Kamakawi Lexicon and Corpus

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Ka mama mala ie mali tupa. The woman hugged the bathed child. 03/24/07
Ka mama mala ie mali tupamu. The woman hugged the bathing child. 03/24/07
A mata ei ie hopoko eti. I see the relieved man. 03/24/07
A mata ei ie hopoko poe eti. I see the man who relieves. 03/24/07
Oku hava ia ie eta! Don't eat the fat! 03/24/07
Oku paki ia i pale ae me. Don't build a house on the wet sand. 03/24/07
A pama nu. Wood is hard. 03/24/07
Au lona ipo'uku ie Kamakawi. Kamakawi has too many verbs. 03/24/07
Ka ilau lia i oliala. The girl read poetry. 03/24/07
He hava ue ie iko kata eta! Let's eat this fat pig! 03/24/07
A leve e'i me o ei. My sandy feet hurt. 03/24/07
Ka letale ei i eneta nu. I sailed a wooden boat. 03/24/07
A toku Kamakawi ie ikalai ipo'uku ape. Kamakawi places the verb phrase first. 03/24/07
Ka ivi oala oliala linea ie lia. His poetic words pleased the girl. 03/24/07
A kala lea ane. He's talking loudly. 04/02/07
A olo laya ti'ia feta. Your daughter's sleeping quietly. 04/02/07
Ka mawa ue iti. We swam fast. 04/02/07
Ka olomo nea iunu. She walked slowly. 04/02/07
Ka kama ei ie puka tiki. I painted the door red. 04/02/07
Ane, a kala lea. He's talking loudly. 04/02/07
Feta, a olo laya ti'ia. Your daughter's sleeping quietly. 04/02/07
Iti, ka mawa ue. We swam fast. 04/02/07
Iunu, ka olomo nea. She walked slowly. 04/02/07
Tiki, ka kama ei ie puka. I painted the door red. 04/02/07
A hava ei a. I'm eating now. 04/03/07
Ka keme ei i iumi kolata kipe. I gathered some pineapples yesterday. 04/03/07
Ka noalale ei ie mini'i kiko. I played the ukulele today. 04/03/07
A liki ue maleki! We will win tomorrow! 04/03/07
A ele ei i ia ipuke. I'll love you forever. 04/03/07
A hava ei. Now I'm eating. 04/03/07
A a hava ei. I'm eating right now. 04/03/07
Kipe ka keme ei i iumi kolata. Yesterday I gathered some pineapples. 04/03/07
Ka olomo ei ale ava ke mata i alama. I walked along the beach and saw a sand crab. 04/03/07
Kiko ka noalale ei ie mini'i. Today I played the ukulele. 04/03/07
Maleki a liki ue! Tomorrow we will win! 04/03/07
Ipuke a ele ei i ia. Forever I'll love you. 04/03/07
A hava lea a. He's eating. 04/03/07
Ka hava lea a. He was eating. 04/03/07
Ka mawa ei a kape topu ia i'i. I was swimming when you called me. 04/03/07
A hava ei male. I'll eat later. 04/03/07
Male a hava ei. Later I'll eat. 04/03/07
A male hava ei. I will eat. 04/03/07
A male hava ei male. I will eat later. 04/03/07
Male a male hava ei. Later I will eat. 04/03/07
A male a aeiu ei ie pale. I'm about to go into the house. 04/03/07
Ka male a aeiu ei ie pale kepe mata i ia. I was about to go into the house when I saw you. 04/03/07
Ka aeiu nea ie pale. She entered the house. 04/05/07
Ka olomo uei ale kane. We walked along the path. 04/05/07
Ka peiu ei ie uotava. I moved away from the volcano. 04/05/07
A tiku ei ave mopalelea. I'm standing in front of a waterfall. 04/05/07

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