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He Kālailaina Huneʻaʻau
|Title:||He Kālailaina Huneʻaʻau|
|Contributors:||Wong, K. Laiana (advisor)|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i at Manoa|
This paper presents an analysis of the category of words defined as “particles following the demostratives” by Elbert and Pukui, and more recently described as “huneʻaʻau” by Kamanā and Wilson. Since, and outside of these works, there has not been a complete study of this category of words, nor has there been a singular resource that displays and analyzes the broad range of meaning and usage, this study is meant to add to the works completed by presenting and clarifying the syntax and order in which these words appear, the probable meanings and context in which they are used, and finally the distribution of these words in the narrative, the authorial interjections, and character dialogues mainly in the story of Kana as written by Joseph Hoonaauao Kanepuu in the newspaper Ke Au Okoa and other selected Hawaiian language literary sources. This paper also aims to be a resource to further aid in the understanding of these sometimes indeterminate words.
|Description:||M.A. Thesis. Ph.D. Thesis. University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa 2019|
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M.A. - Hawaiian|
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