What does pau mean in the hawaiian language?
Pau is a very commonly used word here in Hawaiʻi. Pau is one of the most famous words in Hawaii as well as aloha, maika'i, and hana. Pau is to finish/destroy or to be finished/destroyed, as well as done. I'm pau with my work! (I'm finished with my work!") just use pau to replace finish or done... Are you done with you chores? Are you pau with your chores?
pau - it means done, finished
Finished with work
Meaning is blessing
I think you mean Pau pronounced Pow. It means done. Pa'u Hana (pronounced "pow hana") is a Hawaiian phrase literally meaning, "finished work",
CORRECTED: This is "everyone" (as in Aloha apau... hello, everybody) Do you mean all pau? A lot of hawaiians/locals use the term "all pau" which means "all done or all finish".
It means breath of life in hawaiian language.
Pau is one of the most commonly used words in the Samoan language which basically means to finish or destroy.
This is not a Hawaiian word. The Hawaiian language does not contain the letter "R".
Aloha: Answer: You say Pau or Pau 'ana (pow or pow-ah-nah).
That isn't a Hawaiian word. A rule for the Hawaiian language is that no word can end with a consonant.
All = Äpau
Do you mean Aloha? (Hawaiian)
To go to come?
Water of Lea
Mahalo no kau hana a pau
pau 'ole [pow oh-lay]
pau ia [pow ee-ah]
pau loa [pow lo-ah]
I believe you mean 'wahine' which is woman or female.
Thank you in the Hawaiian language is Mahalo.
it literally means: the heaven
In Hawaii local people just say "pau"
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.
Malihini means tourist or a newcomer
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
E maikaʻi ana nā mea a pau.
Pau! Hele i kauhale [pow! hay-lay ee cow-ha-lay] Pau hana (pow hah-nah)
The Hawaiian language doesn't contain the letters B or T, so Beth can't be a Hawaiian word... so it doesn't mean anything in Hawaiian. If you're interesting in how the name Beth is translated into in Hawaiian... Beth = Peka Bethany = Pekani Elizabeth = Elikapeka
Aloha:my little flower (an affectionate nickname for a sweetheart)
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.
kolepa pau pū (or) just pau pū [ko-lay-pa pow poo] There might be some slang term other than this (I do not play golf) : )
Kapu means rules. Thank you for posting and have a good day :)
Pau is a town south-west of France
Yes, Hawaiian is an official language of the state of Hawaii.
Aloha, I am a fluent Hawaiian Language speaker and have lived in Hawaiʻi my whole life. A Kahuna is a preist. For more hawaiian language translations either from hawaiian to english or vice versa, I would recommend going to wehewehe.com and type the word in either language in the bar. Click e hull (go) and look for the correct spelling of the word. If youʻd like to confirm, you may type in kahuna and it… Read More
Stephen has no meaning in the Hawaiian language, but it is pronounced Kewane.
Pau is the name of a city in northeastern Spain. It has no actual meaning.
Aloha: The goodness, meaning, or essence of the language
Aloha: Answer: You say Mahalo. Pau 'ana (ma-ha-low. Pow ah-nah) It is also ok to just say Pau after mahalo (thank you), but adding the 'ana is better.
Aloha: Pau 'ana or ho'opau (noun or verb) [pow 'ahna] or [ho oh pow]
People in Hawaii speaks the Hawaiian language along with the English language. Hawaiian language is considered to be a Polynesian language that most natives of Hawaii speak.
They spoke Hawaiian.
godmother in hawaiian
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.
'E komo mai' means 'Welcome' in the Hawaiian language.
To bring to life language nest, it is the title of an organization that is trying to bring the Hawaiian language back to it's people.
It's a name in the Hawaiian Language. Just like A French name is a name in the French language.