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NĀ MEA `IKE HONUA:
Wisdom of the World
Nā Mea `Ike Honua:
The wisdom of the world
• Nā – the (plural)
• Mea - thing
• `Ike
– to see, know, understand; knowledge,...
ENVIRONMENTAL KINSHIP
• Environmental kinship is
the familial relationship
one has with the
environment that he or she
liv...
NĀ MEA `IKE HONUA
• ʻĀ ina – the land and
natural resources
– “That which feeds us”

• Kai - sea
• Wai – water
WIND & RAIN
• Ka makani: wind
– Kī haelā`ī : a wind in the Hilo Palikū area that is so
strong it shreds ti-leaves
– Kuehul...
`ŌLELO NO`EAU

• He ali`i ka `āina, he kauwā ke kanaka.
The land is a chief, man is its servant.
Land has no need for man;...
LAND DIVISIONS

• Mokupuni - island
LAND DIVISIONS

• Moku – district
MOKU: Districts
– Hawaiʻi island has 6 moku
– Maui has 12 moku
– Oʻahu has 6 moku
– Kauaʻi has 5 moku
– Molokaʻi has 5 mok...
LAND DIVISIONS
• Ahupua`a –
subdivision of land
within a moku that
extends mauka to
makai
• `Ili – a smaller area
of land ...
AHUPUA`A
• Mauka

AHUPUA`A

– Nahele: forest
– Wao akua: realm of the
gods

• Kula
– Lo`i kalo: taro patches
– `Auwai: irrigation s...
WAHI PANA
• Wahi pana
– notable places of
interest with natural,
cultural, spiritual
and/or historical
significance.
If you have any
questions, please
ask them on the
Discussion Board.
Mahalo!
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  1. 1. NĀ MEA `IKE HONUA: Wisdom of the World
  2. 2. Nā Mea `Ike Honua: The wisdom of the world • Nā – the (plural) • Mea - thing • `Ike – to see, know, understand; knowledge, awareness, understanding – Sense, as of hearing or sight; sensory, perceptive – To show, make known, display, tell, exhibit, inform, report • Honua – world, earth; foundation
  3. 3. ENVIRONMENTAL KINSHIP • Environmental kinship is the familial relationship one has with the environment that he or she lives in. It is an intimate relationship that stewards how one treats their environment.
  4. 4. NĀ MEA `IKE HONUA • ʻĀ ina – the land and natural resources – “That which feeds us” • Kai - sea • Wai – water
  5. 5. WIND & RAIN • Ka makani: wind – Kī haelā`ī : a wind in the Hilo Palikū area that is so strong it shreds ti-leaves – Kuehulepo: wind of Ka`ū that raises the dust • Ka ua: rain – Kī pu`upu`u: chilly rain of Waimea that hurts the skin (usually accompanied by wind) – Kanilehua: the rain of Hilo that sings upon the lehua blossoms
  6. 6. `ŌLELO NO`EAU • He ali`i ka `āina, he kauwā ke kanaka. The land is a chief, man is its servant. Land has no need for man; but man needs the land and works for a livelihood
  7. 7. LAND DIVISIONS • Mokupuni - island
  8. 8. LAND DIVISIONS • Moku – district
  9. 9. MOKU: Districts – Hawaiʻi island has 6 moku – Maui has 12 moku – Oʻahu has 6 moku – Kauaʻi has 5 moku – Molokaʻi has 5 moku – Lānaʻi has 2 moku – Niʻihau has 2 moku – Kahoʻolawe has 2 moku
  10. 10. LAND DIVISIONS • Ahupua`a – subdivision of land within a moku that extends mauka to makai • `Ili – a smaller area of land within an ahupua`a
  11. 11. AHUPUA`A
  12. 12. • Mauka AHUPUA`A – Nahele: forest – Wao akua: realm of the gods • Kula – Lo`i kalo: taro patches – `Auwai: irrigation system • Makai – Loko i`a: fishpond – Mākāhā: fish pond gate – Loko kuapā: fish pond wall
  13. 13. WAHI PANA • Wahi pana – notable places of interest with natural, cultural, spiritual and/or historical significance.
  14. 14. If you have any questions, please ask them on the Discussion Board. Mahalo!

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