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Lanai maikai, Lahaina aole maikai.
Lanai is better than Lahaina (as a place to dock). OR: Lanai is good, Lahaina is not good.
This was said by a captain approaching the port of Lahaina who decided to sail to the nearby island Lanai where the sea was calmer.
own data 1887
Sarah J. Roberts
Comparative adjective marking: Adjective is not marked
Comparative standard marking: Conjoined marking