a Kekaulike, ua nui pu hoi kana poe keiki kiekie o ke kulana alii, a p...

Ma ka aoao o ko Kuhio mookuauhau mai Hawaii mai, he kupuna kane kuakolu o Keawe no Kuhio ma ka aoao o kona makuahine. Penei ka mookuauhau o Kuhio maia Keawe a Kuhio ponoi: O Keawe ka makua kane o Kalanikauleleiaiwi (w). O Kalanikauleleiaiwi laua o Kanekoa, a hanau o Poomaikalani (w). O Poomaikalani laua o Elelule, a hanau o Kuhio Kalanianaole (k). O Kuhio Kalanianaole laua o Kekaulike, a hanau o Kinoiki Kekaulike II (w). O Kinoiki Kekaulike II laua o David Kahalepou...

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Kumu'Ulu

By: Keoni Kelekolio

Olelo Hai Mua He puke keia i piha i na moolelo Hawaii no ka oukou heluhelu ana. Nui na mea i hiki ke ao ia ma na moolelo Hawaii kahiko a he nui na olelo ao. Ia oukou e heluhelu ana, e huli i keia mau mea waiwai ia kakou na Hawaii. He pili no i ko kakou noho ana i keia wa. E ulu ka hoi i ke ao a na kupuna!

Ua pai ia ma ka Nupepa Kuokoa (Iune 8, 1906) he moolelo au moana no Molokai i like me keia moolelo no Niihau. Eia Hou Keia Moolelo Au Moana O keia moolelo au moana ma lalo iho nei, ua loaa mai ia makou mai kekahi makuahine i hilinai ia, ana i lohe ai ma muli o ka loaa ana o keia moolelo au moana o Molokai.1 Pela hoi ia e hoike ia aku nei no keia au moana. I ka makahiki 1842, ua haalele akula kekahi ohana i ka mokupuni o Niihau ma luna o ka waa, a holo aela no Kauai. He e...

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Kumu Kou

By: Larry Kimura

I ke au kahiko e noho ana he makua kane me kana keiki o Kinoulu ka inoa. Ua noho laua ma Kekaha i ka mokupuni o Hawai i a he lawai a ka laua hana. He holo laua i ka moana i na la a pau ma luna o ka wa a e kukaula ai. O ke kukaula kekahi ano lawai a ana me ke aho a me ka makau. I ka hiki ana o Kinoulu me kona makua kane i ke ko a i a, o ia ho i kahi e noho ai ka i a, he kukaula ka laua hana. Ki i mau ia na pohaku nunui kupono e Kinoulu a waiho ia i luna o ka wa a. Ua ho o...

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Ka Mo'Olelo O Keahiakahoe

By: Pelehonuamea Harman

E na makamaka o ka olelo makuahine mai Hawaii Nui Kuauli a i Niihau o ka Ua Naulu aloha pumehana kakou. Ke panee nei keia moolelo i mua o oukou, i mua o ka maka o na kanaka e kuupau nei i ka hooko i ka iini nui o kakou, o ia no ka hooikaika hou i ka olelo Hawaii. He mahele nui ia o ko kakou Mauli Ola Hawaii. Ma loko o keia moolelo i hoike ia ai kekahi ano kupono a kupono ole o ke kanaka ma ka wa kahiko. E maliu aku kakou i keia haawina, no ka mea, he mea no ia i pili i n...

O Keaahala ka aina. He wahi ka ia ma uka o Kaneohe. Ma laila i noho ai o Kahoe. He mahiai o Kahoe e noho ana me kana ohana ma ke alo o na pali kunihi o Koolau Poko.

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Moku Ka Pawa

By: Keoni Kelekolio

E na makamaka pulama mau i ka olelo makuahine e noho mai nei mai kaulana a ka La i Kumukahi a i komohana a ka La i Lehua, welina me ke aloha. O ka La ka mea e malamalama ai ke ao; mahalo ia kona malamalama, o ia kekahi mea nui ma ko kakou ola ana. O ka malamalama, olelo ia ua like ia me ka naauao, a ua laha ia manao i loko o na mele a me na olelo noeau. Eia nae, pehea hoi ka wa loaa ole o ka malamalama He aha ka manao kuuna Hawaii no ka po Ma ke mele koihonua...

O Kona, ka aina o ke kai maokioki e waiho kunihi ana i ka pa olu mai a ka makani Eka, o ia kahi i noho ai ke alii, o Makalii kona inoa. O ke ano o ia alii, he pi a he makona. Aole e nalo ka iwi o ke alii ino, o ko ke alii maikai ke nalo. Upu ae kona manao ino e pilikia ai ka aina, ka poe, a me na holoholona. O kona manao, o ia ke kaili ana i ka ai a pau a nele loa ka aina. I mea e hooko ai i kana mea kolohe i hooholo ae ai, hoiliili aku o ia i na ai a pau o ka aina, o ke...

