Translation:E kala mai.
E kala mai is more often used as "excuse me" of "pardon me" to be polite not so much as an apology. Example: "E kala mai, you can please pass me the salt?"
[PE] 1 Directional part., towards the speaker, this way. (Gram. 2.7, 7.2; mai + directional la is written maila and often pronounced meila but not sung that way.) Come, come here, welcome; say, give (used idiomatically without preverb particles). [PPN mai]
Hele mai! Come (cf. hele aku, go)! He mai! Come! Welcome! Hāʻawi mai! Give me! Mai hoʻi kauwahi wai. Do give me a little water. Mai e ai! Come and eat!
[LA] 1 prep From, as from a person, place or thing spoken of.
2 Towards a person, place or thing speaking, and repeated after the noun when the motion is towards the person speaking; otherwise aku or ae is used; as, mai Kauai mai, from Kauai (here) this way; mai Honolulu aku a i Kailua, from Honolulu onward to Kailua. Gram. § 75.