The Hawaiian translations we provide are phonetic and have no intentional literal meanings. The translations are done based on the sounds the name makes when said and the Hawaiian alphabet and word structure. Because there are only 13 letters in the Hawaiian language there are many names which sound similar and have the same phonetic translation and NO LITERAL TRANSLATION OR MEANING. In order to obtain a literal translation of a name you would need to know the literal meaning the name then translate it to the same exact meaning in Hawaiian. We do not offer these types of translations.

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"U" First Names

Translated Into Hawaiian

Uacerkiu - Uakekiu

Uarda - Ualaka

Ubaid - Upaike

Uche - Uke

Udawna - Ukawana

Udhanth - Ukohanaka

Ugashree - Ukakale

Ugo - Uko

Ujval - Uiwala

Ulah - Ulaha

Ulanda - Ulanaka

Ulf - Ulopo

Ulises - Ulikeki

Ulla - Ula

Ulric - Ulolike

Ulrika - Ulolika

Ulrike - Ulolike

Ulti - Uloki

 

Ultiminio - Ulokiminio

Ulysses - Uleki

Uma - Uma

Umang - Umana

Umar - Umala

Umashankar - Umakanakala

Umberto - Umopeko

Umika - Umika

Una - Una

Underwood - Unokeliwoku

Uneeda - Uneka

Unia - Unia

Unique - Unike

Uniqueweya - Unikeweia

Unis - Unike

Unissa - Unika

Unity - Uniki

Unjanetta - Unianeka

Unree - Unole

Uranus - Ulanuko

Urbano - Ulopano

Uriah - Uliaha

Uriel - Ulieli

Urijah - Uliiaha

Ursula - Ulukula

Urvashi - Ulowaki

Urwana - Ulowana

Usama - Ukama

Usha - Uka

Usher - Ukeli

Usman - Ukomana

Uta - Uka

Ute - Uke

Uvela - Uwela

Uwe - Uwe

Uyennga - Uiena

Uziel - Ukieli

Uzma - Ukoma

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