How Do You Say Your Welcome in Hawaiian?

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To say you're welcome in Hawaiian say A ole pilikia. That is used as a response to you're welcome. It translates to no problem. He me iki ia is another way to say you're welcome. To say thank you in Hawaiian you could say, mahalo. To say thank you very much you say, mahalo nui loa. Though Hawaii is part of the United States the state has its own language which is Hawaiian. The state has two official languages, they are Hawaiian and English.
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A'ole pilikia is Hawaiian for You're Welcome.
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The word welcome in Hawaiian is said as Aloha mai, E Komo mai, or Kipa aloha. E Komo mai is pronounced "eh como my" and literally means "come in".
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honi ko'u ule that's the best way to say it :D.
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You are Welcome in Hawaiian is He mea iki(Hay MAY-ah EE-kee).ChaCha!
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Directly translated from English to Hawaiian: E komo mai i ka palekaiko. Come on in to paradise. An actual Hawaiian phrase speaking of welcome: I kū ā hele mai i kē
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