why is the word for Sunday before the word for tomorrow?
In the previous question the word for Saturday came
after the word for yesterday
Both are right
(1. ʻekahi) Monday = ka Pōʻakahi
(2. ʻelua) Tuesday = ka Pōʻalua
(3. ʻekolu) Wednesday = ka Pōʻakolu
(4. ʻehā) Thursday = ka Pōʻahā
(5. ʻelima) Friday = ka Pōʻalima
(6. ʻeono) Saturday = ka Pōʻaono
Sunday = ka Lāpule
Which day? = Ka pōʻahia?
Po'ahia is "day of the week."
Ka lā 'ehia is "which date."
It’s defining “tomorrow” as equivalent to “Sunday.” Hence the ʻo equational sentence type.