Hawaiian Submitted Names

Hawaiian names are used by the indigenous people of Hawaii.
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AALONA m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Aaron.
AHULANI f Hawaiian
Means "sky alter" in Hawaiian, from the elements ahu, meaning "alter" and lani, meaning "sky, heaven".
'AILANA f Hawaiian
Means "loving" in Hawaiian.... [more]
AILANI f Hawaiian
Means "chief" in Hawaiian.
AINALANI f Hawaiian (?)
Means "heavenly land" in Hawaiian, from the elements aina "land", and lani "sky, heaven".
AINANANI f Hawaiian (?)
Means "beautiful land" in Hawaiian, from the elements aina, meaning "land" and nani, meaning "beauty".
'AKA'AKA m & f Hawaiian
Means "laugh" or "to laugh" in Hawaiian.
AKEAKAMAI m Hawaiian (Rare)
Meaning "yearning for wisdom," "philosophy," or "lover (ake) of wisdom (akamai)".
AKELA f & m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Adele or Asher.
AKIKONU m Hawaiian (Rare)
Hawaiian form of Addison.
ALAKA'I m Hawaiian
Means "leader" in Hawaiian.
ALAMEA f Hawaiian (Rare)
From Hawaiian ʻalamea meaning "precious".
'ALANI f Hawaiian
Meaning 'orange tree' or 'orange fruit.'
ALANI f Hawaiian
Means "orange", referring both to the fruit, the tree, and the color.
ALAPA'I m Hawaiian
Diminutive of Alapaʻinuiakauaua, a king of Hawaiʻi island in ancient Hawaii.
ALAPAʻINUIAKAUAUA m Hawaiian
King of Hawai'i island in ancient Hawai'i.
ALAULA f Hawaiian (Rare), English (Modern, Rare)
Means "light of the early dawn" or "sunset glow" in Hawaiian, literally "flaming road" from Hawaiian ala "path, road" and ula "flame".
ALEALANI f & m Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "the sweet voice of the heavens", from the Hawaiian 'ale'a, meaning "sweet voiced" and lani, meaning "heaven, sky, royal, majesty".
ALEKONA f Hawaiian (?), American (Modern, Rare)
Hypothetical Hawaiian form of Alison.
ALI'I f & m Hawaiian
Means "chief, royal" in Hawaiian.
ALIʻIKOA m Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "brave king" or "warrior king," from aliʻi meaning "chief, officer, ruler, monarch, peer, headman, king, commander" and koa meaning "soldier, warrior, fighter."
ALI'ILOA m Hawaiian
Said to mean both "distant chief" and "high chief" in Hawaiian.
ALIKA m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Alex.
ALOHA f & m Hawaiian (Rare), American
Short form of Kealoha and other Hawaiian names containing aloha meaning "love" or otherwise derived directly from the word.
ʻALOHI f & m Hawaiian
Means "shine, shining" in Hawaiian. Is a diminutive of Alohilani, Alohilohi, and Ke'alohi.
ʻALOHILANI f Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "heavenly brightness" from Hawaiian alohi "shine" and lani "heaven, sky". In Hawaiian myth this was the name of a heavenly land.
ALOLA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Aurora.
AMOE f Hawaiian, Chinese (Cantonese)
Hawaiian form of the Cantonese Amoy (Ah Mooi), meaning "younger sister.'
ANAKALIA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Andrea.
ANALEʻA f Hawaiian, History
Meaning uncertain. It was borne by Hawaiian chiefess Analeʻa Keohokālole (1816-1869), the mother of Queen Liliʻuokalani.
ʻĀNELA f Hawaiian
Name from the Hawaiian word ʻānela meaning “angel”. Can also be interpreted as an equivalent of the English given name Angela.
ĀNUENUE f & m Hawaiian
Means "rainbow" in Hawaiian.
ANUHEA f Hawaiian
Means "cool, soft fragrance," from anu meaning "cool(ness)" and hea meaning "mist".
