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Gender in Hawaiian

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Well...it is my favourite question

Are there genders in the Hawaiian language? For example, "morning" is masculine or feminine?

10/10/2018, 9:47:23 PM

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Genders are not specified like in Spanish. The Hawaiian word for grandparent is tutu. You would specify tutu kane (grandpa) or tutu wahine (grandma), but often just tutu is used.
Word Use Ke The (before: k, e, a or o - definite article) Ka The (singular, definite article) He A or An (indefinite article) Nā The (plural, definite article) Kēlā That Kēia This Ko'u My Kou Your Kona His, Her or Its

10/11/2018, 3:55:41 AM
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