updated: 12/22/2016

References

Most frequently cited non-Biblical
with # of citations
Neal (In Gardens of Hawaii) 588
For. (Fornander Collection...) 521
Gram. (Elbert & Pukui, Hawaiian Grammar) 401
FS (Elbert, Selections from Fornander's...) 273
Malo (Hawaiian Antiquities) 267
Kep. (Kepelino's Traditions of Hawaii) 247
HP (Handy, Hawaiian Planter) 206
And. (Andrews Dictionary) 202
Kam. (Kamakau's writings) 148
Kel. (Kelekona) 124
KL. (Beckwith: Kumuilipo) 96
AP (Andrews/Harper Dictionary) 95
PH (Emerson, Pele and Hiiaka) 86
Laie (Beckwith, Romance of Laieikawai) 77
UL (Emerson, Hula) 76
Nak. (Nakuina, Moolelo) 73
HM (Beckwith, Hawaiian Mythology) 61
GP (Green & Pukui, Legend of Kawelo) 36
Biblical

Author Index       Index to reference codes

AbbottAbbott, Isabella Aiona, and Eleanor Horswill Williamson., Limu: An Ethnobotonical Study of Some Edible hawaiian Seaweeds.Lawai, Hawaii: Pacific Tropical Botanical Garden.1974
AddlemanAddleman, William C., "History of the United States Army in Hawaii 1849–1939"Mimeographed. (Archives of Hawaii)n.d.
AdlerAdler, Jacob, "Elias Abraham Rosenberg, King Kalakauaʻs Soothsayer"The Hawaiian Journal of History 4:57n.1970
Akana-GoochAkana-Gooch, Collette L., "The Discrepancies between Hawaiian Antiquities and 'Ka Moolelo Hawaii'."Bernice P. Bishop Museum Library, Honolulu. Manuscript.1980
AlexanderAlexander, W.D., A Brief History of the Hawaiian PeopleA Brief History of the Hawaiian People. New York.1891
AlexanderAlexander, W.D., Hawaiian Geographic NamesHawaiian Geographic Names. U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, Appendix no. 7. Washington, D.C.1903
AlexanderAlexander, W.D., A Short Synopsis of the Most Essential Points in Hawaiian Grammar.Rutland, Vt.: Charles E. Tuttle Co. (First published in 1864.)1968. (1864).
AndradeAndrade, Ernest, Jr., Our Heritage, Commemorating the Seventy-fifth Anniversary of Central Union ChurchOur Heritage, Commemorating the Seventy-fifth Anniversary of Central Union Church. Honolulu: Published by the church.1962
And.Andrews, Lorrin, A Dictionary of the Hawaiian Language, to which is Appended an English-Hawaiian Vocabulary and a Chronological Table of Remarkable Events.Rutland, Vt.: Charles E. Tuttle Co. 1974; Waipahu, Hawaiʻi, Island Heritage 2003. (First published in 1865.)2003. (1865)
APAndrews, Lorrin, Dictionary of the Hawaiian Language.Revised by Henry H. Parker. Honolulu: Board of Commissioners of the Public Archives of the Territory of Hawaii.1922.
Barrère 1969Barrère, Dorothy B., The Kumuhonua Legends: A Study of Late 19th Century Hawaiian Stories of Creation and Origins.Honolulu: Pacific Anthropoligical Records no. 3, Department of Anthropology, Bernice P. Bishop Museum.1969.
Barrère 1980Barrère, Dorothy, Mary Kawena Pukui, and Marion Kelly, Hula: Historical Perspectives.Pacific Anthropological Records 30, Bishop Museum Press, Honolulu.1980.
BarthelBarthel, Thomas S., "Easter-Island Place-Names""Easter-Island Place-Names," Journal de la Société des Océanistes 18:100–107.1962
Beaglehole 1967Beaglehole, J. C., ed., The Voyage of the Resolution and Discovery, 1776–1780The Voyage of the Resolution and Discovery, 1776–1780. Part 2. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. (Published for the Hakluyt Society.)1967
HMBeckwith, Martha W., Hawaiian MythologyUniversity of Hawaii Press1970. (1940).
Kep.Beckwith, Martha W., ed.,, “Kepelino's Traditions of Hawaii.”Bernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin 95. Honolulu.1932.
