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Paolo Emiliano Botta's List
(1828)

Paul-Émile Botta was born Paolo Emiliano Botta, in Turin, Italy, on December 6, 1802. His father was Italian historian Carlo Giuseppe Guglielmo Botta (1766–1837). In 1820 they moved to Paris where he studied under Henri Marie Ducrotay de Blainville.

Botta was selected to be naturalist on a voyage around the world. Although he had no formal medical training, he also served as the ship surgeon. Le Heros under Captain Auguste Bernard Duhaut-Cilly (1790–1849) left Le Havre April 8, 1826 and sailed south through the Atlantic Ocean, stopping in Rio de Janeiro and around Cape Horn. They traveled up the coast stopping at Callao, Mexico, and Alta California. Jean Baptiste Rives (1793–1833), the former secretary of the Kingdom of Hawaii, had convinced investors from the family of Jacques Laffitte to finance the voyage to promote trade to California and Hawaii, but Rives disappeared along with some of the cargo. After visiting the Hawaiian Islands they reached China on December 27, 1828. In late July, 1829, the Heros returned to Le Havre.

adapted from the Wikipedia article: Paul-Émile Botta

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num.list wordmodern Hawaiianlist glossItalian
1.Moutimūkī ('kissing noise')hug, embraceAbbracciare
2.PinicawīnekavinegarAceto
3.OuaiwaiwaterAcqua
4.Ouai velawai welahot waterAcqua calda
5.Lamalama ('rum')brandy, ginAcquavita
6.Couhikuhi ('indicate by pointing'), kui ('needle')needle, hand of a clockAgo
7.LaaoulāʻautreeAlbero
8.Ourouʻulubread(fruit) treeAlbero a pane
9.Inoounai lunahighAlto
10.Manounama lunaon highAlto (in)
11.Arohaalohato loveAmare
12.ArohaalohafriendshipAmicizia
13.ArohaalohaloveAmore
14.AikanèaikānefriendlyAmico
15.Matemaketo killAmmazzare
16.Macaomakaufish hookAmo
17.Coukeni-ere? huakaʻi heleto go, walk, moveAndare
18.Comolinakomo limaringAnello
19.Manou coloamanu kōloaduckAnitra
20.MataitimakahikiyearAnno
21.EnouenouèānuenuerainbowArco baleno
22.Hikihikito arriveArrivare
23.Pouleoupūlehuto roastArrostire
24.Poheheepoʻēʻē, pōpʻaeʻae / poʻohiwi ('shoulder')armpitAscelle
25.Aviaaliato waitAspettare
26.Mainei? maʻaneʻi ('here'), mai nei ('this way')axes ?Assi
27.Paa-hanapaapaʻa / hana paʻato attach, to bindAttaccare
28.Mamouama muabeforeAvanti
29.NanìnanibeautifulAvvenente
30.Moutimūkī ('sip')to kissBaciare
31.Aou-aouʻauʻauto batheBagnarsi
32.CohorakoholāwhaleBalena
33.Hourahulato danceBallare
34.Poca*hulahula ('dance')ball, to danceBallo
*perhaps from 'polka' ?
