What does Aloha no kakou mean?
aloha = love, greetings, farewell
no = if it's just "no" without a horizontal line over the "o", it can mean "from"
if there is a line, it means "indeed"
kakou = us (3 or more people), can also mean "all of us"
Aloha no kakou: Love/Greetings from us/all of us.
(With a line over the "o" in "no"): Love/Greetings indeed to us/all of us.
you say aloha Aloha does mean Hello. But to say Hello All, use the phrase "Aloha Kakou". That means Hello to you and me.
Aloha: See you soon; see you later; until next time, etc.
Aloha: Answer: Tricky.... 1. As a greeting, it is hello, but only to family/loved ones 2. As a statement, it is our love (ex: Aloha kakou e ho'omake ana 'a'ole [aloha kah-koh ay ho-oh-ma-kay ah-nah ah oh-lay]... Our love will never die)
until we meet again,with the warmth of my love
Aloha: Take care, until we all meet again.
If there is just you and another person, the proper greeting is "aloha kaua"- Greetings to you and I. If there are more people, then the proper greeting is "aloha kakou" - Greeting to us all. The really short easy version is just "aloha".
Until we all meet again, come visit again with truly warm aloha, friend.
Aloha: Say: paha kakou hoʻi hou aku [paha kay-ko ho'ee ho ah-koo]
It says "that love outfit"
Aloha e aloha
E 'ai kakou. (but there should be a kahako or straight line above the "a" in "kakou") E 'ai kakou. (but there should be a kahako or straight line above the "a" in "kakou")
Kakou Senda was born in 1924.
Kakou Senda died in 2000.
Élie Kakou was born in 1960.
Stephane Kakou was born in 1988.
Élie Kakou died in 1999.
Ohana = family Aloha = Aloha Aloha 'ohana = Aloha from our family to us, and from us to our family (greeting). 'Ohana aloha = A family with the spirit of aloha.
Take Care, Until we meet again
Aloha: It is 'much love'.
Aloha: My love
"Ku'u aloha" is Hawaiian for "You're my love".
Ekahi Aloha means One Love.
Elie Kakou died on June 10, 1999, in Paris, France of lung cancer.
Aloha: hoʻoleʻaleʻe a kaua a hawai`i nei (or) hoʻoleʻaleʻa kakou e a hawai`i nei [ho ohlay ahlay A ah kay-ooah ah ha-vw-I ee nay] or [ka-koh].
With warm (or warmest) aloha (love or affection)
Hawaiian to English: aloha ka ko
You must mean 'Aloha, 'aina'. What you wrote is "Greetings bending or sloping". Aloha, 'aina is "Greetings, friend".
E hele kakou! ( the "a" in kakou has a macron or "line" over it". Pronounced kah-co (co as in cold)
Have good health and prosperity and not to have diarrhea-causing fruits.
I believe this means hello royal sweetheart. aloha=hello lani can mean royal kuuipo=sweetheart I believe this means hello royal sweetheart. aloha=hello lani can mean royal kuuipo=sweetheart
Hawaiian believe that Aloha means almost every greeting. 'Hello' and 'Hi' are the most common meanings of Aloha. Laurenily.
IMPROVED: Aloha: "Aloha `auinala" means "Good Afternoon." I'm not certain what "ho`ohau`oli" means. It is "Be happy".
Aloha means hello in this case. Pehea'oe would be similar to a person asking how are you?
Aloha au ia 'oe means I Love You in Hawaiian
Aloha: Hmmm, not familiar with this phrase. : /
it means Good Afternoon. Aloha Ka Ka Hiaka - Good Morning, Aloha Ahi Ahi - Good evening Etc
Aloha: A redhead
Aloha: It is dance.
Aloha: It is airplane.
Farewell to Thee.
Aloha: to be happy
Do you mean Aloha? (Hawaiian)
Aloha: Did you mean 'puni' hana? This is "the love of my beloved home" or "the love of my beloved Hana (as in the place called Hana)"
Aloha: You probably mean 'how do you say hello in Hawai`ian' because hello (if it existed in HI`ian, would mean hello). In HI, you say aloha for hello and bye.
Aloha can mean hello, goodbye, or I love you. Nui loa basically means very much. Together they mean I love you very much.