1. Asians and Pacific Islanders make up the majority of the population of Hawai'i. Music has always played a central role for all these communities. In early Hawai'i, mele, or chant, was the most important means of remembering myths of gods and deeds of powerful people. Today, Hawaiians continue to use.
  2. Ke Akua(God) Ho'omaika'i(Bless) Oe(You)! While the above answer may be right it depends what you're saying it in regards to. For instance if you were saying it to someone who just sneezed I'd use.
  3. 'God loves you' is an informative statement, similar to 'the teacher instructs us'; but 'God bless you' is a request for God to do that, in response to some behavior on the part of the other person.
  4. Lyrics to 'The Meaning Of Aloha (Aloha Oe)' by Melveen Leed. Discovered using Shazam, the music discovery app. My Library; Apps Top Songs By Melveen Leed. TRACK. My Hawaiian Country. Melveen Leed. Melveen Leed. Crazy (Pupule) Crazy (Pupule) Melveen Leed.
  5. May 14,  · You ask. We answer. We got an e-mail from HAWAII Magazine reader Candice Sanders, asking for our help in identifying a Hawaiian song: I am looking for the words and music to a Hawaiian song that is often sung at the end of concerts and also at the end of the Hawaii Ironman Triathlon.
  6. President Mary Tori Keegan, and the Pan Pacific Southeast Asian Women Association of Hawaii (PPSEAWAH), announces its Lifetime Achievement Award ceremony honoring Melveen Leed, to be held on March 24, Melveen Leed is being honored with a .
  7. Mahaaalo, with the extended a’s, is a play off my grandfather’s signature introduction and the title of our first album, Aloooha. In many ways, with the inclusion of our original music, we wanted to give thanks to Hawaii, Hawaiian music and the many people who impacted our lives.
  8. Apr 23,  · A timeless Hawaiian mele (song) receives a beautiful live version spanning the Islands. Seriously, stop what you’re doing and take a real life moment to pause and press play for this. Cyril Pahinui. Dozens of noteworthy local artists—like Cyril Pahinui, Ledward Kaapana, Paula Fuga, Imua Garza and Kimie Miner—from across genres come together and are joined by more than 1, keiki .
  9. Answer (1 of 1): The translation of the English phrase 'God bless you', to Hawaiian, is as follows: God: Ke Akua- Bless: Ho'omaika'i- You: OeSo altogether the passage would read 'Ke Akua Ho'omaika'i Oe'Although this is the literal translation of the text, sometimes the shortening of 'ola' is used in a circumstance such as after someone sneezes.

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