Kamakawi Lexicon and Corpus

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Ka mata ia i iki. You saw a chicken. 06/22/06
Ka hava ei i naka. I ate a carrot. 06/22/06
A nepi kane. The road is narrow. 06/22/06
A tuki mali. The child is thin. 06/22/06
A kavi palaki. The dog is big. 06/22/06
A lake muve. The feather is black. 06/22/06
A male mata ei i ia. I'll see you later. 06/26/06
A eovuleke lu iu palaki! A flash of light reveals dogs! 07/16/06
A male noala ei. I will sing. 07/26/06
A male nemile lea. He will die. 07/26/06
A hea ei i ia. I hear you. 08/08/06
A male olo ei a. I will go to sleep now. 08/08/06
Ka ale ei ie pale ke hava i tava. I went home and ate a banana. 11/09/06
Ka hava eini i nawa. The seal ate a fish. 11/16/06
Ka mimimu ei. I became confused. 11/22/06
A male mata ei i ia fei maleki. I'll see you tomorrow. 11/22/06
Hava palaki i kolata. The dog is eating a pineapple. 11/22/06
Heva ele. The sky is gray. 11/22/06
Kelea hopoko. The man is sad. 11/22/06
Ka li ei i nawa ke nevi i eine. I gave a fish to a woman. 11/22/06
Ka ma'a ei ie ima'a. I learned the lesson. 11/22/06
Ka hava'u nawa. The fish was eaten. 12/05/06
A upi noe ie lelea. A leaf floats on the water. 12/07/06
Ka lake uevolu. The smoke was black. 12/07/06
A elea ei. I am happy. 03/22/07
A meyeli ipe leya. That rock is mossy. 03/22/07
A nepi iko kane. This road is narrow. 03/22/07
A ikaka iko ikavaka ie ipe. This book is different from that one. 03/22/07
A lapa pale li'i. My house is new. 03/22/07
Lapa pale li'i. My house is new. 03/22/07
Ka mata ei i hopoko elea. I saw a happy man. 03/22/07
Ka lalau ei i leya meyeli aeiu aila. I threw a mossy rock into the ocean. 03/22/07
Ka olomo uei ale kane nepi. We walked along a narrow road. 03/22/07
Ka ilau ei ie ikavaka ikaka. I read the other book. 03/22/07
A fule pale lapa ti'i! I want a new house! 03/22/07
Ka mata ei i hopoko elea, toko, ulo, katava. I saw a tall, tan, strong, happy man. 03/22/07
Ka pato lea i'i He hit me! 03/22/07
Ka tupa ei i ika. I bathed myself. 03/22/07
Ka kawau ei poiu katava. I fell out of a palm tree. 03/22/07
A eli ei i ia. I love you. 03/22/07
Ka olo nea ae fale. She slept on the grass. 03/22/07
Tava te nuva. A banana is on the table. 03/22/07
Ka kawala lea ie mali pato. He scolded the hitting child. 03/24/07
Ka hekala nea ie mali tupa ti elea. She greeted the bathed child. 03/24/07
Ka mamaka nea ie mali tupa. She greeted the bathed child. 03/24/07
Ka ale ei pokane katava kawau. I avoided the falling palm tree. 03/24/07
Nea i mala eli. She is a loving mother. 03/24/07
Ka mata ei i alama olo. I saw a sleeping sand crab. 03/24/07
Ka mama eine ie hopoko kala. The woman hugged the talking man. 03/24/07
Ka mama eine ie hopoko kala'u. The woman hugged the talked to man. 03/24/07

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