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
what does ha'ena mean in the Hawaiian language
Aloha: Answer: You say Pau or Pau 'ana (pow or pow-ah-nah).
It means breath of life in hawaiian language.
All = Äpau
Pau is one of the most commonly used words in the Samoan language which basically means to finish or destroy.
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".
This is not a Hawaiian word. The Hawaiian language does not contain the letter "R".