"ʻEhia kālā no kēia lole?"
Translation:How much money for these clothes?
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Same, "kēia lole." From my dictionary: a suit of clothes is paʻa, paʻa lole, or paʻalole komo. Iʻm not sure if thatʻs what you are asking, thoʻ.
I believe the direct translation from Hawaiian to English for "kēia lole" would be "this article of clothing." It seems a bit clumsy in English, but is fine in Hawaiian, especially as JHaalilioH points out, when you are holding up a single article of clothing. How much for this individual "lole?"