Hawaiian Words - Translation and Dictionary

Hawaiian Words - Translation and Dictionary

By Bassm Boles

  • Category: Reference
  • Release Date: 2011-10-24
  • Current Version: 3.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 18.63 MB
  • Developer: Bassm Boles
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 1,028 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Hawaiian Words - Translation and Dictionary App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
From 1,028 Reviews
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Hawaiian Words - Translation and Dictionary App Description

Download now to learn common Hawaiian Words! Simply enter a word to translate, or browse through hundreds of translations! • Over 1700 Hawaiian words • Hear words pronounced out loud (upgrade) • Search by English or Hawaiian • Share words via e-mail or Twitter • Easy pronunciation instructions • Hawaiian Word of the Day notifications Hundreds of 5-Star Reviews: • "Trying to learn Hawaiian and it is soo helpful!!" • "This app is the best Hawaiian translation that I have ever used. Aloha!" In-App Purchases ------------------------------------------------------ Audio Pack • Learn to pronounce words out loud! Hawaiianize • Convert any word into a Hawaiian word! Remove Ads • Permanently remove advertisements. Hawaiian Bundle • All upgrades in one discounted bundle! Learn to speak the language of the Hawaiian islands! Our dictionary contains many vocabulary words, popular phrases, common sayings, and slang. The Hawaiian word for Love is Aloha. It is also the word for Hello, Goodbye, Affection, and Sympathy. Use Hawaiian words when you travel to Oahu, Maui, Molokai, Lanai, Kauai, or Hawaii (the Big Island). ------------------------------------------------------ Check out our companion app: Hawaiian Names!

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App Reviews

  • Doesn’t work even after I bought it

    1
    By SC2346
    Unless you only want to translate the word Papa it doesn’t work.
  • Very helpful and fun

    4
    By Mike VV.
    This is a great way to learn words in Hawaiian. They also have an app for translating names. We used this quite a bit on our family vacation. This was helpful and fun! Thank you for this app!
  • Not a good app

    1
    By Jesseheytre
    Look for something else. This app has been a boring adventure. You can google words you need. Plus in Hawaii they speak English lol.
  • Audio

    1
    By Healani808
    Audio is terrible. I would advise getting a real Hawaiian language person to speak the words properly.
  • Worst app ever

    1
    By Chl9e
    This is the worst app ever. This app will not let me use the bundle pack I bought and it will not work after restoring purchase every time. Is any one else having this problem? If so plz help me.
  • Word of the day

    4
    By megannmaui
    I love this app. It’s THE BEST Hawaiian word app. But, I got a new iPhone and had to get the app again. This time it’s not letting me get the word of the day. I have it set to do that. What’s up with that???
  • Auwe!!

    1
    By Tentgoddess
    Suggestion: Get a native Hawaiian speaker to voice the pronunciation. For goodness sake— the pronunciation is horrifying and NOTHING like Hawaiian is spoken. I used the app for a time to look up words. Then I sprang for the spoken bit. To teach my grandsons. Seriously? You need to give me my money back! Nothing like Hawaiian words sound! If you say the words as you are saying them, no one will understand. It’s offensive actually. If you need so references, I can connect you with native speakers. What I’m listening to is a travesty. Rea T Fox Hawaii
  • Aloha Ed

    3
    By Ed Shuster
    This does not translate the most basic and simplest of Hawaiian words. Like “kokua”
  • Hawaiian to the MAX!!!

    5
    By Konabigdaddy
    Very informative love this app
  • Aloha

    4
    By bawlmerbunny
    This app is great for learning/translating basic Hawaiian. It doesn't replace a full fledged language program, but it also doesn't claim to. I use it to help with mele lyric translations and to look up fun words for everyday conversations, and for that it's great.

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