How do you say your the only one i think about in the Hawaiian language?
He mana'o au iā 'oe, wale 'oe. Heh mah-nah-(short pause)-oh ow yah (short pause)-oy vah-leh (short pause)-oy. I think about you, only you.
Hawaiian isn't a language.
i don't think no one knows hawaiian... SORRY.
I can think of only one; STRENGTH
Hawaiian is the language that was spoken when the hawaiians lived in Hawaii and before the law 100 years ago that made speaking hawaiian illegal so the hawaiians created a newspaper and taught themselve to write as well as read. the news papers were in hawaiian which allowed them to converse without being arrested and no one else knew the language so theyy could talk crap if they wanted. HAwaiian was also able to be… Read More
You don't. Miranda is not a word, it's a name, and is the same in any language. Someone who only speaks Hawaiian would probably have difficulty saying it, though, since Hawaiian has no letter for R or D. Milanha is probably pretty close. the hawaiian name for miranda is kalehala or milannka either one will work and it does not matter how the name mirnda is spelled
Why do you think it should be different from the American one?
only one: hau
It sounds like a bad attempt at someone who didn't know the hawaiian language trying to give someone a Hawaiian name. Technically it means, heavenly number one. 'ekahi being the number 1 and lani being Heavenly. I think someone was trying to say 'heavenly one (not number)' but didn't understand that there was no translation for that in Hawaiian. a Hawaiian would be more inclined to give a name like kamalani which means heavenly child/person.
If you really think about it, sign language and speaking by using our voices [or possibly writing] is the only communications we have with another, to interact with one another.
Hawaii is the northern corner of the Polynesian Triangle and is generally included in Oceania, though politically it is part of the United States. The Hawaiian language is a Polynesian member of the Oceanic language family, and Hawaiian culture is one of the major cultures of Polynesia.
Ahem. Since Wyoming is in America, its national language is English, same as all other states in the US. Sound good? That's if you disregard the fact that only 30 states have English as the official language and Hawaii has Hawaiian as one official language. Granted, the majority of the population does speak English, for now.
I think it's only one,I'm not sure. The only word is "Facetious"
The answer is sixty Sixty is not one syllable. Six-ty. It is two syllables. I think the answer is twelve.
Yes I neither am of Hawaiian descent nor do I live in Hawaii. But I believe that Hawaii has every right to develop and thrive in its native language. I sincerely sympathize with the cause and hopefully one day we may be able to see a Hawaiian revitalization project in effect that Hawaii develops similar policies to that of the Francophones in Canada. That is thinking big but who knows one day why now!?! But… Read More
No there is only one language.
There isn't another name for Basketball in Hawaiian. There is only one way of saying it: kinipÅpÅ hÄ«na'i
There is only one alphabet in the Hawaiian alphabet. It is the Latin alphabet for Hawaiian, including the letters: A, E, H, I, K, L, M, N, O, P, U, W, and '
Nobody knows, the language that the person should think is the one that either the parent speaks as you may inherit this language or the first language that you hear, but it will always be a mystery!
The proper name of a favorite king; means the only one or the silent one.
The big Hawaiian island is the only one with active valcanoes because it is over the hotspot that made the islands and the rest moved away from the hotspot
Officially there is no 't' in the Hawaiian alphabet but 't' and 'k' were recognizably interchangeable in Hawaiian. 'T' was a hold-over consonant from Tahitian and other Polynesian language bases. Tamehameha was an acceptable alternative spelling for Kamehameha. In Hawaiian one of the staple plants was the ki plant but most people know it as the ti plant or ti leaves.
The only official language in Uruguay is Spanish and is the only one talked by every Uruguayan.
Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle is one... Hawaiian Monk seal, Hawaiian Owl, Hawaiian Horay Bat are also endangered.
Yes, one can think through pictures and actions. (If you were not born deaf it is unlikely you will be able to do this completely without language.)
i think that there is only one. but i think that its called a pit
New Zealand's aboriginal language is Māori, if one is referring only to the main islands. As an Eastern Polynesian language (specifically in the Tahitic branch), Māori is a relative of the Māori varieties of the Cooks Islands, of Tahitian, of Hawaiian, and of the Rapa Nui language of Easter Island. As a Malayo-Polynesian language, Māori is distantly related to Tagalog of the Philippines, Malagasy of Madagascar, and the Indonesian language. Through the overarching Austronesian language… Read More
A low level language is one where there are only a few (or even only one) instruction(s) per line of code. Assembler is an example of a low level language.
It doesn't matter what language you born in. Your thoughts will be in your native language. But when you change languages, you will think in the more dominate one.
I think it's to Show How Your Boyfriend Really Cares About You From his Body language and that He's showing You he is always there for you and YOU ARE TAKEN BY THE ONE AND ONLY WHICH IS HIM
Language is one possible type of communication (think general to specific).
A country is bilingual if more than one language is spoken. There are not countries where their is only one language is spoken.
It is the Humuhumunukunukuapua'a. Just break it down. pronounced the way it's spelled: Humu-humu-nuku-nuku-apu-a-a. Another Answer: In the Hawaiian Culture and Language syllables contain only ONE CONSONANT! So the word would be broken up as: Hu mu hu mu nu ku nu ku apua a
wale no [vwa-lay no] --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Hawaiian alphabet only has 13 letters. A, E, I, O, U, H, K, L, M, N, P, W and (') the 'okina which is a short break between vowels thereby pronouncing the one prior and the one later separately.
This appears to be an internet myth. There are no countries in Africa that speak only one language. The country with the fewest languages is probably Rwanda.
yes, you can see one hawaiian island from another
Aloha, I am a fluent Hawaiian Language speaker and have lived in Hawaiʻi my whole life. To start off, there are two different symbols used in the Hawaiian Language: 1. Kahakō: The kahakō is the symbol you see just above the ʻOʻ in "Kahakō." It elongates a vowel sound and can ONLY be placed over vowels. Just by putting one over a vowel could change the meaning of a word or may be a nonexistent… Read More
No they can only speak one language and speak Chinese
i think it does i can only think of one he
At the moment, one. However, ALL of the Hawaiian Islands were formed by volcanoes. Only one is still active.
Aloha: hoʻokahi wale nō 'oe [ho oh-ka-hee va-lay no o-A] (one and only you)
France has more than one language. I have friends in the Ariege whose mother tongue is Occitan; they still speak it en famille. Almost all inhabitants of Brittany speak Breton as a first language, learning French at school. France has only one official language.
there is one youtube and one youtube only but you can change the language
The countries in Europe with French as an official language are France, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Switzerland. Of these, France is the only one with French as the only official language.
When used as a male name it means righteous. When used in common language is means righteous with the aina (land). At one with the land. Caretaker of the land
The standard sign language in Hawaii is American Sign Language. Old Hawai'i Sign Language (also called Pidgin Sign language or Hoailona ʻŌlelo o Hawaiʻi) is spoken by less than 30 people and is critically endangered.
Assembly language has only one role: to write machine-dependant code.
Everybody speaks the same language, or a country with only one native language
Some people think we need a universal language. However, the world is just fine with its separate cultures and languages. People have tried to make up a universal language, such as Dr. Zamenhof, a Polish doctor who in 1871 made up a language called Esperanto. Zamenhof made Esperanto an easy language to learn; there are only a few rules and exceptions while English has quite a few. Also, the last letter in the word tells… Read More
it comes from a Hawaiian back ground that is the one and only name that can be used for island princesses, you have to be crowned as one of these and have a special slave.