Aloha mai kākou! I kēia lā, e ho'opa'a ana au i kēia mau hua'ōlelo hou.
Yes, I understand. - 'Ae, maopopo ia'u.
I don't understand. - 'A'ole maopopo ia'u.
orange (color) - 'alani
grey - hinahina
Yes, that's right. - 'Ae, pololei.
pandanus leaf - lau hala
craft - hana no'eau
a Hawaiian craft - he hana no'eau Hawai'i
to weave, plait - ulana
That's not the question. - 'A'ole kēlā ka nīnau.
minister, priest, pastor, preacher - kahuna pule
dolphin - mahimahi
post office - hale leka
rainy land - 'āina ua
owl - pueo
gourd rattle with feathers on the top - 'ulī'ulī
there is, there are, there - aia
Where is the house? - Aia i hea ka hale?
My school is in Oahu. - Aia ko'u kula ma O'ahu.
party - pā'ina
The party is on Friday. - Aia ka pā'ina ma ka Pō'alima.
Where's my car? - Aia i hea ko'u ka'a?
Where's the book? - Aia i hea ka puke?
which house - ka hale hea
here is, here are, here - eia
Present. (as response to roll call) - Eia.
Here you are!, So you have come! - Eia 'oe!
Here's your pen. (handing, giving) - Eia kāu peni.
depending on H - aia i H
As you want., It's up to you., Suit yourself. - Aia iā 'oe.