Published November 1987 by Aloha Pr .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Contributions||Duke Kalani Wise (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||170|
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"Hawaiian Street Names" focuses on Oahu street names with thousands of entries, but it also has three pages with a total of about 70 Hawaii place names and a one page glossary with about 20 Hawaiian terms.
"Hawaiian Street Names" includes many street names that are not included in "Place Names of Hawaii". For instance, Kuhio (there should be a line (kahako or macron) over the u and the 5/5(3).
Great book with a wealth of info. Much more than just a list of street names, this book gives the meaning of the street names and also the history behind some of the names.
Of all the books i've purchased on Hawaii, this one is by far the best. Too bad its 5/5(3). In this book the authors endeavor to provide the people of the State of Hawaiʻi with a glossary of important place names in the State, including names of valleys, streams, mountains, land sections, surfing areas, towns, villages, and Honolulu streets and buildings.
The first edition of Place Names of Hawaii contained only 1, entries. The coverage is expanded in the present edition to include. Royal Hawaiian Ave; Royal Pl; Rte 61; Rte 72; Rte 99; Russel Way; Russell Ave; Ruth Pl; Rycroft St; S Beretania St; S Hotel St; S Judd St; S King St; S King St; S Kuakini St; S Kukui St; S Nimitz Hwy; S Pauahi St; S School St; S Vineyard Blvd; Safeguard St; Salt Lake Blvd; Salvor St; Samoa Pl; San Antonio Ave; San Juan St; Sand Island Access Rd; Sand Island Pkwy; Sanders Cir; Saratoga Rd.
List of Street Names in Hawaii County, Hawaii, Maps and Street Views. 1 Ele Ele Rd; 34th Ave; 35th Ave; 36th Ave; 37th Ave; 38th Ave; 39th Ave; 40th Ave; 4th St; 68 Mile Rd; 8 1/2 Mi Camp Rd; A'eloa; A-1 Lot St; Aa St; Aina Kaha Pl; Akahi Ave; Akala Rd; Akana Pl; Akasaki Rd; Akoni Pule Hwy; Alahaki Rd; Alapai Point Rd; Alii Dr; Ama Rd N.
Maui Street Names: the Hawaiian dictionary and history of Maui street names by Rich Budnick Call Number: DUM3 B84 (Hawaiʻi & Pacific Reference-Ask for Assistance) Molokaʻi. Official Name: Hawaii Name Meaning: Named for Hawai’iloa, a legendary figure from Hawaiian myth.
Nickname: The Aloha State Statehood: Aug (50th State) Capital: Honolulu Total Number of Counties: 5 Largest City: Honolulu Largest County (by population): Honolulu.
Population (as of ): 1, History: Polynesian settlers were probably the earliest inhabitants of the Hawaiian. Hawaiian Street Names book The Hawaiian language years ago, was spoken widely mostly by native Hawaiians, but after the overthrow of the Monarchy in the 's, teachers would punish students for speaking Hawaiian, even in a Hawaiian only private school.
Hence the language almost languished except in Hawaiian music and in Street names or geographic locations. HPPOA Office Location: Maku'u Drive (between 16th & 17th Avenues) Hours: am - pm Monday thru Friday except Holidays; Mailing Address: HC 3 Box ; Keaau, HI ; Phone: Fax: E-mail: [email protected] There's a book out by Rich Budnick called "Hawaiian Street Names: The Complete Guide to O'ahu Street Names Updated" (Aloha Press, $) that gives translations for 5, Hawaiian street names.
Fun. I'd have to think twice about living in a house on Hepa St. in Waipahu (translation: "idiot, moron"). Buy Hawaiian Street Names: The Complete Guide O'Ahu Street Names by Rich Budnick, Silvia Salgado (Illustrator), Duke K. Wise online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ How many place names are there in the Hawaiian Islands.
Even a rough estimate is impossible. Hawaiians named taro patches, rocks, trees, canoe landings, resting places in the forests, and the tiniest spots where miraculous events are believed to have taken place. And place names are far from static--names are constantly being given to new houses and buildings, streets and towns, and old names Reviews: 1.
Hawaii: Ma’ipalaoa Road. And that’s saying a lot considering the state’s other wacky street names: Satan Wood Drive (OK, actually, it’s Satinwood Drive, but for 30 years, the town. Get this from a library. Hawaiian street names: the complete guide to O'ahu street name translations. [Rich Budnick; Duke Kalani Wise].
Hawaii Island, often referred to as “The Big Island” is the largest and most southern island. The third most visited island, it is larger than all of the other islands combined and is the largest island in the United States (although persons from Alaska often remind me that Kodiak Island is close or.
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See below for more information. “Every Hawaiian place name has a moolelo, or backstory, that explains why the place was called what it’s called,” says John R.K.
Clark, author of multiple Hawaii outdoor books. “Place names capture the history and the culture of the people who coined them.
There is an excellent book about this byJohn Reps, titled "The Forgotten Frontier: Urban Planning in the AmericanWest Before ". Some time aroundthe word "street" was displaced by "avenue"; thepercentage of "streets" fell steadily and "avenues" rose just asquickly.
Ever wonder what goes into naming a street. SinceHonolulu City and County law has required all new streets be given Hawaiian names. However, it’s not uncommon to see non-Hawaiian street. The Hawaiian names, words or phrases must be 'appropriate' to cultural, scenic, and topographic features 2.