AOLANI f Hawaiian (Rare)
Derived from Hawaiian ao "cloud" and lani "sky, heaven".
ʻAPIKAʻILA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Abigail.
ʻAUKAI m Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "seafarer" in Hawaiian, derived from the elements ʻau "travel" and kai "sea".
'AULANI f Hawaiian
Means "messenger of a chief" in Hawaiian.
'AULI'I f Hawaiian
Means "dainty, neat" in Hawaiian.
'EHUKAI m Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "seaspray" in Hawaiian.
ELENOLA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Eleanor.
ENOKA m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Enoch or Enos.
ʻEWALANI f Hawaiian
Means "heavenly Eve", from Ewa, the Hawaiian form of Eve, combined with Hawaiian lani "heaven, sky".
HA'AHEO f & m Hawaiian
Means "cherished with pride" in Hawaiian.
HALAKI f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Charlotte.
HALANI f Hawaiian
Means "breath of heaven" in Hawaiian.
HALEAKALĀ f Hawaiian
Means "house of the sun" in Hawaiian. Its usage was likely inspired by the crater of the same name in Maui.
HALI f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Holly.
HALI'A f Hawaiian
Means "fond remembrance" in Hawaiian.
HALONA f Hawaiian
Means "peering; place from which to peer, place to peer at, lookout" in Hawaiian.
HANA f Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "work" in Hawaiian.
HANALEI f & m Hawaiian
Means "crescent bay" from Hawaiian hana "bay" and lei. It is sometimes used as the Hawaiian form of Henry.
HANOHANO m Hawaiian
Means "glorious" in Hawaiian.
HAU'OLI m & f Hawaiian
Means "happiness" in Hawaiian.
HAWEA f Hawaiian
Possibly taken from hāwea, the name of a mythical drum brought from Tahiti.
HEALANI f Hawaiian
The usage of the name is likely inspired by Queen Emma Healani of Hawaii.
HEKILI m & f Hawaiian
Means "thunder" in Hawaiian. Apparently in the past, Herman was sometimes used as its Anglicized form.
HIAPO m & f Hawaiian
Means "first born" in Hawaiian.
HIʻIAKA f Hawaiian, Polynesian Mythology
Derived from Hawaiian hiʻi meaning "hold, carry" and aka "essence, embryo". 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)
Means "child carried in the arms" from Hawaiian hiʻi "carry in the arms" and lei "wreath" (by extension "child", carried on the shoulders like a lei).
HILINA'I m & f Hawaiian
Means "trust" in Hawaiian.
HINA f & m Hawaiian (Rare), Tahitian
Meaning "grey, prostrate."
HĪNANO m & f Hawaiian (Rare), Tahitian
This name means either "(male) pandanus flower" or "(male) pandanus blossom."
HIWAHIWA f Hawaiian (Modern, Rare)
Means "precious" in Hawaiian.
HOKU f & m Hawaiian
Possibly derived from Hawaiian hoku "night of the full moon".
HOKULE'A f & m Hawaiian, Astronomy
Hōkūleʻa is Hawaiian for “Star of Gladness” or “Clear Star”. The western name of this star is Arcturus. Hōkūleʻa is the brightest in the northern hemisphere and it is Hawaii’s zenith star... [more]
HŌKŪOKALANI f & m Hawaiian
Means "star of the heavens" in Hawaiian.
HO'OKANO m Hawaiian
Meaning "proud."
HO'ONANI m & f Hawaiian
Meaning "adornment."
HO'OPI'I m Hawaiian
Means "ascent" in Hawaiian.
HUALANI f & m Hawaiian
Meaning "heavenly fruit."
HÛ'EU m Hawaiian
Meaning "mischievious."
ILIHIA f Hawaiian (Rare)
From the word referring to reverence, meaning "stricken with awe."
ILIMA m & f Hawaiian
Flower of O'ahu... [more]
INAKIKA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Ingrid.
IOKE m & f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Joyce.
