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51 Hawaiian Proverbs.



1. A bad one breaks his board.. Hawaiian Proverb. A bad one breaks his board.

2. A coral reef hardens into land.. Hawaiian Proverb. A coral reef hardens into land.

3. A coral reef strengthens into land.. Hawaiian Proverb. A coral reef strengthens into land.

4. A full sail helped him to arrive.. Hawaiian Proverb. A full sail helped him to arrive.

5. A good surfer will not get wet.. Hawaiian Proverb. A good surfer will not get wet.

6. A heart as big as a house.. Hawaiian Proverb. A heart as big as a house.

7. A person who talks about his inferiors hasn't any.. Hawaiian Proverb. A person who talks about his inferiors hasn't any.

8. Abuse is like a god that destroys his master.. Hawaiian Proverb. Abuse is like a god that destroys his master.

9. All knowledge is not taught in one school.. Hawaiian Proverb. All knowledge is not taught in one school.

10. Be one in love.. Hawaiian Proverb. Be one in love.

11. Continue to do good, and heaven will come down to you.. Hawaiian Proverb. Continue to do good, and heaven will come down to you.

12. Dip your paddle in and join the effort.. Hawaiian Proverb. Dip your paddle in and join the effort.

13. Do not allow sins to get beyond creeping.. Hawaiian Proverb. Do not allow sins to get beyond creeping.

14. Enjoy the beat of other drums, but this is my song.. Hawaiian Proverb. Enjoy the beat of other drums, but this is my song.

15. Go inquire of the other birds.. Hawaiian Proverb. Go inquire of the other birds.

16. Hi is as albatross that observes the ocean.. Hawaiian Proverb. Hi is as albatross that observes the ocean.

17. Hush, lest the wind arise.. Hawaiian Proverb. Hush, lest the wind arise.

18. If you plan for a year, plant kalo. If you plan for ten years, plant koa. If you plan for one-hundred years, teach the children.. Hawaiian Proverb. If you plan for a year, plant kalo. If you plan for ten years, plant koa. If you plan for one-hundred years, teach the children.

19. In language there is life, in language there is death.. Hawaiian Proverb. In language there is life, in language there is death.

20. In the end...we will take care of only what we love; We will love only what we understand; We will understand only what we are taught.. Hawaiian Proverb. In the end...we will take care of only what we love; We will love only what we understand; We will understand only what we are taught.

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