Halawai – A meeting
Hana – Work
Hapa – A portion; a fragment; a person is often called Hapa if they are ½ Hawaiian and ½ Irish, etc.
Hapai ka pohaku aka mai hapai ke kaumaha – King Kamehameha’s saying “Lift the rock but not the weight, and not the burden.
Hoe – Paddle used on outrigger canoe
Holomua – Improvement; progress
Ho’o – Not a complete word on its own but a prefix that adds activity, causation, and transition to the base word that follows it
Ho’ ohana – Working with intent and purpose
Ho’ohanohano – Honor and dignity of others; conducting yourself with distinction; cultivating respectfulness
Ho’okini – Keeping promises
CITE: MANAGING WITH ALOHA: Bringing Hawaii’s Universal Values to the Art of Business by Rosa Say