oahuan

oa·hu·an

English syllables. 2014.

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  • Kapiohookalani — Infobox Monarch name =Kapiohookalani of Ookinaahu title =King of Ookinaahu caption = reign =1730 ndash;1737 full name =Kapiohookalani predecessor =Kualii successor =Kanahaokalani father =Kualii mother =Kalanikahimakeialii|Kapiokinaohookalani (?… …   Wikipedia

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  • Kūamanuia — Ku a Manuia was the 13th Alii Aimoku of Oahu. He reign as the titluar chieftain or King of the island of Oahu and all its territories it may of claim at the time. His passion for evil and greed was attributed by the chiefs and commoners to his… …   Wikipedia

  • Kaihikapuamanuia — Kaihikapu a Manuia was the 14th Alii Aimoku of Oahu. He reigned as the titular chieftain or King of the island of Oahu and all its territories it may of claim at the time. =Early Life= He was the second son of Kalaimanuia, the Alii Aimoku of Oahu …   Wikipedia

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