A Hawaiian “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes” Song

Hawaiian Language Version of:

HEAD, SHOULDERS, KNEES, and TOES

Lyrics + Pronunciations

POʻO
(poh•oh)

 

POʻOHIWI
(poh•oh-hee-vee)

 

KULI
(coo-lee)

 

MANAMANAWĀWAE
(mah-nah-mah-nah-vaah-vye)

 

**BRIDGE**

 

MAKA
(mah-kah)

 

PEPEIAO
(peh-peh-yao)

 

WAHA
(vah-hah)

 

IHU
(ee-hoo)

 

 

 

 

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A Hawaiian Parts-of-the-Face Song

“A Hawaiian Parts-of-the-Face Song”

Learn how to say “Nose, Eyes, Ears, and Mouth” in ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi

Lyrics + Pronunciations

IHU
( ee-hoo )

MAKA
( mah-kah )

PEPEIAO
( peh-peh-yao )

WAHA
( bah-hah )

BONUS WORD: 

ALO ( ah-loh )  =  FACE

 

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