nvs. Chief, chiefess, officer, ruler, monarch, peer, headman, noble, aristocrat, king, queen, commander; royal, regal, aristocratic, kingly; to rule or act as a chief, govern, reign; to become a chief. Fig., kind (see naʻau aliʻi, ʻōpū aliʻi). Aliʻi nui, high chief. Kāna aliʻi, his chief (controlled directly or raised by him). Kona aliʻi, his hereditary chief; his chieftainship. Aliʻi kūʻokoʻa, independent chief, autocrat. Name of the beach park where the surf break, Haleʻiwa, is located.
Award-winning Kumu Hula of Halau Ke Kai O Kahiki.
Creative director of Paradise Cove.
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My good friends, Kuali’i and Lahela Camara, made dye for some kids t-shirts while we were camping in Ka’ū. It’s a simple, organic process that takes about 90 minutes, and is a fun activity for children.. The following is a step by step iPhone account of how this Hawaiian couple makes dye out of Ma’ohauhele (yellow hibiscus).
Step 1: pick the flowers that aren’t open.