"My aunty is from Kauaʻi."
Translation:No Kauaʻi koʻu ʻanakē.
This might be a question/comment for native Hawai'ian speakers. It looks like 'anake and 'anakala are terms borrowed from English aunt and uncle. I say this because it occurred to me from my way-back-when studies in anthropology that Hawai'ian is actually the name of a specific type of kinship terminology structure, where all relatives in your generation are "sister" or "brother" and all relatives preceding you are "mother" or "father". Thus, there wouldn't be a distinct term for aunts or uncles. Can anyone clarify?