35.MajamaiʻabananaBanano
36.OumioumiʻumiʻumibeardBarba
37.Mararomalalodown, downwardBasso (in)
38.Peppehipepehito beatBattere
39.Nani maÏtaÏnani maikaʻibeautifulBello
40.Mamouri? ma mulireadily ?Bentosto
41.InouinudrinkBere
42.KeokeokeʻokeʻowhiteBianco
43.PapapapabeamBilanciere di piroga
44.Pouhipuhi ('eel')grass snakeBiscia
45.OuahawahamouthBocca
46.OmoviʻōmolebottleBottiglia
47.PihipihibuttonBottone
48.Calouahakaula wahabridle, reinsBriglia
49.PoupoucapupukauglyBrutto
50.PipipipioxBue
51.NaaounaʻauintestineBudella
52.Ouahahè pouni pouniwahaheʻe, punipunilieBugia
53.Aroha taou poaloha kāua good nightBuona notte
54.Aroha taoupoaloha kāua good eveningBuona sera
55.Arohaalohagood dayBuon giorno
56.MaÏtaÏmaikaʻigoodBuono
57.La ('sun')heatCalore
58.Ohouvèʻōhulebald headedCalvo
59.Lorlè oua vailole wāwaepantsCalzoni lunghi (pantalons)
60.PaloulèpāluleshirtCamicia
61.Erèheleto walkCamminare
62.PelèpelebellCampanella
63.Comouikukui ('candlenut tree', 'lamp')candleCandela
64.IrioʻīliodogCane
65.Manomanō ('shark')'sea dog'Cane di mare (requin)
66.Kosugar caneCannamele
67.Pou, pounoui, nuicannon, gunCannone
68.Ourahula ('dance'), oli ('chant')sing, chantCantare
69.CaokaogoatCapra
70.PipipipibeefCarne
71.Pipipipibeef (?)Carne (viande)
72.Pipi pacaipipi paʻakaisalt beefCarne salata
73.Ouaraʻuala ('sweet potato')carrotCarota
74.Oukekèhoki ('mule'), ʻekake, lēlale, iākake ('donkey')cart, wagonCarro
75.PepapepapaperCarta
76.HarèhalehouseCasa
77.PahopahuboxCassa
78.Kepaoukēpau ('lead')tarCatrame
79.Aorè maitaÏʻaʻole maikaʻibadCattivo
80.Laouholauoho ('hair')hair (capelli. cavalli = horses)Cavalli
81.Liolio ('taut as a rope')*peg, bolt, rung of ladderCavicchio
82.KakepikāpikicabbageCavolo
83.Imiʻimito seekCercare
84.LolololobrainCervello
85.Emohemo ('disengaged, divorced, loose, unfastened')to cease, discontinueCessare
86.Naminami? namunamu ('to speak, to babble')to call, to nameChiamare
87.PapatorèpapakolebuttockChiappe
88.Poutatipuka kīkeyChiave
89.Harè-pourèhale pulechurchChiesa
90.Paniepanito shutChiudere
91.MacapomakapōblindCieco
92.Aoaosky, heavenCielo
93.Lihi lihi mavalihilihi makaeyelashCiglia
94.PouavoupōhakustoneCiottolo
95.JojoʻiʻoʻiʻoclitorisClitoride
96.Nihoniho ('tooth')coca (?)Coco
97.Ipou haorèipu haolewatermelonCocomero (anguria)
98.PanipanipanipanicoitionCoito
99.Lehilei ʻāʻī ('necktie, scarf'), iwilei ('collar bone')collarCollare
100.HouhouhihūangerCollera
101.AiʻāʻīneckCollo
102.Manou toumanukūpigeonColombo
103.PahipahiknifeColtello
104.Loule houlou houloulole huluhulu ('woolen clothes')blanketColtre
105.HatatahakakāfightCombattere
106.Likilikilike ʻā likelikeCome
107.Couaikūʻaito buyComprare
108.Iti'iketo understandComprendere
109.mewithCon
110.Elehohe lehoshell fishConchiglia
111.CaouvakaularopeCorda
112.Moemoèmoemoe ('to sleep')to go to bedCoricarsi
113.Peppejao pipipepeiao pipi ('ox ear')hornCorno
114.Mamamāmātravel rapidlyCorrere
115.OuakaʻūhāthighsCosce
116.Pourou-PouroupulupulucottonCotone
117.MacamakarawCrudo
118.Oumou oumouhumuhumuto sewCucire
119.Tarouakāluato cookCuocere
120.Coukèkuketo cookCuoco
121.Iri pippiʻili pipicow hideCuoja di bue
122.Iriʻilihide, skinCuojo
123.Naaounaʻauheart, courage, loveCuore
124.Nama ('at'), na ('by' agent)at, byDa
125.Aavihāʻawito giveDare
126.NilionihoteethDente
127.MarocomalokoinsideDentro
128.OcorèʻōkolearseDeretano (il)
129.Acoua KepoloAkua KiapolōDevilDiavolo
130.Hauahāna ('alert')diligentDiligente
131.Pohinapoinato forgetDimenticare
132.AcouaAkuaGodDio
133.Limalima ('hand')fingerDito
134.Inoʻino ('bad')sorrowDolore
135.ApopoʻapōpōtomorrowDomani
136.Apopo a kela iahoʻapōpō a kēlā akuday after tomorrowDomani (dopo)
137.Tamarikamaliʻi ('children')manservantDomestico
138.OuhainèwahinewomanDonna
139.Aeaeahiahi ('evening')afternoonDopo mezzodi
140.JamoèhiamoesleepDormire
141.CouakuabackDorso
142.Aouheaʻauheawhere?Dove?
