"Aia hoʻokahi kaikamahine nuha ma ka pā pāʻani."
Translation:There is one stubborn girl on the playground.
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ʻekahi = one (number)
ka mokuna ʻekahi = (the chapter number one) / the first chapter
hoʻokahi = one (amount)
hoʻokahi mokuna = one chapter
No, you cannot use (hoʻo) instead of (ʻe) with other numbers.
hoʻokahi haneli = one hundred (number) AND
he hoʻokahi haneli = one hundred (amount)
hello, fruends! Just wondering if native speakers would ever use "he hoʻokahi haneli " to describe a glass containing 100 ml of a beverage, specifically spirit? In my language, Polish, and some other slavonic languages, that would be the word for it, just curious about the linguistic part