Garons bo barons- for sure AKA “Shoots, bra!”
Broka da mouth - Broke the mouth. Absolutely delicious
Bumbye: When we get around to it; after a little while.
Choke: Meaning "a lot of something"; many; a large amount.
Grind: To eat like there's no tomorrow.
Haole: A word that used to mean foreigner, but now means a white person or Caucasian. See: Patrick Caenepeel
Howzit?: What’s happening? How’s it going? Frequently used informally by the locals in place of "Aloha".
K'Den: OK then; Agreed.
Kamaaina: A long time island resident or local. Oftentimes, hotels and airlines will offer special discounts called "Kamaaina Rates" to anyone who can prove their island residency.
Kokua: Help or assistance, as in "Your Kokua is needed to keep these islands free of litter. Mahalo!"
Lolo Buggah: A stupid or crazy guy.
Makai: Toward the sea or seaside. & Mauka: Towards the mountains.
Mo’ Bettah: Real good; great idea
Moke: Extremely large, local, tough guy.
Tita - Usually large, always tough, very local female version of moke
Okole: Your butt or rear end.
Okole Maluna- Bottoms up
Ono: Delicious; delightful or the best; groovy
Pau: Finished or done.
Pakalolo: Crazy smoke; marijuana
Pu pu: An appetizer
Slippas: This is also known as a pair of "flip-flops"
Wha? Bodda You? Does this bother you?
Broke yo face
Try. Please “Try wait”
Like beef? “Would you like to fight with me?”
Mahu. A homosexual
Hana hou. - Encore!