IOKEPA m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Joseph.
IOLANI f Hawaiian
Means "exalted hawk" in Hawaiian.
IUKEKINI m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Justin.
IUNE f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of June.
'IWALANI f Hawaiian
This name means "heavenly frigate bird" or "heavenly man-of-war bird" from 'iwa meaning "frigate bird, man-of-war bird" and lani meaning "sky, heaven, heavenly, spiritual."
KAʻANĀʻANĀ f & m Hawaiian (Archaic)
Hawaiian feminine name derived from ka meaning "the" and ʻanāʻanā meaning "black magic". This name is rarely used in modern times.
KAʻAUKAI m & f Hawaiian
Means "the seafarer" in Hawaiian.
KAʻEHU m & f Hawaiian
Hawaiian name with the combination of ka "the" and ʻehu "sea spray; reddish hair".
KAʻENA f & m Hawaiian
Combination of ka "the" and ʻena "heat". Also a short form of compound names beginning thus.
KĀʻEO m Hawaiian
From the word meaning "full of knowledge" or "zealous."
KAHALAOMĀPUANA f Polynesian Mythology, Hawaiian (Rare)
A minor goddess, the fifth Maile sister. Combintion of ka "the", hala "pandanus", o "of" and māpuana "wafted fragrance".
KAHALE m Hawaiian
Means "home" in Hawaiian.
KAHALEOHULEHUA f Hawaiian
The house decorated with Lehua blossoms.
KAHANANUI m & f Hawaiian
Meaning "the great work, the hard job". From Hawaiian ka "the", hana "work" and nui "big".
KĀHEALANI f Hawaiian
Means "heavenly name" or "greet the sky," from kāhea meaning "to call, cry out, invoke, greet, name" and lani meaning "sky, heaven, heavenly, spiritual, royal, exalted, noble, aristocratic."
KAHEKILI m & f Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "the thunder" in Hawaiian, from definite article ka and hekili "thunder". It's also used for females, though it's unclear if the etymology for Kahekili, as a feminine name, is different to the meaning given here or not.... [more]
KAHELE f & m Hawaiian
Means "the walk" or "the moving," from definite article ka and hele meaning "to go, come, walk, going, moving."
KAHELEHA m Hawaiian, Polynesian Mythology
A legendary chief from native Hawaiian mythology.
KAHIAU m & f Hawaiian (Rare)
From a rarely used word that refers to an action of giving generously with a heart and not expecting something in return.
KAHILI f & m Hawaiian, Popular Culture
From the name of Hawaiian feathered regalia used to symbolize the ali'i (nobility). It also coincides with the Hawaiian name of several plants, such as the crape myrtle (Lagerstroemia indica), the kahili ginger (Hedychium gardnerarium), and the red silky oak (Grevillea banksii)... [more]
KAHĪNANO m & f Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "the (male) pandanus flower," from definite article ka and hīnano meaning "male pandanus blossom."
KAHŌKŪ f & m Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "the star," from definite article ka and hōkū meaning "star."
KAHÔKÛOKALANI m Hawaiian
Means "heavenly star" in Hawaiian.
KAHUE m & f Hawaiian
Means "the gourd" or "the water calabash," from definite article ka and hue meaning "gourd, water calabash."
KAHULA f & m Hawaiian
Hawaiian name with the combination of ka meaning "the" + hula meaning "dance".
KAIEA m & f Hawaiian
Means "rising sea," from kai meaning "sea, sea water" and ea meaning "to rise, go up, raise."
KAIKAINA f Hawaiian
Name of character Kaikaina Grif, in Rooster Teeth Productions "Red vs Blue". She's the sister of main character Dexter Grif, and is called 'sister' throughout her appearances.
KAIKEA m Hawaiian
Means "clear sea," from kai meaning "sea, sea water" and kea meaning "white, clear."
KAIKOA m Hawaiian
Means "sea warrior," from kai meaning "sea, sea water" and koa meaning "soldier, warrior, fighter."
