a word from Vocabulary Hawaiian
|Word meaning:||Broader meaning in Hawaiian, since males of your parents' generation (or older) may be called `anakala, even if they are of no relation. An `anakala is a male friend of your parents|
|Comments on word:||Note: makua kāne is an older term, which has fallen out of use with this meaning (now it just means 'father'). Also: makua kāne `ōpio used to mean 'parent's younger brother' specifically, while makua kāne makua meant 'parent's older brother'.|
This field gives a bibliographical source for the word.
• Andrews, L. (1865). A Dictionary of the Hawaiian Language, to Which is Appended an English-Hawaiian Vocabulary and a Chronological Table of Remarkable Events. Honolulu: Henry M. Whitney. Republished in 2003 by Island Heritage Press, with introductions by Noenoe K. Silva and Albert .1. Schutz.
•Elbert. S.H. awl Pukui, M.K. (1979). Hawaiian Grammar. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
•Pukui, M.K. and Elbert, S.H. (1986). Hawaiian Dictionary. Revised and Enlarged Edition. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
•Wilson, W.H. (1976). Standardized Hawaiian Orthography. Manuscript, University of Hawaii. Attributed to the University Committee for the Preservation and Study of Hawaiian Language, Art, and Culture.
|Pukui & Elbert 1986|
|Age:||Pukui & Elbert 1986 (1550–1986)|