Here Are 8 Things You Might Not Have Known About The Hawaiian Language

The Hawaiian Islands are unique in more ways than any single person could count and that includes our language, vocabulary, and local diction. Most people from Hawaii don’t exclusively speak Hawaiian — except those who call Niihau home — and though there are a variety of words and phrases from the Hawaiian language that are still frequently used today, not everyone knows these 8 facts about this beautiful language, especially tourists or those who have recently moved to the islands. 

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