143.Ouaouauaua ('tough')hardDuro
144.LakoulākoutheyEglino, elleno
145.Oneoneouhonohonograss, herb, plantErba
146.ToutakūkaeexcrementEscrementi
147.Pappa-papāpapabeansFagiuoli
148.PororipōlolihungerFame
149.Teti ouahinekeiki wahinegirlFanciulla
150.Teti canèkeiki kāneboyFanciullo (maschio)
151.TetikeikichildFanciullo (neutro)
152.LepolepomudFango
153.Havahanato do, makeFare
154.PorerehouapulelehuabutterflyFarfalla
155.Pourikipūliki ('vest')doublet, pulloverFarsetto
156.Nainaiʻōmaʻimaʻi ('weak, ailing, sickly')fatigue, labor, painFatica
157.PalapalaipalapalaifernFelce
158.OuhainèwahinefemaleFemmina
159.HaorèhaoironFerro
160.Ouraʻula ('red') / ua ʻā ('on, as a flame or light')flame, blazeFiamma
161.Caoura oumou-oumoukaula humuhumu ('sewing string'), lopi ('thread')threadFilo
162.PouapuaflowerFiore
163.Paoupauto finishFinire
164.Okiohōkioto whistleFischiare
165.Chouihonito sniff, smellFiutare
166.NalounaluwaveFlutto
167.LaoulauleafFoglia
168.OupaʻūpāscissorsForbici
169.Omouʻoma, imu (umu)oven, bake houseForno
170.Ita itaikaikastrongForte, robusto
171.ParaniPalaniFranceFrancia
172.Tecouacanèkaikunāne*brotherFratello
*perhaps from kaikuakāne
173.PouapuaarrowFreccia
174.AmouanouanuanucoldFreddo
175.LahèlaeforeheadFronte
176.PougunFucile
177.Poualoua ʻalua (? 'double gun')double shot gunFucile a due colpi
178.Pouè pacapuhi pakasmoke tobaccoFumar tabacco
179.OuhaiuahismokeFumo
180.AhèahifireFuoco
181.VahowahooutsideFouri
182.MoamoahenGallina
183.Manou alaimanu ʻalae ('mud hen')moor hen, pulletGallinella
184.PleplehoupelehūturkeyGallinaccio
185.OuavaiwāwaelegGamba
186.PopokipōpokicatGatto
187.Omaoumaouʻōmaʻomaʻo*yellowGiallo
*Being used for green, but Hawaiian colors are somewhat different than English colors; they don't match up one for one.
188.Coecoèkuʻekuʻe ('elbow, joint')kneeGinocchio
189.LaidayGiorno
190.OpiopioʻōpiopioyouthGiovane
191.Maparina___rush, reedGiunco
192.Paanipāʻanito playGiuocare
193.Na ('the' plural)theGli
194.TounakunaschoonerGoaletta
195.TouopoukuapuʻuhunchbackGobbo
196.CoecoekuʻekuʻeelbowGomito
197.MalamamālamagovernorGovernatore
198.PapaÏpāpaʻicrabGranchio di mare
199.Noni*nuibigGrande
*noui?
200.NouinuifatGrasso
201.Opou tetiʻōpū keiki*pregnantGravida
*literally a child's stomach, but maybe, if we perhaps...
