Hawaiian to Bambara Translation


Common Phrases From Hawaiian to Bambara

MahaloA' ni cɛ
E ʻoluʻoluSabari
E kala maiHakɛto
Alohaaw ni baara
AlohaKan bɛ
Pehea ʻoe?I ka kɛnɛ wa?
E kala mai iaʻuHakɛ to
ʻaʻole maopopo iaʻuNe tɛ a dɔn
Maopopo iaʻun y'a faamu
Pēlā koʻu manaʻoNe hakili la, o de don
Malia pahaA bɛ se ka kɛ
A hui hou nōKan bɛn kɔfɛ
E mālamaI janto i yɛrɛ la
He aha lā?Mun bɛ ye?
HoʻopoinaKana i janto a la
ʻae nō hoʻiKɔsɛbɛ
I kēia manawaO yɔrɔnin bɛɛ la
E hele kāuaAn ka taa

Interesting information about Hawaiian Language

Hawaiian is a Polynesian language spoken by the indigenous people of Hawaii. It has around 24 letters in its alphabet and features simple phonetics, making it relatively easy to pronounce for English speakers. The Hawaiian language holds cultural significance as it was traditionally used in chants, songs, and storytelling. However, due to colonization and efforts to suppress native languages during the late 19th century onwards, Hawaiian experienced a decline in usage over time. In recent years though there has been an increased effort towards revitalizing the language with various initiatives promoting its learning and preservation. Today, there are estimated to be approximately 2,000 fluent speakers of Hawaiian along with many more learners who aim at keeping this unique linguistic heritage alive.

Know About Bambara Language

Bambara, also known as Bamanankan or Bamana, is a prominent language spoken in West Africa. It belongs to the Mande branch of the Niger-Congo language family and serves as one of Mali's national languages. With over 15 million speakers primarily concentrated in Mali, Burkina Faso, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Guinea-Bissau and Gambia; it holds significant regional importance. The writing system for Bambara utilizes an adapted version of the Latin alphabet with additional diacritical marks representing tonal distinctions. This tonal aspect plays a crucial role in conveying meaning within words that may otherwise appear identical phonetically. As an influential trade language throughout history due to its widespread usage across ethnic groups within West Africa; learning Bambara can foster cultural understanding while providing access to diverse communities and their rich traditions.

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