KL.Beckwith, Martha W., ed.,, The Kumulipo: A Hawaiian Creation Chant.University of Chicago Press1951.
LaieBeckwith, Martha W., ed.,, The Hawaiian Romance of Laieikawai(by S. N. Haleole, 1862) with introduction and translation. Washington, D.C., Annual Report 1911-1912, Vol. XXXIII, Bureau of American Ethnology.
new edition: (1997,2001) 195pp. Hale Kuamoʻo, Hilo. ed: Hiapo K. Perreira. (numbers in square brackets are page numbers in this edition).
1919.
BeckwithBeckwith, Martha Warren, "The Hawaiian Romance of Laieikawai""The Hawaiian Romance of Laieikawai" [by S.N. Haleole, 1863], with introduction and translation. Bureau of American Ethnology Annual Report 33 (for 1911–1912), pp. 285–677. Washington, D.C.1919
BeckwithBeckwith, Martha Warren, Hawaiian MythologyHawaiian Mythology. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. (First published in 1940 by Yale University Press.)1970 [1940]
BeckwithBeckwith, Martha Warren, Kepelinoʻs Traditions of HawaiiKepelinoʻs Traditions of Hawaii. Bernice P. Museum Bulletin 95. Honolulu.1932
BenderBender, Byron Wilbur, "A Linguistic Analysis of the Place-Names of the Marshall Islands"A Linguistic Analysis of the Place-Names of the Marshall Islands." Ph.D. dissertation, Indiana University.1963
BlaisdellBlaisdell, Richard K., “Ka Lapaʻau Kahiko: Notions and Misnotions about Ancient Hawaiian Medicine.”Paper presented at the Hawaiian Historical Society membership meeting, Honolulu, March 18.1982.
BrighamBrigham, William T., Mat and Basket Weaving of the Ancient Hawaiians.Bernice P. Bishop Memoirs, vol. 2. Honolulu.1906.
BryanBryan, E.H., Jr., American Polynesia and the Hawaiian ChainAmerican Polynesia and the Hawaiian Chain. Honolulu: Tongg Publishing Co.1942
BryanBryan, E.H., Jr., Bryanʻs Sectional Maps of Honolulu, Rural Oahu, and the Hawaiian IslandsBryanʻs Sectional Maps of Honolulu, Rural Oahu, and the Hawaiian Islands. Honolulu.1970
BuffetBuffet, Guy and Pam, Nā Hana Wiwiʻole o KamapuaʻaNā Hana Wiwiʻole o Kamapuaʻa. Island Heritage Ltd. Norfolk Island, Australia.1972
Kam3Cachola, Jean Iwata, ʻO Kamehameha III: KauikeaouliHale Paʻi o nā Kula ʻo Kamehameha, Honolulu.2004
AnianiCarroll, Lewis, Ma Loko o ke Aniani Kū (Through the Looking Glass)translated by R. Keao NeSmith. Evertype, Ireland.2012
ʻĀlekaCarroll, Lewis, Nā Hana Kupanaha a ʻĀleka ma ka ʻĀina Kamahaʻo (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland)translated by R. Keao NeSmith. Evertype, Ireland.2012
ClarkClark, T. Blake, "Honoluluʻs Streets"Honoluluʻs Streets." Papers of the Hawaiian Historical Society, no. 20, pp. 4–25. Honolulu.1939
OOCleeland, Hōkūlani, ʻŌlelo ʻŌiwi: Hawaiian Language FundamentalsKamehameha Publishing, Honolulu.2006
CleghornCleghorn, A. S., Memorial Volume in Honor of H.R.H. Princess Miriam Likelike.1887.
