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  1. a large aggregate of people united by common decent, history, culture, in a large country
    Nation
  2. stories and sense of history, language, religion, rituals of daily life, arts and creativity, rituals of continuity
    Culture
  3. the policy or practice of acquiring full or partial control over another country
    Colonialism
  4. Created in the 1947 after WWII, it states articles which clearly outline basic human rights such as freedom from torture and slavery.
    Universal Declaration of Human Rights
  5. a country determines its own statehood and forms own allegiances and government
    Self-determination
  6. Discusses the rights of native people to protect their lands and resources, and to maintain their unique cultures and traditions, formalized by the UN
    UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
  7. a region centered on the islands of the tropical pacific
    Oceania
  8. a mutual dependence between things-countries
    Interdependence
  9. people from the sea
    Tahi
  10. northstar, immovable star
    Hōkūpa‘a
  11. dove, rock or wild pidgeon. used for navigation
    Manu Kū
  12. any stone used to attract fish; fish God; named for god of fisherman
    Kū`ula
  13. the Hawaiian creation story, told as a chant. Includes the genealogies of members of Hawaiian royalty (as they descended from the gods)
    Kumulipo
  14. the deep geneology of Pap and Wākeageneaology
    Mo`okū`auhau
  15. the stories; orature and literaturespoken story
    Mo`olelo
  16. First Hawaiian Scholar. a leading hawaiian historian of the kingdom of hawaii, christian minister, fought to preserve hawaiian culture and literatureFirst talked about Wakea and Papa Wrote the bible in Hawaiian
    David Malo
  17. a hawaiian historian and scholar, helped to preserve hawaiian culture and literature
    Samuel Kamakau
  18. A 19th century educator, politician, and historian in the Kingdom of Hawaii.
    John IʻI
  19. women do everything separate from men
    Aikapu
  20. taking care of the land
    Mālama ‘āina
  21. chief, to act or rule as a chiefa person of a chiefly/noble rank (hereditary)
    Ali`i
  22. offspring marriage of high born brother/sister
    Nīaupiʻo Mating
  23. elder sibling of the Hawaiian chiefs
    Hāloa
  24. the highest kahuna under Kamehameha 1 and a direct descent of Pa'ao ,first to touch a torch when kapu was broken
    Kahuna nui
  25. the search for a source of mana
    Imihaku
  26. Headman of an ahupua'a land division under the chief; land rights under the high chief

    a person who distributes land amongst the people
    konohiki
  27. High chief, higher class supreme high chief of an island
    Ali`i Nui
  28. a person who is an expert in any profession.
    a priest/doctor/political strategist, held in high regard by all
    Kahuna
  29. commoner, people in general; citizen
    Maka`āinana
  30. land division usually extending from the uplands to the sea
    Ahupua`a
  31. Family
    `Ohana
  32. a non-monetary economy which relies on natural resources for basic needs

    goods are traded for goods, no currency, no industrializatiom
    Subsistence economy
  33. bones, blood of indigenous people
    `Ōiwi
  34. true people of the land.the Native Hawaiian people
    Kanaka Maoli
  35. process by which a person or persons acquire the social and psychological characteristics of the group
    Assimilation
  36. the undoing of colonialism; where a nation establishes and maintains dependent territory
    Decolonization
  37. a family of languages spoken in an area extending from madagascar to the pacific islands
    Austronesian
  38. grammatically simplified form of language; used for those working on plantations in hawaii
    Pidgin
  39. Hawaiian, Creole, English
    HCE
  40. a stable natural language that has developed from a pidgin, i.e. a simplified version of a language.
    Creole
  41. The concept of the annihilation of a culture. Through enforcement and standardized education of another culture, Natives of the former are made to see their past as undesirable and old fashioned, making them want to distance themselves from it.
    Cultural bomb
  42. most important area of domination; the colonized, the control through culture, relationship to the world (brain washing kids)
    Mental universe
  43. The disassociation of the sensibility of a child from his natural or social environment.
    Colonial alienation
  44. backwards apostrophe; consonant in hawaiian language
    Okina
  45. indicates the the vowel over which is placed is drawn out
    Kahakō,
  46. An organization dedicated to preserving the Hawaiian language through teaching: Hawaiian Immersion preschools/schools
    Pūnana Leo
  47. emersion of hawaiian language into charter/high schools

