What does the word Hawaiian mean?

What does the word Hawaiian mean?

1 : a native or resident of Hawaii especially : one of Polynesian ancestry. Note: In Hawaii, the word Hawaiian is understood as an ethnic designation for a native person of Polynesian descent, and its use in the more general sense “a resident of Hawaii” is considered an error.

What Keiki means?

1 Hawaii : child. 2 Hawaii : an immature plant.

What is kai in Hawaiian?

In Hawaiian, Kai is a unisex name which means “sea” in Hawaiian language or “ocean”. In Japanese, kai has a number of meanings, including “ocean” (海), “shell” (貝), “restoration” and “recovery”.

How do you spell Kolohe?

hoʻo. kolohe To do mischief, play pranks, etc.; to cause to be mischievous; to disturb, annoy; to do amusing things to create laughter; funny, humorous, comical, mischievous.

What does ehu mean in Hawaii?

[Hawaiian Dictionary(Hwn to Eng)] ehu.ehu. 1. nvs. Animation varying from fury and storm to power and majesty; violent, furious, powerful, animated; violence, fury, anger, majesty, animation.

What does noelani mean in Hawaiian?

heavenly mist

What does heavenly flower mean?

Gender: Female. Origin: Hawaiian. Meaning: Heavenly Flower/Child Of Royalty.

What does Nolani mean?

Beautiful one from heaven

What does noelani mean in Hebrew?

Meaning: Heavenly Mist Or Dew.

Is noelani a boy or girl name?

Noelani as a girl’s name is of Hawaiian origin meaning “mist of heaven”.

How do you pronounce Nalani?

  1. Phonetic spelling of Nalani. nalani. Naa-LAA-Niy.
  2. Meanings for Nalani. Silence of the heavens. Serenity of the skys.
  3. Examples of in a sentence. Nalani Johnson case: Doctors rule homicide in death of toddler allegedly kidnapped by Uber driver.

What does Nani mean in Samoan?

Hawaiian English
nani beautiful; pretty

How do you say G in Samoan?

The Samoan G is pronounced like the ‘ng’ in the middle of ‘hanger’ or ‘singer’.

How do you greet Samoan?

The typical greeting among friends and family is a hug and kiss on the cheek. When greeting friends and family, usually one would use their first name followed by “Talofa” (“Hello”).