Can't this also mean language as in ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi?
Yes. Polynesian languages donʻt distinguish parts of speech as strictly as European languages do.
Thank you. That will surely help me when learning.
My translation is 'Speak'.
That is also another definition. Many Hawaiian words have more than one meaning depending on context.
I couldn't hear the audio file :(
No audio for me as well.
That's because they probably don't have one yet.
Same here. The Audio wasn't playing
I just got an update, and now I can hear sound on some of them, including this one. Try updating the app.
Thank you so much for this resource!!
Mahalo for the link!
For a lingot, does anyone the correct pronunciation of "ʻŌlelo"?
[ˈʔo:lelo], I believe.
I am learning languages that help me to speak Hawaiian.
"Language" wasn't given as a possible answer from the bracket. I had to go with "speak"
Both are correct
same for me
ʻŌlelo: this means talk. why were none of the options talk?!?!?!
You can report it as a correct possibility.
Why doesnt the sound work!?!!?!?
Is this a verb? As in 'to speak'?
It means to speak and it means language.
Is there a certain language keyboard I need to install to be able to type the correct "o" with the line above it?
Swift Key has a Hawaiian keyboard
I love duolingo.