Kumulipo, Twelfth Age
Translated by Queen Liliuokalani
in 1897

                   
  The husbands (meaning of name)

Opuupuu (lumpy)
Opuupe (slimy bowels)
Opuumauna (hillocks)
Opuuhaha (budding of taro flower)
Opuukalaua
Opuuhanahana (rising heat)
Opuuhamahamau (beginning to suppress)
Opuukalauli
Opuukalakea
Opuukalahiwa
Opuukalalele

Maunanui (big mountain)
Maunanee (moving mountain)
Maunapapapa (low mountain)
Maunahaahaa (low mountain)
Maunahiolo (mountain slide)
Puukahonua (hill in the earth)
Haakukui (rumbling sound)
Haapipili
Kanioi (name of a poisonous tree)
Puanue
Kepoo (the head, at the top)
A-aa (full of roots or veins)
Piowai (curving waters)
Nauanuu (grade in Naua)
Haulanuiiakea (broad glow light)
Mahikoha (noise of the Mahi)
Oopukoha (noise of the Oopu)
Hawaii (name of largest island)
Kekihe-i
Makuaikawaokapu (parents of the sacred fields)
Makaukau (ready)
Kalolomauna (brain of the hills)

Kalolopiko (centre of the brain)
Aa (clinkers, bright fire)
Kauwila (the lightning)
Palipali (hilly)
Punalauka
Piheeluna
Malanaopiopi
Malanaopiha-e

The wives (meaning)

Laaniha
Pepe (crushed, humble, flattened)
Kapuu (the mound or hill)
Leleiao (flown at dawn)
Mauka-o
Kilokau (watch the season)
Halalai (calmly)
Makele (swampy)
Opuele (black stomach)
Opumakaua (timid)
Lelepau (full confidence)

Makelewaa
Hulipu (turn over, upset)
Kanaua
Haalepo (dirtyish)
Haneenee (creep along, grow low)
Lalohana (low work)
Waawaa (uneven, rough, fool)
Haamomoe (all lay low)
Haakauwila (low lightning)
Lalomai (beneath)
Kau-a-wana (season for Wana)
Hooanu (to make cold)
Aamoa (tendon of a chicken)
Makohilani (grip the heavens)
Huku (a lump)
Hinahookaea (despised Hina)
Kumananaiea
Ulunui (luxuriant growth)
Kekilaau
Ikawaoelilo (abduct while in the woods)
Hahalua (full of holes, ruts)
Kaloloamoana (brain of the sea)

Kaloloaa (brain full of veins)
Wakaau
Uhuihi (screen, to hide, to cover)
Palimoe (leaning precipice)
Punalakai
Piheelalo
Hikaulunui
Pihaehae

                   
  Kihalaaupoe was born a Wauke (the tapa tree);
The Ulu was born an Ulu (bread fruit);
The younger branch was born called
 
                   
  Kepoo (the head)
Oliua
Kikona
Hoopulupulu (made into lint)
Hoolehu (to turn to ashes)
Kaulunokalani
Hoouka (place on top)
Kanalu (the surf)
Poi (food made from the taro)
Paepaemalama
Kaulana (famous)
Palaau (picket fence)
Nukuono (sweet lips)
Pouhana (foundation)
Kaiwiloko (inner bone)
Leua (yellowish)
Hookahua (establish foundation)
Kuiau (I strike)
Kapawaolani

Manamanaokalea
Aukuu (kingfisher)
Kakahiaka (morning)
Kapoli (the bosom)
Kimana
Polohilani
Kahilinaokalani (the thrashing of the heavens)
Kapaia (the walls)
Kakai (girdle)
Oili (appeared)
Kapaeniho (set of teeth)
Kaupeku
Kaopeopo (the bundle)
Nakia
Koele (a noise)
Huakalani (heaven bore fruit)
Nuukoiula
Kaioia (was pierced)
Kalalomaiao
Hakolaoa
Kekoha (the loud report)
Pipili (to attach one's self)
Kaulamaokoke
Kaulakelemoana
Hiikalaulau
Hainuawa
Laukohakohai
Opaiakalani
Opaikumulani
Liahu
Kanikumuhele
Hoopililani
Ohemokukalani

Pilihonua
Hoomahinukala
Laiohopawa
Kuliaimua
Laaumenea
Hoopilihai
Kiamanu
Hoopailimua
Nakukalani
Naholokauihiku
Pepepekaua
Hoomaopulani
Kukulani
Kukauhalelaa
Kukaimukanaka
Kukamokia
Kukahauli
Kuka Moi
Kukaluakini
Hoopilimoena
Hoopailani
Lohalohai
Kelekauikaui
Kanikaniaula
Keleikanuulani
Keleikanuupia
Keleikapouli
Kelemalamahiku
Hoohiolokalani
Hoopihapihia
Hoopalipali
Mihikulani
Maunaku
Hooholihae
Piipiiwaa
Kakelekaipu
Nakiauaawa

Nanue
Hoohewahewa (not recognized)
Milimilipo (fondle at night)
Kuemakaokalani (eyebrow of the heavens)
Poopoolani (depth of the heavens)
Kailiokalani (the skin of the heavens)
Hooipomalama (courting months)
Kunikunihia (singed, burnt)
Paniokaukea
Polomailani
Polohiua
Kukukalani (thorny heavens)
Hoolepau (deny outright)
Nuualani (steps of heaven)
Lanipahiolo (sawing heavens)
Hookumulani (commencing the heavens)
Hoonewa (staggered)
Lanukuaaala
Hoopilimeha-e (deep solitude)
Maninikalani (weeping heavens)
Hoonakuku (moving heavens)
Lanipuke (clashing heavens)

