Hawaiian Language

A-lau: Many rocks
Hale-a-ka-la: House [used] by the sun
Hau’oli: Happy
Ka’ana-pali: Ka’ana Cliff
Ka’eleku: The basaltic rock
Ka-hului: The winning
Kai-halulu: Roaring sea
Ka-iwi-o-pele: The bone of Pele
Ka-’uiki: The glimmer
Kau-po: Landing (of canoes) at night
Kapa-lua: Two borders
Kau-mahina: Moonrise
Ke-’anae: The mullet
Kihei: Cape, cloak
Ki-pahlulu: Fetch (from) exhausted garden
Kaoli: The morning glory
Kula: Plain
La-haina: Cruel Sun
Maka-wao: Forest beginning
Makena: Abundance
Na-hiku: The sevens (districts of this area)
Pa’ia: Noisy
Pua’a-Ka’a: Rolling pig
Puka-lani: Heavenly gate
Pu’u-iki: Small hill
‘Ulu-pala-kua: Breadfruit ripening
Wai-’anapanapa: Glistening water
Wai-au: Swirling water
Wai-ka-loa: Water [of] the length
Wakea: White rain
Wai-lea: Water of lea (canoe makers’ goddess)
Wai-lua: Two waters
Wai-luku: Water of destruction
Wanana-lua: Double prophecy

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