This is not a Hawaiian word. The Hawaiian language does not contain the letter "R".
"Shahoney" has no meaning in Hawaiian. This is not a Hawaiian word.
That isn't a Hawaiian word. A rule for the Hawaiian language is that no word can end with a consonant.
shaka has no meaning in Hawaiian. It's not a Hawaiian word.
Friend in Hawaiian is Hoaaloha
Kai = Ocean in Hawaiian
Aloha: This is not a Hawaiian word or name. It is Japanese.
There is no such word. If you mean kaila (with an I), it is style or fashion.
inion is not a real word, so it has no meaning in Hawaiian.
Basic meaning for the Hawaiian word Malama is To care
Absolutely nothing, no Hawaiian word ends in a consonant.
heneliaka is not a native Hawaiian word. It might be a foreign name written with Hawaiian letters.
The word imani does not mean anything in the Hawaiian language. The word imani is a Swahili name that means faith and it is the word for the last day of Kwanzaa.
Are you asking how do you say mischievous in Hawaiian? The closest is "Kolohe"
Do you mean Aloha? (Hawaiian)
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.
Fat translated in Hawaiian is momona which also means "delicious!"
-mia is a suffix usually indicating the passive voice in Hawaiian
The word "Bella" means "Beautiful". The origin is actually Italian, not Hawaiian.