ComeauComeau, Rosalin Uphus, ʻO Kamehameha V: Lot KapuāiwaHale Paʻi o nā Kula o Kamehameha, Honolulu.1997
CookCook, James, A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, Undertaken by the Command of His Majesty, for Making Discoveries in the Northern HemisphereA Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, Undertaken by the Command of His Majesty, for Making Discoveries in the Northern Hemisphere. Vol. 3. London.1785
CookeCooke, George P., Moolelo o Molokai, a Ranch Story of MolokaiMoolelo o Molokai, a Ranch Story of Molokai. Honolulu: Honolulu Star-Bulletin.1949
CoulterCoulter, John Wesley, A Gazetteer of the Territory of HawaiiA Gazetteer of the Territory of Hawaii. University of Hawaii Research Publications, no. 11. Honolulu.1935
CoxCox, J. Halley, with Edward Stasack, Hawaiian PetroglyphsHawaiian Petroglyphs. Bernice P. Bishop Museum Special Publication 60. Honolulu.1970
Cox and StasackCox, J. Halley, with Edward Stasack, Hawaiian PetroglyphsBernice P. Bishop Museum Special Publication 60. Honolulu.1970
DauzatDauzat, Albert, Les Noms de Lieux, Origine et Evolution, Villes et Villages, Pays, Cours dʻeau, Montagnes, LieuxditsLes Noms de Lieux, Origine et Evolution, Villes et Villages, Pays, Cours dʻeau, Montagnes, Lieuxdits. Paris: Librairie Delagrave. (First printed in 1926.)1957 [1926]
DawsDaws, Gavan, Shoal of Time, a History of the Hawaiian IslandsShoal of Time, a History of the Hawaiian Islands. New York: Macmillan Co.1968
DawsDaws, Gavan., Shoal of Time: A History of the Hawaiian Islands.Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii. (First published in 1968 by Macmillan Co., New York.)1974.
KUHde Silva, Kahikina, ed., Ka Ulu Hoi (newspaper)kauluhoi.org1999-
Department of Geography 1973Department of Geography, University of Hawaii, Atlas of Hawaii. HonoluluAtlas of Hawaii. Honolulu. The University Press of Hawaii.1973
DeshaDesha, Stephen Langhern, He Moʻolelo Kaʻao no Kekūhaupiʻo, ke koa kaulana o ke au o Kamehameha ka NuiHale Kuamoʻo - Kikowaena ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi. Hilo1996 (1920-24)
DickeyDickey, Lyle A., “String Figures from Hawaii, Including Some from New Hebrides and Gilbert Islands”Bernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin 54. Honolulu.1928.
Elbert-1962Elbert, Samuel H., “Symbolism in Hawaiian Poetry.”Etc.: A Review of General Semantics 18:389–400.1962.
SHElbert, Samuel H., Spoken Hawaiian.Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.1970.
EMElbert, Samuel H. and Noelani Mahoe, Nā Mele o Hawai\'i Nei - 101 Hawaiian SongsThe University Press of Hawaii. Honolulu1970.
Elbert-KnowltonElbert, Samuel H., and Edgar C. Knowlton, Jr., “ʻUkelele.”American Speech 32:307–310.1962.
Gram.Elbert, Samuel H., and Mary Kawena Pukui., Hawaiian Grammar.Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii.1979.  
FSElbert, Samuel H., ed., Selections from Fornander's Hawaiian Antiquities and Folk-lore.Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.1959.
EllisEllis, William., Narrative of a Tour through Owhyhee.2nd ed. London: H. Fisher, Son, and P. Jackson1827.
EmersonEmerson, J. [Joseph] S., “The Lesser Hawaiian Gods.”Hawaiian Historical Society Papers, no. 2.1892.
ULEmerson, N. [Nathaniel] B., Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songs of the Hula, Collected and Translated with Notes and and Account of the Hula.Rutland, Vt.: Charles E. Tuttle Co. (First published in 1909 as Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 38, Washington, D.C.)1965 (1909).
PHEmerson, N. [Nathaniel] B., Pele and Hiiaka, a Myth of Hawaii.With an introduction to the new edition by Terence Barrow. Rutland, Vt.: Charles E. Tuttle Co. (First published in 1915.)1978. (1915).
