I have a question. In Hawaiian, does 'Hawai'i' mean both 'Hawaiian' AND 'Hawaii'?
Why is it 'o Kēhau instead of e Kēhau?
I'm not 100% sure if I'm right on this, but I'm thinking "o Kehau = Is Kehau" while "e Kehau" is "to Kehau"
If you address someone directly, you have to put "e" in front of the name.
If you are talking about someone, you have to put " 'o " in front of the name.
Why does "o Kēhau" go to the end of the sentence in this case while in an other one goes to the beginning (for example "Kaleo is my grandpa")? Thanks
Why is it mahi'ai instead of He wai