He oli no Oʻahu mai Puʻuokapolei a Makapuʻu

Eia ke kumu

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E Kawelo

Maʻinui o Puʻuokapolei

1. ʻO Puʻuokapolei –

Uliuli ka Poi a kāua – e

2. ʻAi nei — ʻo Honouliuli

ʻAeʻae[1] ʻono – ka Paʻakai e Hōʻaeʻae[2]

3. ʻO Hōʻaeʻae

Pīkele[3] pīkele ka iʻa – e Waikele

4. ʻO Waikele

Ka Hale piʻo [4]i ka hua moa[5]

5. ʻO Waipiʻo

E kuʻu a ʻai kāua i ka loko awa[6]

6. ʻO Waiawa

Mai hoʻomanana[7] iā kāua

7. ʻO Manana

Kini[8] kahawai[9] he lau[10] he mano[11]

8. ʻO Waimano

[12] ʻia kāua e ke au[13]

9. ʻO Waiau

Kukui malumalu[14] o kāua

10. ʻO Waimalu

E ala kāua ua ao

11. ʻO Kalauao

E kipa kāua e ʻai

12. ʻO ʻAiea

Mai hao hālawa iā kāua

13. ʻO Hālawa

E hoʻi kāua e noho i ka lua

14. ʻO Moanalua

Hoʻoipoipo hau kāua

15. ʻO Kahauiki

E piʻi kāua i ka lama

16. ʻo Kapālama[15]

E nunu[16] a hāʻawe[17] kāua

17. ʻO Hononunu (Honolulu)

Kīkī[18] kuoha[19] i laila

18. ʻO Waikīkī

Kīkē[20] ka hua a ka ʻalae[21]

19. ʻO Waiʻalae

He wahine hoʻolupe[22] kēia

20. ʻO Wailupe

Mauna kuʻu hoa i ka lua

21. ʻO Maunalua

He wahine heʻekoko kēia

22. ʻO koko

Puʻō[23] ka lau o ka Niu

23. ʻO Niu

Pāuma[24] nā waʻa i ke kai

24. ʻO Hanauma

He wahine Makapuʻu kēia

25. ʻO Makapuʻu

[1] ʻaeʻae 2. a small native shrub growing near salt marshes and among rocks

4. ʻaeʻae kai – raise of the ride ʻaeʻae ʻono rise of the craving/deliciousness of the paʻakai

[2] Hōʻaeʻae – Land section and point, ʻEwa, Oʻahu. Lit.,to make soft or fine. A stone called Pōhaku-pili (clinging rock) is on the edge of the cliff on the boundary of Hōʻaeʻae and Wai-kele; it belonged to the gods Kāne and Kanaloa.

[3]pīkanele vs. small, very little

[4]Hale piʻo  Hale Kāpiʻo: n. Lean – to shelter; house without walls.

[5] huamoa – type of house with thatch purlins serparated by a width of 3 fingers 3. variety of banana 4. variety of potato

[6]awa – port, harbor, cover; channel or passage, as through a reef

[7]hoʻomanana – to extend stretch out

[8]kini – multitude, many, forty thousand

[9]kahawai – stream, creek, river; valley, ravine, gulch, whether wet or dry

[10]lau – to be much, many; very many, numerous; four hundred

[11]mano – many numerous, four thousand; thick

[12] kō 2. dragged, towed 3. to fulfill, come to pass, succeed, do, complete

[13]2. nvi. Current; to flow, as a current. Au kanaiʻi, strong current; fig., a strong warrior. Au kō malalo, undertow. (PPN ʻau.) 3. movement, eddy, tide, motion, to move, drift, walk,

[14] malumalu – shelter or protection of any kind, often humble; shady

[15] pā: loaʻa typa word, touched by lama, touched by enlightenment

[16] nunu – greed, to covet, extort, take property by force

[17] hāʻawe To caryy a burden on the back, pack, a bundle, or burden so carried

[18] kīkī to incite, to sprout

[19] kuoha – love chant to kau i ke aloha iā haʻi

[20] kīkē – to rap, tap knock, to break open

[21] to break open the hua of the ʻalae at waiʻalae

[22] This is a woman that flies kites, hoʻolupe – to fly a kite

[23] puʻō, to bend as coconut fronds in the wind

[24] pāuma (5) to slosh a canoe back and forth, so as to empty it of water

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