why isn't it "E wehe 'oe i ka puka aniani"?
This is correct
I also want to know that...
What is the difference between "ka" and "ke"?
Ke is used with words starting with K, E, A, or O as well as some other exceptions. All other words use ka.
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If "puka" is door, and "puka aniani" is window, does "aniani" mean something like "glass" or "see through"?
ʻAe, pololei! It's also why ka hua ʻōlelo no "glasses" ma ka ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi is makaaniani.
1. nvs. Mirror, glass; clear, transparent, obvious.