"ke hiki ʻoe i kēlā wahi"

Translation:when you arrive at that place

March 18, 2019



What does the ke in front of the verb mean?

March 18, 2019


It certainly seems bizarre to me. The best guess I've currently got is that 'hiki' means something akin to "time of arrival" on its own, and thusly "ke hiki 'oe" could be read as "the time of arrival of you... etc etc etc". Its a bit of a grasp at straws

March 30, 2019
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