Polynesian Submitted Names

These names are used on the various Polynesian islands of the Pacific.
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
AALONA m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Aaron.
AFA m Polynesian
Means "hurricane" in Polynesian.
AFU m Polynesian
Means "hot" in Polynesian.
'AHO'EITU m Polynesian
The god Eitumatupua climbed down from the sky on a great tree, and took a worm descendant, Ilaheva, as his wife. Returning to the sky, the god left the woman and her child, Ahoeitu, on the Earth.
AHOHAKO m Polynesian
Means "storm" in Polynesian.
AHOMANA m Polynesian
Means "thunder" in Polynesian.
AHULANI f Hawaiian
Means "sky alter" in Hawaiian, from the elements ahu, meaning "alter" and lani, meaning "sky, heaven".
AHUMERE f Tahitian
Derived from Tahitian ahu meaning "clothes, tapa cloth" and mere meaning "parental grief, grief of a parent".
AHUTIARE f Tahitian
From Tahitian ahu meaning "clothes, fabric, garment" and tiare meaning "flower, blossom".
AHUURA f & m Tahitian
Means "red dress" from the Tahitian phrase ʻahu ʻura ariʻi o te toʻo ao te rā meaning "royal red robe of the sunset".
'AILANA f Hawaiian
Means "loving" in Hawaiian.... [more]
AILANI f Hawaiian
Means "chief" in Hawaiian.
AILUK f Polynesian
Means "bring together" in Marshallese.
AIMATA m & f Tahitian
Combination of Tahitian ai "in possession of" and mata, derived from the word Matamua meaning "eldest sibling". This name was traditionally given to the firstborn child of a family.
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".
AISAKE m Fijian, Polynesian
Means "he laughs" in Polynesian.
AISI m Tongan, English (Australian)
Means "ice" in Tongan.
'AKA'AKA m & f Hawaiian
Means "laugh" or "to laugh" in Hawaiian.
AKAINA m Cook Islands Maori
Means "to singe" in Cook Islands Maori.
AKAITI f & m Cook Islands Maori
Derived from causative prefix aka- and iti meaning "little, small."
AKAMOETEIVI m Cook Islands Maori
Means "let the bones lie, make peace" in Cook Islands Maori.
AKATAUIRA m Cook Islands Maori
Means "to observe and mark", this is the name of a star important for its use in navigation.
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.
ALEXZADE m & f Polynesian
Alexzade is an Polynesian unisex name used primarily in Fiji and Samoa. It has no specific meaning, but can be inferred as spiritual.
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.
AMIRIA f Maori
Maori form of Amelia.
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.
ANEWA m Maori
Means "to fall" in Maori.
ANITELU m Polynesian
Means "masculine, manly".
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.
APIKAIRA f Maori
Maori form of Abigail.
ARAITI m & f Cook Islands Maori
Derived from aka meaning "sin, fault" and iti meaning "little, small."
ĀRAMA m Maori
Maori form of Adam.
ARIIHAU m Tahitian
Means "peaceful king" or "king of peace" from Tahitian ariʻi meaning "noble, aristocrat, king" combined with hau "concord, peace".
ARIITAIA m Tahitian
Means "respected king" in Tahitian; a combination of ari'i meaning "king" and taia meaning "respect, fear".
ARIITEA m Tahitian
Means "white king"; a combination of Tahitian ari'i "white" and téa "white, light, pale".
ARIKI m & f Maori
ARIO f Samoan
"Platinum"
ARNO m Polynesian
Means "wave" in Marshellese.
AROARII m Tahitian
Means "face king"; a combination of aro "face, forehead, sight" and ari'i "king".
ATEA m Maori
Atea is a deity in several Polynesian cultures.
ATONI m Maori
Maori form of Anthony.
ATONIO m Maori
Maori form of Anthony.
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.
AWA f Maori
Means "stream" in Maori.
BAL f & m Indian, Polynesian
Short form of names with "Bal" as prefix.
BETRA f Polynesian
Means "love" in Marshallese.
BUJEN f Polynesian
Means "promise" in Marshallese.
BURAT m Polynesian
from the polynesian island historical mythology. Burat is the almighty phallic symbolic god of fertility
DENGIILEI f Polynesian
Means "top of a sail" in Palauan.
DERUMK m Polynesian
Means "thunder" in Palauan.
'EHUKAI m Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "seaspray" in Hawaiian.
EKIKA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Edith.
ELENOLA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Eleanor.
ELIKA m Hawaiian
Elika is the Hawaiian version of the name Eric.
EMERE f Maori
Maori form of Emily.
ENOKA m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Enoch or Enos.
ERITA f Tahitian
Means "royal coconut" in Tahitian.
ERUERA m Maori
Maori form of Edward.
ETANA m Maori
Maori form of Ethan.
ETERA m Maori
Maori form of Ezra.
ETEROA m Tahitian
Means "Rūrutu" (an island in the Austral archipelago) in Tahitian, derived from Eteroa, the former name of the island.
ETETIERA m Tahitian
Tahitian form of Ezechiel (see Ezekiel).
ʻEWALANI f Hawaiian
Means "heavenly Eve", from Ewa, the Hawaiian form of Eve, combined with Hawaiian lani "heaven, sky".
FARA m Tahitian
Means "screwpine" (also called pandanus; a type of plant and fruit) in Tahitian.
FETIA f Polynesian, Tahitian
Means "star" in Tahitian.
FUIFUI m Polynesian
Tongan meaning "love love", to indicate "greatly loved". A famous namesake is Tongan-born international rugby league footballer Fuifui Moimoi.
HA'AHEO f & m Hawaiian
Means "cherished with pride" in Hawaiian.
