Kumulipo, Eleventh Age
Translated by Queen Liliuokalani
in 1897

                   
  The husbands (meaning of name)

Amoi
Kunewa (stagger)
Pahilo (delicate person, sickly)
Napoi (cover of calabash)
Kulana (unsteady)
Kakau (an object before them)
Holeha (used for haole)
Paani (play, amusements)
Lewa (swing)
Pihaulu (full of balls or bread fruit)
Kelewaa (canoe steerer)
Kakio (boils)
Hulipena
Mokiweo
Kapalama (seclusion)
Kapalamalama (some ceremony of tabu)
Wikani (drawn too tight, too salt)
Kapehi (to strike, throw at)
Hiwa (anything precious is a hiwa)
Pano (deep darkness)
Opelau (many bundles)
Mahilu
Hoolewa (swing, carry from place to place)
Kumau (firmness, calabash, long-standing)
Papalele (flying board)

Haole (foreign)
Makua (parents)
Leho (cowrie)
Opikana
Helemaka (moving eye)
Kukuhale (beam of a house)
Pohakukau (piling stone)
Helua (counted)
Komokomo (ring within ring, entered)
Poeleele (dark night)
Nukueleele (dark lips)
Mama (swift, chew)
Hamama (open, to gap)
Kuemi (draw backward)
Opiliwale (shiver from cold)
Ahulimai (turn to me)
Maikomo (nearly caught)
Hununu (humpy, lumpy)
Hoolohe (listen, obey, heard)
Kumaua (we stood)
Koikoi (begged, entreated, heavy)
Mauawa (looks after, frequent use of awa)

Kelelua (to dampen)
Makana (present)
Mahili (braid of strands)
Kukona (forbidding looks)
Kanawai (laws, to be warned)
Lohilohi (slowly)
Apikili
Hoomaku (lowering clouds)
Olepe (oysters, thrown over)
Kala (forgiven, wrench open)
Hulipau (search thoroughly)
Makohi (dig, traces of footsteps)
Oopuola (live mudfish)
Niuhuli (upset cocoanut)
Ohao (fasten a dog, tumor in the stomach)
Nuu (to gauge, steps, upper grade)
Lena (stare, bilious)
Ahiahi (evening)
Ahiahihia (were belated last eve)
Ahiakane (fire or light of Kane)
Ahiakapoloa (fire of a long night)

Ahiakapokau (fire of night in the season)
Ahiakulumau (constantly dropping fire)
Ahiakamake (fire of death)
Ahiakaolu (fire of comfort)
Pohinakau (misty)
Moulikaina
Hooku (to fit, to be made to stand)
Manaweulani (by the tasselly heaven)
Hoomailu (make small)
Mailu (small, insignificant)
Polehua (night of lehua)
Puulele (flying lump)
Hamohulu (brush with feather)
Iamama (’tis finished)
Kuinewa (blow from a club)
Holopulau (run altogether)
Makanewanewa (moving eyes)
Melia (with Lia)
Humuhumu (sew, to stitch together)
Ukianu (coarse grass growing in cold places)
Ukinala (coarse grass plaited)
Ukiakamau (coarse grass, often shaken)
Ukilelewa (coarse grass hanging)

Ukinahina (coarse grass for Hina)
Hoopulu (dampen)
Nahiole (no fires)
Mukiki (kisses, smacking lips when hurt)
Kiola (throw away)
Mulemulea (bitter)
Kukawa (between times)
Kamio (to disappear)
Hoomu (left in a pile)
Hailau (to be sacrificed in numbers)
Hoomauke-a (continue to burn)
Kuaua (heavy shower)
Moeiho (lie down)
Manuala (that bird, sweet bird)
Kolealea
Hilohilo (twine ropes)
Maluipo (shelter for lover)
Awaia (treachery on some one)
Hoohinu (polish up, smear with grease)
Eapu (to grasp or gulp it down)
Ialo (a front)
Heiau (temple)
Heiaumana (powerful temple)
Pulemo (slipped through)

Kaukeoa (place the rafters)
Helemua (went first)
Kalele (lean on)
Paepae (pillow, door-sill)
Keoa (the rafters)
Kapouhina (the fallen post)
Kapouhinaha (four fallen posts)
Hoopiopio (sorcery)
Hoopioaka (make a curving shadow)
Hoolahalaha (make flat)
Hoomahilu (try to be distant)
Nanewa (the clubs)
Nanawaa (look for canoes)
Hookilo (pretend skill in sciences)
Kumeheu (stand on the trail)
Leleiluna (fly upwards)
Halekumu (house founded)
Halepaio (house of dispute)
Halemoeanu (cold sleeping house)
Haleluakini (house of worship)
Halekuamu (house of the goddess Kuamu)
Haiola (life offered for sacrifice)
Kalelemauliaka (last breath of vapor)