202.OuècryGridare
203.OnounaulunapillowGuanciale
204.Ke, kake, kadef. articleIl, la (articolo)
205.Paoura? pau ola (= 'end life')to hang, hang oneselfImpiccare
206.Ouai elelèwai ʻeleʻele ('black liquid')inkInchiostro
207.PericaniPelekaneEnglandInghilterra
208.Itiʻiketo understandIntendere
209.NaaounaʻauintestinesIntestini
210.Oouaouʻo wauIIo
211.AainaʻāinaislandIsola
212.Imeineii nehineiyesterdayJeri
213.Kakadef. articleLa (articolo)
214.Maoma ʻōthereLà (avverbio)
215.Maocama ukathere upland (?)Là alto
216.LehelehelehelehelipsLabbra
217.Ai houèʻaihuethiefLadro
218.Ipououitouiipukukuilamp, lanternLampada
219.Hourouipahulu hipawoolLana
220.OoʻōʻōlancetLancetta
221.Pahoupahu ('to throw a spear')spearLancia
222.Emohemo ('loose, separated')to leave, omit, bequeath, abandonLasciare
223.OuaiouwaiūmilkLatte
224.Holoiholoito washLavare
225.Hanahanato workLavorare
226.LaaoulāʻauwoodLegno
227.Oua-hièwahiewood for fireLegno da fuoco
228.Laaou-alalaʻauʻala ('fragrant wood')sandalwoodLegno di sandalo
229.Ahoahofishing lineLenza
230.Caena*moenabedLetto
*maena?
231.Ereroelelo, alelotongueLingua
232.Loehilōʻihifar offLontano
233.MalamalamamālamalamalightLuce
234.MoomoʻolizardLucertola
235.MahinamahinamoonLuna
236.RoaloalongLungo
237.Mocou ouahinèmakuahinemotherMadre
238.Makamomiʻōnohi maka ('pupil, eyeball'), maka ('eye'), momi ('pearl')spot of the eyeMacchia dell'occhio
239.ViviwīwīleanMagro
240.MahimaʻiillnessMalattia
241.Eai, caou caoue ʻai, kaukauto eatMangiare
242.LimalimahandMano
243.CaikaiseaMare
244.Taouhaorè___ haolesailorMarinaro
245.CanèkānemaleMaschio
246.Picoicoipīhoihoi ('excited')masturbationMasturbazione
247.PenicalapenikalapencilMatita
248.Kakaiekakakahiaka ('morning')dawnMattino
249.ParapalaripeMaturo
250.Oouaouʻo waumeMe
251.CahounakahunaphysicianMedico
252.Ourèulemale memberMembro virile
253.MahinamahinamonthMese
254.Totokoko ('blood')menstruationMestrui delle donne
255.Loulū₃small shotMigliaruola
256.KaoukaʻumineMio
257.Heinacahainakā, hinakāhandkerchiefMoccicchino
258.Houpèhūpēnasal mucus, snotMoccio
259.ParouparoupalupalusoftMolle
260.Papou nouiroa___ nui loa (pāpā = 'fort')very muchMolto
261.No noui ro ununui loavery muchMolto
262.MaonamaunamountainMontagna
263.Hohorolioholo lioride horsebackMontar a cavallo
264.Mocou-kiroua(moku kia lua 'two-masted ship')mountain, mount, pileMonte
265.Hennahoue nahuto biteMordere
266.Matèmaketo dieMorire
267.NalonaloflyMosca
268.Amiamiʻamiʻamito move, budgeMuoversi lascivamente
269.HourahulamusicMusica
270.Pouca ihoupuka ihunostrilNarice
271.IhouihunoseNaso
272.Ouiri? wili ('wind, coil')ribbon, band, tape, stringNastro
273.MocoumokushipNave
274.Mocou kiacoromoku kia kolo3-masted shipNave a tre alberi
275.EreriʻeleʻeleblackNero
276.AorèʻaʻolenoNo
277.EinoainoanameNome
278.PonightNotte
279.Aou aouʻauʻauto swimNuotare
280.AoaocloudNuvola
281.MakamakaeyeOcchio
