HAWAIIAN KINGDOM LAW

E na kanaka,

E malama oukou i ke akua;

A e malama hoi ke kanaka nui 

a me kanaka iki; 

E hele ka elemakule,

ka lauhine, a me ke kama 

A moe i ke ala 

Aohe mea nana e hoopilikia;

Hewa no,  Make

 

O my people,

 Honor thy god;

Respect alike (the rights ofmen great and humble;

 See to it that our aged,

Our women, and our children

Lie down to sleep by the roadside

 Without fear of harm;

Disobey, and die.

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http://alaike.lcc.hawaii.edu/openstudio/frhb/pono-vom.ram

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