- According to Johnson and Mahelona (40), the months are male stars in the sixth generation after male Ao (day) and female Pō (night). Each star-month has one or more star-wives. The males are born in succeeding generations starting with ʻIkuwā (Pohā-kōʻeleʻele), followed by Welehu, Makaliʻi (ʻAuhuhu-paʻina), Kāʻelo, Kaulua, Nana, Welo, Ikiiki, Kaʻaona, Hinaiaʻeleʻele, Māhoe Mua (Hilina Ehu), and Māhoe Hope (Hilina Mā). Malo 30 equates ʻIkuwā with October, but as shown in Emerson's note (Malo 33–5), correspondences with the Western calendar differed according to islands and individuals. Variants are in parentheses in the above list.
- Nights of the lunar month: Hilo, Hoaka, Kū Kahi, Kū Lua, Kū Kolu, Kū Pau, ʻOle Kū Kahi, ʻOle Kū Lua, ʻOle Kū Kolu, ʻOle Kū Pau, Huna (Hoʻāo), Mohalu (Mōhaluhalu), Hua, Akua, Hoku, Māhealani, Kū Lua, Lāʻau Kū Kahi, Lāʻau Kū Lua, Lāʻau Pau, ʻOle Kū Kahi, ʻOle Kū Lua, ʻOle Pau, Kāloa Kū Kahi, Kāloa Kū Lua, Kāloa Pau, Kāne, Lono, Mauli, Muku.
- Months of pregnancy, kū #13.
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