"Ninety-nine dollars and fifty cents for the concert ticket."
Translation:Kanaiwakūmamāiwa kālā me kanalima keneka no ka likiki ʻaha mele.
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Just to add to Hawaiian-German's reply (which is correct), another definition of "kikiki" is cheat. For that reason, Niʻihau speakers always use "likiti" for ticket because they use "kikiti" to say cheat.
FYI, some speakers of Hawaiian (not Niʻihau) like to use kikiki for ticket and likiki for receipt. Note that all three words come from English.
This helped me to understand and this Kumu has a great series of videos on many other topics as well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0s1N3SxfjU&t=488s