KAILANI f Hawaiian
From the Hawaiian kai meaning "sea" and lani meaning "sky, heavens"
KAILEʻA f Hawaiian
Means "joyful sea" or "sea of joy," from kai meaning "sea, sea water" and leʻa meaning "joy, pleasure, happiness."
KAILI f & m Hawaiian, Chinese
From the Polynesian/Hawaiian origin, Kaili is the name of a Hawaiian deity, Kukailimoku. In Chinese, the name means "beautiful" and "victorious".
KAʻIMIPONO m Hawaiian
Means "the search for prosperity" or "the one who seeks to prosper," from definite article ka, ʻimi meaning "to look, hunt, search, seek" and pono meaning "goodness, morality, excellence, well-being, prosperity."
KAINALU m Hawaiian
Means "sea wave," from kai meaning "sea, sea water" and nalu meaning "wave, surf."
KAINANI f Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "beautiful sea," "glorious sea" or "sea of splendour," from kai meaning "sea, sea water" and nani meaning "beauty, glory, splendour."
KAINOA m & f Hawaiian
This name can mean "sea of freedom," which would derive from kai meaning "sea, sea water" and noa meaning "freedom," or "the namesake," which would derive from ka, which is a definite article, and inoa meaning "name(sake)."
KAʻIULANI f Hawaiian
Means "the sacred sky," "the sacred heaven," "the sacred, heavenly one" or "the royal, sacred one," from definite article ka, ʻiu meaning "lofty, sacred, revered, consecrated" and lani meaning "sky, heaven, heavenly, spiritual, royal, exalted, noble, aristocratic."... [more]
KAIWI m & f Hawaiian
Hawaiian unisex name meaning "the bone", a symbol of life and old age.
KAKIE f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Sadie.
KALAESAKEMI f Hawaiian, Japanese
Hawaiian\Japanese... [more]
KALĀHIKIOLA f & m Hawaiian
Hawaiian unisex name meaning "the life-giving sun".
KALAʻI m & f Hawaiian
Means "the peace," "the stillness" or "the tranquility," from definite article ka, and laʻi meaning "calm, stillness, peace, tranquility."
KALAKI f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Charlotte.
KALALA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Claire.
KALALEA m & f Hawaiian
Means "prominent, distinct, something that sticks up" in Hawaiian.... [more]
KALAMA m & f Hawaiian
Means "the endemic ebony (diospyros)" or "the torch," from definite article ka and lama meaning "torch, endemic ebony (diospyros)."... [more]
KALAMELA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Carmen.
KALANA f Hawaiian
Means "The heavens; the sky". A form of Kalani.
KALANIE f Hawaiian
Variant of Kalani.
KALAUOKALANI f & m Hawaiian
In ancient Hawaii, used to describe heavenly abundance. Literal meaning: "the leaf of the heavens" from Hawaiian ka "the" lau "leaf" o "of" ka "the" and lani "heaven, sky, royal, majesty".
KALAWAIʻA m & f Hawaiian
From Hawaiian ka "the" and lawaiʻa "fisherman".
KALEHUA f & m Hawaiian
Means "the ʻōhiʻa (flower)," from definite article ka and lehua, which refers to the flower of the ʻōhiʻa tree and also the tree itself.
KALEI m & f Hawaiian
Means "the garland" in Hawaiian, from the Hawaiian words ka "the" and lei "garland".
KALEIKAUMAKA m & f Hawaiian (Modern, Rare)
Hawaiian name elements meaning ka “the”, lei “lei”, kau “place”, maka “eye” meaning "the beloved child to be looked upon with love and pride".
KALEIOKALANI m & f Hawaiian
Means "the garland of the heavens" in Hawaiian.
KALEOIKAIKA m & f Hawaiian
Means "the mighty voice" in Hawaiian.
