HWST Midterm 2

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HWST Midterm 2
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Hawaii Hawaiian UH University of Hawaii 107
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  1. ka lani pa'a
    The region in heaven that seems remote when looking up into the sky. I thought to have contained a ''track'' which the sun traveled on until it set beneath the ocean. The orbits of the moon and stars were also thought to be in the same region. The earth was thought to be solid and motionless.
  2. luna o ke ao
    The region in the sky where the clouds float.
  3. luna a'e
    Area just above one's head when standing upright.
  4. Ka Honua
    The place where we stand. Thought to have been solid, fixed, and unmoving, as the sun, moon and stars orbited around the earth.
  5. lalo, i lalo
    The place below where we stand.
  6. lalo o ka lepo
    underground
  7. ʻAkau
    North
  8. Kona
    Leeward
  9. Koʻolau
    Windward
  10. Komohana
    West
  11. Hema
    South
  12. Hikina a ka lā
    East
  13. Mauna
    Mountain
  14. Kahakai
    beach
  15. wao maʻukele
    rainforest
  16. apapa
    reef
  17. lāʻau
    plant
  18. ʻulu
    breadfruit
  19. uhi
    yam
  20. niu
    coconut
  21. kī (lāʻī)
    tī plant
  22. ʻuala
    sweet potato
  23. maiʻa
    banana
  24. pahu
    drums
  25. Mahina
    moon
  26. Lono
    pole and torch fishing, no planting
  27. Kanaloa
    god of the underworld and teacher of magic. called upon when sailing
  28. loko iʻa
    fish ponds
  29. ʻauwai
    irrigation ditch system
  30. loʻi
    taro pondfields
  31. ʻahuʻula
    cape
  32. haumāna
    live off the land?
  33. mahiole
    feathered helmet
  34. kūkailimoku
    hawaiian war god, aka Kū
  35. mamo
    native hawaiian bird
  36. kīhei
    cape
  37. hula kahiko
    hula composed before 1893
  38. ʻaumakua
    family god
  39. ʻohe kāpala
    printing designs, final stages of making tapa and kapa
  40. hale nauā
    non-profit hawaiian art organization

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