What does mahalo ame a hui hou mean in Hawaiian Also what does malama pono mean as well?
Mahalo- Thank you
A hui hou- See you later
Malama pono- Be good or take care
Mahalo, a hui hou malama pono: Thank you, take care until we meet again.
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.
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.
Aloha: Take care of each other
It is properly spelled mahalo, and it means "thank you".
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
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.
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You mean mahalo. It is thank you.
I think you mean Mahalo- which is "Thank you"
It means twisted or braided, but is also a famous Hawaiian explorer.
In Hawaiian, the name Aka means- affectionate. Also it can be a name for a girl.
Fat translated in Hawaiian is momona which also means "delicious!"
Take Care, Until we meet again
Melia is the Hawaiian word for plumeria, a flowering tree. i also thik it is hawaiian for mary.
Nonie is Hawaiian. It means 'island girl' (naitve). It can also mean a little flower.
Aloha; Thank you very much
Aloha: Take care (like when someone is leaving); go with care; etc.
I think you're trying to put hoa as the middle word. Mahalo hoa aloha means thank you friend or thank you oh person for whom I care.
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.
Kiwi in Hawaiian means bent, curved, (especially horns), hooked, turned, distorted or also a word for T.V.
Wiki is a Hawaiian word for 'fast'. It can also stand for 'What I Know Is'.
E kala mai. It also can mean "excuse me."
Yellow or blonde. It is also the name of a particular star.
Whats Ariana mean an Hawaiian
"Shahoney" has no meaning in Hawaiian. This is not a Hawaiian word.
Caitlyn has no meaning in Hawaiian. Only Hawaiian names have meaning in Hawaiian.
Isabella has no meaning in Hawaiian. Only Hawaiian names have meaning in Hawaiian.
It's another name for "Victoria". It also means to conquer or victory.
to snap, crackle, and pop.... seriously : ) 2. it also is a type of berry
Hannah has no meaning in Hawaiian. Only Hawaiian names have meaning in Hawaiian.
Shane has no meaning in Hawaiian. Only Hawaiian names have meaning in Hawaiian.
shaka has no meaning in Hawaiian. It's not a Hawaiian word.
Nicole has no meaning in Hawaiian. Only Hawaiian names have meaning in Hawaiian. But you can write Nicole as "Nikoli" in Hawaiian.
Natalie has no meaning in Hawaiian. Only Hawaiian names have meaning in Hawaiian. But you can spell it: Nakali
"A hui hou" means 'til next time, or see you later. "malama pono" means to take great care or TLC.
Klona has no meaning in Hawaiian.
Kahakai = Beach in Hawaiian
Ryan has no meaning in Hawaiian
"Jan" has no meaning in Hawaiian.
Kellie has no meaning in Hawaiian.
Chayna has no meaning in Hawaiian.
Alena has no meaning in Hawaiian.
Chi has no meaning in Hawaiian.
eleniki has no meaning in Hawaiian.
Morgan has no meaning in Hawaiian.
Not sure it is Hawaiian.