    a secondary Hawaiian immersion school
    Kula Kaiāpuni,
  48. (1867) All children are to be taught to read and write in Maori
    Maori School Act
  49. the Māori language revitalization program for New Zealand natives, means "Language Nest"
    Kohanga Reo
  50. belief in more than 1 god
    Polytheism
  51. goddess; supernatural, godly
    Akua
  52. the attribution of a souls to plants, inanimate objects
    Animism
  53. god/ spirit in ones genealogy, people have spiritual relationships with them
    `Aumakua
  54. soul or spirit, ghost, spiritual
    `Uhane
  55. the idea that spirits can manifest themselves in different natural physical forms
    Kinolau
  56. Belief in one god
    Monotheism
  57. People of Malaita, Solomon islands. had their own religion. Animistic/polytheistic people.
    Baegu
  58. ghost or spirit/Baegu
    Kwasi
  59. strict religious practices, in cook islands
    Aabu system
  60. protestant christian church

    believe that the second coming of Christ will soon occur and the Bible is the absolute guide to faith and spiritual practice in anticipation of his return
    Seventh Day Adventists
  61. an emancipation movement for self-government and self-determination during/after WW2 in Soloman Islands
    Marching Rule
  62. short rib extending upward from the tip of the paddle
    Io
  63. a fabled original homeland from which polynesians believe themselves to have come/to where their spirits return after death
    Havaiki
  64. agreement or concord, being one with a deity
    Harmony
  65. god/ spirit in ones genealogy, people have spiritual relationships with them
    `Aumakua
  66. realm of lost soulds. spirits wandered, couldn't engage with living forms, tried to posses living souls in order in engage with living
    Ao Kuewa
  67. realm of complete darkness, evil
    Ao o Milu
  68. Hawaiian story about man name Malua’e. Son choked on banana and Malua’e was a farmer. Laid beside son and wanted to die but received help and retreived sons soul
    Maluaʻe
  69. the act of spirits taking over living beings to communicate with living world; possession. Leaves psychological problems
    Noho `Ana
  70. Purpose/responsibility
    Kuleana
  71. spring, leap, bound; spirit place to leap from into the netherworld
    Leina
  72. spiritual power, presence, strength; leadership; in people, places a spiritual power that you can "feel"
    Mana
  73. balance, power, dualism; to be balanced; RECOGNIZING a sense of own balance
    Pono
  74. female diety; body form of LAVA, young woman, old woman; she will cover old and create new so live can form

    Daughter of Haumea and Kāne. Hawaiian goddess of volcanoes.
    Pele
  75. Daughter of Haumea and Kāne. Hawaiian goddess of clouds, forests, hula dancing. Carried to Hawai'i by Pele in the form of an egg.
    Hi`iaka
  76. foundation of gods; original deities; power was important to daily livesmale deities, such as Ku, Lono, Kāne, Kanaloa
    Kumupa`a
  77. female kumupa'a; represented woman hood, one who gives birth, fertility and strength
    Haumea
  78. large female reptilian being who protects fish pools
    Mo`o
  79. to feed the gods; physical transformation of body to element/gods
    Kākū‘ai,
  80. Praying grounds/house
    Heiau
  81. the place on an altar on which an offering goes to the gods
    Lele,
  82. coral, coral head, fishing shrines/ grounds
    Ko‘a
  83. temple, church; where ruling chiefs prayed and made human sacrifices
    Luakini
  84. ceremonies at a heiau to dedicate the turning of night to day. during these ceremonies no sudden movements were to be made and complete silence was to be withheld.
    ‘Aha ceremony
  85. Hawaiian god of fertility, agriculture, and peace
    Kalaninuiiamamao
  86. night time
    Ka Pō
  87. day time
    Ke Ao
  88. peaceful and calm (woman)
    female with alot of mana
    Laʻilaʻi
  89. Carved god image for a temple( Man)
    eldest brother who is mate of la’ila’i
    Kiʻi
  90. God of procreation, gives life associated with dawn, sun, and sky. Highest of the four major Hawaiian deities (along with Kanaloa, Kū, and Lono)
    Kāne
  91. father, high chief who wanted to mate with his daughter. Sky father. Islands were made by the hands of Wakea himself
    Married to Papa with three children
    Sleeps with daughter, Ho'okokukalani, and produces two children
    Wākea
  92. a son of Wākea; brother or relationship; sacred taro
    Hāloa
  93. Hawaiian goddess of birth, politics, and war
    Haumea
  94. A renowned Hawaiian mythological hero. Is said to slow the sun, lift the sky, and fish new land from the ocean
    Maui

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