Koiniho (axe of teeth)
Pooku (standing head)
Haleimiloea (house of science)
Panionio (many colored)
Kealakikee (the crooked path)
Oiaku (that's it)
Huini (name of a wind)
Pa (hit, barren woman, plate)
Pana (bow and arrow, snapped)
Panakahi (one snap)
Paikekalua (hit in the hole)
Puukolukolu (three heaps)
Napuueha (four heaps or hillocks)
Palimakahana (work by fives)
Waiakea (broad water)
Kaeamauli (Mauli's turtle)
Kokoiele (swing)
Kaholookaiwa (the flight of the Iwa)
Kalelenohinalea (the sacrifice of Hinalea)
Panaakahiahinalea (first stroke by Hinalea)
Panaikaluakahinlea (second stroke by Hinalea)

Puukoluakukahinalea (third heap by Hinalea)
Napuuikahakahinalea (fourth heap by Hinalea)
Palimawaleahinalea (fifth heap by Hinalea)
Akahiakaeaakilolo (first by the turtle Akilolo)
Paluaakaeaakilolo (second by Akilolo)
Puukoluakaeaakilolo (third heap by Akilolo)
Puuhakahaaakilolo (fourth heap by Akilolo)
Puulimakaeaakaakilolo (fifth heap by Akilolo)
Akahi Keewe (first relation/generation)
Palua Keewe (second relation/generation)
Paukolu (third relation/generation)
Puuha Keewe (fourth heap of relation)
Pulima Kaewe (five handfuls of relation
Waiakaea Kaewe (oceans full of relation)
Kamaulia Kaewe (hanging on relation)
Koielea Kaewe (swung in relation/generation)

Kuaiwaa Kaewe (ground by canoes)
Henahuno (it does bite, stomach ache)
Panakahikenahu (one stroke and then a bite)
Panaluakenahu (two strokes and then a bite)
Panakolukenahu (three strokes and then a bite)
Panahakenahu (four strokes and then a bite)
Lewelimakenahu (five swings and then a bite)
Paakaeakenahu (held the breath, then a bite)
Omaulikekenahu (all hold together, then bite)
Koielehakenahu (four swings and then a bite)
Kuaiwakelekenahu (nine watery bites)
Hekaunano (only four)
Papio (to face downwards)
Manuakele
Kaunuka (draw up the thighs)
Makii (flattened)
Kupololiili (dark night of changing pebbles)
Kupoka (so it is night)
Kupokanaha (forty standing nights)
Koponee (the night of your removal)

Kupohaha (dark night of feeling)
Kupoko (the night of success)
Kupo-e (suddenly dark)
Kupou (stoop down)
Kupolele (dark night of flight)
Kupololo (dark night of palsy or brain)
Kupolili (dark night of jealousy)
Kuponakanaka (dark night of trembling)
Kupohilili (dark night)
Kupohalalu (dark night of Halalu fishes)
Kupohelemai (dark night of coming)
Kupokalalau (dark night of wandering)
Kupolahauma (dark night of wrestling)
Kupoliilii (dark night of littleness)
Kupolonaanaa (dark night of cramps)
Kupolomaikau (dark night of chronic sickness)
Kupolohelele (dark night of flying Lo or being)
Kupolopaiuma (dark night of slapping chest)
Kupolohaihai (dark night of breaking)

Kupokeleau (dark night of swamps)
Kupolonaunau (dark night of chewing)
Kupoloahilo (dark night of Hilo, night of moon)
Kupolomakanui (dark night of big eyes)
Kupomaiana (very dark it became)
Kupolokahuli (dark night of overthrow)
Kupololili (dark night of Lo jealousy)
Kupololililili (dark night of extreme jealousy)
Kupololalala (dark night of sun bath)
Kupolohalala (dark night of reeling)
Kupololuana (dark night of a gathering)
Kupololailai (dark night of a calm)
Kupololaiolo.
Kupoloololaimai (dark night of calmness coming)
Kupololaiaku (dark night of calmness going)
Kupolohilihili (dark night of strokes)
Kupolomalimali (dark night of Lo seeking favor)
Kupoloale (dark night of Lo swallowing)

Kupoloimo (dark night of Lo winking)
Kupolokalili (dark night of Lo with jealousy)
Kupolomene
Kupolohulu (dark night of Lo's feathers)
Kupolohulilau (dark night of search leaves)
Kupolohulimai (dark night to turn backward)
Kupolokamanao (dark night of thoughts)
Kupolokeweka
Kupolokulu (dark night of dropping)
Kupolonehea
Kupolohaliu (dark night of facing you)
Kupolonakunaku (dark night to wallow)
Kupoloololi (dark night of unevenness)
O Polo (night of Lo)
Polohili (Lo's night of striking)
Polokau (Lo's night of hanging or put up)
Polouli (Lo's night of darkness)
Polopolo
Polohamu (Lo's night of greed)

