Wehewehe Wikiwiki Hawaiian language dictionaries

1. To possess. No word in Hawaiian; commonly expressed by he followed by a possessive: I have a car, I had a car, he kaʻa koʻu. See got.

2. Necessity. Pono. I have to go, pono au e hele.

3. Verb auxiliary. Ua or unexpressed. I have gone, ua hele au; hele au.

ua loaa.

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