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(Also, because this paper is not typed in a Hawaiian language font, some Hawaiian words are missing a crucial pronunciation mark, the kahako, which adds stress and emphasis to vowels, and which can change the meanings of certain words.
(These may be the same people who left the "wizard stones" in Honolulu.) There are four words spelled as "mahu" but with varied use of the kahako (macron) which stresses vowels.
* Besides the glotal stop, modern Hawaiian uses the macron, or "kahako," a line over certain vowels that lengthens the sound.