Hawaiian Word Of The Day

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Oiwi

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Mo’i

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Palekana

  Hawaiian Word: Maiau

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Hoailona

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Koko

Continued Coverage

  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

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Kaikuaʻana

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Ohana

The word ʻOhana means family.

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Moʻopuna

Our Hawaiian word of the day is moʻopuna meaning grandchild, or loved one.

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Palekana

The word palekana means to be safe and protected. Palekana is also used to ward off danger and express the actions of being safe.

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Koko

The koko is a carrying net, this net was used for hanging ʻumeke or calabashes so that you could keep food off the floor and out of the reach of the ʻiole or rat.

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Ua

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Ewe

  Hawaiian word of the day - Onipaa

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Moananuiakea

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Elieli

  Hawaiian word of the day: Olai

  Hawaiian Word of the Day: Pele

Aloha e na pua lehua wewehi o Hawai?i. ?O Laiana Kanoa-Wong keia me ka hua?olelo o ka la. Our Hawaiian word of the day is "Pele" eia hou "Pele." Hu ka nani! Pele is our Hawaiian word for volcanoes and the magma that flows from these volcanoes. Pele is also the name of the revered goddess of our volcanoes...