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Aloha - how we greet and treat each other
Beach - this one should be obvious!
Coconuts - the tree of life in the Pacific
David - King Kalakaua, the last King of Hawaii
Emma - Queen, married to Kamehameha IV
Flower - pua in Hawaiian, found everywhere!
Guava - tropical fruit
Hawaii - also obvious?
Ilima - the official flower of the island of Oahu
Jellyfish - an ocean critter you don't want to tangle!
Kona - a place name meaning leeward; also the coffee
Lilikoi - tropical fruit; passion fruit in English
Mango - another tropical fruit!
Nuuanu - lovely valley "behind" Honolulu; means cool height
Ohana - family and extended family; belonging; inclusive
Palace - Iolani Palace is the only one in the U.S.
Queen - Liliuokalani, Hawaii's last Queen was the one we had in mind, though there were others
Rainbow - magical or scientific, we see many of these
Surfing - sport of kings, Hawaii is its birthplace
Taro - also Kalo; major staple of the ancient Hawaiian diet
Ukulele - "jumping flea"; brought to Hawaii by Portuguese immigrants in 1879
View - far too many to pick just one!
Waikiki - the world famous beach and area second in density only to Manhattan (in the U.S.)
Xerox - the Hawaiian word for Xerox (or photocopy) is pepa kope, an excellent example of transliteration
Year - the Hawaiian word for year is makahiki
Zoo - Honolulu has one, and a great Web site, too!





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