Polonini (Lo's night of anger, pour)
Polohaihai (Lo's dark night of breaking)
Poloheihei (pretending racing)
Kupolohanuai (stand and pretend to seek food)
Polomahimahi
Poloaku
Polomai
Eliakapolo (the digging of the polo)
Ekukukapolo (the standing polo)
Halimaikapolo
Hoopoloiho
Poloku (night of danger)
Polokane
Polohiwa (choice polo)
Polomua (the first polo)
Popolomea (something polo)
Popolohuamea (berries of mea)
Popolokaia
Polonananana (spider god)
Polomakiawa
Poloanewa
Polohauhau (striking polo)
Polohehewa
Polomehewa
Poloulaa (overturning god)
Poloahiwa

Poloula (redness of the god Polo)
Polowe-na
Poloimu
Polokakahia
Poloi
Poloii (yellow polo)
Polohipa (strange polo)
Polohipakeke
Polohi-pakaka
Polohi-hele-hele-lahiki
Polohi-paukahiki
Polohilele
Poloahaumea (Haumea's polo night)
Poloahiluna (fire god above)
Polokaumai (Polo's night above)
Polokaulani (Polo's night in heaven)
Poloikamakani (Polo in the wind)
Poloikai (Polo towards the sea)
Poloikamehana (Polo in heat)
Poloimaumau (Polo of firmness)
Poloimauna (Polo of the mountain)
Poloilaau (Polo of the wood)
Poloikanahele (Polo of the forest)

Poloikukulu (Polo did build)
Poloihoomoe
Poloihanahana
O Polokahiau
Poloikalua (Polo in the ditch)
Poloahiko
Poloikaha
Poloihilima
Poloioaiku
Polomauli
Polokokoiele
Polokuaiwa
Polohemo
Polokinau
Polokii
Pololii
Polowaikaua
Liili
Liiliauau
Liilikamau
Liililiili
Liilihalula
Liilimama
Liilimanua
Liilihakahaka
Liiliha
Liilihemoaku
Liilikaumai
Liiliaolo

Liilipihapiha
Liilinuunuu
Liilihelelima
Liiliau
Liilimiha
Liilinanaia
Liilipelu-a
Liilimahimahi
Liilikaliaka
Liilimelau
Liilileoleo
Liililimanu
Liilikapili
Liiliholowaa
Liiliholomau
Liilikalele
Liilikaili
Liilipoipo
Liiliwalewale
Liilihanahana
Liilihuliana
Liiliwahipali
Liilinohopali
Liilinohoana
Liilikauhale
Liilipulepule
Liilila
Liilihou
Liilikakii
Liilikahuli

Liilihomole
Liilipukaua
Liilililulilo
Liililanalana
Liililanakila
Liililanaau
Liilimalana
Liiliahula
Liilipukiu
Liilipaluk
Liilimaemae
Liiokioki
Liialiilii
Liiakauliilii
Liiakamama
Liiamama
Liipaepae
Liiumu
Liiluakii
Liiluakini
Liimolohi
Liikauunahele
Liiaupa
Liimuliawa
Liinewaku
Liihomali
Liipulama
Liipalama
Liiohinu

Liiomaka
Liipau
O A (light, on fire, some thing brilliant)
Alii (a chief, person of rank)
Aliilaa (chief dedicated)
Aliiaka (shadow of a chief)
Aliimau (always a chief)
Aliialii (chief of chiefs)
Aliipoi (chief made much of)
Aliikono (chief's invitation)
Aliipahu (stabbing chief)
Aliiume (chief that would drag you down)
Aliihala (chief full of crime)
Aliiponi (chief dedicated)
Aliilanahu (charcoal chief)
Aliikaea (tired chief)

Aliihonupuu (chief with throat like a turtle)
Opuupuu (full of lumps)

Aliilehelehe (chief with lips)
Aliimakolu (chief thrice the rank)
Aliinohouka (chief who lived in the mountains)
Aliihimuhani
Aliileleiona (flyaway chief)

Aliiwalaau (noisy chief)
Aliikuwala (acrobat chief)
Aliikomokomo (turning in chief)
Aliiaku (made chief of)
Aliinewa
Aliikuhikuhi (pointing chief)
Aliikilo (chief of science)
Aliikiloloa (chief that saw in the future)
Aliikilopoko (chief that had no depth)
O Aliiemi (backward chief)
Aliikolo (creeping chief)
Aliihelu (chief who tells of his favors)
Aliiheluone (chief who dug sand)
Aliipuuone (chief who made sand-hill)
Aliikamanomano (chief fond of encroaching)
Aliihukeakea
Aliipauku (half a chief)
Aliinana (staring chief, kind chief)
Aliikilokilo (chief of prophecy)
Aliikiloluna (chief astrologer)
Aliikilolono (chief skilled in sound)
Aliikiloau (chief skilled in swimming)

