Basic meaning for the Hawaiian word Malama is To care
Mahalo in Hawaiian means that you are very thankful for something that some one else does..... However it also means Hello or goodbye
Thank you in the Hawaiian language is Mahalo.
It is properly spelled mahalo, and it means "thank you".
Aloha: Take care of each other
Mahalo is the Hawaiian word for thank you. It did not originally mean exactly thank you but instead can mean thanks, gratitude, praise, esteem or admiration.
Until next time, take care
"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, carefully
Mahalo means thank you!
Aloha. You probably mean 'mahalo' which is simply thank you. So, the next time some says "Mahalo" to you, smile and say, "He mea ʻole [hey may uh olay]" (you're welcome). A hui hou (until next time)
Kylee still doesn't mean anything, even if it can be translated. Mahalo! Aloha: CORRECTED: If you mean the name Kylee, there are 2 rtanslations in HI`ian.... 1- Kile (kee-lay), and 2- Kileni (kee-lay-nee) There is no Y in the Hawaiian alphabet. You need a Hawaiian word to have a Hawaiian meaning.