Hawaiian Word Of The Day

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Koko

  Hawaiian Word: Makahiki

  Hawaiian word of the day: “La”

  Hawaiian word of the day: Kaona

  Hawaiian word of the day: Onipa’a

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Hoahānau

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  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Kaikuaʻana

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Ohana

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Moʻopuna

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Palekana

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Koko

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Ua

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Ewe

The Hawaiian Word of the Day is Ewe.

  Hawaiian word of the day - Onipaa

Our Hawaiian word of the day is ?Onipa?a .The word ?Onipa?a can be split between the words "?oni" which means to shake or shift and "pa?a" which means affixed or set solid. When combined the word ?Onipa?a means to be steadfast, set solid and immovable. Like the ?Opihi on the rocks, he stays ?onipa?a when the large waves crash upon him. The word ?Onipa?a was the motto of Queen Lili?u?okalani. Although her reign was cut short in 1893, she remains an enduring symbol o...

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Moananuiakea

?Auhea na holo moana o ke kai. ?O Laiana Kanoa-Wong keia me ka hua ?olelo o ka la. Our Hawaiian word of the day is "Moananuiakea" e ?olelo pu kakou "Moananuiakea." Kuli?u ho?i! Moananuiakea is one way of referring to the vast oceanic body of water that is also known as the Pacific.  Used in the sentence, "Na ka Moananuiakea e ho?opili mai ia kakou" which is translated as "The Moananuiakea is what connects all of us." Moananuiakea is the gre...

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Elieli

Aloha e na a?a kupa?a o ka honua. ?O Laiana Kanoa-Wong keia me ka hua?olelo o ka la. Our Hawaiian word of the day is "?Eli?eli" e hoa?o pu kakou, "?Eli?eli." Kupono! The word ?Eli?eli is a reduplication of the word ?eli which means to dig, ?eli?eli is figuratively used to describe something firmly rooted, profound...

  Hawaiian word of the day: Olai

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Pele