282.Alaʻalato have scentOdorare (aver odore)
283.Alaʻalato smellOdore
284.Neparaha? ma/i kēia todayOggi
285.Noourou? māmalu ('umbrella')umbrellaOmbrello
286.Camo-peppeiaokomo pepeiaoearringOrecchino
287.PeppeiaopepeiaoearOrecchio
288.MimimimiurineOrina
289.Mimimimito urinateOrinare
290.Ouatiuakiwatch, clockOrologio
291.Enamouriinā mulijust nowOr ora
292.IviiwiboneOsso
293.Mocou a canèmakua kānefatherPadre
294.Macanamakana ('present, prize')to pay, rewardPagare
295.Oueoueouweuweustraw, chaffPaglia
296.PalaouapalaoabreadPane
297.Painapaina₂cloth, woolen cloth, blanketPanno
298.Couva___peacock blue, violetPaonazzo
299.OreroʻōlelospeechParlare
300.Paanipāʻani ('play')to walkPasseggiare
301.MataoumakaʻufearPaura
302.PapourèpupulemadnessPazzo
303.HipahipasheepPecora
304.Arouarouʻaluʻalu___Pello
305.OurouourouhuluhulufurPelo
306.Manaomanaʻoto thinkPensare
307.Ipouipupot, kettlePentola
308.NonoforPer
309.Tiahano ke aha ('for the what')whyPerchè
310.TaoumahakaumahaheavyPesante
311.Lava ialawaiʻato fishPescare
312.Ia pihiiʻa, pihifishPesce
313.CahikahicombPettine
314.OuaiouwaiūbreastPetto
315.CaocaikahakaiseashorePiaggia
316.Ouèto weepPiangere
317.CalakālācoinPiastra
318.IriikilittlePiccolo
319.Otou pikeneliʻuʻuku, pikaninilittlePiccolo
320.OtoʻukulousePidocchio
321.OuavaiwāwaefootPiede
322.PouacoupōhakustonePietra
323.Paiapaeaflint stone for a gunPietra focaja da fucile
324.MoroamoloālazyPigro
325.OuauarainPioggia
326.KepaoukēpauleadPiombo
327.Ipoupacaipu pakapipePipa
328.Evaahe waʻacanoePiroga
329.PappapapāpapapeaPisello
330.Pou pana panapūpanapanapistolPistola
331.Ouroumanouhulu manufeatherPiuma
332.Inikiʻinikito pinchPizzicare
333.OuotouʻuʻukulittlePoco
334.Ouara kaikiʻuala kahiki ('potato')apple of the groundPomo di terra
335.Ouaiouwaiūto suck, to take the breastPoppare
336.Ipou alaipu ʻalamelonPopone
337.PouaapuaʻapigPorco
338.PoucapukadoorPorta
339.Oumaihō mai ('bring, give me')to bear, bring, carryPortare
340.AvaawaharborPorto
341.Itèhikito be able, canPotere
342.Palipalisteep cliffPrecipizio
343.Pourèpuleto prayPregare
344.Eraraoulālauto take, seizePrendere
345.CokkokikokokenearPresso
346.Ouili ouiliwikiwikiquickly, soonPresto
347.CahounakahunapriestPrete
348.Taboukaputo forbidProibire
349.Oto lelèʻuku lelefleaPulce
350.AnohiʻōnohipupilPupilla
351.PoupoupuʻupuʻupimplePustula
352.PiraoupilauputrifyPutrefatto
353.Piraoupilaustinking, fetidPuzzolente
354.CiakēiathisQuesto, colui
355.MaineimaʻaneʻihereQui
356.Ilaitè oumi oumikahi (?) ka ʻumiʻumito shaveRadersi (farsi la barba)
357.Pouna velevelepūnāwelewelespiderRagno
358.Copenakeleawe ('copper')copperRame
359.Arii, kinialiʻi, kinikingRe
360.Apoarouhapawalu ('1/8 of a dollar?)real, true, royal (money)Reale (moneta)
361.Aphahahapahā ('1/4 of a dollar')quarterReali (due)
362.Apalouahapalua ('1/2 dollar')fifty centsReali (quattro)
363.Macauamakanapresent, giftRegalo
364.Kanaouaikānāwairule, orderRegole