KALEOIKAIKAOKALANI m Hawaiian
Means "the mighty voice of heaven" in Hawaiian
KALEOLANI m & f Hawaiian
Means "the heavenly voice" from Hawaiian ka "the" and leo "sound, voice" (see Kaleo) combined with lani "heaven, sky".
KALIA f Hawaiian
Means "the flower wreath, the beloved" in Hawaiian.
KALIKO f & m Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "the leaf bud" or "the newly opened leaf," from definite article ka and liko meaning "leaf bud, newly opened leaf."
KALILI f Hawaiian
A Hawaiian feminine name derived from the name of a species of native violet.
KALOE f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Chloe.
KALOLAINA f Hawaiian, Fijian
Hawaiian and Fijian adoption of Carolina.
KAMAEHU m Hawaiian
From the word meaning "strength, energy, firmness of resolution, fixedness of purpose."
KAMAHAʻO m Hawaiian
From the word meaning "wonderful, astonishing, marvelous."
KAMAILE f & m Hawaiian
Means "the maile," from definite article ka and maile, a type of vine native to Hawaii that is used mainly to make leis.
KAMAKA f & m Hawaiian
Derived from Hawaiian ka "the" and maka meaning "eye", "bud" or "beloved one, child", also a short form of compound given names beginning thus. This name was popular in Hawaii from 1900-1939.
KAMAKANA m Hawaiian
Means "the gift" or "the reward," from definite article ka and makana meaning "gift, present, reward, award, donation, prize."
KAMAKANI m & f Hawaiian
Means "the wind," from definite article ka and makani meaning "wind, breeze."
KAMALEI f & m Hawaiian
Means "lei child" or "lei person," from kama meaning "child, person" and lei meaning "lei, garland, wreath."
KAMANI m & f English (American), Hawaiian
From the surname “Kamani”.
KAMEA f Hawaiian
Means "the one," from definite article ka and mea, which refers to a thing, person, matter or object.
KAMEAʻIʻOMAKAMAE m & f Hawaiian
Hawaiian unisex name meaning "the truly precious thing".
KAMEĀLOHA f & m Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "the beloved one," "the affectionate one" or "the compassionate one," from definite article ka, mea, which refers to a thing, person, matter or object, and aloha meaning "love, affection, compassion."
KAMEHAMEHA m Hawaiian
Means "The quiet one". Kamehameha the great (Full name: Kalani Paiʻea Wohi o Kaleikini Kealiʻikui Kamehameha o ʻIolani i Kaiwikapu kauʻi Ka Liholiho Kūnuiākea) was the founder and first King of the Kingdom of Hawaii.
KAMUELA m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Samuel.
KANA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of HANNAH
KANAʻI m Hawaiian
Means "the conqueror," from definite article ka and naʻi meaning "conqueror."
KANALEI f Hawaiian
Means "Kana's flower" from Kana, a Maui demigod + lei, flower; or "beautiful flower" from Kanani, the beauty + lei, flower.
KANALOA m Hawaiian, Polynesian Mythology
The god of the ocean in Hawaiian mythology.
KANIELA m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Daniel.
KANIKE f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Janice.
KANOA m & f Hawaiian
Means "the free one," from definite article ka and noa meaning "freedom."
KANOELANI f Hawaiian
Means "the heavenly mist" or "the spiritual mist," from definite article ka, noe meaning "mist, fog, vapour, rain spray" and lani meaning "sky, heaven, heavenly, spiritual, royal, exalted, noble, aristocratic."
KAONA f Hawaiian
Kaona is a Hawaiian word referring to the hidden meaning of a word or phrase
KAPELIELA m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Gabriel.
KAUANE f Hawaiian
Kauane could be a variant of the Hawaiian name Kauana meaning "guardian of secrets" in Hawaiian.
KAʻUHANE f & m Hawaiian
Derived from Hawaiian ka meaning "the" and 'uhane meaning "soul, spirit".
KAUHANE f & m Hawaiian (Archaic)
Old orthography form of Kaʻuhane.
KAULANA m & f Hawaiian
From the word meaning "famous, celebrated, renowned, well-known."
