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A Note about the Type

The Northwest Hawai`i Times strives to be as accurate as we can in the orthography of the Hawaiian language. Wherever possible, we include the `okina (symbol for a glottal stop) and the kahakō (macron over vowels to indicate lengthening of sound.) However, the appearance of these symbols – especially the kahakō - on the web pages depends on the computer program that you’re using.

 

symbol for glottal stop

macron over vowels to indicate lengthening

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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