Aliikilohonua (chief skilled in the earth)
Aliikilouli (chief skilled in prophesying)
Aliikilokai (chief skilled about the seas)
Aliikilonalu (chief skilled about surfs)
Aliikilohulu (chief skilled about feathers)
Aliikiloahu (chief skilled about mounds)
Aliikilomakani (chief skilled about the wind)
Aliikilola (chief skilled about observing the sun)
Aliikilohoku (chief skilled observing the stars)
Aliikilomalama (chief skilled observing months)
Aliikilomakalii (chief skilled observing winter)
Alliikilokau (chief skilled observing the seasons)
Aliikilohooilo (chief skilled about summer)
Aliikaanaau (chief skilled on hearts or thoughts)
Aliikaanamalama (chief skilled dividing months)

Aliikaanaua (chief who divides the rain)
Aliikilomoo (chief skilled about serpents)
Aliikilokua (chief skilled about one's back)
Aliikiloalo (chief skilled about one's front)
Aliikilohope (chief skilled about one's fate)
Aliikilomua (chief skilled about one's future)
Mua (first, future)
Muapo (future darkness)
Muahaka (future of war)
Mualele (future of escape)
Muakaukeha (future of pride)
Muahale (future of house)
Muahalekapu (future of sacred house)
Muaanoano (sacred future)
Muakekele
Muahaipu (first to break)
Muawaa (prow of a canoe)
Muapoipoi (first to fondle)
Muakamalulu
Muahelei (first to stretch)
Muakohukohu
Muakahukahu
Muaoma
Muanalu

Muanaluhaki
Muanalupopoi
Muanalukalohe
Muanaluhaikakala
Mualala
Muahaipu
Muapule
Muahanuala
Muaikekele
Muaipoipo
Muakalaikii
Muaikawaa
Muaiopele
Muaiopola
Muapali
Muahoopo
Muaunu
Muahai
Mualupe
Muakala
Muawekea
Muahilo
Muakahu
Muakahukahu
Muaamama
Muaahilu
Muaanoa
Muaalealea
Muainakalo
Muaohupu
Muaikauka

Muaikumuka
Muaikaunukukanaka
Muaokalele
Muaokahaiku
Muaokahanuu
Muaokalani
Muamamao
Muanuunuu
Muaokamoi
Muaokahai
Muaokeoma
Muaokepahai
Muaokaoliko
Muaokapahu
Muaokahana
Muaokahanai
Muaokaipu
Muaumeumeke
Muaapoi
Muaahuliau
Muaipapio
Muailoiloi
Loimua
Loikahi
Loilua
Loiloi
Loikalakala
Loiloloi
Loilolohi
Loinuiloi
Loiloikaka
Loiakama
Loiiopoe
Loiloinui

Loipouli
Loimia
Loiapele
Loiahemahema
Loiakio
Loialuluka
Loiahamahamau
Loioloolo
Loikolohonua
Loiipulau
Loianomeha
Loikinikini
Loimanomano
Loiloimai
Loiloikapu
Loiloikala
Loiloinahu
Loiloipili
Loiahuahu
Loikulukulu
Loipilipa
Loipilipili
Loihalalu
Loihalululu
Loiloilele
Loiloipa
Loipakeke
Loiloipo
Loiloipololo
Loiipololo
Loikamakele
Loihialoa

Loimanuwa
Loikalokalo
Loiihiihi
Loihilimau
Loimoemoe
Loipilopilo
Loikoikoi
Loikoiii
Loiloloilo
Loiloloilo
Loiloloikapu
Loilalolo
Loiloinaka
Loiloila
Loiloikopea
Loiimaumaua
Loiikukii
Loiimanini
Loiipukapuka
Loiomilu
Loiomiliapo
Loiomakana
Loiokanaloa
Loiokiikii
Loiihiikua
Loiihiialo
Loiokanaha
Loiikeluea
Loiopilihala
Loiomalelewaa
Loiieleele
Loipo

The wives (meaning)

Akua (god, feared)
Hulema
Piliaiku (drenching wet)
Kaale (ocean wave, swallow)
Nawa (insignificant beings)
Poipoi (smother fire or words)
Hulupehu (swollen feather)
Malanaopi (fold loosely)
Kukelemio (hidden swamp)
Hoiha
Kinohili (thrashed body)
Hiliha (to braid with four strands)
Miko (salted, preserved)
Pakala (small Kala, a fish)
Kepooha (the four heads)
Kepoolimaha (the four-headed hands)
Kamakolu (three-fingered mesh)
Kalukuu (the shaking down)
Kahiwahiwa (the precious sacred one)
Kekaliholiho (the choice sprig)
Maha (rested)
Kaena (boaster)
Waiau (swimming water)
Kahaka (ladder)
Mukala

