nvi. Native-born, one born in a place, host; native plant; acquainted, familiar, Lit., land child. Koʻu kamaʻāina, kaʻu malihini, my host, my guest. (from wehewehe.com)
nvs. Stranger, foreigner, newcomer, tourist, guest, company; one unfamiliar with a place or custom; new, unfamiliar, unusual, rare, introduced, of foreign origin; for the first time. Malihini mākaʻikaʻi, sight-seeing visitor, tourist. (from wehewehe.com)
n. Full-blooded Hawaiian person. He kanaka maoli, a true human, a mortal. (from wehewehe.org)
haoleI feel too presumptious, too exploitive to come out and say, excuse me, I'm kamaʻāina, don't you have any discounts for me, even though I've only lived here a couple of years, and I'm part of the problem, newcomers taking up jobs and space and resources? Don't I deserve a break?
nvs. White person, American, Englishman, Caucasian; American, English; formerly, any foreigner; foreign, introduced, of foreign origin, as plants, pigs, chickens; To act like a white person, to ape the white people, or assume airs of superiority [often said disparagingly, especially of half-whites]. Hoʻohaole ʻia, Americanized, Europeanized; to have become like a white person or have adopted the ways of a white man. (from wehewehe.org)