ULUKAU: THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRONIC LIBRARY
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Island: Hawaiʻi: Kaʻū
Ahupuaa: All
Feature: moku
Comments: Kaʻū is one of the six original districts, recognized in the Māhele Book, on the island of Hawaiʻi. It is known poetically as ʻKaʻū kua makaniʻ....Kaʻū is an ancient name, with cognates in Samoa (Taʻū) and Mortlock Islands (Takuu)". (PEM) See Kauloa.
Lexicology: kaʻū. PEM: not translated.
Source: King 1935:215; PEM 91.
Quadrangle: 10-00
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Catalog Number: 390.00.000

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