Compatible with MAC Native X, (Universal Binary OS X)
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In this module of the Click Hawaiian series Hawai'i street and place names are offered to visitors, new residents, visitor industry or anyone interested in learning the proper pronunciation and definitions of Hawaiian places and streets using their computer. Click on a place name and your computer will sing the sound of a place name by a native speaker.
No one wants to sound like a malihini (newcomer), right?
Culture IS language, afterall...
Approximately one hundred-sixty place and street names located on the main island of O'ahu were chosen for their difficulty or importance and are presented along with proper Hawaiian pronunciation and definitions. The pronunciation is digital audio recorded from Hawaiian master chanter and National treasure, Ka‘upena Wong.
The seven land districts on the island of O‘ahu: Kona, Ko‘olaupoko, Ko‘olauloa, Wahiawa, Waialua, Wai‘anae, and ‘Ewa are emphasized, although many of the street and place names occur on the Hawai‘i Neighbor Islands also. Proper pronunciation of these place names just might be the lead to confidence in pronouncing place names on other islands.
Here is the audio window Mac OS X:
Sample ... click to hear
Also PCs with Windows XP (graphic appearance somewhat different)
Includes unique Hawaiian language-ready font
with ‘uina and kahakō...
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