Metaglossia: The Translation World
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Volunteers needed to bring Hawaiian language into digital age | Hawaii Insider | an SFGate.com blog

One of the fruits of the continuing Hawaiian cultural renaissance that began in the 1970s is the growing, though still relatively small, number of speakers of the Hawaiian language, and one of the best online resources for learners — in my humble opinion — is the Ulukau Hawaiian Electronic Library. I’ve often consulted its compendium of the most respected Hawaiian-English dictionaries at www.wehewehe.org for the correct spelling, shade of meaning, a sample proverb or origin of a place name. So I’m excited about an opportunity to pay the favor forward, digitally speaking, by helping with another of Ulukau’s online resources: Ho‘olaupa‘i, the Hawaiian Nūpepa Collection.

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