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Hafa Adai

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  1. Can also be close to "what's up" in its meaning. Just "hafa" is often used, but it's the informal usage. Posted by: Anonymous on Dec 04, 2009 (1) (0)
  2. Hafa Adai (pronounced "half a day") is "hello" in Guam's native Chamorro language. It's used more or less the same way as "aloha" is used as a greeting on the Hawaiian Islands. Posted by: onlooker (YouNews) on Dec 03, 2009 (1) (0)
  3. It means half a day when ur in school! Posted by: Anonymous on Dec 27, 2017 (0) (0)
  4. :) It means Hello when being hospitable.. Informally, it can mean "What again?!" Or " What's up!" Also, it is NOT pronounced as HALF A DAY.. It's pronounced HOFA ADAY! Posted by: FriendlySmile27 on Aug 28, 2012 (0) (0)
  5. Just "hafa" is close to "what's up with that" in its meaning. Usually said, "Hafa?"... with a l@@k. Posted by: Anonymous on Feb 16, 2012 (0) (0)
  6. hello Posted by: Anonymous on Jul 22, 2011 (0) (0)
  7. Correction for #2: "hello" for Guam's Native Chamorro Language.

    It is "Hello" for the entire Marianas Native Chamorro Language. Posted by: Anonymous on Mar 19, 2011 (0) (0)
  8. GOOD MORNING Posted by: Anonymous on Jan 20, 2011 (0) (0)
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