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Park, Hilo waterfront, Hawaiʻi, named for Chief KaʻaiʻawaʻawaiMoʻoheau (the bitter food of Moʻoheau), the son of Hoʻolulu, who is said to have hidden Kamehameha's bones.

Avenue, Kapahulu section, Honolulu, Oʻahu, named by Auhea Crowningburg, through whose land the street ran, for Chief Moʻoheau, an ancestor.

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Park, Hilo, Hawaiʻi. On the waterfront at the foot of downtown Hilo. Name of a chief whose father, Hoʻolulu, is said to have hidden the bones of Kamehameha I.

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