EmersonEmerson, Nathaniel B., Unwritten Literature of Hawaii: The Sacred Songsof the Hula, Collected and Translated with Notes and an Account of the Hula. Rutland, Vt.: Charles E. Tuttle Co. (First published in 1909 as Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 38, Washington, D.C.)1965
EmersonEmerson, Nathaniel B., Pele and Hiiaka, a Myth from HawaiiHonolulu: Honolulu Star-Bulletin.1915
EmoryEmory, Kenneth P., Archaeology of Nihoa and Necker IslandsBernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin 53. Honolulu.1928
EmoryEmory, Kenneth P., The Island of Lanai: a Survey of Native CultureBishop Museum Reprints. Honolulu. (First published in 1924 as Bernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin 12.)1969
Emory and SolehrenEmory, Kenneth P., and Lloyd J. Soehren, Archaeological and Historical Survey, Honokohau Area, North Kona, HawaiiRev. ed. Department of Anthropology report 61-61, Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu.1971
Emory and SoehrenEmory, Kenneth P., and Lloyd J. Soehren, Archaeological and Historical Survey, Honokohau Area, North Kona, HawaiuRev. ed. Department of Anthropology report 61-61, Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu.1971
Feher, Joesting and BushnellFeher, Joseph, Edward Joesting, and O.A. Bushnell, Hawaii, a Pictorial HistoryBernice P. Bishop Museum Special Publication 58. Honolulu.1969
FinneyFinney, Ben R., "Hawaiian Surfing, a Study of Cultural Change"Master of Arts thesis, University of Hawaii.1959a
FinneyFinney, Ben R., “Surfing in Ancient Hawaii.”Journal of the Polynesian Society 68:327–347.1959.
Finney-HoustonFinney, Ben R., and James D. Houston, Surfing: The Sport of Hawaiian KingsRutland, Vt.: Charles E. Tuttle Co.1966
Fornander 1969Fornander, Abraham, An Account of the Polynesian Race, its Origin and Migrations and the Ancient History of the Hawaiian People to the Times of Kamehameha IRutland, Vt.: Charles E. Tuttle Co. (First published in London in 1880.)1969
For.Fornander, Abraham., Fornander Collection of Hawaiian Antiquities and Folk-lore.Three volumes. Honolulu, Bishop Museum. Memoir vols. 4, 5 and 6.1917–1920.
LonoFornander, Abrahama, LonoikamakahikiFornander vol. 4, 256-363, Haw. and Eng. Hale Kuamoʻo 1996. 90 pp. (Haw)1916
Frankenstein and CarlsonFrankenstein, Alfred and Norman Carlson, Angels Over the Altar: Christian Folk Art in Hawaii and the South SeasHonolulu: University of Hawaii Press.1961
FreitasFreitas, J.F., Portuguese-Hawaiian MemoriesHonolulu: Printshop Co.1930
FriesemaFriesema, Wilma, Ua Wehe ʻIa Ke Alaula / Breaking ChainsOne Voice Publications. Waiʻanae, HI.2009
GaluteriaGaluteria, Peter, ʻO LunaliloKamehameha Schools, Honolulu, HI1994
GassnerGassner, Julius S., trans., Voyages and Adventures of La PérouseHonolulu: University of Hawaii Press1969
GayGay, Lawrence Kainoahou, True Stories of the Island of LanaiHonolulu: Mission Press1965
GiffordGifford, Edward Winslow, Tongan Place NamesBernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin 6. Honolulu.1923
GoodenoughGoodenough, Ward H., "Notes on Trukʻs Place Names"Micronesica 2(2): 95–1291960
GoslineGosline, William A., and Vernon E. Brock, Handbook of Hawaiian FishesHonolulu: University of Hawaii Press.1960
GPGreen, Laura C. S., and Mary Kawena Pukui., The Legend of Kawelo and other Hawaiian Folk Tales.Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. Privately printed.1936.
KahalaHale Kuamoʻo, Kahalaopunain: Lehua ʻĀhihi. Hale Kuamoʻo. (Paredaiso o ka Pākīpka 1904)1997
NMOKHale Kuamoʻo, Nā Maka O Kana (newspaper)U.H. Hilo1996-
HPHandy, E. S. Craighill., Hawaiian Planter, His Plants, Methods and Areas of Cultivation.Bernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin 161. Honolulu.1940.
Ka-Hae-HawaiiHawaiian newspaper, Ka Hae Hawaii (The Hawaiian Flag).Honolulu.1856–1861
Ka-Leo-o-ka-LahuiHawaiian newspaper, Ka Leo o ka Lahui (The Voice of the Nation).Honolulu.1889–1896.
Ka-NonanonaHawaiian newspaper, Ka Nonanona (The Ant: see ʻānonanona).Honolulu.1841–1854
HillebrandHillebrand, W. F., Flora of the Hawaiian Islands.Heidelberg.1888.
HitchcockHitchcock, H. R., An English-Hawaiian Dictionary; with Various Useful Tables:Prepared for the Use of Hawaiian-English School. San Francisco.1887.
