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Kualoa (ku'ă-lo'ă):

/ ku'ă-lo'ă / Haw to Eng, Parker,

long ridge. Land section, Koolaupoko. Oahu.

Kualoa

/ Kua-loa / WahiLocation, Place Names of Hawaiʻi,

Land division, point, and beach park, Waikāne qd., Oʻahu, an area anciently considered one of the most sacred places on the island. When a chief was here, all passing canoes lowered their masts in recognition of his sacredness. A place of refuge was here. (Sterling and Summers 5:2–28). See Huilua, Koholālele, Palikū. Literally, long back.

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1. Artificial reef, Kualoa, Oʻahu. A mile off Kualoa Regional Park in approximately 90 feet of water. The state deposited material to establish the reef in 1972, and it now includes a barge that was sunk in 1994 and 400 concrete fish habitats that were dropped in 1999. 2. Point, Kualoa, Oʻahu. Also known as Kalaeʻōʻio Point. 3. Point range lights, Kualoa, Oʻahu. Navigational lights off Kualoa Regional Park that mark the channel into Kāneʻohe Bay. 4. Regional park (153.4 acres), Kualoa, Oʻahu. This park is listed in the National Register of Historical Places because of its traditional cultural importance. Young chiefs were brought here to be schooled in the arts of war and other political matters. Also known as ʻĀpua. 5. Surf site, windsurf site, Kualoa, Oʻahu. Off Kalaeʻōʻio Point. Also known as Gun Point, Kanenelu, Kūloa. Lit., long back or ridge.

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