ʻumikumamalua and ʻumikumalua are both correct. ʻUmikumamalua is the older pronunciation usually used in biblical text Most speakers use the short form
I believe right answer is " umikūmālua".
Per the Pūkuʻi-Elbert dictionary, there is no kahakō over the first u in that infix - ‘umikumamālua
This is said in English by no one. This is redundant. 12o clock noon is redundant.
Well, obviously the sun wouldn't be out at 12 midnight but I think the point is to identify which 12:00 you're talking about.
What is ‘umikūmamākalua?
The word (ʻumikūmamālua) means twelve or twelfth in Hawaiian.
can you not say "the day is hot"?
What's wrong with "The sun is hot at 12 o`clock midday"?
I think that is possible. Report it.
I answered like BethKing-M