Hawaiian Braille is the braille alphabet of the Hawaiian language. It is a subset of the basic braille alphabet,
supplemented by an additional letter ⠸ to mark long vowels:
(Māori Braille uses the same convention for long vowels.)
Unlike print Hawaiian, which has a special letter ʻokina for the glottal stop, Hawaiian Braille uses the apostrophe ⠄, which behaves as punctuation rather than as a consonant:
- ⠄⠸⠁⠊⠝⠁ ʻāina
- ⠄⠠⠸⠁⠊⠝⠁ ʻĀina
That is, the order to write ʻĀ is apostrophe, cap sign, length sign, A.
Punctuation is as in English Braille.