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  • Land section, Pelekunu, Molokaʻi.
  • Former land section along the waterfront beyond the seaward end of Alakea Street, downtown Honolulu, Oʻahu; it was an old surfing area (Finney and Houston 39) and one-time site of a coconut grove named for a chief. This name is on an 1810 map of Honolulu (Honolulu in 1810). (See Kekai-o-Māmala; Westervelt, 1964b:52-54.)

Literally, the albatross bay.

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