Pe’aka

Glyph of the word 'pe'aka'.

pe’aka

  • (n.) clothes, clothing (general term)

Matai pe’aka li’ia.
“Your clothes are pretty.”

Notes: I absolutely cannot think up any good example sentence using “clothing”. This is the best I can do. What is there to say about clothing, anyway? It’s good when it’s cold; vile when it isn’t. Watching a Japanese movie set in the Edo period right now. Kimonos everywhere. They seem comfortable, actually… Much more so than blue jeans and a belt. What is one to do…

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