Translation:E kūʻai i nā lako.
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Maybe (I doubt this will work) if DLHawaiian gives a sentence (starts with a capital letter and has a period at the end it would take the meaning of a command/suggestion in this case. If no capital letter or period it's just a phrase. Why am I thinking this makes too much sense and won't work :-)
I am confused as to when to use ka lako and when nā lako. I’m pretty sure I’ve seen both with the same meaning as far as I can tell. Here in P&E it’s hard to tell since lako seems to be both and there are no examples given.
Here in nupepa the noun type usages are all ka: