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  1.    #1  
    Anyone ever see a Hawaiian - English/English- Hawaiian dictionary for the Treo/Palm?

    Thanks,

    stevo
  2. #2  
    This is the only one I have ever found but have never tried it myself they have a English/Hawaiian Module that you can add in with 4807 entries.

    http://www.evolutionary.net/dict-info.htm
  3. #3  
    wouldn that be english to polynesian????
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    I've never seen one, but that would be a nice one...
    "A man who drinks only water, has something to hide to his fellow man."

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  5. #5  
    Not a dictionary but a good site: www.pidginbible.org/index.htm
    "A man who drinks only water, has something to hide to his fellow man."

    My beer blogs:

    Rev. Rhino on Flickr

    Rev. Rhino on Twitter
  6. #6  
    Quote Originally Posted by loki007420
    wouldn that be english to polynesian????
    No. Hawaiian is a distinct dialect in a large family of Polynesian languages. Other dialects in this family include Samoan, Tongan, Maori and Tahitian to name but a few.

    I grew up in Hawaii and wish that Hawaiian language was taught when I was in school (late 60's to 80's). The teaching of Hawaiian is more widespread now in both the public and private school systems, which is great.
    CGordonn
    SPCS Treo 700p
    Virginia Beach, VA but home will
    always be Honolulu, HI
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    Yes Hawaii is a great place, my old job would send me every 6 months for 2 weeks at a time. I was at that job for 7 years, til we all got laid off! Tryin' to get my wife to go there for a vacation, hopefully soon....its been a year.
    "A man who drinks only water, has something to hide to his fellow man."

    My beer blogs:

    Rev. Rhino on Flickr

    Rev. Rhino on Twitter

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