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Contributions of a Venerable Savage to the Ancient History of the Hawaiian Islands.

By: Remy, Jules, 1826-1893

... the missionaries, Messrs. Ellis, Thurston, Bishop, and Goodrich, in 1823. -- No.4: Contributions of a venerable savage to the ancient history of the Hawaiian Islands. -- No.5: Lecture before the Honolulu Lyceum, delivered at the "Bethel" Church, on the evening of March 12, 1858. -- No.6: Kapiolani, the heroine of Hawaii, or, a triumph of grace at the Sandwich Islands...

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A short synopsis of the most essential points in Hawaiian grammar

By: Alexander, W. D. (William de Witt), 1833-1913
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Grammar of the Hawaiian Language

By: Andrews, Lorrin, 1795-1868

...L. ANDREWS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org HAWAIIAN LANGUA Title: GRAMMAR OF THE HAWAIIAN LANGUA Author: L. ANDRE... ...AIIAN LANGUA Title: GRAMMAR OF THE HAWAIIAN LANGUA Author: L. ANDREWS Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World Public Li... ...es, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the pub... ...... ..., - - . « 241 The Syllable Ai, Examples, . . u ^42 Sec INTRODUCTION. § 1. Language, in all parts of the earth, is ttie princi- pal medium ofcommunica... ... have the faculty oi speech; that is, of uttering articulate sounds. §, 2, Language is the medium of communicating ideas in two ways : 1st, by the use... ...s merely to draw out with some particularity the leading principles of the Hawaiian dialect. By Hawaiian dialect is meant the gen- jeral language of t... ...ready mixing -with foreign idioms and introducing foreign words. § 12. The Hawaiian Dialect was reduced to writing t)y the Missionaries of the A. B. C... ...rinted in January, 1822. Since that time the •works printed for the use of Hawaiians in their own lang- uage amounted -to about 6,415 continuous pages...

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Introduction to Hawaiian Grammar

By: Alexander, W. D. (William de Witt), 1833-1913
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Hawaiian Phrase Book; No Huaolelo a Me Na Olelo Kikeke Ma Ka Olelo Beritania a Me Ka Olelo Hawaii

By: John Harris Soper, Hawaiian News Co. Ltd
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The Gospel According to John, In Parallel Columns: English and Hawaiian. Ka Euanelio I Kakauia E Ioane

By: Hawaiian Missionary Society; Hawaiian Missionary Society. Press. (1854)

...UMNS Title: THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO JOHN IN PARALLEL COLUMNS Author: Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World Public Li... ...es, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the pub... ... Al.T. -iU. THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO JOHN, IN PARALLEL COLUMNS: ENGLISH AND HAWAIIAN. KA ^ EUINELIO^ KAKAUIA E IOANE. PRINTED FOR THE A. B. SOCIETY. MI...

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A Dictionary of the Hawaiian Language : To Which Is Appended an English-Hawaiian Vocabulary and a Chronological Table of Remarkable Events

By: Andrews, Lorrin, 1795-1868

...IN ANDREWS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE Title: A DICTIONARY OF THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE Author:... ...S Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE Title: A DICTIONARY OF THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE Author: LORRIN A... ...E Title: A DICTIONARY OF THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE Author: LORRIN ANDREWS Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World Public Li... ...es, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the pub... ...... ...... ...REMARKABLE EVENTS BY LORRIN ANDREWS, S-Tv TO THE FOREIGN RESIDENTS ON THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THE BY TBEIR FELLOW-CITIZEN AND HUMBLE SERVANT. THE AUTHO... ...extended remarks concerning the character, peculiarities and extent of the Hawaiian Language,byway of Preface or Introduction} but the wantofphysical ... ...the manner in which this Dic^onary has come into existence. The History of Hawaiian Lexicography is shgirt. For the first effort the Author will quote...

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He Wahi Olelo Ao No Ka Piliolelo Hawaii (Some Words about Hawaiian Grammar)

By: Rev. C. M. Hyde
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He Kuhikuhi O Ke Kanaka Hawaii (A Guide for Hawaiians)

By: J. W. H. Kauwahi
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Unwritten literature of Hawaii; the sacred songs of the hula collected and translated with notes and an account of the hula

By: Emerson, Nathaniel Bright, 1839-1915
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Grammar of the Hawaiian Language

By: Andrews, Lorrin, 1795-1868; Hawaiian Missionary Society. Press. (1854); Hawaiian Missionary Society

...L. ANDREWS Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE Title: GRAMMAR OF THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE Author: L. A... ...S Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE Title: GRAMMAR OF THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE Author: L. ANDREWS La... ...es, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the pub... ...... ...ition, - - - Sec. 1 — 3 PART 1, ORTHOGRAPHY. Part 1, Orthography, - - - "4 Hawaiian Alphabet, - - - "6 Division of Letters, - - - - "8 — 10 VOWELS. Of... ...marks, --..<' 241 The Syllable Ai, Examples, - - " 242 INTRODUCTION. § 1. Language, in all parts of the earth, is the princi- pal medium ofcommunicat... ...s have the faculty of speech; that is, of uttering articulate sounds. § 2, Language is the medium of communicating ideas in two ways : 1st, by the use... ...s merely to draw out with some particularity the leading principles of the Hawaiian dialect. By Hawaiian dialect is meant the gen- eral language of th... ...lready mixing with foreign idioms and introducing foreign words. § 12. The Hawaiian Dialect w^as reduced to writing t)y the Missionaries of the A. B. ...

