Kamakawi Lexicon and Corpus

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A mama ei i nawa. I hug a fish. 05/30/06
Ka mama ei i nawa. I hugged a fish. 05/30/06
Iko nawa i polite. This fish is a fighter. 05/30/06
Ei i fala! I am a father! 05/30/06
Ia ioku mala. You are not a mother. 05/30/06
Eino iu kavikavi. We three are important people. 05/30/06
A mama kaneko i tiviki. The cat hugs a rat. 05/30/06
A ha'a fupo'o. The old man laughs. 05/30/06
Ka mata ei i nawa. I saw a fish. 05/30/06
A ale ei ie apule a. I'm going to the store. 05/30/06
Ka mata'u ei ti ia. I was seen by you. 05/30/06
Ka mata ia i nawa. You saw a fish. 05/30/06
Ka mata'u ia ti'i. You were seen by me. 05/30/06
A fe'ave'a ei. I'm wise. 05/30/06
Oku oine ia ie Tiki ape poke mata'u ti ia ima! Don't marry the first Tiki you see! 05/30/06
Ipe iu pake. Those are mountains. 05/30/06
Ipe iu nawa. Those are fish. 05/30/06
Iko eine ioku nawa. This woman isn't a fish. 05/30/06
Nawa ioku tiviki. A fish is not a mouse. 05/30/06
Ipe hopoko i miwimi. That man is a lunatic. 05/30/06
Ipe eine i newelimile. That woman is an actress. 05/30/06
Iko hopoko i newelimile. This man is an actor. 05/30/06
Uamo iu mumu. They are sea otters. 05/30/06
A ei i kaneko. I am a cat. 05/30/06
Kou i mali'a ipuke. One is always a student. 05/30/06
A tikili mokomoko. The starfish is orange. 05/30/06
Ale ei ie pale. I'm going home. 05/30/06
Eli ei i ia. I love you. 05/30/06
Eli ia i'i. You love me. 05/30/06
Eli ei i nea. I love her. 05/30/06
Eli nea i lea. She loves him. 05/30/06
Eli lea i peaka. He loves them two. 05/30/06
Eli upea i'i. They love me. 05/30/06
Ku'uni iko hiaka. This octopus is purple. 05/30/06
Ke eyana malimali. Childhood was good. 05/30/06
Ke kama'a kamali'a iu mali'a. The teacher taught the students. 05/30/06
Elea maka. The crab is happy. 05/30/06
Oyo ei a. I'm whining. 05/30/06
Eilili ipe pale. That house is yellow. 05/30/06
Kelea malane oinea oku. His wife's mother is not sad. 05/30/06
Eli ei i hetela'o oiei. I love my uncle on my father's side. 05/30/06
Fe'ave'a malape oiei. My great grandmother is wise. 05/30/06
A mata ei i naka! I see a carrot! 05/30/06
A heva keva. The shark is gray. 05/30/06
Oku pata no ikavaka oiei. My three books aren't brown. 05/30/06
Ipe nawa ioku nawanaka. That fish is not a goldfish. 05/30/06
U ku'uni teli. The flowers are purple. 05/30/06
Ele ele; pata pata. The sky is blue; the earth is brown. 05/30/06
Kavakava ipe tiki. That lava is hot. 05/30/06
A hava ei i o'opo a! I'm eating a coconut! 05/30/06

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