Kuwahine (female Ku, sister)
Kaluakekane (the husband's second)
Holomau (constantly running)
Nahenahe (soft, flimsy, gentle)
Liko (young shoot of tree or shrub)
Hinaulu (growing Hina, growing gray)
Hinamai (fall towards you)
Kalani (the heavens)
Malie (calm, gently)
Hoolua (cook in Ti leaves, name of a wind)
Papakele (wet board)
Pakapaka (coarse, rough)
Malele (not a pinch was given away)
Kulua (stood together, two)
Kapoulena (the yellow post)
Mahinuele (shiny black)
Pelemau (frequently, loose ground)
Kamanu (the bird)
Nawaikaua (whose are we?, rain water)
Kulukaua (rain drops)
Hau (snow, dews, frost)
Kolokolo (to persist)

Aa (dwarf, fearless, root of a tree or shrub)
Mahiopu (motion of digging)
Wili (twirl, twist)
Naka (shake, tremble with fear)
Hapele (loose ground like slush)
Hapeleau (swim in slush)
Nohilo
Nahalau
Makau (fear, fish hooks)
Heleaua (went with stinginess)
Hulimakeau (turn with the tide)
Hulimakele (turn to swampy place)
Nahalau (the sheds, large sheds)
Nakulii (grovellers, small stands)
Nakumau (the large calabashes)
Helemai (come here)
Palemo (slip through, drowned)
Opihi (shell-fish)
Ounauna (hermit crab)
Wanaku (standing sea egg)
Kikala (the thighs)

Hapuu (fern-root, a mountain)
Makani (wind)
Kilou (hook on)
Honika (kiss with emphasis)
Hilahea
Hoomaka (to begin)
Nanana (spider)
Laukunu (broiled leaf)
Puluea (dust of Pulu)
Lehuane (dust of ashes)
Keahu (the pile)
Noelo (insinuate, tease)
Noeula (red mist)
Noenoe (misty, foggy)
Pilimauu (flower grass)
Hinakona (he will slip up)
Helepuau (I went also)
Melemele (yellow)
Palamau (always ripe)
Nenue (a fish of the kind called perch)
Ilimaka (raw skin or hide)
Keohoko (leaves of sugarcane)
Laumeki (a kind of eel)

Nilea
Oloolohu (festered, bubbled)
Kealapii (the ladder)
Makino
Ia-a (those rocks)
Helelu (walk and strew)
Maikaiwa (from the ninth)
Molemole (lag behind, roots)
Unauna (crab in a shell)
Pamakani (hibiscus)
Muli (younger)
Wailuhi (drink that inebriates)
Imihia (sought for)
Kawele (drag, wipe up, wave gracefully)
Kauwewe (rushes, put over heated stones)
Hokelona
Hokii (sickly, consumptive)
Milo (twine, drag downwards)
Ohouma (narrow chested)
Uluoha (to grow finely)
Makalewa (hanging eyes)
Piioha (go up for kalo tops)
Hoohiwa (to make much of)
Maluolua (both in peace)

Hiileia (precious burden)
Puainea (something delicate and nice)
Wamakona (time of unfriendliness)
Limaauki (hand of ki stalks)
Puameli (honey flower)
Kuamaulu (tired back)
Hokuaala (fragrant shoulder)
Pionuu (curving ascent)
Pioanuenue (arching rainbow)
Pulau (applied to fishing)
Makua (parents, aunts, or uncles)
Peleuwao (Peles' protection)
Oma (oven)
Pilikamau (hanger on)
Leleawa (fly across an opening)
Mainahu (stomach ache)
Kimonaue (a game)
Holio (constantly before one's eyes or thoughts)
Keokeo (white)
Malii
Noio (Mother Cary's chickens)
Laulaha (spread abroad)
Miloha (rope of four-strand twist)

Naku (wallow, wade)
Paleamakau (ward off with fear)
Hilohilo (old skin)
Liho (something choice)
Maiau (natty, dainty, clever)
Kaniho (a tooth)
Naihu (the noses; the prows)
Aiano (it is there)
Koliau (I whittle)
Aliaoe (you go away, or stand aside)
Piliwale (to impose on your friends)
Heleiamai (drawing down the lower eyelid)
Hookonokono (to insist)
Helimaia (that is a hand)
Hepahuno (it has burst)
Eleiku (standing black)
Maumau (over and over again)
Heoioi (’tis pointed)
Aluaku (slack away)
Helule (limber)
Painaina (crackling noise)

