Alii Aimoku of Hawaii

The following is a list of aliʻi ʻaimoku of Hawaiʻi. "Aliʻi ʻaimoku" refers to the ruler (sometimes called the "king") of the island. aliʻi refers to the ruling class of ancient Hawaiʻi. Here, "Hawaiʻi" refers to the island of Hawaiʻi, also called "the Big Island".

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Aliʻi Aimoku of the Big Island

  • Pili, 1st Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1125-1155
  • Kukohou, 2nd Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1155-1185
  • Kaniuhu, 3rd Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1185-1215
  • Kanipahu, 4th Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1215-1245
  • Kamaiole, usurper of Kanipahu, deposed by Kalapana 1245-1255
  • Kalapana, 5th Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1255-1285
  • Kahaimoelea, 6th Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1285-1315
  • Kalaunuiohua, 7th Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1315-1345
  • Kuaiwa, 8th Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1345-1375
  • Kahoukapu, 9th Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1375-1405
  • Kauholanuimahu, 10th Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1405-1435
  • Kihanuilulumoku, 11th Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1435-1465
  • Liloa, 12th Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1465-1495
  • Hakau, 13th Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1495-1510
  • 'Umi-a-Liloa, 14th Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1510-1525
  • Keali'iokaloa, 15th Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1525-1545
  • Keawe-nui-a-'Umi, 16th Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1545-1575
  • Kaikilani (female), 17th Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1575-1605
  • Keakealani-kane, 18th Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1605-1635
  • Keaka-mahana (female), 19th Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1635-1665
  • Keakealani-wahine (female), 20th Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1665-1695
  • Keawe-i-Kekahi-ali'i-o-kamoku II , 21st Aliʻi Aimoku of Hawaii 1695-1725, co-ruler with his half-sister wife Kalanikauleleiaiwi
  • edit] Aliʻi Nui of Kaʻū

    The following were aliʻi nui of the Kaʻū district (south side of the island):

    • Kai'imamao Kalani-nui-i-a-mamao, 1st Aliʻi of Kaʻū
    • Kalaniopu'u-a-Kaiamamao 1754-1782 2nd Aliʻi of Kaʻū
    • Kiwalaʻo April 1782 - July 1782 3rd Aliʻi of Kaʻū
    • Keōua Kuahuʻula, July 1782 - 1791 4th Aliʻi of Kaʻū and Puna

    Aliʻi Nui of Kona

    The following were aliʻi nui of the Kona district (west side of the island):

    • Kalanikeeaumokunui, 1st Aliʻi of Kona
    • Alapainui-a-Kauaua (Alapa'inuiakauaua), 2nd Aliʻi of Kona, usurper
    • Unknown
    • Kalaniopu'u-a-Kaiamamao 1754-1782, 4th Aliʻi of Kona
    • Kiwalaʻo April 1782 - July 1782, 5th Aliʻi of Kona
    • Kamehameha I 1782 - 1819 unified the island

    Aliʻi Nui of Kohala

    The following were aliʻi nui of the Kohala district (north side of the island):

    • Kanaluau'o (Kanaloauuo), 1st Aliʻi of Kohala
    • Mahiolole, 2nd Aliʻi of Kohala
    • Kauauanuiamahiololi (Kauaua-a-Mahi), 3rd Aliʻi of Kohala
    • Alapainui-a-Kauaua (Alapa'inuiakauaua), 4th Aliʻi of Kohala, usurper of Kona
    • ?
    • Kalaniopu'u-a-Kaiamamao 1754-1782, 6th Aliʻi of Kohala
    • Kiwalaʻo April 1782 - July 1782, 7th Aliʻi of Kohala
    • Kamehameha I 1782 - 1819 unified the island

    Aliʻi Nui of Hilo

    The following were aliʻi nui of the Hilo district (east side of the island):

    • Kumalae, 1st Aliʻi of Hilo son of Umi-a-Liloa
    • Makua-nui, 2nd Aliʻi of Hilo
    • 'I, 3rd Aliʻi of Hilo
    • Kua'ana-a-I, 4th Aliʻi of Hilo
    • Ku'ahu-a-i, 5th Aliʻi of Hilo
    • Mokulani, 6th Aliʻi of Hilo
    • Ululani, 7th (female) Aliʻi of Hilo
    • Keawemauhili, Joint Aliʻi of Hilo
    • Keōua Kuahuʻula, 1790 - 1791 Last independent Aliʻi of Hilo or anywhere on the Big Island
    • Kamehameha I, 1782 - 1819 unified the island

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