KAWAI m & f Hawaiian
Means "the water," from definite article ka and wai meaning "water."
KAWAIOLA f & m Hawaiian
Means "the water of life" from Hawaiian ka "the" combined with wai "(fresh) water" and ola "life" (compare Waiola).
KAWENA f & m Hawaiian
Means "the glow" or "the glowing one," from definite article ka and wena meaning "glow."
KĀWIKA m Hawaiian
Vernacular form of Dāvida, the form of David used in the Hawaiian Bible. This was the Hawaiian pronunciation of the name of King David Kalākaua (1836-1891), the last reigning king of Hawaiʻi.
KEAKA m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Jack.
KEAKAOKALANI m Hawaiian
Hawaiian masculine name meaning "the heavenly shadow".
KE'ALA m & f Hawaiian
Popular name in Hawaii in 1940-1969.... [more]
KEALALAINA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Caroline.
KEALANI f & m Hawaiian
Means "clear heaven," from kea meaning "white, clear" and lani meaning "sky, heaven(ly), spiritual, royal, exalted, noble, aristocratic."
KEALAONALANI f & m Hawaiian
Presumably means "the path to the heavens" from Keala "the path" and Nalani "the heavens".
KEALIʻI m Hawaiian
Means "the chief," "the ruler," "the monarch," "the king" or "the commander," from definite article ke and aliʻi which means "chief, officer, ruler, monarch, peer, headman, aristocrat, king, commander."... [more]
KEALIʻIʻAUKAI m & f Hawaiian
Hawaiian unisex name meaning "The sea-faring chief".
KEALI'I O'KA'EHUKAI f Hawaiian
Means "ruler of the ocean sprays" in Hawaiian.
KEALOHAPAUʻOLE f Hawaiian
Hawaiian feminine name meaning "the love neverending".
KEʻALOHILANI f & m Hawaiian
Means "the heavenly brightness" or "the bright sky," from definite article ke, ʻalohi meaning "bright, brilliant, glitter, sparkle" and lani meaning "sky, heaven, heavenly, spiritual, royal, exalted, noble, aristocratic."
KEANI f & m Hawaiian
Variant of Keanu.
KEĀNUENUEOKALANI f Hawaiian
Means "the rainbow of the sky" in Hawaiian.
KEAO f & m Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "the light," "the day," "the daylight," "the dawn" or "the cloud," from definite article ke and ao which means "light, day, daylight, dawn, cloud."
KEAWE m & f Hawaiian
Means "the strand" or "the wake of a ship," from definite article ke and awe meaning "strand, thread, wake of a ship."
KEEMO m Hawaiian
Variant of Kimo.
KĒHAU f & m Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "dew, mist, dewdrop."
KEHAULANI f Hawaiian
From Hawaiian kēhau "dew, dewdrop" and lani "heaven, sky". This was one of the top 100 girls' names in Hawaii in 1997.
KEHLANI f Hawaiian
Variant of Kailani. It has been popularized by American singer Kehlani Parrish (1995-), who is known simply as Kehlani.
KEIKILANI f Hawaiian
Means "heavenly child" or "royal child" from Hawaiian keiki "child" and lani "heaven, sky". This name was popular in Hawaii from 2000-2005.
KEILANI f Hawaiian
Means "glorious sky" or "glorious heaven," from kei meaning "dignified, proud, glorious" and lani meaning "sky, heaven, heavenly, spiritual, royal, exalted, noble, aristocratic."
KEKAI m Hawaiian
Means "the sea," from definite article ke and kai meaning "sea, sea water."
KEKAPUHILIHINAPOHULANI f & m Hawaiian
The winding pathway to Heaven.
KEKINO m Hawaiian
Means "strength" in Hawaiian.
KELE m Hawaiian
Meaning Jerry in Hawaiian...
KELEKA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian adoption of Theresa.
KELEKOLIO m Hawaiian (Rare)
Hawaiian form of Gregory.
