Datapoint Hawai‘i Creole/Comparative adjective marking

This can be either a marked or an unmarked adjective: both 'bigger' and 'more big' occurs, but it seems to me that the former might be somewhat more common.

Values

Adjective is marked Frequency: 50.0%

Example 26-50:
deɪ ivɛn luk beɾa dæn ju
deɪ
3pl
ivɛn
even
luk
look
beɾa
better
dæn
than
ju
2sg
They even look better than you.
Example 26-52:
da shak bigə˞ dæn dis
da
art
shak
shark
bigə˞
big.compar
dæn
than
dis
this
The shark was bigger than this.
Example 26-53:
a gɛɾin klosɛ æn klosɛ
a
1sg
gɛɾ-in
get-prog
klos-ɛ
close-compar
æn
and
klos-ɛ
close-compar
I'm getting closer and closer.

Source: Velupillai 2003a: 164

Confidence:
Certain

Adjective is not marked Frequency: 50.0%

Example 26-51:
da gaiz mo big
da
art
gaiz
guys
mo
more
big
big
The guys are bigger.

Source: Velupillai 2003a: 173

Confidence:
Certain