Mai ka ā a ka w.
From A to W.
The alphabet of Hawaiian.
The Hawaiian alphabet (ka pī’āpā Hawai’ i) has only 12 letters: 5 vowels: A, E, I, O, U; 7 consonants: H, K, L, M, N, P, W. There are several vowel combinations (dipthongs): ae, ai, ao, au, ei, eu, iu, oi, ou.
Hawaiian words never end with a consonant and never have two consonants together.
Hawaiian uses an okina (reverse apostrophe) and a kohoka (a line over a vowel which indicates that the vowel should be held longer: ā) to help with pronunciation.