"Kaleo is my uncle."
Translation:ʻO Kaleo koʻu ʻanakala.
Long explanation for a simple thing - Usually the subject is in the second position in Hawaiian sentences, even for these verbless sentences that start with ‘O. Technically you can say the same sentence as ‘O ko‘u ‘anakala ‘o Kaleo. However that sounds really verbose and awkward because of that second ‘o that is needed in that case. So with that sentence pattern starting with ‘O and with a name, they just put the name first. It just flows better.