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Mo'Olelo Polenesia

By: Kapulani Antonio

Olelo Hoolauna He mea nui ka moolelo i na lahui a pau o ka honua nei, no ka mea, ma o ka moolelo e ola ai ka hana a me ke ano o ka noonoo ana o ka poe e noho ana ma mua. Ma ka moolelo e hoike ia ai ke ano a me ka manao o na kupuna. Ao ka moolelo i ka pono a me ka pono ole. He kokua ka moolelo i ke kukulu ana i ke kuanaike ao. O ke kuanaike ao ka mea a ke kanaka e ike ai ke nana a noonoo aku i ke ao nei. Pili no ke kuanaike ao i ke ano o ka hanai ia ana o kekahi kanaka. O...

Ua noonoo ia no paha o Aotearoa he mahele o Pelekane, aka, ma mua o ka noho ana o ka Pakeha (ka Haole hoi) i laila, ua noho ia ia aina e ka poe Maori, he poe Polenesia. Ua pili no ka Hawaii me ka Maori. He pili no ma na mea hou e like me ke ku ana o ka poe oiwi no ka hoihoi ana i ka mana aupuni ia lakou i ola no na moomeheu o ka lahui. A he pili no ma na mea kahiko mai ka wa ma mua mai. O ka pili o na olelo elua kekahi mea e ike koke ia, oiai he mau huapalapala...

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Na Haawina Mua O Ka Hoailona Helu (First Lessons in Algebra)

By: Lahainaluna

Kuai kekahi keiki i ka ohia a me ka alani i na keneta he 12, no ia mau mea. Ua oi pakolu hoi na keneta o ka alani imua o ko ka ohia. Ehia na keneta o kela a o keia? E kau iho i ka w i hoailona no na keneta o ka ohia. A o ka w ke kumukuai i ka ohia, a he pakolu ko ka alani i ko ka ohia; nolaila, he mau w ekolu ke kumukuai i ka alani. He w hookahi ko ka ohia, a he akolu mau w ko ka alani, ina e huia lakou, he mau w eha o ka huina. Aka, he 12 na keneta i lilo no ia m...

Ua oi pa 4 aku na makahiki o Ioane imua o ko Iakobo; a o ka huina o ko laua mau. makahiki, he 20 ia. Ehia na makahiki o kela, o keia? E hoailona i na makahiki o Iakobo i ka w, no ka mea, he pa 4 na makahiki o Ioane i ko Iakobo, 4 mau w ka hoailona o kona mau makahiki. Nolaila, hookahi w a me 4 w, oia no 5 w ka huina o ko laua mau makahiki. Aka, he 20 ka huina o ko laua mau makahiki; nolaila, ua like 5 w me ka 20, a o ka w hookahi me ka hapa 5 o ka 20, oia na makahik...

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He Hoakakaolelo No Na Huaolelo Beritania (A Dictionary of English ...

By: Lahainaluna

The design of this work is primarily to aid Hawaiian youth of intelligence in acquiring a knowledge of the English language; and it is intended, in connection with the grammar, to furnish them adequate help, under the direction of the living teacher, until they can use the English Dictionary with English definitions. The present is mainly a translation of Webster's Abridgement still more abridged. Many words are thrown out, which are rarely used, and which will never ...

Ua hooliloia na hama i mau haiinoa, penei; quote, quotation; speak, speaker; educate, education; instruct, instruction, instructor, instructress. He poe haiinoa wale no ka nui o na huaolelo nona na leo hope penei, tor, tress, ment, tion, sion, ty, cy, ance, ence, ture, dom, a me ship. Ua hooliloia na haiinoa i mau haiano, penei, Earth, earthly; virtue, virtuous; man, manful; sale, salable, etc. Ua hooliloia na haina i mau haiano; penei, weep, unwept; learn, unlearned;...

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Na Honua Mauli Ola

By: Native Hawaiian Education Council

Language is the fiber that binds us to our cultural identity. The UH Hilo College of Hawaiian Language, Ka Haka Ula O Keelikolani was established in 1997 by the Hawaii State Legislature to “serve as a focal point for the states efforts to revitalize the Hawaiian language through teacher training, undergraduate and graduate study of Hawaiian, community outreach, research and testing, use of technology, national and international cooperation, and the development of li...

There will be a culturally enlightened Hawaiian nation, there will be a Hawaiian nation enlightened. The Native Hawaiian Education Council (NHEC) was established by Congress in 1994, and reauthorized as part of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, Public Law 107-110, Title VII, Part B, also known as the Native Hawaiian Education Act. Among other things, this act authorizes the Secretary of Education to make a direct grant to the Education Council to coordinate the ...

