"What is the charge?"
Translation:ʻEhia ke kāki?
[PE] 1 num Inter. How many, how much, what price; also used with the meaning of no matter how many or much, so very much or many, just a few. ʻEhia ou pāpale? How many hats have you? ʻEhia o kou pāpale? How much [money did you pay] for your [own] hat? ʻEhia o kāu pāpale? How much [money] for your hat? Hola ʻehia? What time is it? ʻEhia ka luhi, he mea ʻole ia iāia, however tired, it doesn't matter to him. ʻEhia nō lā, pau kēlā hana nui, in just a few days that big project was finished. ʻEhia nō lū ʻana, pau ke kālā, just a few reckless spendings, the money was gone. ʻEhia ua mea aloha, ʻo wau! Woe is me! ʻEhia mea aloha i ke keiki, so much pity for the child. (Gram. 10.4) [PNP efia]
[LA] 1 interr How many?
[MK] 1 How, what, as in asking about any kind of measurement.
ʻEhia ka lōʻihi o kēlā pākaukau? How long is that table? Niʻihau. Also he aha.