Local Hawaiian "pidgin", short for kind; used in virtuallyl any sentance to mean virtually anything. The examples bellow are given in local "pidgin." They are not typos, rather this is actually how people talk in Hawaii.
"I like try eat small kine grinds." = I want something small to eat.
"Which kine board you like use?" = What kind of board do you want to use?
note: "kine" is most often used in conjunction with "da'" (the) -- see following:
person A: "What you do today, brah?"
person B: "'eh... da' kine, work. I never once have time go surfing."