There are many Hawaiian names, but what about yours? Is there a Hawaiian equivalent?
Translating your name into Hawaiian is done phonetically. And since there are only five vowels and eight consonants in the Hawaiian alphabet, many names will be the same when using a phonetic translation.
Here are the translations for my family:
The site I visited has hundreds and hundreds of first name translations. Since I have four first names, I can translate my entire name:
Kelela Ana Lina Malakina
(Cheryl Ann Linn Martin)
(Note: I had to use the traditional Lynn)
Fun, huh? The photo above is the Hawaiian bracelet I bought when I lived in Hawaii. See my first name?
Click on this link to translate your name:
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