"Hoʻomaʻemaʻe ʻo Keoki i ka hapalua hola ʻekahi o ke awakea."
Translation:Keoki cleans at 1:30 midday.
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Hawaiians broke the day into functional blocks about four hours long, compatible with their farming and fishing tasks: Kakahiaka (6am to 10am) when morning was cool enough to work outdoors; awakea (10am to 2pm) the sun is high overhead and itʻs time to work indoors or in shade; auinalā (2pm to 6pm) okay to go back outside; and ahiahi (6pm to 10 pm) when itʻs too dark to work outside. Late evening is aumoe (looks like au/I and moe/sleep), doesnʻt it? :-)