Kaniuhu

havajski plemić

Kaniuhu ("tuga"[1][2]; Kaniuhi; ? – o. 1215) bio je poglavica havajskog Velikog ostrva na drevnim Havajima te predak kralja Kamehamehe I Velikog, prvog vladara Kraljevine Havaji. Kao potomak poglavice Pilija i njegove sestre Hine, bio je član Dinastije Pili, a roditelji su mu bili poglavica Kukohou[3] i gospa Hineuki, koja je bila polusestra svog muža. Budući da je rođen u braku brata i sestre, Kaniuhu je smatran bogom na Zemlji.

Kaniuhu
Suprug(a)Hiliamakani
DjecaKanipahu

Kukohou je umro oko 1185. te ga je Kaniuhu naslijedio, a oženio je gospu Hiliamakani,[4] koja mu je rodila sina imenom Kanipahu.[5][6][7] Nakon šta je Kaniuhu umro oko 1215, sin ga je naslijedio.[8] Preko njega je Kaniuhu bio predak mnogih plemića i kraljeva iz Dinastije Kamehameha, koji su vladali Kraljevinom Havaji.

ReferenceUredi

  1. ^ Kahikāhealani Wight (2005). Illustrated Hawaiian Dictionary. Bess Press.
  2. ^ Lorrin Andrews (1865). A Dictionary of the Hawaiian Language: To which is Appended an English-Hawaiian Vocabulary and a Chronological Table of Remarkable Events. H. M. Whitney. str. 258.
  3. ^ Sheldon Dibble. History of the Sandwich Islands. Press of the Mission Seminary.
  4. ^ Kepelino's Traditions of Hawaii (2007). Bishop Museum Press.
  5. ^ Abraham Fornander (1880). An Account of the Polynesian Race: Its Origins and Migrations, and the Ancient History of the Hawaiian People to the Times of Kamehameha I. Trubner & Company.
  6. ^ The family tree of the Chief Kanipahu. Archived 2020-08-06 na Wayback Machine "Kanipahu (Chief of Hawaii Island)... married Alaikauakoko (Kanakoko)."
  7. ^ Peleioholani, Solomon Lehuanui Kalaniomaiheuila (1906). Genealogy of the Robinson family, and ancient legends and chants of Hawaii, Honolulu Bulletin Publishing Company.
  8. ^ Royal family of Hawaii by Christopher Buyers