2 edition of E paʻa pono = Hold fast found in the catalog.
E paʻa pono = Hold fast
Heitiare K. Kammerer
First-grader Kamalei is surprised that so many people in Hawaii do not know their native language, which she practices at home, in school, and at her surfing club where students observe such traditions as praying and chanting. Includes pronunciation guide, parent"s guide, and information about the parents" group that participated in the book project.
In English and Hawaiian on inverted pages with separate title pages.
|Other titles||Hold fast|
|Statement||by Heitiare K. Kammerer ; Nā Leo Kakoʻo o Koʻolauloa.|
|Genre||Juvenile fiction, Fiction|
|Contributions||Nā Leo Kakoʻo o Koʻolauloa., Kamalei-Koʻolauloa Early Education Program.|
|LC Classifications||PZ90.H27 K36 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22, 22 p. :|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||2010285274|
Get this from a library! Pukapuka whakamoemiti a te hahi Ratana i roto i te kororiatanga o te Matua, Tama, Wairua-Tapu anahera pono me te mangai.. [Te Haahi Rātana.] -- Ratana hymn and prayer-book.
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Mai paʻa ʻoe iaʻu, don't detain me. E paʻa ā paʻa ʻolua i ke kaula, hold fast to the rope. Hoʻonoho ihola lākou iāia ma kahi paʻa (Nah. ), they put him in custody. Ua paʻa iāia ka waha o ka poʻe Sadukaio (Mat. ), he had silenced the mouths of the Sadducees.
Paʻa mai me ona lole ʻauʻau, bring some bathing suits too. E aʻo i ka ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi; Huli i nā mea i loaʻa Huli. Nā mea i loaʻa no "E paʻa pono (Hold fast)": E paʻa pono (Hold fast) Hold fast (E paʻa pono) Heitiare K.
Kammerer (ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi a me Pelekānia) No Ulukau; Nā Hoa; Kulekele Hoʻohana; Pilikino; Hoʻokaʻaʻike. E hele kāua i kahakai. E hoʻomau. Teacher's resource guide. E kuʻu hiapo. E ola pono. Growing pono schools. Pono life skills. E paʻa pono (Hold fast) The early mapping of Hawaiʻi.
ʻEhia i loaʻa. Nā ʻelala. First book in Hawaiian. Fornander collection of. Na kaua e kuʻu lahui It shall be you and I my beloved nation E paʻa pono, e paʻa I ka hoe uli To hold fast to the steering paddle A hoe aku, hoe a hoe a mau Let us paddle onward and forward A hiki loa I kai o ka maluhia Until we reach the shores of sanctuary.
E paʻa ka manaʻo me ka lōkahi E mau ke ea o ka ʻāina i ka pono He aliʻi ʻo Kalani ua kaulana Ka Napoliona o ka Pākīpika E lei i ka wehi haʻaheo o Hawaiʻi Hold fast to the thought in unity The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness The heavenly one was a famous chief The Napoleon of the Pacific.
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We humbly ask for your support to help us continue that mission. Start studying ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. Create. E paʻa pono. Hold tight. Kāne i kamaʻāina ʻole iāiā. Manaʻo wau e makemake ʻoe i ke wikiō a he mau pono, no ka mea, ʻo ke kumukūʻai hoʻowalewale iʻoi aku ma mua o 30 a 40 paha kālā.,,Hur man gör en polspjutspets hemma, i den här.
E mālama pono iho ʻoe i ke kīʻaha wai ʻakika. Watch carefully for the glassful of acid. ʻakika: Ē Maria hemolele, e aloha mai ʻoe iā mākou.
Holy Mary, have mercy on us. aloha: E mihi ʻoe iāia. Apologize to him. mihi: E molo mai ʻoe ā paʻa pono kēia pūʻolo.
Tie this so the bundle is quite secure. molo: Pono no käkou e külia i kä käkou hana po‘okela. (We must strive to do our best work.) Pänoanoa ka ‘äina, mänoanoa ka po‘e.
(Scarce is the land, many are the people.) I mua e nä pöki‘i, e inu i ka wai ‘awa‘awa. ‘A ‘ohe hope e ho‘i mai ai. (Forward, brothers. Drink of the bitter water.
There is no hope of retreat.) #File Size: 29KB. No kuʻu makamaka Ka wahine leo hone Mai Lāʻie He no hea mau ʻoe I ka lehulehu Mai Hawaiʻi a Keawe I Niʻihau He lei nani ʻoe No Hawaiʻi nei A mākou nei e Haʻaheo mau ai E paʻa iho ʻoe A paʻa pono Na mele noʻeau O ka ʻāina Puana kou inoa I lohe ia No Genoa Keawe E ō mai ʻoe: An expression of affection Hold fast and Cherish.
To hold fast; to adhere to, as a custom; to affirm strongly. Oih. To fix; to hold fast; e hoopaa i ka waha, to muzzle the mouth. Kanl. To hold back; to be detained from doing a thing; aole i hiki, ua hoopaa ia ia Kamehameha, he could not (return), he was detained by Kamehameha.
See also Kin. E mālama pono iho ʻoe i ke kīʻaha wai ʻakika. Watch carefully for the glassful of acid. ʻakika: Ē Maria hemolele, e aloha mai ʻoe iā mākou. Holy Mary, have mercy on us. aloha: E mihi ʻoe iāia. Apologize to him. mihi: E molo mai ʻoe ā paʻa pono kēia pūʻolo.
Tie this so the bundle is quite secure. molo: “He aliʻi ke aloha, he kilohana e paʻa ai.” Love is like a chief: the best prize to hold fast to.
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A koe ʻo kahi wale nō e paʻa ana i ka lima (For. ), only the handle [of the spear] was left. Ma kahi o ʻumi kapuaʻi, approximately ten feet.
Ka mea iāia kahi i paʻa ai kona komo ʻana, the one whose duty it was to register his entrance. Spinner -- An adult actress or prostitute with a tiny frame, usually very thin and having small breasts.
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