What does imua mean in hawaiian?
imua means like strong or go forward
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"Malama pono" is short for "e malama pono," and expresses "take good care," with "of yourself" understood. In this instance, "e" is the hortative particle, signifying an imperative. "Malama" (with a kahako over the first a) = vt. care for, tend, protect "Pono" = vs. completely, properly, caref…ully ( Full Answer )
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Smart I suppose . I don't now what it means in hawaiian but i know that it means "my baby", dont know what languange though. Alana means fair in hawaiian.
Kiana may mean; squirting water, his/her tree, the colors purple,crimson, scarlet, rust, pink, or green, striped or plain, or theprotector of spirits.
Darlene is not a Hawaiian name; therefore it does not have a Hawaiian meaning. English names have English meanings, Hawaiian names have Hawaiian meanings.
oogalaaaaa boogalaaaaaaaaa!. this name in hawaiian is pronounced somewhat the same, it is a sounding of. " mayyrissya" and it is closer to the spanish pronounciation
"Imua Na Koa" which means "Go Forward Warriors". Imua means "To go Forward" and Na Koa, is Hawaiian for "Warriors"
Noun: A native or inhabitant of Hawaii. Adjective: Of or relating to Hawaii, its people, or their language.
Katie in Hawaiian is Keke [kay-kay]. This can have 2 meanings; a person who lives in Hawaii when it iswinter at their other home (a Hawaiian snowbird), and a person whomakes others feel welcomed.
Kana = tens (when combined with the numbers 3 - 9 in order to form the words for 30 - 90)
Cultures are often defined by their musical heritage. In Hawaii, the last few generations of the Kings and Queens to rule the country were avid supporters of the ukulele and wrote and performed with this instrument. To the people of Hawaii, it takes them back to a different time frame, one in which …they ruled their own country without the influence of big business and commercialism. ( Full Answer )
holo = speeding; moving quickly. There is no such word for imua. "Always moving forward" ?
1. Kealohilani - heavenly sparkle 2. Kawieli - little nesting bird............ both are names for Xavier in HI
1. High place; strong, stout, bold. 2. Seal, deed, patent, brand; sealed; to fix a seal. 3. Steel, knife blade,
There is no such word. If you mean kaila (with an I), it is style or fashion.
to snap, crackle, and pop.... seriously : ) 2. it also is a type of berry
You must mean shaka... hi, what's up, that's cool, friends, hang loose (take it easy; be cool), etc.
1 - ka wai written like this is the water; the living force or movement; the light (life), etc. 2 - kÄwai written like this is liquor (especially if it is softened) Both are pronounced ka v-I
Warmth or heat. If there is an accent over the first a, then it is twins or double and is said 'may-ha-na' instead of 'ma-ha-na'.
In Hawaiian, the name Aka means- affectionate. Also it can be a name for a girl.
Aloha: Circle or group; can be like a specified area (ex: Pohai Nani [beautiful place] is the name of a well known retirement home for seniors).
Aloha: One of those words...... 1. uha - intestine 2. Å«hÄ - an eel 3. 'uha - wasteful (see the accent in front of the word?) 4. Ê»ÅªhÄ - (with the accent and the lines over the letters) - thigh, lap, or foster parent/guardian
Aloha: Words in HI'ian often have multiple meanings. This is usually used to mean an unrelated or unspecified amount of time; also a long rest / repose.
Aloha: Ka - the, ua - rainy, 'i - isle... kaua'i [kawa ee] - the rainy island
To take, transport, carry, bring, haul, fetch, undertake, accept (as a duty), make off with, acquire, and to become.
This is not a Hawaiian word. The Hawaiian language does not contain the letter "R".
Aloha: 1.nou - to throw; 2. no'u - short and plump; 3. nou (with an accent over the u) - to soak or drench with water
Aloha: 1. Wise man - Ê»Elemakule Ê»imi loa [A-lay-mahkoolay ee-mee lo-ah] 2. Plant - Kako [kah-ko]
LOH: Say kokoleka mÄkuÊ»e [koko-laykah maykoo A] or moreso kokoleka no. Know that mocha is a brand, and HI'ians are just as likely to say "kokoleka mocha".
