The winds of Haena, Kauai and beyond, 1906.

[Found under: “KA MOOLELO o Hiiaka-i-ka-poli-o-Pele.”]

A Kalahale is the wind of Haena

A Limahuli is the wind of Haena

A Kolokini is the surfing wind of Kahuanui and Lohiauipo in Haena

A Unukupua is the voice-carrying wind of Lohiauipo in Haena

A Kanaenae is the fragrance-carrying wind of Lohiauipo in Haena

A Kilauea is the love-snatching wind of Lohiau in Haena

A Leoikua is the love-carrying wind of Lohiau in Haena

A Iponoenoelauae is the woman-fetching wind of Lohiauipo in Haena

Much aloha for Lohiauipo, my lover in Haena

A Peke is the wind of Hanakapiai

A Kaiopihi is the wind of Hanakoa

A Lawakua belongs to Kikiopua

A Lanikuua belongs to Kalalau

A Waikuauhao belongs to Hanapu wai kanaka

A Uluhinahina is the wind of Hanapu wai akua

A Aikoo is the wind of Nualolo

A Koholalele is the wind of Makuaiki

A Mapuala is the stranger-fetching wind of Nualolo

A Pua-o is the wind of Kamaile

A Papala is the fire-thrusting wind of Aneki

A Palihikai is the wind of Milolii

A Holoa is the Koolau wind of Keanaoku

A Leihoohihi is the wind of Polihale

A Kaunoa is the wind of Haeleele

A Mehuamoeone is the wind of Kolo

A Ohai is the wind of Papiohuli

A Holoua is the wind of Nohili

A Puukapele is the wind of Ma-na

A Hookui is the wind of Puukuakahi

The voice of the wind is hoarse in Puukualua

[Pele calls out the names of the winds of Haena, showing her familiarity with Kauai.]

(Na’i Aupuni, 6/25/1906, p. 3)

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Ka Na’i Aupuni, Buke II, Helu 20, Aoao 3. Iune 25, 1906.

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