5 edition of The Wind Gourd of La"Amaomao found in the catalog.
by Kalamaku Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||144|
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Wind name Ahupua‘a: Land division usually extending from the uplands to the sea.!!!!! KAHO‘OLAWE MAUI Nā Makani o Maui-nui-a-Kama: Wind Names of Maui, from Moses Kuaea Nakuina’s The Wind Gourd of La‘amaomao Updated: 1/23/ Honolua Māhinahina Kā‘anapali Ukumehame Olowalu Lahaina Keka‘ a Waihe‘e Kahakuloa Kanaloa Keālia File Size: 1MB. Tahitian Wind Compass (Finney & Low, , p. ) Other Oceanic peoples (including Hawaiians) employed wind gourds. In the Cook Islands, such a wind gourd might have holes drilled around its perimeter, representing the rua matangi (i.e., wind pits) through which .
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The Wind Gourd of La‘amaomao is a translation of Moolelo Hawaii o Pakaa a me Ku-a-Pakaa, na Kahu Iwikuamoo o Keawenuiaumi, ke Alii o Hawaii, a o na Moopuna hoi a Laamaomao (“The Hawaiian Story of Pakaa and Ku-a-Pakaa, the Personal Attendants of Keawenuiaumi, the Chief of Hawaii, and the Descendants of Laamaomao”), a traditional legend collected from various sources, edited, and.
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Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The classic Hawaiian story about a mistreated attendant /5. The Wind Gourd of La 'amaomao enables the reader to understand important values of pre-contact Hawai'i, such as the role played by the ideal attendant of an ali'i, which was characterized by a caring attitude both towards the lord as well as towards the maka'ainana, the commoners, and which included expertise in a variety of useful skills, such Brand: CreateSpace Publishing.
Buy The Wind Gourd of Laamaomao by Moses Kuaea Nakuina online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ This book is an excellent reference for anyone interested in Hawaiian history, especially from the Hawaiian perspective.
There are hundreds of wind names on /around all islands and the memory of many names has been lost. 'The Wind Gourd of La'amaomao' is a wonderful help in preserving the memory of some of the The Wind Gourd of LaAmaomao book.
The Wind Gourd of Laamaomao | Excerpts from a review by Niklaus R. Schweizer, University of Hawai'i ("The Hawaiian Journal of History," ): Moses Kuaea Nakuina's "The Wind Gourd of La 'amaomao" belongs to the books and newspaper articles published by Hawaiian intelligentsia, who was astonishingly productive in the latter part of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries.
The Wind Gourd of Laamaomao. By Moses Kuaea Nakuina The Wind Gourd of Laamaomao By Moses Kuaea Nakuina Excerpts from a review by Niklaus R. Schweizer, University of Hawai'i ("The Hawaiian Journal of History," ): Moses Kuaea Nakuina's "The Wind Gourd of La 'amaomao" belongs to the books and newspaper.
Esther Mookini and Sarah Nakoa are to be congratulated for having rescued from oblivion the delightful tale of Moolelo Hawaii o Pakaa a me Ku-a-Pakaa, na Kahu Iwikuamoo o Keawenuiaumi, ke Alii o Hawaii, a o na Moopuna hoi a Laamaomao (c. ), concisely rendered into English as The Wind Gourd of La ' saga of the 16th century heroes Ku-a-Nu'uanu, his son Paka'a, and Paka'a's son Ku.
Get this from a library. The wind gourd of Laʻamaomao: the Hawaiian story of Pākaʻa and Kūapākaʻa: personal attendants of Keawenuiaʻumi, ruling chief of Hawaii and descendants of Laʻamaomao.
[Moses K Nakuina; Esther T Mookini; Sarah Nākoa]. This is why Laʻamaomao was a female in the book "The Wind Gourd of Laʻamaomao" The wind gourd was the embodiment of this god.
Who is Lono. These are the three other Polynesian places with a male wind diety, like Laʻamaomao, and the name of the god in each place. What is Raʻa in the Society Islands, Raka in the Cook Islands, and. La'amaomao (Distant Sacredness) Hawaiian Wind Goddess Ancestor arrives from the West According to the Mo’olelo Hawaii o Pakaa a me Ku-a-Pakaa, na Kahu Iwikuamoo o Keawenuiaumi, ke Alii o Hawaii, a o na Moopuna hoi a Laamaomao (c.
), translated into English as The Wind Gourd of La 'amaomao (), all the winds of Hawaii were once contained in a supernatural gourd. Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times.
The Wind Gourd of La'amaomao The Hawaiian Story of Paka'a and Kuapaka'a (Hawaiiana) Revised edition by Moses Kuaea Nakuina. Published Ap by University of. The calabash (gourd) served as the intermediary between its keeper and the 32 winds that originate at the horizon, rua matangi (wind pits).
Pāka‘a inherited the wind gourd from his mother, La'amaomao, who was a descendant of the wind goddess bearing the same name. When chanting and removing the Tapa (bark cloth) from directional holes in the gourd, Pāka‘a could invite hundreds of.
(A calabash named the Wind Gourd of ‘Laamaomao is in the Bishop Museum.) There wereover names for the different winds and breezes that blow near and over theFile Size: 1MB. The wind gourd of La`amaomao. Paka`a – Part VI of a continuing series.
Though it belongs to the Bishop Museum, the wind gourd of La`amaomao, is currently hidden away at the Iolani Palace. Keawenuiaumi fails to listen to Kuapaka`a’s warning that there is a storm in the channel between Oahu and Molokai.
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This site is like a library, you could find million book here by using search box in the widget.BOOK REVIEWS story offering rare insights into pre-contact Hawai'i. Paka'a inherits from his mother, the beautiful La'amaomao of Kaua'i, the wind gourd, a family heirloom, handed down by her maternal grandmother of the same name, the wind goddess La'amaomao.
The gourd contains all the.Moses Kuaea Nakuina is the author of The Wind Gourd of La'amaomao ( avg rating, 15 ratings, 3 reviews, published ) and The Wind Gourd of Laamaoma /5.