365.Paihoe ('paddle') ? pae ('to land')to row, paddleRemare
366.Ouki oukiwikiwikirow with strengthRemare con forza
367.HoèhoeoarRemo
368.Iviiwifish boneResta di pesce
369.OupenaʻupenanetRete
370.RapaoulapalaucureRimedio
371.Acoua? (akua = 'god')returnRitornante
372.CaokaikahakaiseashoreRiva
373.Lolè tomolole komo ('cloth to put on')clothes, frockRoba (veste)
374.Nahaperokinahā ___ paloke (?)to break, smashRompere
375.Nahahènāhāhāto breakRompere
376.OuraouraʻulaʻularedRosso
377.Lelè? (lele 'attack; jump, fly')to steal, robRubare
378.AoumèonesandSabbia
379.Oohoʻō ('poke, pierce')to bleed, let bloodSalassare
380.TouhakuhasalivaSaliva
381.Lelèleleto leap, jumpSaltare
382.TotokokobloodSangue
383.Acamai, itiakamai, ʻikeknowledgeSapere
384.Hamamahāmamato yawnSbadigliare
385.Ohopaʻoʻopabandy leggedSbilenco
386.CamakāmaʻashoeScarpa
387.Tamarikamaliʻi ('children')slaveSchiavo
388.Haohuʻa ('foam') hao ('scoop')foamSchiuma
389.Pahi cacapahi kaua; pahi kā ('cleaver')saberSciabola
390.Etetohe kekoape, monkeyScimia
391.Palapalapalapalato writeScrivere
392.Touvipikoʻi lipiaxe, hatchetScure
393.Enohoe nohoto sitSedersi
394.NohonohosaddleSella
395.OuaiouwaiūbosomSeno
396.HehèheʻecuttlefishSeppia
397.ApoeveningSera
398.Pouhipuhi ('eel')serpentSerpente
399.Maki ouaimakewaithirstSete
400.Ouaouwaʻuto scratchSgraffignare
401.ʻaeyes
402.Mahi paramaʻi pala₅syphilisSifilide
403.Couli coulikulikulisilenceSilenzio
404.Liki likilike (a) likesimilarSimile
405.Poì kanakapoʻe kānakasocietySocietà
406.Poui pouipuhipuhito blowSoffiare
407.LasunSole
408.Maki jamoèmaka hiamoe ('sleepy')sleepSonno
409.Coè coè macakuʻekuʻemakaeyebrowSopracciglio
410.Eroumie lomipress a limbSoppressar le membra (masser)
411.Couli peppeiaokuli pepeiaodeafSordo
412.Tecou ouhainèkaikuahinesisterSorella
413.AnianianianimirrorSpecchio
414.Pinepinescarf pin, broochSpilla
415.LepolepodirtySporco
416.Touhakuhato spitSputare
417.OcouhōkūstarStella
418.Etihie kihesneezeSternutare
419.Tapa lolèkapa lolematerial, fabricStoffa
420.ArenouialanuiroadStrada
421.MoenamoenamatStuoja
422.HoouhousweatSudore
423.PacapakatobaccoTabacco
424.Knepo___snuffTabacco da naso
425.Otiotiʻokiʻokito cutTagliare
426.Tataoukākau ('tattoo')to mince, cut small, color the body partTagliuzzarsie colorirsi le membra (tatouer)
427.Ehoura? (hula 'dance')drumTamburo
428.Papa caou caoupapa kaukau*tableTavola
*pākaukau today
429.Macaoumakaʻuto fearTemere
430.Roucauka ('toward upland')earth, groundTerra
431.Lepolepo ('dirt, earth')earthenwareTerra da stoviglie
432.PoopoʻoheadTesta
433.Laholaho ('scrotum')testicleTesticolo
434.OouhonuturtleTestuggine
435.Tipoukī pūto shoot at with a gunTirare d'un fucile
436.JorèʻioleratTopo
437.Toumoukunuto coughTossire
438.Hehenahehena ('insane, mad, lunatic')wicked, perverse, maliciousTristo
439.ʻoeyouTu
440.Louhouluʻuto plunge, dipTuffare
441.Apaoua pauallTutto, tutti
