complete with both a Hawaiian- English/English-Hawaiian listing, is the collaborative work of three leading authorities on the Hawaiian language—Henry P. Judd, Mary Kawena Pukui, and John F. G. Stokes.
Scholarly, accurate and thorough, it is valuable not only to students, cultural professionals, and native speakers, it’s also a great resource for readers who are only interested in learning a few Hawaiian words and phrases.
The Hawaiian language is still a living language in today’s Hawai‘i. Innumerable words from its colorful vocabulary have become thoroughly integrated into everyday life. However much or little you want to learn, this useful work will instruct you faithfully and well.