The Seas and the Channels of these Islands
Alenuihaha between Hawaii and Maui, 26 miles.
Alalakeiki between Maui and Kahoolawe, 6 miles.
Kealaikahiki between Lanai and Kahoolawe, 18 miles. 148 more words
Hoao Papa hanau moku,
I kana kane o Wakea i noho ai,
Hanau o Hoohokukalani,
He Alii, 163 more words
I want to obtain Mele about the arrival of Papa folks, and perhaps others, and Mele with each individual name, and Mele about the Kaiakahinalii , and Mele showing what the ancient people thought about the Sun, the Moon, and the Stars. 45 more words
Ikemaka i ka nani o Kapiliula,
Hoohihi ka manao me ka makemake;
Ia wai kaulana o ka aina,
Makaikaiia e ka malihini.
Ua inu ia wai ono hu’ihu’i, 234 more words
Aloha aina is a wonderful gift held by people. The German loves his land of birth, and for it is the national anthem sung—”Die Wacht am Rhein” [“Ke Kiai ma ka muliwai Rhine!”]* And so too with the Briton, whose love is steadfast for his birth land, and this is one of their songs—”Rule, Britannia! 127 more words