It means breath of life in hawaiian language.
This is not a Hawaiian word. The Hawaiian language does not contain the letter "R".
It means the same in Hawaiian as in any other language.
That isn't a Hawaiian word. A rule for the Hawaiian language is that no word can end with a consonant.
Do you mean Aloha? (Hawaiian)
Catherine Haena Kim is 5' 4".
The word imani does not mean anything in the Hawaiian language. The word imani is a Swahili name that means faith and it is the word for the last day of Kwanzaa.
I believe you mean 'wahine' which is woman or female.
Thank you in the Hawaiian language is Mahalo.
it literally means: the heaven
Catherine Haena Kim goes by CK.
Malihini means tourist or a newcomer
Yes, Hawaiian is an official language of the state of Hawaii.
It's not Kenyan, it's Hawaiian! And... "Kenyan" is not a language.
Kilinahe in the Hawaiian language means "light rain".
Aloha: to slowly fade away or disappear
The word Dakine in the Hawaiian language mean 'a word your cannot think of' So should you forget a word during a conversation the word dakine can be used to replace the word you have forgotten.
Catherine Haena Kim's birth name is Catherine Hae Na Kim.
Stephen has no meaning in the Hawaiian language, but it is pronounced Kewane.
In the Hawaiian language: banana of the sea
Aloha:my little flower (an affectionate nickname for a sweetheart)
Catherine Haena Kim was born on May 19, 1984, in Queens, New York, USA.
Obama has no meaning in Hawaiian. The word itself is a proper name of Kenyan origin, probably from the Luo language of his biological father.
The Hawaiian language was formed before they were introduced to Christianity... ergo, there isn't a word for "amen" in that language.
Hawaiian isn't a language.