what makes na keiki plural?
Nā. In the singular, it would say ke keiki.
The 'nā' is plural form of 'the' and transforms the singular noun into plural.
keiki = child, but
nā + keiki = children
nā denotes the noun as plural
just remember na is plural and ke is singular :)
Could this also mean "the boys" ? Or would it be "nā keiki kane"
it wouldnt because keiki means children so then it would be na keiki kane :)
When the male voice reads keike he has a long a sound in the first syllabl, but the woman has a short e sound. ???? Which is correct here?
keiki means child, or children
Why audio says kiki, not keiki?