Just what is the difference between "hu'ihu'i" and "anuanu"?
Presumed anuanu should be used instead of hu'ihu'i since anuanu meant cool in the weather segment.
I guess it's a matter of degree. "cool^cold" for anuanu, "cold^chilly" for hu'ihu'i.
Still begs the question "What's the difference?" How do you choose between the two? Aren't "cool" and "chilly" the same concept?
I guess anuanu means the temperature is cold(weather) and huʻihuʻi is used to express youʻre feeling cold?