Share Your Love in Hawaiian

Just in case you want to whisper sweet nothings to your loved-one, in the beautiful language of the Hawaiian Islands, the Babble Blog has shared some common terms of endearment.

Examples include:

Aloha no au ia ‘oe = I do love you

me ke aloha pau ‘ole = with undying love, or love forever

me ke aloha palena ‘ole = with boundless love

I wonder how you’d say “we love our readers” in Hawaiian?

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  1. Aloha and Mahalo for visiting and commenting. And in answer to the question, I believe that indeed there are many incredible people at the major resorts. However, the price will be a LOT higher, and this is why individual masseuses often have such a devoted following because they can charge less and often extend your time on the table if it’s needed! If you want any detailed info, email me, ok? Blessings, Kuanyin

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