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Hawaiian language internet resources

Postby Mamo » 2007-06-24, 0:28

As I add Hawaiian language internet resources, I will update this first post and post them all here.

Nā kumuwaiwai ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i (Hawaiian language internet resources):

1) http://ulukau.org/english.php
The Ulukau website is an invaluable collection of Hawaiian language resources for all Hawaiian language scholars. It contains: 1) <u> Ka Ho‘oilina: Puke Pai ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i </u> -- downloadable Hawaiian language publications and audio recordings from the Ho‘oilina project; 2) <u> Nā Palapala Mo‘okū‘auhau </u> -- a searchable genealogical database for Hawai'i residents; 3) <u> Nā Palapala o ka Māhele </u> -- a searchable index concerning the land divisions and their claimants under the Māhele Nui (mass division and privatization of Hawaiian land); 4) <u> Nā Nūpepa ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i </u> -- a searchable database of the massive collection of Hawaiian language newspapers; 5) <u> Nā Inoa ‘Āina </u> -- a searchable database of Hawai'i place names; 6) <u> Ka ‘Ohina Ki‘i Na Ed Greevy </u> -- Ed Greevy's picture collection; 7) <u> Nā Puke Wehewehe ‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i </u> -- an incredible online Hawaiian-English dictionary capable of searching for entries in the Hawaiian Dictionary by Elbert and Pukui, the Māmaka Kaiao (modern Hawaiian dictionary), the Andrews Dictionary, Place Names of Hawai‘i, and Hawai‘i Place Names. 8) <u> Nā Puke ‘Ē A‘e </u> -- a collection of 59 books, as of June 2007, written in the Hawaiian language, and among these books is the Hawaiian Bible and a searchable link to Kauakūkalahale (a contemporary Hawaiian language publication appearing every Sunday in the Star Bulletin).

2) http://www.ahapunanaleo.org/
The website for the 'Aha Pūnana Leo, a powerful force in Hawaiian language revitalization. The English version of the site may be accessed by activating the English tab at the bottom right hand corner of its page.

3) http://kgmb9.com/main/content/blogcategory/41/173/
‘Āha‘i Ōlelo Ola is a Hawaiian language segment of the weekday morning news on KGMB9. Recordings of the broadcast are available at the link above.

4) http://www.uatuahine.hawaii.edu/
Uatuahine includes a wide range of resources concerning Hawaiian language classes, stories, and projects. (Note: I often link to the online Hawaiian grammar materials from here specifically http://www.uatuahine.hawaii.edu/papa/ha ... fault.html)

5) http://ksdl.ksbe.edu/kulaiwi/
Kulāiwi is an online course in the Hawaiian language with 30 video lessons.

6) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hawaiian_language
A very informative Wikipedia article on the Hawaiian language.
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Postby Ariki » 2007-06-24, 1:11

Tena koe,

I assume that you'll be editing that Wikipedia article to maintain the highest possible standards, because Hawaiian is an endangered language - even with just 160 native speakers living isolated on Ni'ihau, should all of them be bilingual, there will always be the risk that they will just switch to English (of course, we know the amount of native speakers is about 1000 but nearly but approximately 850 of them do not live on Ni'ihau...)
Linguicide IS genocide. :)

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Postby Mamo » 2008-01-10, 3:09

There is another resource I'm putting in here. It is a channel at Veoh (a video sharing site, kind of like Youtube), for Hawaiian language media. There are only a couple of videos, and the Manaleo ones don't have very good audio, but it's a start. The video E ola ka 'olelo Hawai'i, however, has decent audio. Check it out here. http://www.veoh.com/channels/olelohawaii
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Postby Ariki » 2008-01-10, 11:01

Thankyou so much Mamo! Despite the quality, this is a really valuable resource. Mahalo!
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Postby Mamo » 2008-03-18, 0:48

Beginning last week Monday, KGMB9 started airing a short Hawaiian language segment called ‘Āha‘i ‘Ōlelo Ola in its weekday morning news.

http://kgmb9.com/main/content/blogcategory/41/173/

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Postby Ariki » 2008-03-18, 3:45

Aloha 'oe e ku'u hoa aloha,

He ui 'ana ka'u no ka mana'o o ka hua'olelo 'o 'aha'i. He hua'olelo verb 'anei 'oia, he hua'olelo noun wale no 'anei 'oia?

No ka mea, he hua'olelo verb 'oia ma loko i ko makou 'olelo.

Na kou hoa aloha
Linguicide IS genocide. :)

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Postby Mamo » 2008-03-18, 7:58

Aloha kāua e ko‘u hoa,

He painu (verb) ka ‘ōlelo “ ‘āha‘i,” akā, hiki ke ho‘ohana ‘ia i kikino (noun) ke ho‘opuka ‘ia ma hope o kekahi ka‘i (determiner). ‘O ka inoa ‘o “ ‘Āha‘i ‘Ōlelo Ola,” ke kuhi aku nei au ua kāpae ‘ia paha ke ka‘i, a ‘o ia ke kumu me kēlā ia inoa.

