What is the Hawaiian alphabet?

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The Hawaiian alphabet has a total of 13 letters, which include five vowels and eight consonants, among them is the glottal stop, called okina in Hawaiian. The Hawaiian language obtains its name from Hawaii; the biggest island.
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There are 13 letters of the Hawaiian Alphabet, A, E, I , O , U, H, K, L, M, N P, W and ʻ which is called ʻOkina.
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The Hawaiian Alphabet contains 12 letters: 5 vowels (a, e, i, o, u)
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Alaea salt is also popular sprinkled over steak and pork loin. Traditionally, Hawaiian salt is used to preserve meats such as fish and jerky. It is also a main seasoning in Hawaiian
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Q It is simple, yet somehow regal. Its flourish is soft and subtle, but still effectively sets it apart. In fact, it is so attractive, it's the only letter of the alphabet to have
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The Hawaiian alphabet has 12 different letters, including A, E, I, O, U, H, K, L, M, N, P, and W.
The early Hawaiian writing system developed in 1822 by Protestant missionaries to Hawaii included 22 letters.
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