Ahukele (swampy)
Pioalani (arching heavens)
Miahulu
Minialani
Kumakumalani
Hoopilipilikane (betrothal)
Nuakeapaka
Palelaa
Palimoe (slanting precipice)
Palihoolapa (precipice of ravines)
Palipalihia (mountainous)

Halulu (rumbling sound)
Kauikau
Kaimai (lead this way)
Auna (flock)
Lapai
Kahele (the walk)
Aluka (in a crowd)
Hakihua (breaking waves)
Lenawale (turn yellow easily)
Kaumai (come aboard)
Kaulalo
Paweo (look askance)
Hopulani (catch the heavens)
Hanaku (do as you please)
Kamaka (the eyes)
Kaoiwi (the form)
Hoomalae (pretend)
Kuiaeonaka (strike and tremble)
Kainio

Kaukaha
Koha (popping sound)
Kuua (lowered)
Hoopumehana (warmed)
Kalimalimalimalau (the fifteen leaves)
Kalanimakuakaapu
Hemua (the sprout)
Hoolawakua
Manawahua (dyspepsia)
Mohala (open, spread out)
Okea (whitish)
Kapua
Kukaailani
Hoomaua
Lohelau
Kaunuuula (the red furnace)
Meheaka
Meheau
Hooliu (to be salted)
Kulukau
Mahikona
Ulukauu
Kapiko (the centre, the navel)
Hoomau
Hamaku
Ulahuanu
Hoolilihia
Kumukanikekaa
Kauikaiakea
Kopohelei
Hoomauolani
Nawihioililani
Kauhoaka

Mahinakea
Palihoomoe
Kuaiwalono
Hoopialu
Mahiliaka
Holiliakea
Puunaueakea
Hoopiimoana
Kaukealani
Apoapoakea
Puhiliakea
Ahuahuakea
Awekeau
Wakaaumai
Hiliapale
Hauli
Leleimoimo
Hooahu
Puepue
Kahiolo
Mahikona
Lauhohola
Mokumokalani
Meimeikalani
Palimaka
Pihana
Opiopuaka
Kuukuu
Hoopalaha
Hoonuanua
Kukaalani
Poupehiwa
Kalelewaa
Hinapahilani
Naukelemauna
Laulaulani
Poiao

Kuhimakani
Hoopalepale (to push away)
Milihoopo
Ohuku (projection of land)
Heanalani (heavenly cave)
Kiloahipea
Kaikainakea (white sister)
Maliiluna (attached above)
Pokaukahi (on the first night)
Nakao (the shooting stars)
Heiheiao (race in the day)
Panionio (variegated colors)
Holoalani (passing heavens)
Pahiolo (sawing implement)
Mukumulani
Newaa (beg for a canoe)
Kuaaala (fragrant forest)
Pilimeha-e (lonely companion)
Niniaulani (offended heavens)
Kalaniku (standing heavens)
Nahunahupuakea
Kalolo (the brain)

Oilialolo (from the brain)
Pioalewa (arching bow)
Pahula (dancing yard)
Kiihalani
Hoouna (to send)
Pilikana (relationship)
Holiakea (thin and white)
Palikomokomo (precipice with entrances)
Palialiku
Palimauua
Paliomahilo

                   
  Paliku was born (as a precipice) See Twelfth Age Branch  
                   
  Ololo was born (uneven), the husband
Kumuhonua (foundation of earth)

Kane (a god) (first two were born together)
Kanaloa (a god)
Ahukai (last in birth)

Kapili (bound together)
Kawakupua (age of myths)
Kawakahiko (the olden times)
Kahikolupa
Kahikoleikau (hang decoration)
Kahikoleiulu (decorate with balls)
Kahikoleihonua (decorate the earth)

Haakoakoalauleia
Kupo (stood at night)
Nahaeikekaua (torn by war)
Keakenui (great longing)
Kahianakiiakea (open space for gods)
Koluanahinakiiakea
Limaanahinakiiakea
Hikuanahinakiiakea
Iwaanahinakiiakea
Welaahilauinui (burning heat of her beauty)
Kahikoluamea (strewing of age of Mea)

Ololonuu the wife
Haloiho (peer beneath)
 
 

Holehana

Kealonainai (short breasted)
Heleaeiluna (walk upwards)
Kapaulaia (this is the end)
Lukaua (cease war)
Kupomakaikaeleue
Kanemakaikaeleue
Kaakoakoaikeaukahonua

Kaneiakoakahonua
Lanikupo (the night of standing heavens)
Haneeiluna (slide from above)
Laheamanu (stench of birds)
Luaanahinakiipapa
Haanahinakiipapa
Ouoanahinakiipapa
Waluanahinakiipapa
Lohanahanahinakiipapa
Owe (grating sound)
Kupulanakehau

                   
  Wakea who was husband of Haumea, Papa, and Hoohokukalani, and Haloa was born.
                      Yes, ’twas Haloa.
(Wakea was the first man and Papa the first woman.)
 
     
     
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