nvs. To keep asking questions; inquisitive, curious, plying with frivolous questions (often used in pejorative sense, as of a busybody asking things that do not concern him); to quiz, pump; question. As an exclamation of annoyance: you are too inquisitive! Who cares to answer your questions! ho?o.ni.ele Questioning, especially by leading up indirectly rather than directly; quizzing; curious; curiosity.
vs. Bold, impertinent, impudent, insolent, nervy, cheeky, rude, forward, presumptuous, saucy, brazen. Lit., sharp temple. See ex., ?ahua.
niele or mahaoi
I figure the United States of America is Maha'oi. They past the ni'ele stage. Cause they plain out rude. They do not give us of the Kingdom of Hawaii any kind respect.
In fact does OHA?
We just like the homeless down Kapiolanit park, they like hide us so the tourist no see.
Kingdom of Hawaii. True story. What happened when happen. The maha'oi try for change the story.
OHA say we know the story. They push themselves in front. So they go to the maha'oi with their version of the story. They say they tell the true story. They say trust us, we pono, we talk for the people. We get one list, see they when sign this list.
What this list for? Oh, it just one list, but here look we get one list.
But you know what OHA not supposed to go out there in front the mahao'i. Giving them our mana on one platter.
They supposed to come to us of the Kingdom of Hawaii. Supposed to take care us at home. But they not. They spend our money for ki'hele all over the place. Inferring that they REPRESENT.
Why? They not of the Kingdom of Hawaii . They of the State of Hawaii. The State of Hawaii is of the United States of America.
They get pay check from State of Hawaii who is part of the US of America.............so you think they going huki from the hand who feed them. Goodness they end up with retirement from the State, they going get free medical from the State and they never even take test or have any kind education for this State job. What a deal!
Hewa all around.
So I guess they feed the maha'oi and think they not doing anything wrong.
They make me shame.