Like One Fish Out of Water

Learning ‘Ōlelo

‘Ōlelo is a Hawaiian word meaning language, speech, word, etc. The following are words or phrases in Hawaiian or Hawaiian Pidgin used in The Niuhi Shark Saga. To see past articles about Hawaiian language and culture, click on the Hawaiiana category in the left side bar. Click on a word below to learn its definition and proper usage.

(‘okina as first letter)

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One Boy, No Water
Zader's living like a fish out of water.
One Shark, No Swim
Because even out of the water Zader's not safe.
Birth
Uncle Kahana and Ilima find Zader abandoned on the reef at Piko Point as a baby.