HolmesHolmes, Tommy, The Hawaiian CanoeThe Hawaiian Canoe. Editions Limited1981. 191 pp. 2nd Edition 1993. 220 pp. Honolulu.1981
KANHousman, Alohalani, Ke Ao NaniHale Kuamoʻo, Hilo.2012
IbanezIbanez, Jonathan, Ka Moʻolelo o Eddie ʻAikauOne Voice Publications2011
IiIi, John Papa., Fragments of Hawaii History.Honolulu: Bernice P. Bishop Museum.1959 (1866-70).
JacobsJacobs, Francine, Sea Turtles / No Nā Honu KaiHawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sancturay.1998
JohnsonJohnson, Rubellite [Kawena] Kinney, ed., Kukini ʻAhaʻilono [Carry on the news]: Over a Century of Native Hawaiian Life and Thought from the Hawaiian Language Newspapers of 1834 to 1948.Honolulu: Topgallant Publishing Co.1976.
JohnsonJohnson, Rubellite [Kawena] Kinney, ed., Kumulipo: The Hawaiian Hymn of Creation.Honolulu: Topgallant Publishing Co.1982.
JMJohnson, Rubellite Kawena, and John Kaipo Mahelona, Nā Inoa Hōkū: A Catalogue of Hawaiian and Pacific Star NamesHonolulu: Topgallant Publishing Co.1975
PuniaKa Hoku o Hawaii, He moʻolelo kaʻao no Punia...mai loko mai o ka nupepa ʻo Ka Hoku o Hawaii, 1912-13. Hale Kuamoʻo, Hilo. 1994, 2015.1912-13
KaepplerKaeppler, Adrianne., “Hula and Haʻa, Hawaiian Dance in Historic Perspective.”Paper presented at the Hawaiian Historical Society membership meeting, September 24.1981.
KahananuiKahanahui, Dorothy M. & Alberta P. Anthony, E Kamaʻilio Hawaiʻi Kakou / Let's Speak HawaiianUniversity of Hawaii Press. Honolulu.1974
KahioloKahiolo, G.W., He Moʻolelo no KamapuaʻaKa Hae Hawaii, 26 Iune 1861 - 25 Kepakemapa 1861. Hale Kuamoʻo 1998. (cf. Eng. trans. by Mookinei, Neizmen, Tom 1978)1861
RCKamakau, Samuel M., Ruling Chiefs of Hawaii.Honolulu: Kamehameha Schools Press.1961.
Kam.Kamakau, Samuel M., Ka Poʻe Kahiko, the People of Old.Translated from the newspaper Ke Au ʻOko ʻa by Mary Kawena Pukui, arranged and edited by Dorothy B. Barrère. Bernice P. Bishop Museum Special Publication 51. Honolulu.1964.
Kam.Kamakau, Samuel M., Works of the People of Old, Na Hana a ka Poʻe Kahiko.Translated from the newspaper Ke Au ʻOko'a by Mary Kawena Pukui, arranged and edited by Dorothy B. Barrère. Bernice P. Bishop Museum Special Publication 61. Honolulu.1976.
NKEKamanā, Kauanoe & William H. Wilson, Nā Kai ʻEwalu (Beginning Hawaiian Lessons)3 vols. Revised edition.1996, 1990, 1991 (1977)
NKE12Kamanā, Kauanoe & William H. Wilson, Nā Kai ʻEwalu (Beginning Hawaiian Lessons)2 vols. New Edition. Hale Kuamoʻo. Hilo.2012
KanaheleKanahele, George S., ed., Hawaiian Music and Musicians: An Illustrated History.Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii.1979.
HEKapahulehua, Kawika, Hawaiian and English Cross-Age Learning Picture Vocabulary BookHonolulu, Kamahoe Press2006
KauhiKauhi, Emma Kapūnohuʻulaokalani, He Moʻolelo no Kapaʻahu / Story of Kapaʻahuwith an English translation by Charles M. Langlas. Pili Productions, Hilo Hawaiʻi.1996 (2000)
KayKay, E. Alison., Hawaiian Marine Shells, Reef and Shore Fauna of Hawaii.Section 4, Mollusca. Bernice P. Bishop Museum Special Publication 64(4). Honolulu: Bishop Museum Press.1979.
Kel.Kelekona, Kahikona [W. J. Sheldon]., Kaluaikoolau, Piilani, Alo Ehu Poka [Dodging sprays of bullets].Ke Kuleana Mana Hoolaha iloko o ke Keena Puuku o ka Teritore o Hawaii [Copyrighted and distributed within the treasurer's office of the Territory of Hawaii].1906.
