"Kamehameha has one hundred men."
Translation:He hoʻokahi haneli kānaka o Kamehameha.
two questions, if you (or someone) know... (1) if not "he" over 99, just start w the # (naked)? And (2), is there a way to state this sentence the other way around ('O Kamehameha ho'okahi haneli kanaka")? I know it's not an "equivalence" sentence, but seems like it should be able to be stated the other way. Maybe with a possessive?? (kona?)