ʻŌlelo Okinawa

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ʻŌlelo Okinawa - ʻulaʻula.

ʻO ka ʻŌlelo Okinawa (沖縄口, Uchinaaguchi, ‘Ōlelo Pelekania: Okinawan language) kahi ʻōlelo mai ka mokupuni o Okinawa (ma Iāpana). ʻO ia kekahi o nā ʻŌlelo Liu Kiu.

I Iāpana, manaʻo ia he ʻano ʻōlelo (‘Ōlelo Pelekania: dialect). Ma waho o Iāpana, manaʻo ia he ʻōlelo.[1]

ʻŌlelokīkēkē[E ho'opololei | edit source]

Nā huaʻōlelo maʻamau
ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi ʻŌlelo Okinawa ʻŌlelo Iāpana
aloha はいさい (haisai) こんにちは (konnichiwa)
e komo mai めんそーれー (mensooree) ようこそ (yōkoso)
aloha kakahiaka うきみそーちー (ukimisoochii) おはようございます (ohayōgozaimasu)
ʻae うー (uu) はい (hai)
ʻaʻole をぅーをぅー (wuuwuu) いいえ (iie)
mahalo にふぇーでーびる (nifeedeebiru) ありがとうございます (arigatōgozaimasu)

Kūmole[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Use them or lose them: There's more at stake than language in reviving Ryukyuan tongues The Japan Times
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