KentKent, Harold Winfield, Treasury of Hawaiian Words in One Hundred and One CategoriesThe Masonic Public Library of Hawaii.1986
MK2Kōmike Huaʻōlelo, Hale Kuamoʻo, ʻAha Pūnana Leo, Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary.University of Hawaiʻi Press. Honolulu2003
KornKorn, Alfons L., “Some Notes on the Origin of Certain Hawaiian Shirts: Frock, Smock-frock, Block, and Palaka.”Oceanic Linguistics 15:14–38.1976.
KuhelaniKuhelani, J.W., "Kekahi mau Mea a ka Poe Kahilo [Several things about the old people]."Ka Hae Hawaii, November 191856.
KuykendallKuykendall, Ralph S., The Hawaiian Kingdom. Vol. 1, 1778–1854: Foundation and Transformation.Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.1947.
LavondèsLavondès, Henri., Terre et Mer pour une Lecture de quelques Mythes Polynésiens.Hamilton Library, University of Hawaii at Manoa. Mimeo.1975.
LafelakaLeo o ka Lahui, Ka Naita Lafelaka...Ka Naita Lafelaka... Leo o ka Lahui, Volume II, Number 806, 6 November 1893: p.1, col 4.1893
KalākauaLowe, Ruby Hasegawa, ʻO Kawika Kalākauatr. by Kamakānealoha Hopkins. Hale Paʻi o nā Kula ʻo Kamahemeha (Kamahameha Schools Press). Honolulu.2005
Luomala-1949Luomala, Katharine., Maui-of-a-Thousand-Tricks: His Oceanic and European Biographers.Bernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin 198. Honolulu.1949.
Luomala-1951Luomala, Katharine., The Menehune of Polynesia and Other Mythical Little People of Oceania.Bernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin 203. Honolulu.1951.
TCLyon Arboretum, The Taro Collection.Honolulu: Harold L. Lyon Arboretum, University of Hawaii.1970.
Macdonald-AbbottMacdonald, Gordon A., and Agatin T. Abbott, Volcanoes in the Sea: The Geology of HawaiiHonolulu: University of Hawaii Press.1970
MaloMalo, David., Hawaiian Antiquities (Moolelo Hawaii).Translated by Nathaniel B. Emerson, 1898. Bernice P. Bishop Museum Special Publications 2. 2nd ed. Honolulu.1951.
Malo-1987Malo, David., Ka Moolelo HawaiiThe Folk Press, Kapiolani Community College, Honolulu. Edited by Malcolm Chun.1987
KaupōMaunupau, Thomas K., Huakai Makaikai a Kaupo, Maui / A Visit to Kaupō, MauiBishop Museum Press.1998
MPMcGuire, James W. L., He Moolelo PokoleCollegiate Press, Honolulu.1938
McKeownMcKeown, Sean, Hawaiian Reptiles and Amphibians.Honolulu: Oriental Publishing Co.1978.
HarperMiller, M. S., and J. L. Miller., Harper's Bible Dictionary.New York: Harper Brothers.1952.
MitchellMitchell, Donald D. Kilolani., Hawaiian Games for Today: Descriptions of Sixty Hawaiian Games with Full Directions for Playing Thirty.Honolulu: Kamehameha Schools Press.1975.
NākoaNākoa, Sarah, Lei Momi o ʻEwaʻAhahui ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi1979
KalapanaNākuʻina, Moses K., Moʻolelo Hawaiʻi o KalapanaHonolulu, Grieve Publishing Co., Ltd. (Haku ʻia e William H. Wilson ka pau ʻana o ka moʻolelo i hoʻopuka ʻole ʻia e Nākuʻina... Hale Kuamoʻo, Hilo.)1902 (1994)
Nak.Nakuina, Moses K., ed., Moolelo Hawaii o Pukaa a me Kua-pakaa [Hawaiian account of Pakaa and Ku-aakaʻa].Hamilton Library, University of Hawaii. Privately printed.n.d. [probably early 1900s].