KELI'I m Hawaiian
Means "chief" in Hawaiian.
KELUPAINA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Tryphena.
KEO m & f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Joe.
KEOKI m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of George.
KEOLA m Hawaiian
From the Hawaiian definite article ke "the" and ola "life, health". It was one of the 100 most popular names given to boys in Hawaii in the years 1974, 1978-1979, and 1981.
KEONA m & f Hawaiian, African American
Means "the attractive" in Hawaiian. Also a short form of other names beginning with Keona, such as Keonaona.
KEONAONA f & m Hawaiian
Means "the soft fragrance," "the soft perfume" or "the aroma," from definite article ke and onaona meaning "soft fragrance/perfume, aroma."
KEPANO m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Stephen.
KEWINA m Hawaiian (Rare)
Hawaiian form of Kevin.
KIAKONA m Hawaiian
Hawaiian for "pillar of Kona". Kona is the name of a star.
KIALO m Hawaiian
Native Hawaiian word meaning, "A digging out." or used to describe "To reach after, as in drawing something to one." sometimes used as a given name.
KIALOA f & m Hawaiian
A Native Hawaiian word describing a type of long, light, and finished canoe which evolved as slang to refer to a tall, beautiful woman...sometimes used as a given name.
KIAWE m Hawaiian (Modern, Rare)
From the Hawaiian common name of Prosopis pallida, a species of mesquite tree.
KIELE f Hawaiian
Means "gardenia" in Hawaiian.
KIKILIA f Hawaiian (Rare)
Hawaiian form of Cecilia.
KILIA f Hawaiian
Means “heaven” in Hawaiian.
KILIKOPELA m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Christopher.
KILINOE f Hawaiian (Rare)
From kili meaning "raindrops, fine rain" and noe meaning "mist, fog, vapour, rain spray."
KINA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Gina or Tina.
KINI f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Cindy.
KOALIʻI m Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "chiefly warrior" or "ruling warrior," from koa meaning "soldier, warrior, fighter" and liʻi, shortened from aliʻi meaning "chief, officer, ruler, monarch, peer, headman, aristocrat, king, commander."
KOAMALU m Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "brave strength," from koa meaning "brave, bold, fearless, valiant" and malu meaning "shelter, protection, peace, control, strength."
KŌLEKA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Dorothy.
KOLOMONA m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Solomon.
KOMINIKO m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Dominic.
KONA f & m Hawaiian
Hawaiian name meaning Lady. Also a lovely village in Hawaii where Iron Man Hawaii is held. Many well known products are named after the village such as Kona Coffee and Kona mountain bikes.
KONAKAI f Hawaiian
Unknown.
KOPAEA f Hawaiian (Rare)
Hawaiian form of Sophia.
KOPAKA m Hawaiian, Popular Culture
Kopaka was the Toa Mata of Ice on the island of Mata Nui, and deputy commander of the Toa Mata. Later, he became the Toa Nuva of ice. ( From the series BIONICLE by Greg Farshtey )... [more]
KOPI f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Sophia.
m & f Hawaiian, Polynesian Mythology
From the word meaning "upright."... [more]
KŪHAʻO m Hawaiian (Rare)
From the word meaning "standing alone, indepedent."
KUILEI f Hawaiian
Hawaiian feminine name which can mean "the one who strings the lei" or "the one who brings or raises the child". It could also be taken from the name of some cliffs in Honolulu.
KULA f Hawaiian
Means "gold" in Hawaiian.
KUMULANI f Hawaiian
Hawaiian~
KUPA'A m Hawaiian
Means "steadfast" in Hawaiian.
KŪPONO m & f Hawaiian (Rare)
From the word meaning "honest, decent, appropriate, satisfactory, rightful, reliable, just, fair."
KU'UALOHA f Hawaiian
Means "my love" in Hawaiian, from ku'u, an affectionate way to say "mine", and aloha, meaning "love".
