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Kahakaʻaulana

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Old name for Sand Island, Honolulu, Oʻahu. (RC 416.) Literally, the floating swimmers pass by. (Reference is perhaps to fishermen's containers that floated by while the people fished, as for crabs and seaweeds.)

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Kahakaʻaulana

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Island, Keʻehi, Oʻahu. One of several small islands in Keʻehi Lagoon on the western side of Kalihi Channel. Also known as Harris Island. Lit., the floating swimmers pass by (perhaps named for fishermen and their floating containers).

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