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Hawaiian Numbers

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Since the Duolingo Hawaiian Team hasn't yet released a Numbers skill, I'll share the first 20 numbers and a little bit more. This information is very easily found online, but I'll just share it here. (my keyboard doesn't have an okina and i don't want to have to go through the process so i'll use apostrophes, and i also dont have the elongated vowels so ill put a hyphen after a vowel to indicate that. sorry if it's confusing.) :)

  • 1 - 'ekahi

  • 2 - 'elua

  • 3 - 'ekolu

  • 4 - 'eha-

  • 5 - 'elima

  • 6 - 'eono

  • 7 - 'ehiku

  • 8 - 'ewalu

  • 9 - 'eiwa

  • 10 - 'umi

  • 11 - 'umiku-ma-kahi (literally ten and one)

  • 12 - 'umiku-ma-lua

  • 13 - 'umiku-ma-kolu

  • 14 - 'umiku-ma-ha-

  • 15 - 'umiku-ma-lima

  • 16 - 'umiku-ma-ono

  • 17 - 'umiku-ma-hiku

  • 18 - 'umiku-ma-walu

  • 19 - 'umiku-ma-iwa

  • 20 - iwaka-lua

  • 21 - iwaka-luaku-ma-kahi

  • 30 - kanakolu

  • 40 - kanaha-

  • 50 - kanalima

  • 60 - kanaono

  • 70 - kanahiku

  • 80 - kanawalu

  • 90 - kanaiwa

  • 100 - hanele/ho'okahi haneli

  • 101 - ho'okahi haneli a me kahi (only shorten 'ekahi)

  • 102 - ho'okahi haneli a me 'elua

  • 110 - ho'okahi haneli 'umi (now you can just add the 2-digit number words to ho'okahi haneli)

  • 188 - ho'okahi haneli kanawaluku-ma-walu

  • 200 - 'elua haneli

  • 300 - 'ekolu haneli

  • 1000 - kaukani

  • 2000 - 'elua kaukani

if the tens digit is a 0 but the ones digit is not, add "a me" before saying the ones digit

  • 10,000 - 'umi kaukani

  • 100,000 - ho'okahi haneli kaukani

if you have any questions or want to correct me, make sure to leave a comment.

October 12, 2018

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Mahalo nui for sharing numbers. The team has been working diligently on making the next set of skills become available to the learners.

October 25, 2018

https://www.duolingo.com/Adam711804
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:)

October 26, 2018

https://www.duolingo.com/Erik_Pedersen

Hawaiian Numbers

Recently Adam711804 kindly provided a list of Hawaiian numbers. This version uses the correct characters for the ʻOkina (glottal stop) and the Kahakō (macron).

• 1 - ʻekahi • 2 - ʻelua • 3 - ʻekolu • 4 - ʻehā • 5 - ʻelima • 6 - ʻeono • 7 - ʻehiku • 8 - ʻewalu • 9 - ʻeiwa • 10 - ʻumi


• 11 - ʻumikūmākahi (literally ten and one) • 12 - ʻumikūmālua • 13 - ʻumikūmākolu • 14 - ʻumikūmāhā • 15 - ʻumikūmālima • 16 - ʻumikūmāono • 17 - ʻumikūmāhiku • 18 - ʻumikūmāwalu • 19 - ʻumikūmāiwa • 20 - iwakālua
 • 21 - iwakāluakūmākahi


• 30 - kanakolu • 40 - kanahā • 50 - kanalima • 60 - kanaono • 70 - kanahiku • 80 - kanawalu • 90 - kanaiwa • 100 - hanele/hoʻokahi haneli


• 101 - hoʻokahi haneli a me kahi (only shorten ʻekahi) • 102 - hoʻokahi haneli a me ʻelua • 110 - hoʻokahi haneli ʻumi (now you can just add the 2-digit number words to hoʻokahi haneli) • 188 - hoʻokahi haneli kanawalukūmāwalu • 200 - ʻelua haneli • 300 - ʻekolu haneli • 1000 - kaukani • 2000 - ʻelua kaukani


If the tens digit is a 0 but the ones digit is not, add “a me” before saying the ones digit

• 10,000 - ʻumi kaukani • 100,000 - hoʻokahi haneli kaukani

December 1, 2018

https://www.duolingo.com/Adam711804
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Mahalo nui loa!

December 1, 2018

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mahalo ! :D

December 2, 2018

https://www.duolingo.com/LanguageAmbrosia

Thank you for sharing this!

October 13, 2018

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Mahalo!

October 13, 2018

https://www.duolingo.com/LaurenBert

mahalo

October 16, 2018

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mahalo e Adam ! these numbers are so beautiful :)

this post inspired me to make a game to help me learn the first 10 numbers, it's here if anyone else wants to play: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/261383547/#fullscreen

the audio clips are from this Hawaiian pronunciation video: https://youtu.be/Gvw-qtnFUnc

:)

November 14, 2018

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I also made a number catch game (with sounds from same source):

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/262635232/#fullscreen

:D

December 2, 2018

https://www.duolingo.com/RandomJake

mix me

October 14, 2018

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October 15, 2018
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