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Postby Ariki » 2008-03-20, 6:21

Aloha hou kaua,

He painu (verb) ka ‘ōlelo “ ‘āha‘i,” akā, hiki ke ho‘ohana ‘ia i kikino (noun) ke ho‘opuka ‘ia ma hope o kekahi ka‘i (determiner). ‘O ka inoa ‘o “ ‘Āha‘i ‘Ōlelo Ola,” ke kuhi aku nei au ua kāpae ‘ia paha ke ka‘i, a ‘o ia ke kumu me kēlā ia inoa.


Mahalo loa no kela ho'omaopopo 'ana. Ua mau ia'u. No laila, 'o kona inoa loa a'e paha 'o Ka 'Aha'i 'Olelo Ola?

It's longer name would have the determiner right?
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Re: Hawaiian language internet resources

Postby ILuvEire » 2009-02-05, 5:08

Oh wow, mahalo nui loa! These are very useful (sorry, I've only been learning Hawaiian for four days.)
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Re: Hawaiian language internet resources

Postby kahihi'o » 2009-04-30, 12:06

Episodes of the Hawaiian language television show Mānaleo are now available at ʻŌlelo.org. The program interviews native speakers of the language and records them for future generations.

Certain segments of the Bible in Hawaiian are now accompanied by audio recordings at Baibala.org.

Interviews held with native speakers of Hawaiian from other collections are in the process of being digitized and may become available in the near future.
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Re: Hawaiian language internet resources

Postby kahihi'o » 2009-08-29, 2:04

The Clinton Kanahele collection is an archived series of interviews done with native speakers in the 1970s. The collection includes complete mp3 recordings of these interviews and transcripts with English translations in pdf format.

http://library.byuh.edu/library/archives/kanahele
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Re: Hawaiian language internet resources

Postby kahihi'o » 2009-12-02, 22:20

http://kauluhoi.org/

Kauluhoi is an online Hawaiian language newsletter written by students at UH Mānoa.
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Re: Hawaiian language internet resources

Postby kahihi'o » 2009-12-10, 1:47

http://www.youtube.com/user/LearnHawaiian

This Youtube user uploads lessons on Hawaiian. She's extremely proficient in the language.
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Re: Hawaiian language internet resources

Postby kahihi'o » 2010-02-04, 23:35

http://moananui.org/BofM-Hawaiian-text.html

The Book of Mormon in Hawaiian.
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Re: Hawaiian language internet resources

Postby kahihi'o » 2010-06-18, 10:00

Below are two more Hawaiian language video resources.

http://www.oiwi.tv/
http://hawaiianlanguage.tv/
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Postby ILuvEire » 2010-06-18, 22:35

kahihi'o wrote:Below are two more Hawaiian language video resources.

http://www.oiwi.tv/
http://hawaiianlanguage.tv/

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Re: Hawaiian language internet resources

Postby kahihi'o » 2010-06-19, 3:17

ILuvEire wrote:
kahihi'o wrote:Below are two more Hawaiian language video resources.

http://www.oiwi.tv/
http://hawaiianlanguage.tv/

Oh mahalo nui loa ‘o Kahihi‘o! Ua ‘i‘imi au i wahi nā wikiō ma ka ‘ōlelo. :] (Did that make sense?)


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Mahalo nui loa e Kahihi‘o! Ua ‘imi au i wahi wikiō ma ka ‘ōlelo.
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Postby ILuvEire » 2010-07-06, 4:38

Mamo wrote:Beginning last week Monday, KGMB9 started airing a short Hawaiian language segment called ‘Āha‘i ‘Ōlelo Ola in its weekday morning news.

http://kgmb9.com/main/content/blogcategory/41/173/

Ua ne‘e wepihiki kēia i ka mea, grr. Ka mea hou ma‘ane‘i.
This website has changed URLs, grr. The new one is here.
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Postby kahihi'o » 2010-07-14, 10:50

ILuvEire wrote:
Mamo wrote:Beginning last week Monday, KGMB9 started airing a short Hawaiian language segment called ‘Āha‘i ‘Ōlelo Ola in its weekday morning news.

http://kgmb9.com/main/content/blogcategory/41/173/

Ua loli ka URL no ia kahua pūnaewele, tsā. Eia kona URL hou ma ‘ane‘i.
This website has changed URLs, grr. The new one is here.


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Re: Hawaiian language internet resources

Postby kahihi'o » 2010-07-21, 2:39

This is a content recommendation for kindergarten and first grade teachers in the Hawaiian immersion schools. There are several sentence patterns inside.

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http://www.k12.hi.us/~kaiapuni/HLIP/HwnLangK_1Guid.pdf
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