Kamakawi Lexicon and Corpus

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A a'i io. The dove is white. 08/09/08
A mata ia i ipe ou! Look at that hawk! 08/12/08
Oku hava pea i fale oku. One shouldn't eat grass. 08/13/08
Lea ie kepi mou ti'i. He is my tenth son. 08/28/08
A nai ei ie kepi ti'ia. I know your son. 08/28/08
A kuka lea ti ape o temi a! He's choking on a bone! 08/28/08
Ai ua ivi tei i ia ai? Would you care to dance? 08/28/08
A takoikoi lea ie kaka oi'i! He looks like my twin! 10/10/08
A hale ei i amo, ae elea nea. I believe that she is happy. 02/20/09
Neto ei ima! I'm really lazy! 04/08/09
Neto ei oku! I'm not lazy! 04/08/09
Au kuivi luna iu eine oi'i. My wife and I dislike verbal arguments. 04/10/09
A eteke kamakawi ale lave kuika. The rainbow means it has stopped raining. 04/13/09
Ka hava ei a kepe mata i pene. I was eating when I saw a quail. 05/16/09
A imo ei! I'm hungry! 05/16/09
Kani hava ei, ke ale ie apule. Before I ate, I went to the store. 05/16/09
Ata hava ei, e ale ie apule. After I eat, I'm going to the store. 05/16/09
U ata himola oku. The blankets aren't dry. 05/16/09
Mata ia i ipe inivie! Look at that star! 05/25/09
Ka kala ei i nea kipe. I talked with her yesterday. 12/24/09
A fatu tomi o ei ti no iku. My name comprises three characters. 12/25/09
A fuila ka'a ie uomoko. The crow flies at night. 12/26/09
A huita temi i leya ti pama. Bone is harder than stone. 12/27/09
A kavi ipe luku. That circle is big. 12/29/09
A ane keoni. The sea lion is loud. 12/30/09
A huita molo'o i hoku ti toko. The komodo dragon is stronger than an elephant. 12/30/09
Olu enoku o amo ima! Its mouth is wide open! 01/02/10
Ka ma'a ei iu uila tomi o upea. I learned all their names. 01/02/10
A nimana amo. It's impossible. 01/02/10
A havava ei ie huka. I like anchovy. 01/02/10
A havava ei ie huka. I like anchovies. 01/02/10
A feveiki tikiki i ikeiki luiki. The scarlet honeycreeper has a curved beak. 01/05/10
A hala'i ipe uotava. That volcano is active. 01/08/10
Oku ia ie kepi oi'i oku! You are not my son! 01/09/10
A ivi nivu o lelea i'i. I like drinking water. 01/09/10
Au noto kaneko! Cats are cool! 01/09/10
Ka puka nea ie puka o puka ti'i. She prevented me from closing the door. 01/11/10
Ka liwi ipe hiaka ie o'opo li'i poiu! That octopus stole my coconut! 01/15/10
A mayali ie uela lileveya. Algae is the moss of the sea. 01/19/10
Oku kopu ia ie keli o ei oku! Don't touch my tail! 01/19/10
Oku kopu ia ie keli o ei oku! Don't you touch my tail! 01/19/10
A ulu iloa. My shoulder is weak. 01/22/10
A ulu iloa. The shoulder is weak. 01/22/10
A ivi ivu'i i'i oku. I don't like cranberries. 01/25/10
A ivi ivu'i i'i oku. I don't like cranberry. 01/25/10
Oku ivi ivu'i i'i oku. I don't like cranberries. 01/25/10
Kau ale kuaki ko! The ducks have arrived! 02/02/10
A kolu ae iko fiuko... It's dark in this tent... 02/02/10
A apae ipe ielou! That whale is shooting water out of its blowhole! 02/23/10
A pataki! A pataki toko! A boy! A strong boy! 02/23/10

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