Noakawalu (the eighth is free)
Piliamoa (leant like a chicken)
Manu (bird)
Lelekeamo (the shoulder-stick flew)
Kelekeau (the fat gall)
Umikaua (tenth battle, let's smother him)
Mailo (sickly, delicate)
Nihohoe (tooth like a paddle)
Paliiuka (precipice near the mountain)
Paliikai (precipice near the sea)
Makaimoimo (winking eyes)
Lauohokena (that's a hair)
Pui (fat)
Nahinahi
Kamehai (wonderful, strange)
Ulupo (dense forest, darkness)

Newaiku (stagger’d from a stroke)
Puhemo (weakly, fainting)
Lahilahi (delicate, thin)
Kaukeahu (heap in a pile)
Ulalena (name of a wind on Maui)
Eiawale (there it is, they have arrived)
Konukonu (deep)
Uli (black, dark, bruise)
Nainai (shallow, prominent chest)
Pilomoku (bad odor from a ship)
Nahae (torn, slit)
Welawela (heat warm)
Loiloi (fastidious)
Kealo (the right side of anything, or front)
Kukamaka (pierced the eye or face)
Auhee (scatter, flee)
Haihae (traitor)
Milio
Hamunu
Naia (porpoise, the fishes)

Pakau (plate hung or put up)
Hemolua (loosed in pairs)
Naio (worms in food or water)
Kelekele (fat, muddy)
Hapulu (stem of a Pulu tree)
Napulu (that light substance found in a Pulu tree)
Kuamoo (path)
Muumuu (maimed, broken limbed)
Moonawe (slow, writhing snake)
Helua (hole, counted, worn out)
Poiwa (ninth night)
Nana (look, audacious, month)
Nakulu (drops, rumbling noise)
Eiamai (here it is)
Lelehewa (mistaken interference)
Kimopu (to fall together)
Holi (thin, slight)
Kupolupaiuma (dark night of scattering strokes of chest)
Luli (roll, turn one way or the other)

Makeamo (by the carrying)
Imo (wink, twinkle)
Lua (hole, wrestle)
Hulili (glare)
Manu (bird)
Hulu (feather)
Namaka (the eyes)
Pulupuli
Naku (wade)
Ahi (fire)
Hoaka (glitter, second night of the moon)
Lelea (to jump or leap, he leapt the fence)
Hanau (give birth, was born)
Ilimai (willed to me, a legacy)
Hooilo (winter months)
Makanalau (numbers of presents)
Hulipumai (they all turned over)
Leleiluna (flew upwards)

Holookoa (whole, actually ran)
Uliuli (dark, blackness)
Hiwauli (precious one of darkness)
Kinopu (prancing)
Makaiao (watching of the dawn)
Makiaoea (sickly fingernail)
Ewa (uneven, make faces)
Lukona
Eapaipai (flapping tortoise)
Hulihele (search around)
Maliu (listen to me, hearken to me)
Uliau (I am bruised)
Holeaku (strip it)
Nolu (soft, spongy)
Kau (put up, season)
Uli (dark, bruise)
Polo (to pretend)
Hamu (eating this, that, and everything, to search)
Nini (pour out, offended)

Haihai (break into pieces)
Hei (caught)
Hanuai (search for food)
Ewa (uneven)
Kolo (creep)
Maluape (protecting ape)
Pelepele (swampy)
Puaa (pig)
Puaakame
Uluea (growing turtles)
Hiamanu
Paka (cut off in pieces, tobacco)
Leleamio (leap neatly)
Halu (yield when pressed)
Menea
Miomio (slick, prim)
Omo (suck)
Lanaki (float ki)
Manahulu
Laohe (day of bamboo)
Peleaku
Nanale (void)
Huamua (first word)
Hewa (sin, wrong, mistake)
Makolu (deep cut, measure three fingers)
Hiwa (choice, precious)

Ula (red, bright)
We-na (red glow)
Mohalu (anything that yields when pressed)
Kanakau
Ii (mouldy)
Hipa (odd)
Pepa
Meao (something to pierce)
Lahiki (sun is come)
Kahiki (foreign land)
Kaahiki (journey)
Haumea (a goddess)
Ahiluna (fire above)
Kaumai (laid on, lay it on)
Kaulani (on the heavens or sacred place)
Kamakani (the wind)
Ikai (at sea, bring some salt water)
Kamehani
Maumau (over and over)
Mauna (mountain, hill)
Laau (wood, stick)
Kanahele (forest of trees)
Kukulu (build, implant)

