Hawaiian Studies » Ka hua ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi a ka pule. (The Hawaiian word of the week)

Ka hua ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi a ka pule. (The Hawaiian word of the week)

A hui hou
  • Until we meet again
 
This phrase broken down literally translates into "until [we] meet again."
The "A" means until, "hui" means congregate, meet, unite..., and "hou" means new, again, and repeat.
This is usually used in place of aloha as goodbye.  
 
Follow the link below to view a song , "A hui hou," being performed by our very own Ke Kumu D.