Kamakawi Lexicon and Corpus

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Sentences using the Kamakawi word ie.

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Kamakawi English Date Added
A ale ei ie apule a. I'm going to the store. 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
Ale ei ie pale. I'm going home. 05/30/06
Ka mama ei ie eine poke nevi'u ti nawa. I hugged the woman who was given something by a fish. 06/01/06
Ka mama ei ie nawa poke nevi i eine. I hugged the fish who gave something to a woman. 06/01/06
Ka mata eine poke mama i nawa ie hopoko. The woman who hugged a fish saw the man. 06/01/06
Ka mata hopoko ie eine pokae mama i nawa. The man saw the woman who hugged a fish. 06/01/06
Keve'a ei ie malimali ti'i. I remember my childhood. 06/12/06
Ka liwiki ei ie pale ti ia. I kept you from the house. 06/12/06
Ka notu hopoko ie palakutu. The man hunted the snake. 06/20/06
Ka hava ei ie nukoa. I ate the meat. 06/20/06
Ka nivu ei ie lelea. I drank the water. 06/20/06
Oku hava ei ie eta. I don't eat the fat. 06/20/06
Ka ale ei ie pale ke hava i tava. I went home and ate a banana. 11/09/06
Ka ma'a ei ie ima'a. I learned the lesson. 11/22/06
A upi noe ie lelea. A leaf floats on the water. 12/07/06
A ikaka iko ikavaka ie ipe. This book is different from that one. 03/22/07
Ka ilau ei ie ikavaka ikaka. I read the other book. 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 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
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
Au lona ipo'uku ie Kamakawi. Kamakawi has too many verbs. 03/24/07
He hava ue ie iko kata eta! Let's eat this fat pig! 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
Ka kama ei ie puka tiki. I painted the door red. 04/02/07
Tiki, ka kama ei ie puka. I painted the door red. 04/02/07
Ka noalale ei ie mini'i kiko. I played the ukulele today. 04/03/07

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