Kumulipo, Sixteenth Age
Translated by Queen Liliuokalani
in 1897

                   
  Maui was the man and Hinakealohaila was the wife.
Nanamoa was the man and Hinakapaikua the wife.
Kulai was the man and Hinahoopaia the wife.
Nanakuae was the man, Keauhonua the wife.
Kapawa was the man, Kukuluhiokalani the wife.
Heleipawa was the man, Kookookumaikalani the wife.
Hulumalailena was the man, Hinamaikalani the wife.
Aikanaka was the man, Hinaaiakamalama the wife.
Pumainua was born, then Hema and Puna last of all.
Hema snatched the goblet in the scuffle with Luamahaheau.
Kahainui of Hema was born, Hinauluohia the wife.
Wahieloa the man, Hoolaukahili the wife.
Laka the man, Hikawaolena the wife.
Luanuu the man, Kapokuleiula the wife.
Kamea the man, Popomaile the wife.
Pohukaina the man, Huahuakapolei the wife.
Hua the man, Hikiiluna the wife.
Paunuikaikeanaina the man, Manokalililani the wife.
Huanuiekalalailaikai the man, Kapoea the wife.
Paunuikuakaolokea the man, Kapuhookia the wife.
Haho the man, Kauwilaianapu the wife.
Palena the man, Hikawainui the wife.
Hanalaanui was born, Hanalaaiki was born.
Hanalaaiki the man, Kapukapu was born.
Mauiloa the man, Kauhua was born.
Alau the man, Moeikeana was born.
Kanunokokuhelii the man, Keikauhale.
 
                   
  Lonomai (heard from) was the man.
Wakalana (time of straining) was the man.
Alo (dodge) was the man.
Kaheka (ditches)
Mapuleo
Paukei

Luakoa
Kuhimau
Kamaluohua
Loe
Kahokuohua
Kakae
Kaulahea
Kahekili

Kolu (third) the wife.
Kawai (the water) the wife.
Puia the wife.
Mailou the wife.
Kamaeokalani
Painalea

Hinaapoapo
Kaumana
Kapu
Waohaakuna
Hikakauwila
Kapohanaupuni
Kapohauola
Hauanuihoniala

                   
  Kawaukaohele was born, also Keleanuinohoanaapiapi,
The woman that lived at Kalamakua,
From whence Laielohelohe was born and who married
Piilani. Piikea was born and married Umi; to
Kumalaenuia Umi, who owned those precipices from whence slaves were held.
Kumalaenui of Umi was the husband of Kunuunuipuawalau.
Their son, Makua, was the only high chief (wohi kukahi) of the island. Kapohelemai, his wife, whose rank as sacred wohi Alii and Honor. So their heir I, the I of the Kingdom,
Whose power and right to execute,
And lord of the famed lands of Pakini,
Of the sliding Ohia and the weaving of the islands of Hawaii
To Ahu--to Ahu of I, of Lono,
                     Of Lonoikamakahiki.
 
                   
  Kalākaua and Lili`uokalani's Genealogy
descendants of LONOIKAMAKAHIKI KA-I-IMAMAO
 
                   
  Father Mother

Child

       
  Keaweikekahial II `o Kamoku Lonoma-i-Kanaka Lonoikamakahiki of Ka-i-Imamao
       
  Ka-i-Imaniao Kapaihi Ahu Kaolanial II
      Alapaiwahine
       
  Kepookalani Alapaiwahine Kamanawa
       
  Kamanawa Kamokuiki Kapaakea
       
  Kapaakea Keohokalole James Kaliokalani
      Kalākaua
      Lili`uokalani
      Anna Ka`iulani
      Kaiminaauao
      Miriam Likelike
      William Pitt Leleiohoku
       
  The Honorable Archibald Cleghorn Miriam Likelike Victoria Ka`iulani
                   
 

 

 
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