What does hui hou kakou mean?
until we meet again
A hui hou kākou (until we meet again).
What does Aloha Mai Kakou mean?
Greetings between all of us. All of us greet each other. Hello from me and all of you. ( We are all included in this greeting process) Aloha mai kākou.
What does ke aloha pumehana?
nvs., Warm, warm-hearted; warmth, affection. Examples: Me ke aloha pumehana, with warm aloha.
What is hui hui in Hawaiian?
1. vi., Mixed, mingled, united, joined; to pool together, as to buy cooperatively.
What does Komo Mai?
E komo mai: Welcome.
What do you say when someone sneezes in Hawaiian?
In Hawaiian we say “Kihe a mauli ola”. In other words, sneeze, and may you have long life.” Mauli ola literally means breath of life, power of healing. More often, though, people will just say ola, when someone sneezes.
What is the Hawaiian word for good morning?
Use Aloha kakahiaka to say, ‘good morning’, Aloha ‘auinalā for ‘good afternoon’ and Aloha ahiahi for ‘good evening’.
What does hui stand for?
|HUI||Human User Interface|
|HUI||Health Utility Index|
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What does the name Hui mean?
The name Hui is primarily a male name of Chinese origin that means Benevolent; Spledor.
What does ” me ke aloha pumehana ” mean?
“Aloha kakou” means “Greetings between you and I”. “Aloha nui loa” means “With much love” or “Warm greetings”. “A hui hou” means “See you again”. “Me ke aloha mai” means “With my greetings”. “Me ke aloha pumehana” means “With warm regards”.
What does the Hawaiian greeting aloha Kakou mean?
Here are some everyday greetings and salutations you can use in your letters and email. “Aloha kakou” means “Greetings between you and I”. “Aloha nui loa” means “With much love” or “Warm greetings”. “A hui hou” means “See you again”. “Me ke aloha mai” means “With my greetings”.
What does a hui hou mean in Hawaiian?
“hui” means meet, join, congregate, unite. “hou” means new, again. “A hui hou” means “until [we] meet again”. The “we” is implied. Often “aku” is added at the end of the sentence indicating soon or near future.
Which is the correct Hawaiian greeting in English?
HAWAIIAN EXPRESSIONS Hawaiian1 English GREETINGS Aloha Greetings, hello, good- bye, affection, love Aloha kakou Aloha to all (including speaker) Aloha kaua Aloha to you (singular) andme Aloha ke akua God is love Aloha nui loa