Ke akua pu means in Hawaiian - God Be With Us
kala mai ia'u: excuse me mahalo ke akua: thanks be to God
I am not familiar with the first word "he" but Aloha ke akua is "God is love" in Hawaiian.
Ke Akua me ke Aloha
God is love
Mahalo nui ke akua
Ke Akua pū me ʻoukou
God is love
A blessing from God
how do you say in hawaii
Love of God is a loving right and privilege.... but, the question is incorrect. I could not fix it for some reason. It should simply be "Ka Aloha ke Akua ke aloha kuleana."
Aloha: 1. Ke aloha o ke Hale Akua [kay aloha o kay ha-lay ahkoo-ah] 2. Ke kalakia o ke Hale Akua [... kala-kee-ah... ]
Ke Akua Hoomaikai Oe
He keiki au no ke Akua
Na keiki o ke akua
Love of God. God is love. God is love. Or more accurately, aloha (the breath of life) is god.
"The generosity of a good heart," basically hospitality.
Aloha wau iā'oe, e ke Akua
Depends on what "God" you are referring to. If you mean the Catholic/Christian God, then it's just God. If you mean a god in general, it is akua. Love is aloha, quite obviously. If you wish to say "Love to you" that would be Aloha Kaua. To say "God is Love" you would say Aloha ke Akua.
It depends on how it is used. But it would mean a God, goddess, spirit, ghost, corpse or devil. One of those things just depending on how it is used in a sentence. Like if yu say mahalo ke akua it means thank the god. It all depends on the sentence structure.
Maika'i ke Akua [my-ka-ee kay Ah-koo-ah]
Aloha. One would say, "Ke Akua hāʻawi aloha no". A hui hou.
Aloha: Kānāwai o ke Akua [kaynayv-I O kay Ahkooah]
'Alo au i ke Akua ['Ah-lo ah-oo ee kay Ah-koo-ah]