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Koa Mo‘o-lelo. http://samlow.com/sail-nav/images/CanoeKane.jpg. Koa. Brave, bold, fearless Soldier, warrior, fighter Koakoa – arrogant, impudent. http://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/northamerica/unitedstates/hawaii/explore/king-of-the-forest.xml. Mo‘o-lelo. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Koa Moo-lelohttp://samlow.com/sail-nav/images/CanoeKane.jpg

KoaBrave, bold, fearlessSoldier, warrior, fighterKoakoa arrogant, impudent

http://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/northamerica/unitedstates/hawaii/explore/king-of-the-forest.xml

Moo-leloMoo-lelo: Story, tale, traditionMoo lizard, succession, strip of land, ridge, brindledLelo tongueMoo-meheu: footprintMoo-puna: springKuna Moo: freshwater eel Moo-k-au-hau: geneology

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http://pacificislandparks.com/2011/03/31/oasis-of-life-in-forest-island/Koa relationshipsWaa, surfboardsMedicine- induce sleep, burnt leaves ea and paoaoBark dye and tanningHulaKa ulu koa I kai o Oneawa Legend of Hiiaka - Koa grove at sea

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http://www.bigislandchronicle.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/kamehameha_landing.jpgKoa Moo-leloContext of waa canoe or trenchShaped by fierce winds of the mountainsBeaten by overwhelming wavesRolled over sandy beachesSmashed against coral or lava reefsUntil finally, lay worn and conqueredReady to meet the roughest lifeKoa Moo-leloKa-hanai-a-ke-akua a chief resided near KouNuuanu valley cool heightGood koa trees but guarded by moo and eepaMoo sends winds, black clouds, discouraging omensPriests persistedLog became stuck pulled to the streamMo o let goStopped up the springs, turned streams dryHold the waaKa-hoo-kane- place of sharp turns, steep banks, great stonesWedged the stone fastNow known as The canoe of the dragon godE ola koa Live like a koa tree

Ke-au-houKa-ppala Ahupuaa, home of Kilauea, abode of the goddess PeleThe Charpentiera shrubKe-au-hou an ili in the ahupuaa of KapapalaAu period of time, era, cycle; current or flow, movement, motion, weatherHou new, fresh, again, to push, perspiration

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