It is Hawaiian slang for going around to lots of different places, sort of like the Australian idea of Walk about, or just to take a joy ride..
"UA MAU KE EA O KA ÄINA I KA PONO," ("The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness") This means that the spirit of Hawai`i is kept by the pride of its people.
Aloha: 1- White, or a fair-complexioned person, 2- Breast milk, or 3- A sugar cane
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.
Aloha: Answer - No, unfortunately. There is no direct translation, actually, but it is kind of used to mean 'little one'.
Aloha: ATTENTION: Sorry I missed the question. Danieele in HI`ian is Kaniele (kah-nee-ay-lay), and it has 2 meanings: . Little Beautiful Voice (or sound) . Little Beautiful One (born wednesday, thurs, fri, or saturday)
Aloha: It is 'the way (as in both a road or as in a way of life), and also is 'strong fragrance'.
Aloha: Wow! A complicated word! Haan has many, many meanings in Hawai`i depending upon its usage, including; use, things, feelings, people, smells, and many more.
Aloha: Of course, the most popular meanings are: dance, dance moves, or a song that the dance is done to/with. If you put a dashed accent over the last 'a' though when you are writing, it changes to 'hoo-lay', and it means to pierce and penetrate, expel, or reject.
Aloha: 1. the fish 2. to carve or engrave 3. to plan or budget. I know; Crazy, huh?
Aloha: The sound of the wind. (not the sound that the wind makes, but it means "the sound of the wind")
Aloha: Funny word because although it usually means head prayer giver or like a town crier, it can also mean sorcerer. : D Go figure, right?
Aloha: It doesn't 'mean' anything. If you mean how is Thomas said in Hawai`ian, it is Koma.
Aloha, I am a fluent Hawaiian Language speaker and have lived in HawaiÊ»i my whole life. To start off, there are two different symbols used in the Hawaiian Language: 1. KahakÅ: The kahakÅ is the symbol you see just above the Ê»OÊ» in "KahakÅ." 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 word. Some refer to it as "KÅ." However, "KÅ" also means sugar cane... 2. Ê»Okina: An Ê»okina is the symbol used just before the Ê»OÊ» in "Ê»Okina". I like to think of it as a backwards apostrophe. Because an Ê»okina and apostrophe are facing different directions. It can only be used before a vowel or between two vowels. An few examples are koÊ»u, paÊ»akikÄ«, and Ê»ike. As you can see with Ê»okina and Ê»ike, it can also be put at the beginning of a word. In Hawaiian, it is considered a letter. The letters are: A E I O U H K L M N P W Ê». In English, an Ê»okina is called a glottal stop. It has a distinct sound. ( Full Answer )
Aloha: There is no such word. If you mean lua.... 1. Hole, pit, grave, den, cave, mine, crater. 2. Toilet, outhouse, bathroom, cellar. 3. Two, second, secondary, twice, deuce, double; doubly, much, a great deal. 4. Equal, likeness, duplicate copy, match. 5. n. Friend, mate.
Aloha: The arch [over] there (like in a rainbow, for example). In some conversation, it could also be 'then married'. Strange, I know. : )
Sorry, I do have a Hawaiian name, but I will not say what it means. A very small portion of my name and what I go by is "Ku'i" (koo-[short pause]-ee) or "kick" in English.
If broken down, it becomes ke 'alohi or the shining, the sparkle, the glittering, the brilliance.
If broken down to each word, it becomes kÅ« ke'a ka lani or the standing crucifix of heaven. A possible kaona (hidden meaning) of the name is one who stands firm in the faith of the Lord.
1. to grow (like a new plant or a teen boy's beard) 2. to ask something indirectly.
IMPROVED: Aloha: There is no real word translation for this. It is a popular name (like the name of the famous singer Uncle Gabby). Gabrielle