NHMANative Hawaiian Education Council in partnership with Ka Haka ʻUla O Keʻelikōlani College of Hawaiian Language, UH-Hilo, Nā Honua Mauli OlaHawaiʻi Guidelines for Culturally Healthy and Responsive Learning Environments. Statewide review meetings sponsored by the Native Hawaiian Education Island Councils Adopted by the Native Hawaiian Education Council June 4, 2002 (Hawaiian glossary 81-86)2002
NealNeal, Marie C., In Gardens of Hawaii.New and revised edition. Bernice P. Bishop Museum Special Publication 50. Honolulu: Bishop Museum Press. (First published in 1948.)1965.
NapolionaNupepa Kuokoa, Ke Kahua Kaua o Watalu…Ke Kahua Kaua o Watalu… Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Volume XLII, Number 5, 1 February 1907 . p2, col3-41907
OlsonOlson, Gunder E., ed., The Story of the Volcano HouseHilo: Hilo Tribune Herald.1941.
MakaParedaiso o ka Pākīpika, Makakēhauin: Lehua ʻĀhihi, Hale Kuamoʻo. Hilo.1904 (1992)
Paulin and BenderPaulin, Eugene, and Joseph A. Bender., New Wars: the History of the Brothers of Mary (Marianists) in Hawaii 1883–1958Milwaukee: Bruce Press.1959
PBSPBS Biography, Joseph Nāwahī2009
PerreiraPerreira, Hiapokeikikāne, He Kiʻina Hoʻokuanaʻike Mauli Hawaiʻi ma ke Kālailai MoʻokalaleoHūlili Vol. 9, Kamehameha Schools. 20132013
ONPukui, Mary Kawena, ʻŌlelo Noʻeau: Hawaiian proverbs & poetical sayingsBernice P. Bishop Museum Special Publication No. 71. Honolulu.1983
Pukui-KornPukui, Mary Kawena, and Alfons L. Korn., The Echo of Our Song: Chants and Poems of the Hawaiians.Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii.1973.
HDPukui, Mary Kawena, And Samuel H. Elbert, Hawaiian DictionaryUniversity of Hawaii Press, Honolulu.1986
NānāPukui, Mary Kawena, E. W. Haertig, and Cathering A. Lee., Nānā i ke Kumu [Look to the source].Honolulu: Hui Hānai.1972.
EHPukui, Mary Kawena, Samuel H. Elbert,, Hawaiian Dictionary, English-HawaiianHawaiian Dictionary, English-Hawaiian1986
PNPukui, Mary Kawena, Samuel H. Elbert, and Esther T. Mookini., Place Names of HawaiiHonolulu. University of Hawaii Press.1974.  
ReedReed, Minnie., “The Economic Seaweeds of Hawaii.”Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office. (First published in 1906 as Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station Annual Report, Honolulu.)1907.
RemyRemy, M. Jules., “L'île de Molokai avant la leproserie.”Arcis-sur-Aube, France: Imprimerie Leon Fremont, Ed.1893.
RobertsRoberts, Helen H., Ancient Hawaiian Music.New York: Dover Publications. (First published in 1926 as Bernice P. Bishop Museum Bulletin 29.)1967 (1926).
RockRock, J. F., List of Hawaiian Names of Plants.Territory of Hawaii Board of Agriculture and Forestry. Botanical Bulletin no. 2. Honolulu.1913.
SahlinsSahlins, Marshall., Historical Metaphors and Mythical Realities: Structure in the Early History of the Sandwich Islands Kingdom.Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania, Special Publication 1. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.1981.
KeikiSaint-Exupéry, Antoine de, Ke Keiki Aliʻi LiʻiLiʻi (Le Petit Prince)translated by Kaeo NeSmith. Editions Tintenfass, Neckarsteinach, Germany.2013
PHGSchütz, Albert J., Kanada, Gary N., and Kenneth Cook, Pocket Hawaiian GrammarIsland Heritage Publishing, Waipahu.2005
NāwahīSheldon, J. G., Ka Puke Moʻolelo o Hon. Iosepa K. NāwahīHale Kuamoʻo, Ka Haka ʻUla o Keʻelikōlani1996 (1908)
Hoʻoi.Silva, Kalena, ed., Ka Hoʻoilina: The Legacy. Puke Pai ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi. Journal of Hawaiian Language SourcesKamehameha Schools. Honolulu.2002-2006
St-JohnSt. John, Harold., “The Variability of the Hawaiian Maile.”Phytologia 32:377–386.1975a.
