2 edition of glossary of Hawaiian Japanese found in the catalog.
glossary of Hawaiian Japanese
|Statement||by Fumio Inoue.|
|LC Classifications||PL693.H37 I56 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||25 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||90176039|
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The Hawaii Japanese Center museum in Hilo owns a copy of an early Japanese-Hawaiian-English dictionary. So these were literate, civilized, perhaps even sophisticated citizens of Japan, suddenly.
This Hawaiian language algebra book published in is apart of The University of California Libraries Rare books collection. Two works issued together with general t.-p.: the first ( p.) is a translation by A. Bishop of the author's First lessons in algebra; the second (, 45 p., with special t.-p.
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List of Hawaiian dictionaries. Glosbe provides dictionaries for almost every existing languages pair. Here you can see some of them, that are connected with language Hawaiian. Choose your dictionary from the list below or use select boxes on the right.
Click on all dictionaries link to get full list dictionaries. A dictionary of RH AN Andrews, Lorrin, A dictionary of the Hawaiian language, Rev. by H. Parker. Prepared under the direction of the Board of Commissioners of Public Archives of the Territory of Hawaii.
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Countless Hawaiian books have been written over the years. Some chronicle the history of the Hawaiian islands and recount stories passed down through generations via oration and mythology.
Others narrate World War II and the struggles of modern-day Hawaii, as it became the 50th state added to the United States in The name Kai or Cai / ˈ k aɪ / has various origins and meanings in different cultures.
In Basque, kai is a common word meaning "pier of a harbor"  and a variant of the first name Kaio (from the old Latin name Caius, meaning "happy").
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But Hawaii’s Japanese population—aboutmore than one-third of the territory’s total population—did not face mass removal and imprisonment similar to what transpired on the mainland. Instead, the Army’s “selective” policy resulted in roughly 2, people of Japanese.
An English-Hawaiian dictionary; with various useful tables: prepared for the use of Hawaiian-English schools by Hitchcock, H.
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An excellent book to help you learn about the people who are keeping the Hawaiian culture alive in their chosen professions and hobbies - from hula to canoe racing; making tapa to taro planting.
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