My instincts are telling me that this means what's up lol
Yeah lol, imagine how confused a Hawaiian would be if two Brazilian tourists just saw each other in Hawaii and were like "e aí?"
I mean,I gotta say Im with you on that
I dont understand how the E is used, in the previous sentence it was "E lei" to give a lei, but "E 'ai" is to eat?
E in this case indicates that the verb is a command/request. E in other contexts can be used to indicate subject. Words in Hawai'ian are very fluid
What is a problem?
What are yours
or...as us mainlanders say - Ay yai yai
Pulakaulāhui: Indigenous Language Youth Advocacy Training Program
Y DON'T THEY HAVE TONGA LOL