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HAWAIIAN CHRONOLOGICAL DESIGNATIONS
Ruth Horie, May 2006, rev. April 2012
 
makahiki = year
 
kau = semester, session, season
 
kau anu = winter
ho`oilo = winter
kupulau = spring
kau wela = summer
hā`ule lau = fall
la`a make = fall
 
mahina = month
malama = month
 
Ianuali = January
Pepeluali = February
Malaki = March
Apelila = April
Mei = May
Iune = June
Iulai = July
Aukake = August
Kepakemapa = September
Okakopa = October
Nowemapa = November
Kekemapa = December
 
lā = day
 
Pō`akahi = Monday
Pō`alua = Tuesday
Pō`akolu = Wednesday
Pō`aha = Thursday
Pō`alina = Friday
Pō`aono = Saturday
Lā Pule = Sunday
 
pule = week
 
Note: Certain consonants from English words may appear as is or they may be rendered into Hawaiian as follows:
 
B, F, PH > P
C, CH, D, G, Q, S, SH, T, TH, Z > K
J > IU
R > L
V > W
Y > I
 
Example:
 
February > Feberuari or Pepeluali