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  1. Hawaiian interpretations: A glossary of words and terms in common use by George Howard Snelling, 1936
  2. Treasury of Hawaiian Words in One Hundred and One Categories by Harold Winfield Kent, 1998-01-01
  3. The Hawaiian Sentence Book by Robert Lokomaika Iokalani Snakenberg, 1997-06
  4. Observations and Interpretation of Hawaiian Volcanism and Seismicity, 1779-1955: An Annotated Bibliography and Subject Index by Thomas L. Wright, Taeko Jane Takahashi, 1989-06
  5. E kama'ilio Hawai'i kakou: Let's speak Hawaiian by Dorothy M Kahananui, 1970
  6. The Gospel According to John, in Parallel Columns: English and Hawaiian: Ka Euanelio I Kakauia E Ioane
  7. Say It in Hawaiian: My Body (Keiki's First Books) by Wren & Maile, 1992-03
  8. HAWAIIAN a language map® by Kristine K. Kershul, 2001-06-01
  9. Hoomalamalama: A Hawaiian Language Primer by Kimo Armitage and Kelii Kiilehua, 2002-01
  10. Say It in Hawaiian: Na Mea Kanu (Plants) by Wren, Maile, 1992-03
  11. Marquesic Languages: Hawaiian Language, Hawaiian Phonology, Hawaiian Name, Japanese Loanwords in Hawaii, Marquesan Language, Hawaiian Alphabet
  12. Say it as it is!: Learn to speak Hawaiian, plus Island pidgin and hanai words : authentic easy pronunciations by MeneHune, 1978
  13. Hawaiian Language: Avocado
  14. Hawaiian Language: Hawai'i-Related Articles Not in Hawaiian English, Hawaiian-Language Films, Hawaiian English, Hawaiian Pidgin

81. Hawaiian Language - Blackwell Online
Hawaiian Language, Henry P. Judd, Foreign Language Study Books Blackwell Online Bookshop.
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A Complete Grammar with a Hawaiian-English Dictionary
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Please note that there may be some price differences between Blackwell Online and our Retail Shops ISBN DEWEY What's this? DEWEY edition Publisher Hawaiian Service,U.S. Pages Imprint Hawaiian Service,U.S. Published in Hawaii Format Paperback Height (mm) Publication date 01 Oct 1994 Academic level General Be the first to write a Customer review Blackwell is now able to offer you books from more than 5,000 sellers with new sellers joining every week. You will not only find books which are available second-hand but also those which are deemed to be the most difficult to source or out-of-print.

82. Hawaiian Language
Hawaiian language. Haole, in the Hawaiian language, means foreign or foreigner ; it can be used in reference to people, plants, and animals.
Hawaiian language
Haole , in the Hawaiian language, means "foreign" or "foreigner"; it can be used in reference to people, plants, and animals. It is also used in Hawaiian Pidgin to mean "white" or "Caucasian." ...more on Wikipedia about "Haole" Hawaiian is the ancestral language of the indigenous people of the Hawaiian Islands, the Hawaiians, a Polynesian people. Hawaiian, along with English, is an official language of the . The ISO language code for Hawaiian is haw ...more on Wikipedia about "Hawaiian language" A Hawaiian name is a name in the Hawaiian language. Such names are popular not only in Hawaiian families, but also among English speakers in Hawai i, and even in the United States mainland among both non-native and native Hawaiians, especially in states such as Utah and California. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hawaiian name" It is also interesting to note that some words are not from the standard Japanese language. They instead originated from Japan's regional dialects. For example, the word "bobora" is said to be spoken only in certain prefectures, especially in western Japan where many of the Japanese immigrants came from. It originates from the Portuguese word abobora meaning Japanese pumpkin.

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85. Hawaiian Language - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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WIKIPEDIA Search Navigation Hawaiian language Hawaiian Ōlelo Hawai i Spoken in: Hawai i : concentrated on Ni ihau and Hawai i , but speakers throughout the Hawaiian Islands and the U.S. mainland Total speakers: ~200 native Language family Austronesian Malayo-Polynesian (MP) Nuclear MP Central Eastern MP Eastern MP Oceanic ... Marquesic Hawaiian Writing system Latin Official status Official language in: Hawai i (with English) recognised as minority language in parts of: U.S. Mainland Regulated by no official regulation Language codes ISO 639-1 none ISO 639-2 : haw ISO 639-3 haw Note : This page may contain IPA phonetic symbols in Unicode The Hawaiian language (Hawaiian: ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i ) is an Austronesian language that takes its name from Hawai'i , the largest island in the tropical North Pacific archipelago where it developed. Hawaiian, along with English , is an official language of the State of Hawaii , one of the United States King Kamehameha III * established the first Hawaiian-language constitutions in 1839 and 1840.

86. Hawaiian Language
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Hawaiian is the Ancestral Language of the Indigenous People of the Hawaiian Islands , the Hawaiians , a Polynesia n people. Hawaiian, along with English , is an Official Language of the State Of Hawai‘i . The ISO Language Code for Hawaiian is haw Hawaiian is a member of the Austronesian Language Family , most closely related to Polynesian Languages like Marquesan Tahitian Sāmoan Māori , and Rapa Nui (i.e., the language of Easter Island), as well as to other languages in the Pacific, like Fijian , and more distantly to Indonesian Malagasy , and the indigenous languages of the Philippines (such as Tagalog, Ilokano, Visayan) and Taiwan (such as Paiwan, Rukai, Saaroa, Yami). Use of the language For many centuries, Hawaiian was the only language ever used in the Hawaiian archipelago, and it was used nowhere else. In 1778, British English arrived via explorer James Cook and crew. Subsequently, the sounds of French, German, Spanish, and Russian arrived in Hawaii via other explorers and businessmen. The people responsible for "importing" those languages were also responsible for "exporting" the Hawaiian language into new territory, because there were some adventurous native speakers of Hawaiian who opted to do some exploring of their own by leaving Hawaii and sailing off to "see the world" aboard the wooden ships of the Caucasian explorers.

87. Tagalog
Maori_language Maori (of New Zealand), hawaiian_language Hawaiian, Malagasy_language Malagasy (of Madagascar), Samoan_language Samoan, Tahitian_language
  • a member of a people native to the Philippines chiefly inhabiting central Luzon around and including Manila the language of the Tagalog on which Filipino is based
    Tagalog nativename=Tagalog familycolor=Pink states=Philippines speakers=First language: 22 million
    Second language: 50 million rank=58 family=Austronesian_languages Austronesian
    ! Malayo-Polynesian_langua ges? Malayo-Polynesian
    ! Western_Malayo-Pol ynesian_languages? Western
    Central Philippine
    Tagalog nation=Philippines (as Filipino_language Filipino) agency=Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino
    (Commission on the Filipino Language) iso1=tl iso2=tgl sil=TGL Tagalog ) is one of the major languages of the Republic of the Philippines.Being an Austronesian languages Austronesian language, it is related to Indonesian_language Indonesian, Malay_language Malay, Fijian_language Fijian, Maori_language Maori (of New Zealand), Hawaiian_language Hawaiian, Malagasy_language Malagasy (of Madagascar), Samoan_language Samoan, Tahitian_language Tahitian,Chamorro_language
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