KU'UIPO f & m Hawaiian
Means "my sweetheart," from singular affectionate pronoun ku'u and ipo meaning "sweetheart, lover," the term used to express affection.
KUʻULEI f Hawaiian
Means "my child" from Hawaiian kuʻu "my" and lei "wreath" (by extension "child", carried on the shoulders like a lei). This name was popular in Hawaii between 1900-1939.
KUʻULEIALOHA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian name with the combination of kuʻu "my", lei "wreath; child" and aloha "love". Meaning "my beloved child".
KU’UMOMIMAKAMAE f Hawaiian
Means "my precious pearl" in Hawaiian.
LAʻAKEA m & f Hawaiian
Means "clear sacredness" or "clear holiness," from laʻa meaning "sacred, holy, devoted, consecrated, dedicated" and kea meaning "white, clear."
LAHELA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Rachel.
LAILA f Hawaiian
Means flower and heaven.
LAKA m & f Polynesian Mythology, Hawaiian (Rare)
From laka meaning "tame". This is the name of a goddess of the hula and a god of canoe makers, and a legendary hero.
LALELA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Laurel.
LANAKILA m & f Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "victory, triumph."
LANIAKEA f & m Hawaiian, Astronomy
The name Laniakea means "immeasurable heaven" in Hawaiian, from "lani" for 'heaven' and "akea" for 'spacious' or 'immeasurable'. Laniakea is the galaxy supercluster that is home to the Milky Way, the Solar System and Earth... [more]
LANIMELE f Hawaiian
Means "heavenly song" from Hawaiian lani "heaven, sky" and mele "song".
LAWAIʻA m Hawaiian (Rare)
From the word meaning "fisherman."
LEA f Hawaiian, Polynesian Mythology
Goddess of canoe builders; wife of Ku-moku-hali'i; sister of Hina-puku-'ai; she takes the form of an 'elepaio (a forest bird)
LEHIWA f Hawaiian (Rare)
From the word meaning "admirable, attractive."
LEHUANANI f Hawaiian
Means "beautiful ʻōhiʻa (flower)," from lehua, which refers to the flower of the ʻōhiʻa tree and also the tree itself, and nani meaning "beauty, glory, splendour."
LEIALOHA m & f Hawaiian
Means "beloved child" from Hawaiian lei "wreath" (by extension "child", carried on the shoulders like a lei) and aloha "love". This name was popular in Hawaii from 1900-1939.
LEIKEA f Hawaiian (?)
Means "white flowers", from Hawaiian lei and kea "white".
LEIKO f Hawaiian
Combination of "lei" and the Japanese suffix -ko meaning "child". This name was possibly invented by Hawaiians of mixed Japanese-Hawaiian ancestry. It is not used as a given name in Japan.
LEILA f Hawaiian
Combination of Lei and La. Lei meaning "flowers, lei, child" and La meaning "day".
LEINA'ALA f Hawaiian
Popular in Hawaii in 1900-1939.
LEINANI f Hawaiian
Means "beautiful child" from Hawaiian lei "wreath" (by extension "child", carried on the shoulders like a lei) and nani "beauty". This name was popular in Hawaii from 1900-1939.
LEKILEI f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Lesley.
LEKINALA m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Reginald.
LIAMA m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Liam.
LIKEKE m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Richard.
LIKO m Hawaiian
Means "bud" in Hawaiian.
LILIKOʻI f Hawaiian
From the word which refers to a passion fruit.
LILINOE f Hawaiian, Polynesian Mythology
From the word meaning "fine mist." A deity in Hawaiian mythology goes by this name, associated with Mauna Kea alongside Poliʻahu and Waiau.
LILI'UOKALANI f Hawaiian
Means "smarting of the high-born one". This name was borne by a Hawaiian monarch. She was named this because at the time of her birth, a relative was suffering from an eye pain.
LILO f Hawaiian
Means "generous" in Hawaiian. It was the name of a title character in Disney's 'Lilo and Stitch'.