Ohana means family. Family means nobody gets left behind or forgotten.
“This is my family . I found it, all on my own. It’s little, and broken, but still good.
“Ohana” means “family”. “Family” means “no one gets left behind”. But if you want to leave, you can. I’ll remember you though.
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 !
Stitch is a blue koala -like alien standing around three feet tall.
ʻOhana is a Hawaiian term meaning ” family ” (in an extended sense of the term, including blood-related, adoptive or intentional).
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.
” Meega , nala kweesta “, meaning “I want to destroy”, were only said by the experiments, namely Stitch , Sparky, Kixx, 627, and Leroy. In Stitch ! The Movie, when Sparky said it while being chased, Stitch gasped in hypocrisy.
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 : Can Stitch say goodbye ? Grand Councilwoman : Yes.
Stitch : This is my family . Lilo : “‘Ohana” means ” family .” ” Family ” means “no one gets left behind.” But if you want to leave, you can.
The language Stitch speaks is Tantalog. It is a combination of Hawaiian, Chinese and Chezcreekian. The alien language is used many times in the movie, but it’s never translated.
“Meega, nala kweesta!”
1a : to fasten, join, or close with or as if with stitches stitched a seam. b : to make, mend, or decorate with or as if with stitches . 2 : to unite by means of staples. intransitive verb. : sew.