Stearns and MacdonaldStearns, Harold T. and Gordon A. Macdonald, Geology and Ground-water Resources of the Island of Molokai, HawaiiHawaii Division of Hydrography, Bulletin 11, Honolulu.1947
SterlingSterling, Elspeth P., Sites of MauiBishop Museum Press.1998
Sterling and SummersSterling, Elspeth P. and Catherine C. Summers, "The Sites of Oahu"5 vols. Looseleaf. Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu.1962
Summers-1964Summers, Catherine C., Hawaiian Fishponds.Bernice P. Bishop Museum Special Publication 52. Honolulu.1964.
Summers-1971Summers, Catherine C., Molokai: A Site Survey.Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Pacific Anthropological Records no. 10. Honolulu.1971.
TMTaylor, Clarice B., in collaboration with George Miranda, "Honolulu Street Names"Honolulu Star-Bulletin, January-February 1956.1956
BuckTe Rangi Horoa [Peter H. Buck]., Arts and Crafts of Hawaii.Bernice P. Bishop Museum Special Publication 45. Honolulu.1957.
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Most frequently cited Biblical
with # of citations
Pukaana (Exodus) 137
Isaia (Isaiah) 132
Halelu (Psalms) 97
Kinohi (Genesis) 96
Oihanakahuna (Leviticus) 90
Mataio (Matthew) 64
Kanawailua (Deuteronomy) 53
Ieremia (Jeremiah) 49
Nahelu (Numbers) 46
Ioba (Job) 40
I Samuela (I Samuel) 33
II Samuela (II Samuel) 32
Hoikeana (Revelation) 31
Ezekiela (Ezekiel) 28
Solomona (Proverbs) 28
Luka (Luke) 27
Lunakanawai (Judges) 26
I Nalii (I Kings) 25
II Oihanaalii (II Chronicles) 20
Oihana (Acts) 19
Mele a Solomona (Song of Solomon) 18
Mareko (Mark) 17
II Nalii (II Kings) 16
Ioane (John) 16
Roma (Romans) 14
I Korineto (I Corinthians) 13
Iosua (Joshua) 12
I Petero (I Peter) 10
Daniela (Daniel) 10
Hebera (Hebrews) 10
non-Biblical

Books of the Bible

Oih.Oihana Acts
Am.Amosa Amos
1-Oihn.I Oihanaalii I Chronicles
2-Oihn.II Oihanaalii II Chronicles
Kol.Kolosa Colossians
1-Kor.I Korineto I Corinthians
2-Kor.II Korineto II Corinthians
Dan.Daniela Daniel
Kanl.Kanawailua Deuteronomy
Kekah.Kekahuna Ecclesiastes
EpesoEpeso Ephesians
Eset.Esetera Esther
Puk.Pukaana Exodus
Ezek.Ezekiela Ezekiel
EzeraEzera Ezra
Gal.Galatia Galatians
Kin.Kinohi Genesis
HagaiHagai Haggai
Heb.Hebera Hebrews
Hos.Hosea Hosea
Isa.Isaia Isaiah
Iak.Iakobo James
Ier.Ieremia Jeremiah
IobaIoba Job
IoelaIoela Joel
IoaneIoane John
Ios.Iosua Joshua
IudaIuda Jude
Lunk.Lunakanawai Judges
1-Nal.I Nalii I Kings
2-Nal.II Nalii II Kings
Oihk.Oihanakahuna Leviticus
LukaLuka Luke
Mal.Malaki Malachi
Mar.Mareko Mark
Mat.Mataio Matthew
MikaMika Micah
Neh.Nehemia Nehemia
Nah.Nahelu Numbers
1-Pet.I Petero I Peter
2-Pet.II Petero II Peter
PilipiPilipi Philippians
Sol.Solomona Proverbs
Hal.Halelu Psalms
Hoik.Hoikeana Revelation
RomaRoma Romans
RutaRuta Ruth
1-Sam.I Samuela I Samuel
2-Sam.II Samuela II Samuel
MeleMele a Solomona Song of Solomon
1-Tes.I Tesalonike I Thessalonians
2-Tes.II Tesalonike II Thessalonians
1-Tim.I Timoteo I Timothy
2-Tim.II Timoteo II Timothy
TitoTito Titus
Zek.Zekaria Zechariah
Zep.Zepania Zephaniah

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