HAIMONA m Maori
Maori form of Simon.
HAKARAIA m Maori
Maori form of Zechariah.
HAKOPA m Maori
Maori form of Jacob.
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.
HĀMIORA m Maori
Maori form of Samuel.
HĀMUERA m Maori
Maori form of Samuel.
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.
HĀRATA f Maori
Maori form of Charlotte.
HARERUIA m & f Maori
Maori form of Hallelujah.
HĀRIATA f Maori
Maori form of Harriet.
HAUMANAVA m & f Tahitian
Combination of Tahitian hau meaning "peace" and manava meaning "welcome".
HAUNUI m Tahitian
Means "great peace" from Tahitian hau meaning "peace, concord" and nui meaning "great, big".
HAU'OLI m & f Hawaiian
Means "happiness" in Hawaiian.
HAWAIKI f Tahitian
Derived from Proto-Polynesian Sawaiki meaning "Ra'iātea", referring to the island of which the Polynesian peoples originated from. Today, Ra'iātea is the second largest island in French Polynesia.
HAWEA f Hawaiian
Possibly taken from hāwea, the name of a mythical drum brought from Tahiti.
HAYCH m Samoan
is a nickname from samoa
HEALANI f Hawaiian
The usage of the name is likely inspired by Queen Emma Healani of Hawaii.
HEEPUENUI f Tahitian
Means "to lie in a cloudless sky"; from Tahitian heepuenui.
HEIARII m & f Tahitian
Means "crown king, royal crown" in Tahitian; derived from ari'i meaning "king".
HEIATA m & f Tahitian
Means "cloud crown" in Tahitian; a combination of ata "cloud" and hei "crown".
HEILANI f Tahitian
Combination of Tahitian hei meaning "crown" and Hawaiian lani meaning "sky, heaven, royal, majesty".
HEIMANA f & m Tahitian
From Polynesian meaning "powerful crown moving the sky".
HEIMANU f & m Tahitian
Means "bird crown" or "crown of the bird"; a combination of hei "crown" and manu "bird".
HEIMOANA m Tahitian
Means "crown of the ocean"; a combination of hei "crown" and moana "ocean".
HEINERE m Tahitian
Tahitian form of Henri (see Henry).
HEIURA f Tahitian
Means either "crown of feathers" or "crown of fire" depending on the pronunciation.
HEKILI m & f Hawaiian
Means "thunder" in Hawaiian. Apparently in the past, Herman was sometimes used as its Anglicized form.
HĒNARE m Maori
Maori form of Henry.
HĒNI f Maori
Maori form of Jane.
HEREHAU m & f Tahitian
Means "love of peace" in Tahitian; a combination of here "love" and hau "peace".
HEREMAIA m Maori
Maori form of Jeremiah.
HEREMANA m Tahitian
Means "power of love" in Tahitian.
HEREMANU m Tahitian
Means "bird of love"; a combination of here "love" and manu "bird".
HEREWINI m Maori
Maori form of Selwyn.
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.
HIMENE f Maori
Means "melody" in Maori.
HIMIONA m Maori
Maori form of Simeon.
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."
HINATEA f Tahitian
Means "great white granddaughter admired by goddesses" in Tahitian.
HINEKOA f Maori
Means "happy girl" in Maori.
HIRO m Polynesian Mythology, Tahitian
Meaning unknown. Hiro was a demigod in Polynesian mythology.
HIRUWHETA m Maori
Maori form of Sylvester.
HIWAHIWA f Hawaiian (Modern, Rare)
Means "precious" in Hawaiian.
HOANA f Maori
Maori form of Joan and Joanna.
HOANI m Maori
Maori form of John.
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.
HONE m Maori
Maori form of John.
HŌNORE m & f Maori
New Zealand Maori.... [more]
HO'OKANO m Hawaiian
Meaning "proud."
HO'ONANI m & f Hawaiian
Meaning "adornment."
HO'OPI'I m Hawaiian
Means "ascent" in Hawaiian.
HORI m Maori
Maori form of George.
HUALANI f & m Hawaiian
Meaning "heavenly fruit."
HÛ'EU m Hawaiian
Meaning "mischievious."
HUKUPAPA f & m Maori (Rare)
Means "frost" in Maori.
HURIATA f & m Maori
Maori name meaning "Turn Morning" "Dawn" Or "Daylight". Huri means to 'turn' or 'change' and Ata means 'Morining'.
IEDEL f Polynesian
Means "mango" in Palauan.
ĪHĀIA m Maori
Maori form of Isaiah.
IHAKA m Maori
Maori form of Isaac.
IHIPERA f Maori
Maori form of Isabel and Isabella.
ILIHIA f Hawaiian (Rare)
From the word referring to reverence, meaning "stricken with awe."
ILIMA m & f Hawaiian
Flower of O'ahu... [more]
INA m & f Polynesian, Chamorro
Derived from Chamarro ina "to illuminate, to light up."
INAKIKA f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Ingrid.
ININA f Polynesian, Chamorro, Chuukese
Means "glimmer, a faint intermittent light", from the Polynesian, Chamorro and Chuukese word ininä; ina.
IOKE m & f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Joyce.
IOKEPA m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Joseph.
IOLANI f Hawaiian
Means "exalted hawk" in Hawaiian.
IOSEFO m Polynesian
Samoan form of Joseph.
IRIHĀPETI f Maori
Maori form of Elizabeth.
ISA f Polynesian, Chamorro
A female Chamorro name, either derived from the noun isa meaning "rainbow", or possibly derived from the verb meaning "to flatter" or the transitive verb meaning "to rise, to haul up".
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.
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."