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Kahakai Elementary Māla Protocol for August 18, 2010

1. Oli Aloha: Kumu Malulani


http://kapalama.ksbe.edu/elementary/mele/oli_aloha/olialoha.php

Onaona i ka hala me ka lehua Fragrant with the breath of hala and lehua
He hale lehua nō ia na ka noe This is the sight I long to see

O ka‘u nō ia e ‘ano‘i nei Of this, my present desire


E lia‘a nei ho‘i o ka hiki mai Your coming fills me with eagerness

A hiki mai nō ‘oe Now that you have come


Hiki pū no me ke aloha Loves comes with you

Aloha ē, aloha ē Greetings, greettings

2. Oli Kahea: Nā Kamali‘i (option 1)


http://new.music.yahoo.com/kelii-taua/tracks/kunihi-ka-mauna--1316636

Kunihi ka mauna i ka la‘i ē The mountain stands out clearly


‘O Wai‘ale‘ale la i Wailua Mount Wai‘ale‘ale at Wailua
Huki a‘e la i ka lani Lifted up to heaven
Ka papa auwai o Kawaikini The stream plank of Kawaikini
Alai ‘ia ‘e la e Nounou Obstructed by Nounou
Nalo Kaipuha‘a Concealed is Kaipuha‘a
Ka laula mauka o Kapa‘a e The upland expance of Kapa‘a
Mai pa‘a i ka leo Do not withhold the voice
He ‘ole kahea mai ē Speak up the call to come in

Or Oli Kahea : Nā Kamali‘i (option 2)


http://kapalama.ksbe.edu/elementary/mele/oli_kahea_oli_komo/oli_kahea_komo.php

Kū mai au he Hawai‘i Here I stand as a Hawaiian


E hō‘ihi To be respectful
E mālama i nā kuleana And to take care of my responsibilities
E maliu Hear my call
E maliu mai ē My permission to enter
3. Oli Komo: Kumu Malulani

E hea i ke kanaka e komo maloko, Call to the man to come in,


E hanai ai a hewa waha; And eat till the mouth is estopt;
Eia no ka uku la, o ka leo, And this the reward, the voice,
A he leo wale no, e! Simply the voice.

5. Oli Mahalo (Kēhau Camara): Nā Kamali‘i


http://kapalama.ksbe.edu/elementary/mele/oli_mahalo/olimahalo.php

ɄUhola Ʉia ka makaloa lā The makaloa mat has been unfurled


In love, (food is/was shared) we share
Pū Ʉai i ke aloha ā

Kū kaɄi Ʉia ka hā loa lā The great breath has been exchanged


Pāwehi mai nā lehua Honored and adorned is the Lehua

Mai ka hoɄokuɄi a ka hālāwai lā


Mahalo e Nā Akua From zenith to horizon
Gratitude and thanks to our Akua
Mahalo e nā kūpuna lā, Ʉeā
Mahalo me ke aloha lā Gratitude and thanks to our beloved ancestors
Mahalo me ke aloha lā Gratitude, admiration, thanks, and love
To all who are present, both seen and unseen.

5. E Hō Mai (Edith Kamaka‘ole): Kumu Malulani me nā Kamali‘i


http://apps.ksbe.edu/kscholars/oli/ehomai

E hō mai (i) Grant us


ka Ʉike mai luna mai ē knowledge from above,

All the wisdom


ɄO nā mea huna noɄeau of the songs.
o nā mele ē
Grant,
E hō mai, Grant,
e hō mai, Grant us these things.
e hō mai ē (a)

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