Hoomoe (laid down)
Hanahana (hot, excessive heat)
Kahaiau (temple)
Luahiko
Hiko
Kaha (large, fat)
Lima (hands)
Waiku (standing water)
Mauli (gasping)
Koiele (swing)
Iiwa
Hemo (undone, wrenched, taken of, separated)
Nahunahu (in travail, bitten in bits)
Oliiloa
Mano (shark)
Halula (sea eggs)
Pomea (night of things)
Auau (bathe, bathing)
Kamau (to eat, to fasten firmly)
Holiholi (thin, slight)
Nanaahu (inspect the tapas)
Hole (strip)
Holehole (as above)
Pilimau (close companionship)
Hoohene (to make fun of)
Iwiaku (bone of the bonito)
Lahikama
Iliuli (dark skin)
Oloolo (baggy, hang loosely)

Nuunuu (crimpy)
Helelinaa (walk on crags)
Auli (whoredom, by Uli the god)
Nolunolu (soft as down)
Haleakeaka (house of shadow)
Puluka (stalk of the Pulu)
Maluli
Makauma (eye for wrestling)
Nahili (put on a false trail)
Poloa (long night)
Popoko (short night)
Poimoimo (blinking night)
Poiauwale (night gone without incidents)
Poilumai (night of strewing)
Poinanaia (forgot the fishes)
Onanana (pain of travail)
Nanaue (looking askance)
Nahuila (the red fires)
Meia (with him or her, so)
Kulaimoku (overturn the ship)
Pihi (small)
Pililau (enormous stakes on bet)
Maeleele (numbness)
Kauhale (houses)
Palia (craggy precipice)
Pule (pray, prayer)
Halawai (meeting, met)
Leleipaoa (flew at dead of night)
Miliamau (fondle often)
Kulana (unsteady, position)

Iwaiwa (maiden-hair fern)
Luna (upward, above, official)
Kaua (we, us)
Lilo (gone, given away)
Kila (steel, seal)
Kilaua
Maaa (name of Lahama wind)
Lana (float, launch)
Piko (navel, centre)
Hulikau (overturned on top)
Pakapaka (blotches)
Liilii (small bits)
Lilioma
Manukele (wet-bird)
Mama (swift, chew)
Paepae (sill of a door)
Umu (native oven)
Kii (image, went after something)
Kini (1,000, forties, friends)
Lohi (late, slowly)
Nahele (forest, woods weeds)
Upa (slammed, banged, slapped)
Liawa
Newaku (stood unsteady)
Mali (fasten the bait with twine, deceive)
Pulama (fondle, make great deal of)
Palama (seclusion)
Ohinu (to besmear, to roast)
Omaka (sprout, budding, sowing of)

Olua (you two)
Kaneiwa (nine husbands)
O Lii (finest, tiny)
Laa (dedicated to a deity or high chief)
Aka (shadow, laugh, but)
Mau (fastened, caught, things, more than one)
Alii (chief, person of rank)
Pohea (which or what, night or night of call)
Mii (clasp)
Pahu (punch, push, burst)
Ume (draw towards you)
Hala (missed, gone, pandanus)
Poniponi (very black).
Kelenanahu (besmeared with charcoal)
Kaekaea (palatable)
Hohonupuu (deep hill)

Kaeahonu (life of the turtle)
Kaeahonu (life of the turtle)

Lehelehe (lips, talkative)
Hinakolu (thrice thrown)
Mauka (towards the mountain)
Haui (sideways)
Lopiana

Kukeleau (I am drenched)
Manaaala
Lupuhi (shaking eels)
Ikuwa (swell of sound)
Mania (smooth, drowsy)
Lahulahu
Loa (long, high)
Pokopoko (stubby, short, little bits)
Anana (measure, six feet)
Amiami (sway one's body backward and forth)
Lepau (point)
Lepeake
Malamu (field of moths)
Mahakea (barren field)
Hoouli (to turn dark)
Pololani (night of Lo's in the heavens)
Kalakala (rough surface)
Huli (turn over)
Kelea (surface made smooth)
Halululu (rumbling sounds)
Kalahai (broken or interrupted day)
Kanamu (little gods)

Heanaipu (cave of gourds)
Hoowili (repetition)
Ume (draw downwards)
Ohi (gather, collect)
Pelapela (filthy, smutty)
Oheohe (slight, slim)
Malumalu (shade, safety)
Lipoa (a seaweed)
Kanulau (plant sprouts)
Nahele (weeds or forest)
Hoopulu (make damp)
Kakelii (belong to the chief)
Hulu (feather, down)
Lono (heard)
Kea (white, to be crossed)

Papahuli (overturned board)
Moolio (taut)
Kilohi (look backward with self-admiration)
Anapu (flash)
A-aa (veins)
Pehe
Wanaku (pierced by wana)
Haina (betrayed)
Kulamau (forgiven repeatedly)
Hilipo (slash in the night)
Keanukapu
Laapilo
Hoohali (draw out to betray)
Nauia (that is yours; chew it)
Ipu (container, a vessel or dish)
Kahiko (old, stale)
Po-i (cover up the dish, cover of a dish)
Helenaku (walk shuffling)
Kaukahi (singly)
Lulu (shake, lull)
Moolelo (a tale, history)
Kapili (to join together)
Kahu (servant)
Anoano (holy)

