How do you say women in hawaiian language?
NOTE: The Hawaiian language is a phonetic language (almost like Spanish). Please keep this in mind when reading the pronunciations/pronouncing these words. In Hawaiian, 'uhane means "spirit." The mark before the "u" is called an 'okina, which is the equivalent of a glottal stop in the English language. There is no such word as uhane in the Hawaiian language. The 'okina must be there at all times. Interestingly enough, to say "Hawaiian" in Hawaiian, we…
ʻAʻohe Hawaiʻi Au! This literally translates to Not Hawaiian I, or Not Hawaiian Me. Like all languages other than English, sentence structure seems to be reversed to people who speak English. The grammatical sentence structure of the Hawaiian language is closely related to the local Hawaiian Pidgin language (which utilizes an assortment of vocabulary from several languages, but spoken in English).