I'm not sure if this post will be valid but it's regarding an issue that some people may be wondering about. If you're local and are a product of the Hawaiian Islands, then chances are you speak "pidgin." But where does "pidgin" come from exactly? Well, this language is actually built from the Hawaiian language. The words, while English, are strung together using Hawaiian structure.
In Hawaiian you would say-
He nui ka i'a.
Translation: The fish is big.
Taking into consideration that
It's clear to see that the rough translation of this sentence is-
Big the fish.
Which in "pidgin" you would say-
Big da waves, little da fish, etc.