Is "ko Ka'iulani kupuna" right?
Both "ke kupuna o Kaʻiulani" and "ko Kaʻiulani kupuna" are accepted for this exercise, with "ke kupuna o Kaʻiulani" being the default answer. Some people might translate "ko Kaʻiulani kupuna" as "Kaʻiulani's grandparent".
Aloha. I am curious as to the use of kupuna which I took to mean elder (generic). I considered tutu or made up variant tutu makua and I believe there is kuku also. Can you clarify please?