Do you need a list of English words of Hawaiian origin? The English language has taken words from many languages over the years. In this article we’ll take a look at Hawaii and its language.
Wikipedia has a great site where you can find a list of English words of Hawaiian origin. Here are a few examples:
Now that you have a list of English words of Hawaiian origin, maybe you would like more information about Hawaii. Hawaii became a state in the United States of America on August 21, 1959.
Hawaii is the only state that is a group of islands. It is found in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, 2000 miles from the mainland of the United States.
Hawaii is a part of the Hawaiian Island chain, which is a huge chain of islands stretching over 1500 miles. The whole archipelago is made up of around 130 islands, with some of them being very small.
Hawaii's nickname is The Aloha State. The eight main islands and their nicknames are:
The Hawaiian Islands have around one million people. It is a very popular destination for tourists because of the active and dormant volcanoes, tropical climate, gorgeous beaches, and great waves.
Being isolated, Hawaii has its own brand of culture and language, with influences from North America and Asia.
A few things make Hawaii unique:
Here is a list of some of the official symbols of Hawaii:
Each main island has an official color:
Hawaii and Alaska are the only two states that do not border another state.
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