Definition of Kamaainas
1. kamaaina [n] - See also: kamaaina
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kamaainas
Literary usage of Kamaainas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Jack London and Hawaii by Charmian London (1918)
"conversation of two of the most representative of kamaainas, who talked unreservedly of their vivid years and their ambitions for the future of the islands. ..."
2. Hawaii: Scenes and Impressions by Katharine Fullerton Gerould (1916)
"By virtue of being kamaainas, with a little Hawaiian to spare, and of having fished and canoed for a month or so past with ..."
3. Report of the President of the Board of Health to the Legislative Assembly by Hawaii Board of Health (1886)
"With a number, at least, of these kamaainas, or owners, it has the custom to take ... The total number originally of these kamaainas were thirty- eight. ..."
4. Reports of Decisions Rendered by the Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands by Hawaii Supreme Court, Hawaii, Supreme Court (1883)
"MD Monsarrat, surveyor, gave testimony that the survey and map before the Commissioner was made along the lines which the above witness and other kamaainas, ..."