What does ELUA mean?

ELUA. English Language Unity Act. Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.

What’s a Kanaka mean?

human being
Usage Note: The word Kanaka simply means “human being” in the Hawaiian language. Among Native Hawaiians, however, it is often used today as a term of ethnic pride, especially in the form Kanaka Maoli, a traditional Hawaiian ethnonym which can be translated as “true human being” or “real person.”

What is Hawaiian ethnicity?

Hawaiian, any of the aboriginal people of Hawaii, descendants of Polynesians who migrated to Hawaii in two waves: the first from the Marquesas Islands, probably about ad 400; the second from Tahiti in the 9th or 10th century.

What does kialoa mean in Hawaiian?

swift canoe
kialoa — Pukui-Elbert, Haw to Eng / kia. loa /, 1. n., Long, light, and swift canoe. Figuratively, a tall, well-proportioned woman.

What is Kanaka Krew Hawaii?

The inverted flag is an internationally recognized symbol of a nation in distress and a sign of protest to the American government. Also flown on the mountain: The so-called Kanaka Maoli flag, depicting a coat of arms on green, red and yellow stripes.