NĀ PU`U & NĀ KAHAWAI<br />HWST 100<br />
NĀ PU`U KAULANA O HILO<br />Pu`uʻŌpeʻapeʻa<br />Pu`uhonu<br />Komohana St<br />PuʻuʻoHālaʻi<br />Haili Street<br />
PU`U HĀLA`I<br />Home of Hinaikeahi(eldest daughter of Hina)<br />Hinaikeahi was given the power over fire<br />Well loved...
PU`U HONU<br />Home of Hinaikawai (daughter of Hina)<br />Hinaikawai was given the power over rain<br />Envious of her sis...
PU`U `ŌPE`APE`A<br />Uamoʻa ka maiʻa, he keikimāmākāHina.The bananas are cooked (and remember that) Hina has a swift son.L...
PU`U `ŌPE`APE`A<br />`aulima<br />`aunaki<br />
WAILUKU<br />Ka wailumalumaʻi kanaka o WailukuThe water of Wailuku where men were drowned<br />Refers to Wailuku, Hilo, wh...
WAILUKU<br />Pili grass<br />Traditional hale (house) using pili grass<br />
WAILOA<br /><ul><li>Literally means “long water” but is actually the shortest river in the state
Site of a State Park today, which includes Waiākea pond</li></li></ul><li>If you have any questions, please ask them on th...
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Puu and kahawai

  1. 1. NĀ PU`U & NĀ KAHAWAI<br />HWST 100<br />
  2. 2. NĀ PU`U KAULANA O HILO<br />Pu`uʻŌpeʻapeʻa<br />Pu`uhonu<br />Komohana St<br />PuʻuʻoHālaʻi<br />Haili Street<br />
  3. 3. PU`U HĀLA`I<br />Home of Hinaikeahi(eldest daughter of Hina)<br />Hinaikeahi was given the power over fire<br />Well loved by her people<br />She sacrificed herself, which resulted in food, water, and the tranquility we know as Hilo <br />
  4. 4. PU`U HONU<br />Home of Hinaikawai (daughter of Hina)<br />Hinaikawai was given the power over rain<br />Envious of her sister’s beauty and power<br />
  5. 5. PU`U `ŌPE`APE`A<br />Uamoʻa ka maiʻa, he keikimāmākāHina.The bananas are cooked (and remember that) Hina has a swift son.Let’s finish this before we are caught. This saying comes from the legend of Māui and the mudhens. For a long time, he tried to catch them in order to learn the secret of making fire. One day he overheard one of them saying these words. He caught them before they could hide and forced them to yield the secret of fire.<br />
  6. 6. PU`U `ŌPE`APE`A<br />`aulima<br />`aunaki<br />
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  8. 8. WAILUKU<br />Ka wailumalumaʻi kanaka o WailukuThe water of Wailuku where men were drowned<br />Refers to Wailuku, Hilo, where victims were drowned to be offered in sacrifice at a nearby heiau<br />
  9. 9. WAILUKU<br />Pili grass<br />Traditional hale (house) using pili grass<br />
  10. 10. WAILOA<br /><ul><li>Literally means “long water” but is actually the shortest river in the state
  11. 11. Site of a State Park today, which includes Waiākea pond</li></li></ul><li>If you have any questions, please ask them on the Discussion Board.Mahalo!<br />
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