Pepeke Nonoʻa Me Ka Huahelu
Having/Possessing a number of something
(number) Thing being possessed + (o or a) Thing /person possessing it
(ʻEhā)....... makaaniani....... (o).................... Keoki
(This is one of the sentence patterns for telling the amount of things someone has.) Look at the video time segment [7:30] to [9:16] in the Link (Ka Leo ʻŌiwi | Episode 12)
ʻEhā makaaniani o Keoki? = Does Keoki have four pairs of glasses?
(possible answer) ʻAe, ʻehā makaaniani o Keoki. = Yes, Keoki has four pairs of glasses.
(possible answer) ʻAʻohe makaaniani o Keoki. = Keoki does not have any glasses.
(ʻAʻohe) is a contraction of the negative ʻaʻole (no) and he (a), the indefinite article.