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He Pule Hoolaa Alii (A Prayer Consecrating a Chief)

By: Hawaiian Historical Society

O ka Walewale hookumu honua ia; O ke kumu o ka lipo i lipo ai; O ke kumu o ka Po i po ai; O ka Lipolipo, o ka lipolipo; O ka lipo o ka La, o ka lipo o ka Po; Po wale ho—i.; Hanau ka po; Hanau Kumulipo i ka po he kane; Hanau Poele i ka po he wahine; Hanau ka Uku koakoa, hanau kana he akoakoa puka; Hanau ke Koe enuhe eli hoopuu honua; Hanau kana he Koe puka; Hanau ka Pea, ka peapea kana keikipuka; Hanau ka Weli, he weliweli kana keiki puka.; Hanau ka Ina ka Ina; Hanau kana...

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Ka Hae Hoonani (The Banner of Praise)

By: Paiia Ma Nu Yoka

Nau makou e kai aloha Ma na kahawai maikai, Ma na kula uliuli. Kahi e maona ai. E aloha, e aloha, Kiai, a hoomalu mai. Mai haalele a kuu wale Ia makou na keiki nei. O auwana alilo aku Ma na waonahele e. E aloha, e aloha, Hoopaa ma kou pa maikai. Kena mai ke kahuhipa, I na kamalii liilii E kaiia i o na la I hoomaikaiia mai. E aloha, e aloha, I koonei man kamalii. Eia makou na haumana o ke kula maikai nei, Ke hele la i ke Kahu; Kahuhipa maikai e. E al...

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Ho'Oulu : Our Time of Becoming : Collected Early Writings of Manul...

By: Manulani Aluli Meyer

This kakau is named Halaloa and it sits on my left shoulder. Many distinct ideas come forth: one is the enduring breath of the sun. The sun, la, her-alds change, growth, and transformation. Ha, breath, is the fundamental animating principle of life that connects us to our mystical origins. Halaloa also holds the image of hala, of death, of change, of stripping away. Inside the circle there are two main images: a wave and a koru, or fern. It represents ocean and ear...

Ke welina mai nei. I wanted to spend a few moments with you before you dip into the muliwai—where sea water meets fresh; where theory meets practice. There is life there. As with the ideas you are about to read. They serve as a threshold into which I am now entered—a new seeing of the world that is wider than ever imagined. It began by listening to our people. I learned of our distinctness. Our Light. Our commonality with the world. Because I am a philosopher ...

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Genealogy Book Volume 44 : Eia Ka Lani Ke Koi Pae Moku Ka Lauhulu ...

By: Puhi Adams

This book of genealogies, Kumuhonua, was copied from the Honolulu Archives, Book #44, back in the eighties. This book contains mostly ancient genealogies, with some lines leading into the 19th century. You will not find very many modern family connections in this book. In this book, Kumuhonua, you will find pieces of information not available in other published genealogies. For example, Fornander states that he doesn't know from which family descends Kapoleia Kauila,...

Ma keia wahi e hoomaha iki ka nana ana no ke kuamoo nui, no ka mea, o keia mau kanaka o Puna ma laua o Hema he mau mahoe laua a ma o laua ?la i kaawale ai na alii ma ka hanau ana o Punai kaawale ai na alii o Oahu a me Kauai, a o ke kuamoo hoi o na alii o Maui a me Hawaii e puka anaia maloko a ke kaikaina o Puna oia hoi o Hema, no ka mea, o Hema ka mea iaia ke kuamoo malalo iho, a mahope aku ka Puna ke kaikuana o Hema, nolaila, ua kapaia e ka poe kahiko he haku ko Hawaii ...

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Ke Kamalii Wahineo Huilua a Me Kamapuaa (Princess Huilua and Kamapuaa)

By: May Parker

Na Kamalei—He Papahana Ho‘ona‘auao Kamali‘i ia no loko mai o kekahi hui ku i ka ‘auhau ‘ole no ka ‘oiwi Hawai‘i. Aia kekahi i loko o keia ‘ahahui he polokalamu ho‘ona‘auao makua/kamali‘i no ka lawelawe ‘ana i na ‘ohana o Ko‘olauloa ma ka mokupuni o O‘ahu. Me ke kokua kala ‘ana o ka Administration for Native Americans no ka pahana Na Kama o Ko‘olauLoa, ha‘awi keia ‘ahahui i na ‘ohana i mau lawelawe ‘ohana a me na ha‘awina ho‘ona‘auao ho‘i no ka ulu maika‘i ‘ana o...

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No Ka Huinaha Ma Ka Hale Ku’Ai

By: Liana Honda

Kakoo a paipai ka Hale Kuamoo-Kikowaena Olelo Hawaii i ka hookumu ana i ka olelo Hawaii, o ia ka olelo kaiapuni o na kula, o ke aupuni, o na oihana like ole, i lohe ia mai hoi ka olelo Hawaii mai o a o o Hawaii Pae Aina. Na ka Hale Kuamoo e hoomohala i na haawina e pono ai ka holomua o ka olelo Hawaii ana ma na ano poaiapili like ole e like hoi me ka haawina olelo Hawaii no na kula olelo Hawaii, na papahana kakoo kumu, ka nupepa oNa Maka O Kana, a me ka puke wehewehe o M...

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