please explain why ʻumikūmākahi is wrong? and uʻi also.
Is there an extra 'ma' in there for 11??
In very formal speech, -kumamā- is used in place of -kūmā- in the higher numerals according to (Nā Kai ʻEwalu | Beginning Hawaiian Lessons).
Why is this example in the Time section?
11 lovely aunties, ack!
Can't "nani" also be translated "lovely"?
Okay whose aunty wrote this