If you can say Iesū pū you should also be able to say Akua pū.
I just looked it up and God pu (with the line over the u) should also be acceptable as it means the Christian or Catholic God & akua denotes any other god.
The common way to express "God", with a capital G, in Hawaiian is with "ke Akua" (with a capital A). When referring to other akua, a lower case a is the norm.
I'm having problems with my kahako. Any one knows good to correct the problem?
You can download a Hawaiian keyboard for free.
Are you using mobile? If so, try holding down on the vowel keys on your keyboard until a menu appears with different variations of the letter. You can see the vowels with kahakō in that menu.
what about on a laptop?
Both Mac and Windows have a Hawaiian keyboard built in. If you go to your keyboard settings, you can switch to it.
Ke Akua pū - God be with you
Why is the 'Ke' there? It's like saying "The God be with you!"
Just copying my response from farther down: The common way to express "God", with a capital G, in Hawaiian is with "ke Akua" (with a capital A). When referring to other akua, a lower case a is the norm.
I dont believe i have accents on my tablet or if i do i dont know how to use them
Read it again braddah what you like dem say ?
so Nā Akua pū me ʻoe - may the gods be with you.