Nalu (surf)
Pokii (younger in birth)
Nanaku
Moku (island, cut, pulled apart)
Hoonahu (pretend to bite)
Apiapi (gills of a fish)
Mahoa
Ahia (lighter color, how many)
Mulemule (easily offended)
Akia (bit in two, a tree)
Lena (yellowish)
Auhuhu (poisonous shrub)
Laaumele (singing wood)
Laalaau (woody, branches)
Wahine (woman, female)
Kikana
Ui-a (beautiful or charming)
Kahuli (changeable, overturned)
Elieli (dig, dug)
Moomoo (soaking and bundling of tapa for pounding)
Kapu (sacred)
Lau (leaf)
Eiwa (nine)
Hiliahu (weave the cloth)
Kaomi (press down)
Auwe (an exclamation, oh!)
Olopule
Kaimai (led hither)
Kinika
Niniha (cross, ill temper)
Niniahu

Moemole
Mokukaha (wide cut)
Opilopilo (stench)
Meheia
Kamanuhaahaa (humble-bird)
Leleamio (jump sprightly)
Aumalani
Kahakaua (division of war)
Holi (thin)
Haehae (to tear)
Mano (four thousand)
Opelele (flying bundle)
Ehu (yellow)
Kapilipili (paste together)
Hapoe
Hunu
Ohekele (watery tube)
Pukapu (sacred couch)
Ponouli
Lehiwa (to admire)
Keleauma
Pohopoho (exposing the back)
Nanio
Pa-e (heard)
Pililauhea
Manukoha (chirping bird)
Kanaia (it is his)
Naio (worms)
Puhimaka (raw eels)
Kalino (rope for throttling)
Kalaniahu (robe of heaven)
Poepoe (round)
Hiloauama
Uhuau

Muku (short, stubby)
Leleiona (fly towards him)
Haikala
Nakulu (the drops)
Kukala (proclaim)
Hiipoi
Olo (baggy, water jug)
Papaa (slab)
Hano (asthma)
Mahoe (twins)
Kaloa (24th, 25th, 26th night of the moon)
Pokipoki (a bug)
Kinikahi
Holiolio (passing objects)
Alohi (dazzling)
Aheaka (it is a shadow)
Naio (sill, edge)
Wali (ground)
Walihooke
Nohopali (sit on precipice)
Nohinohi (variegated)
Mahealani (16th night of the moon)
Palimu (mount of midgets)
Kahiona (countenance)
Lukama
Kahikahi (to rub, smooth)
Waikeha
Manini (a fish)
Hinalo (the flower of the pandanus)
Oamaamaku (schools of mullet)
Lahi (a species of banana)
Keleakaku

Lahipoko (short banana)
Pauha (disappoint)
Kaheka (pits in the rocks on seashores)
Piopio (the cry of chicks)
Hookaukau (about to sleep)
Hooiloli (pregnancy)
Puapua (birds' tail feathers)
Mahiapo (work till night)
Kulukau (hanging drops)
Kupee (bracelets, anklets)
Kealanuu (terraced path)
Kinana (brood of chickens)
Pulelehu (like ashes)
Milimili (handle, fondle)
Apoapoahi (catching fire)
Pola (centre platform of a double canoe)
Houpo (breast, bosom)
Kakiwi (plant slips of branches)
Polinahe (small stomach)
Ipulau (bowl of leaves)
Nahawiliea
Hoolaumiki
Palahalaha (flat)
Hulikahikeoma
Kahiliapoapo (brush and catch)
Kaheihei (the race)
Hilipalahalaha (broad braid)
Apuwaiolika (draught of water)
Ohiohikahanu (quick breath)
Palakeaka (stained shadow)
Mimika
Kilika (thrash around)

                   
  Polaa (sacred night) was born.
Then Storm was born, the Tide was born,
The Crash was born, and also bursts of bubbles.
Confusion was born, also rushing, rumbling, shaking earth.
The sea became calm and mountains rose;
Water became lakes and formed houses;
With great awe the posts rose,
And shouts ascended when the spear of Kauikaho was flung.
He wrestled with Kanaloa, Kanikahoe.
Second night was born in the presence of Wakea.
Stormy night was born.
Plenty was born.
A fowl was born on the back of Wakea.
Then Kupololiilialiimuaoloipo died;
The Aukaha Opikokahonua died; he was a warrior.
The leaves bore and disappeared,
Disappeared in the darkest night.
 
                   
                   
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