no/na + au = noʻu/naʻu (for me, belongs to me)
no/na + ʻoe = nou/nāu (for you, belongs to you)
no/na + ʻo ia = nona/nāna (for him/her, belongs to him/her)
Kū in this sentence is an onomatopoeia for stew.
I know that hoʻokahi means one, but shouldn’t a bowl also be acceptable?
Here's a recipe. Extremely similar for instance to the Eastern European tripe stew (for those learning the Polish tree, "flaczki", here's a recipe). I'm assuming this is some type of convergent evolution.