Ohana means family . Family means nobody gets left behind or forgotten.
“Ohana” means “family”. “Family” means “no one gets left behind”. But if you want to leave, you can. I’ll remember you though.
The term also references a theme in Disney’s 2002 film, Lilo & Stitch , and throughout its franchise (“ʻOhana means family . Family means nobody gets left behind—or forgotten.”).
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According to the Tantalog language database, it turns out Stitch said : “Mega Nala Kweestra” which means “I want to destroy! “Meega nala kweesta”, meaning “I want to destroy”, were only said by the experiments, namely Stitch , Sparky, Kixx, 627 and Leroy. In Stitch !
“Aloha!” “Also cute and fluffy!” “Nobody gets left behind.” “I like fluffy!”
Angel is a small, pink female koala-like experiment with a strong feminine resemblance to Stitch, though with two long, tendril-like antennae. She has long eyelashes and large dark purple eyes that seem to be slightly larger than Stitch’s eyes.
Stitch’s and Angel’s baby , Lilo (read below!) It came from the baby’s side. All wondered to be the baby’s laughter, until Pleakley realized what was going on, and started to recite the name of Lilo , when the baby started to laugh again.
Stitch is a blue koala -like alien standing around three feet tall.
“ Ohana means family, and family means nobody gets left behind.” A quote from one of my favorite Disney movies, Lilo & Stitch .
Quote by Lilo and stitch: “ Ohana means family . Family means nobody gets le”
“ Ohana ” means “family.” “Family” means no one gets left behind.” This quote is from the Disney movie Lilo and Stitch (2002). It also means that they family sticks together and always support each other. An ohana tattoo is one that includes the text “ ohana ”.
Lilo was 5 years old in the original story. In the monarch at the end of the movie, Lilo has 7 candles on her birthday cake, meaning she was 6 for the majority of the movie. (This could also mean that she is 7 years old for the Lilo & Stitch franchise.)
Lilo is also heavily damaged herself. She suffers from abandoned child syndrome which is a common illness among children who have lost their parents. She also has a behavioral disorder called intermittent explosive disorder in which she often has outbursts of anger and usually takes it out on her classmates violently.
At one point in the movie, Pleakley and Jumba even pretend to be married. It wasn’t exactly necessary for them to pull off the deception they were engaged in, but they pretend to be married anyway. These two are definitely in some kind of queer relationship.