There must be no duplication in spelling, or similarity in sound from existing street names 3. Street names can not exceed 18 characters (in order to fit on the street sign) 4. Street names must be spelled with diacritical markings. names without pronunciations are excluded from results * is a wildcard that will match zero or more letters in the pronunciation.
example: *lee will match names which end with the sound lee (s) will match exactly one syllable in the pronunciation. example: (s)(s)ra will match names which have two syllables and then the sound rah (c) will match.
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This was the name of a Hawaiian goddess, the favorite sister of PELE. HIʻILANI f & m Hawaiian Means "held in the arms of heaven," from hiʻi "bear, hold/carry in the arms" and lani meaning "sky, heaven, heavenly, spiritual, royal, exalted, noble, aristocratic." HIʻILEI f Hawaiian (Modern, Rare).
Mōʻiliʻili’s name comes from an old Hawaiian myth wherein three characters are teased by a moʻo, a mischievous lizard totem god, who then gets. Hawaiian Baby Names Browse below for Hawaiian Baby Names, which includes gender, meaning and origin.
Finally, if you’re looking for a specific baby name or nationality, make sure to check out one of our many other categories. Mahalo. Hawaii’s picturesque landscape and vibrant culture inspire images of hibiscus flowers, surfing, and white sand beaches.
For Hawaiians there is an inseparable connection to the universe, land and sea that is reflected in the unique meanings of their names. Rascal Lane. These are just some of the translations of Hawaiian street names found in Rich Budnick's "Hawaiian Street Names: The Complete Guide to O'ahu Street Names Updated" (Aloha Press, $).
More than 5, names are in the book, which has been updated after being out of print for 10 years. Place names tell the story of Hawaii. For example: In Hilo there is the Wailuku River. If you know the word "wailuku" means "dangerous waters" you will understand why many people drown there.
Or take Aupuni Street. Aupuni means "government". It's the street where you can find both the State and County offices. This book is a must-have reference/5(3). Genre/Form: Dictionary Dictionaries Gazetteers: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pukui, Mary Kawena, Place names of Hawaii.
Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii, . List of common Hawaiian names of persons born in . This list of Hawaiian given names is based on a survey of persons born in andfrom obituaries in The Honolulu Advertiser and Honolulu Star Bulletinand samples of births and marriages on O'ahu in Honolulu Star Bulletin It's a small sample with an uneven age distribution, and centered.
In fact, Hawaiian uses only 12 letters, and they’re from the same alphabet you already know. Rule 1. Break the word up. Just like teaching a youngster to read, breaking larger words into smaller component pieces will speed up pronouncing a word.
Hawaiian makes wide use of compound words, so some of these words can get long in a hurry. the description is the meaning and history write-up for the name; separate search terms with spaces; search for an exact phrase by surrounding it with double quotes.
example: "lord of the rings" will match names from the novel 'The Lord of the Rings' this field understands simple boolean logic. What emerges from Hawaiian street names is a sense of Hawaiian history, language, land usage, people and culture.
The first street names in Honolulu were a mix of English and Hawaiian words, and in during the reign of King Kamahameha III, the Privy Council adopted 35 street names, and to date, 17 of those original names have survived to.
The book has many, many Hawaiian names to read through, along with short (and generally flattering) definitions. It also talks about the roots to MANY non-Hawaiian names, which was an addition that I didn't expect - very cool. Finally, the book was well thought out - not thrown together by some company to make a buck, but written by a local who.
The Hawaii resident's long last name is 36 characters. Her old driver's license didn't feature her first or middle name and dropped the 36th character of her last name. She said it caused problems when traveling and confusion when she was being questioned by a.
Hawaiian baby names can bring a bit of the islands home to you, with names as exotic as they are beautiful. "Naming your child is one of the most important things you will do for them," says Manu Ka'iama, a professor at the University of Hawaii and a member of the Native Hawaiian Education Council.
When choosing a name, Ka'iama reminds parents to consider the name's significance in the. Keyes Street — Margret Reed's maiden name, Keyes Bestor Street — James Frazier Reed's surveyor, Norman Bestor, who made subdivisions of Reed reservation  Rhodes Court — named after Judge A.
Rhodes, whose house was at the corner of Rhodes Court and the Alameda. Hawaii is home to many different types of flowers, which you may notice is a recurring theme in Hawaiian names for baby girls.
Aside from flowers, Hawaiian baby girl names are also very much inspired by nature. You’ll see a lot of names related to the ocean and waves, since Hawaii is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean. There is a wide variation in how Hawaiian words are pronounced–which must drive the students of the language crazy.
This is seen particularly in street names and areas. Even persons of Hawaiian ancestry may pronounce the street name where he or she grew up on incorrectly. Hawaiian Baby Boy Names With Meanings Hawaiian culture is strongly influenced by the North American and East Asian cultures, as well as by the indigenous Hawaiian tribes.
Hawaiian baby names are inspired by the place itself, which is beautiful and exotic. Hawaiian mythology as a subset of Polynesian mythology will be the subject I tackle here. I will be examining many of the Polynesian Island groups separately in the near future, some with full pages of their own, but to whet everyone’s appetites I figured I would start out with a Top 11 list looking at the major Hawaiian deities.
It was located slightly makai of where Fort Street meets Queen Street today. Hawaiians referred to the fort as Kekuanohu (“thorny back,” because of the guns on it walls) or Kepapu (“the gun wall”), wrote Walter Judd in the book “Palaces and Forts of the Hawaiian Kingdom.”.The Russian Program at the University of Hawai’i offers courses in Russian language, literature, culture, and film.
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