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young Pukui-Elbert Eng to Haw,

ʻŌpio, ʻōpiopio. Also: kiokio; kaekae (as an attractive woman); moʻo, moʻomoʻo, ʻalapuʻu; ʻouo (of animals); pua, ʻōhua (of certain fish); ʻōilo (as of ʻōʻio or eel). Young people, poʻeʻōpiopio, poʻe uʻi.

Young Andrews Eng to Haw,

opio, opiopio.

Young Place Names of Hawaiʻi,

Street, Makiki, Honolulu, named for John Young, the English sailor who went ashore at Ke-ala-ke-kua, Hawaiʻi, in 1790, was detained by Ka-mehameha, and became his companion and trusted adviser (Kuy. 1:25). The street was officially named at the August 30, 1850, Privy Council meeting. (TM.) See Alexander Young Building, Keoniana, ʻOlohana.

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