442.Pipi ouahinèpipi wahinecowVacca
443.Mahi poupoumaʻi pulupuluchicken poxVajuolo
444.Ipou lepoipu lepo ('clay pot')Majolica wareVaso di majolica
445.Ounalamaʻona lamadrunkardUbriaco
446.Lohiloheto hearUdire
447.ManoumanubirdUccello
448.Olu ouahinèluahineold womanVecchia
449.Eremacourèʻelemakuleold manVecchio
450.Nana, miri mirinānā, milimili₃to see, observeVedere
451.PeapeʻasailVela
452.Couaikūʻaito sell, vendVendere
453.MatanimakaniwindVento
454.OpouʻōpūbellyVentre
455.Nialainaverse, line of songVerso a
456.Lakekèlakeke ('jacket')suit (garment)Veste
457.Tiahakiaha ('glass for drinking')glassVetro
458.Erimai, pimaihele mai ('come hither'), piʻi mai ('come up, this way')comeVieni
459.OuainawainawineVino
460.Kepaoukēpau ('pitch, tar, resin, sticky substance'*)mistletoe, birdlimeVisco
*see kāpili manu 'to catch birds with lime'. Hawaiians used a sticky substance to catch birds (one or two feathers taken from each)
461.Kakou, oukoukākou ('all of us'), ʻoukou ('you folks')youVoi
462.Maki makimakemaketo wantVolere
463.LouailuaʻivomitVomitare
464.Makiaoumikiʻaonail, clawUnghia
465.KanakakanakamanUomo
466.Oaanaou? ___ nalo ('fly') (makika 'mosquito')mosquitoZanzara
467.Ooʻōʻōhoe, mattockZappa
468.Ipoupouipu pūpumpkin, gourdZucca
469.Kokaiki ___sugarZucchero
470.Akahiʻakahi11
471.Arouaʻalua22
472.Acoroʻakolu33
473.Ahahaʻahā44
474.Alimaʻalima55
475.Ahonouʻaono66
476.Aheïtouʻahiku77
477.Aouarouʻawalu88
478.Ahivaʻaiwa99
479.Oumiʻumi1010
480.Oumi tou mamacahiʻumi kumamākahi1111
481.Oumi tou mamarouaʻumi kumamālua1212
482.Oumi tou mamacoroʻumi kumamākolu1313
483.Oumi tou mamahahaʻumi kumamāhā1414
484.Ivacarouaiwakālua2020
485.Ivacaroua toumamacahiiwakālua kumamākahi2121
486.Ivacaroua tou mamacouaiwakālua kumamālua2222
487.Canacorokanakolu3030
488.Canacoro toumamacahikanakolu kumamākahi3131
489.Canahakanahā4040
490.Canaha toumamacahikanahā kumamākahi4141
491.Canalimakanalima5050
492.Canahonoukanaono6060
493.Canaheitoukanahiku7070
494.Canaouaroukanawalu8080
495.Canahivakanaiwa9090
496.Aroua canaha akahi iva carouaʻalua kanahā ʻakahi iwakālua (2 * 40, 1 * 20)100100

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Paul-Émile Botta (October–December 1831). "Observations sur les habitants des îles Sandwich". Nouvelles Annales des Voyages et des Sciences Geographiques 52. pp. 129–148. (French)

Edgar C. Knowlton, Jr. (1984). "Paul-Emile Botta, Visitor to Hawai'i in 1828". Hawaiian Journal of History 18 (Hawaii Historical Society). pp. 13–38. hdl:10524/353.

Alfons L. Korn (1984). "Shadows of Destiny: A French Navigator's View of the Hawaiian Kingdom and its Government in 1828". Hawaiian Journal of History 17 (Hawaii Historical Society). pp. 1–39. hdl:10524/272. Translation from French of Auguste Bernard Duhaut-Cilly, Voyage autour du monde, principalement à la California et aux Îles Sandwich, pendant les années 1826, 1827, 1828, et 1829