Taylor; Hawaiian Club; Martin; Hunnewell; Rodiek; Ballou; Judd

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Aia I Hea

By: Eve Furchgott
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Unwritten Literature of Hawaii; The Sacred Songs of the Hula Collected and Translated with Notes and an Account of the Hula

By: Emerson, Nathaniel Bright, 1839-1915

...ATURE OF HAWAII, THE SACRED SONGS OF THE HULA Author: NATHANIEL B. EMERSON Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literature Publisher: World Public Li... ...es, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other reference works in a number of languages and countries around the world. Our mission is to serve the pub... ...ear the scope of its operations was extended to include the natives of the Hawaiian islands. Funds were not specific- ally provided, however, for pros... ...for, and the present memoir by Doctor Emerson is the first of the Bureau's Hawaiian series. It is expected that this Bulletin will be followed shortly... ...u-kani 132 XX. Thehulaohe 135 XXI. The musicand musical instruments of the Hawaiians 138 XXII. Gesture 176 XXIII. The hula pa-hua •. 183 XXIV. The hul... ...a-ku) 93 X. Pahu hula, hula drum 103 XL T5"li-ulf, a gourd rattle 107 XII. Hawaiian tree-shells (Achatinella * * *) 120 XIII. Lehua (Metrosideros poly... ...* *) 120 XIII. Lehua (Metrosideros polymorpha) flowers and leaves 126 XIV. Hawaiian trumpet, pu (Cassis madagascarensis) 131 XV. Woman playing on the ... ...d lover of human nature, back of the sensuous posturings, in the emotional language of the songs he will find him- self entering the playground of the... ...le away the hours of idleness. The library was stored in one's memory. The language of the mele, which now has become antiquated, then was familiar sp...

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Ao Kiko

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Unwritten Literature of Hawaii; The Sacred Songs of the Hula Collected and Translated with Notes and an Account of the Hula

By: Emerson, Nathaniel Bright, 1839-1915
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A Short Synopsis of the Most Essential Points in Hawaiian Grammar

By: Alexander, W. D. (William de Witt), 1833-1913

... Chester Harvey Rowell A SHORT SYNOPSIS OF THE ' MOST ESSENTIAL POINTS IN HAWAIIAN GRAMMAR By W. D. Alexander HONOLULU Thomas G. Thrum, Publishei 192... ...hei 1920 U-^- -U- ) ^ /^~ PA444 3 PREFACE. As all former grammars of the Hawaiian language are out of print, at the solicitation of friends, I have ... ... U-^- -U- ) ^ /^~ PA444 3 PREFACE. As all former grammars of the Hawaiian language are out of print, at the solicitation of friends, I have revised a... ...e solicitation of friends, I have revised and enlarged a brief synopsis of Hawaiian grammar, which was originally written for my pupils, and published... ...ise, or to be a complete account of the structure and peculiarities of the Hawaiian branch of the Polynesian language. But it is hoped that it may be ... ...f the structure and peculiarities of the Hawaiian branch of the Polynesian language. But it is hoped that it may be of service to those who wish to st... ...y different type. I have to acknowledge my obligations to Rev. L. Andrews' Hawaiian Grammar, to Dr. Maunsell's New Zealand Grammar, and to M. Gaussin'... ...ell's New Zealand Grammar, and to M. Gaussin's able work on the Polynesian language. W. D. ALEXANDER. May, 1908. M5I37655 A Short Synopsis of Hawai... ...falls on the penult. This is true of about five-sixths of the words in the language. 8. The accent is frequently drawn forward by the enclitic la, whi...

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Place Names of Hawaii - Hawaii Dictionary

By: Mary Kawena Pukui

...historical associations, for example, Io-lani, Ka-huku, Ka-lihi, Ka-wai-a-Ha o, Moana-lua, and La Pérouse. As in the earlier volume, meanings of the Hawaiian names are given when possible, as well as background information and, in some instances, references that may be consulted for verification and further information. Approximately 800 more names are included in this v...

...Glossary. 1 -- Hawaiian words used in the Glossary. 3 -- Abbreviations used in the Glossary. 4 -- Glossary. 5 -- Appendix. 235 -- Previous studies of place names. 235 -- Sources consulted. 237 -- Sound changes and the need for salvage. 238 ...

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Na Koko O Keia Keiki Hawai'I

By: William H. Wilson

...The internationally known Aha Punana Leo, Inc. is a non-profit organization which was established in 1983 to revitalize the nearly extinct Hawaiian language and establish schools taught entirely through that language. The following year, the organization founded the first Punana Leo school which was also the first Native American language immersion school in the...

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Na Keiki 'Elima

By: William H. Wilson

...The ?Aha Punana Leo, Inc. is a non-profit organization which was established in 1983 to serve the Hawaiian speaking community and focus on education through Hawaiian. Punana Leo preschools, the first Native American language immersion program in the United States, began the process of revitalizing Hawaiian in 1984 through...

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Ai'Ai

By: Kawike Napoleon

...The 'Aha Punana Leo, Inc. is a non-profit organization which was established in 1983 to serve the Hawaiian speaking community and focus on education through Hawaiian. Punana Leo preschools, the first Native American language immersion program in the United States, began the process of revitalizing Hawaiian in 1984 through...

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