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Hawaiian baby names are, like the place itself, beautiful and exotic. Some of the more popular names include Ailani (“high chief”), Leia (“child of heaven”), Keanu (“cool breeze over the mountains”), Kai (the sea), and Kona (as in “lady,” not “coffee”).
Kai is a lovely name with multicultural origins ranging from Greek to Hawaiian to Native American. While it's still considered...
Kai has turned into the little multi-cultural name that could. With origins ranging from Hawaiian to Scandinavian, this short...
Hawaiian: Long-awaited child
Hawaiian: An offering
Hawaiian: Child of heaven, heavenly flowers
Hawaiian: Urge, implore; the Hawaiian equivalent of Troy.
Native American: Panther (Choctaw)
Hawaiian: Name of a spring month, name of a star
Spanish: Grace; also Spanish pet form of Ana
Hawaiian: Mythological goddess of canoe builders
A Hawaiian name with lyrical qualities, Kalani can be used for either gender– although it's rarely used for either.
Hawaiian: Cool breeze over the mountains
Hawaiian: Strong and manly
Hawaiian: Generous one; Lilo was the tiny heroine in the Disney film Lilo and Stitch.
Hawaiian: Princess; variant of Sarah
Hawaiian: Mist, misty
Hawaiian: Mist of heaven
Hawaiian: Sea and sky
Latin: A nymph
Hawaiian: A Maui demigod who could take the form of a rope and stretch from Molokai to Hawaii
Hawaiian: One voice
Hawaiian: The brave one
Hawaiian: Silence of the heavens
Hawaiian: Glorious chief
Hawaiian: Wind, breeze
Hawaiian: High chief
Hawaiian: Ripe, precious