Women’s Hawaiian names

Ayolana

– flying

Akela

– noble

Akeneki

– chaste, holy

Alamea

– precious

Alan

– awakening proposal

Alani

– orange tree

Alaula

– dawn light dawn

Aolani

– celestial cloud

apical

– the joy of the father

Vicolo

– conqueror, victory

Iquique

– god knows

Ipoh

– favorite, beloved

Kakalina

– net

Kala

– princess

Kalama

– flaming torch

Kalani

– heaven, heaven

Kalea

– bright

Kalei

– beloved, flower / wreath

Kali

– staggering

Kamea

– that and only

Kani

– sonorous, sounding

Keiki

– child

Keilani

– gorgeous, main

Keilna

– net

Kekepaniya

– crown

Kekona

– second

Keown

– a good gift of god

Kiana

– divine, heavenly

Keel

– fragrant blossoming gardenia

Qila

– trail

Kilikina

– follower Christ

Kinnah

– good

Kona

– lady

Konani

– bright

Kay

– sea

Kaya

– sea

Keikala

– sea and sun

Cale

– style

Keilani

– sea and sky

Keimana

– the power of the ocean

Lana

– , calm as immobile water

Lani

– heaven, sky

Lehalani

– heavenly flowers

Leia

– child of heaven

Leihla

– sheep

Lilo

– generous

Lokelani

– small red rose

Luana

– happy, happy

Makala

– myrtle

Malana

– floating, easy

Mali

– calm

Raspberry

– soothing naya, soothing

Malia

– beloved

Mans

– gifts

Mahina

– the moon, the lunar light

Meyklina

– from Magdala

Meca

– eye

Mel

– song

Melik

– honey bee

Miquilena

– agile, quick

Miliani

– tender, tenderness

Moana

– ocean

Mail

– vine

Meylea

– wild flower

Nakayn

– hope

Nalani

– heaven

Nani

– beauty, brilliance

But

– fog, foggy rain

Neelani

– heavenly girl, fog of heaven

Okelani

– from heaven

Ola

– life, welfare

olivine

– oliandr

Olin

– joyful

Sang

– lava

weeded

– blooming

Haliya

– memories of a loved

Heiko

– noble appearance

Hoke

– snow white

Eyneki

– chaste, holy

Elikeypka

– god – my oath

Yua

– alive, living

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