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Pin 43950 United States Kaneohe
English (English) Hawai‘i (Hawaiian)
SU - medium: The sign is printed on a piece of wood that you hang in or outside of your home. - domain: The context of the sign is using the phrase “E komo mai” to welcome someone into or to your home. - audience: The sign is intended for people who are visiting one’s home, both local and nonlocal. - function: The sign is trying to tell people that they are welcome at the place where this sign is hung. - language: The language that is dominant on this sign is Hawaiian, “E komo mai” with a little bit of English, “Welcome”. The phrase “E komo mai” means “Welcome” in Hawaiian. Multilingual Hawaiʻi
Pin 43947 United States Grove City
English (English)
Pin 43946 United States Grove City
English (English)
Pin 43945 United States Grove City
English (English)
Pin 43944 United States Grove City
English (English)
Pin 43943 United States Grove City
English (English)
Pin 43942 United States Grove City
English (English)
Pin 43941 United States Grove City
English (English)
Pin 43940 United States Grove City
English (English)
Pin 43939 United States Grove City
English (English)
Pin 43938 United States Grove City
English (English)
Pin 43937 United States Grove City
English (English)
Pin 43936 United States Grove City
English (English) Español (Spanish)
Pin 43935 United States Grove City
English (English)
Pin 43934 United States Grove City
English (English)
Pin 43933 United States Grove City
English (English)
Pin 43932 United States Grove City
English (English)
Pin 43931 United States Grove City
English (English)
Pin 43930 United States Grove City
English (English)
Pin 43929 United States Grove City
English (English)