What would be the Hawaiian for "Let's all play cards" then?
I believe this sentence can also mean that.
"Let's all play cards" is the official answer for this one currently. Was it something different when you commented on this (it says "1 year ago")? What was it then?
My memory doesn't work that long anymore, but I suppose it was simply "Let's play cards," which should be acceptable yet. I must have tested "all" and gotten rejected.
Is "pepa" acting as an adverb here?
My guess is that "pāʻani pepa" is a sort of compound verb, meaning "card-play," as in "Let's card-play."
I think so, because it doesn't need an article "ka" pepa.
So how would you say "cos-play"? :-)
Probably pāʻani + some word referring to costumes or dressing up as someone...
Is it possible for this to also mean "we will play cards"?