Does someone know the difference between hu'ihu'i and anuanu? I'm having some issues with new vocabulary as I was taught words before and now getting new vocabulary which are claimed to have the same meaning (e.q. small= pōkole --> li'ili'i or big= lōʻihi --> nui). I'd be thankful for clearification.
in English, if tea or coffee is intentionally served cold, this is usually done using ice and we call it iced tea or iced coffee. If the tea or coffee is unintentionally cold, it would not be called iced. Evidently, in Hawaiian, ke kope hu
ihui translates either situation. Note that it also allows cold as an answer if you are asked to translate into English.