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ⓘ Kalihi




Kalihi
                                     

ⓘ Kalihi

Kalihi is a neighborhood of Honolulu on the island of Oahu in Hawaii, United States. Split by the Likelike Highway, it is flanked by downtown Honolulu to the east and Mapunapuna, Moanalua and Salt Lake to the west.

Kalihi the name of the ancient ahupuaa of dividing the land between Kahauiki and Kapālama in Kona now Honolulu Oahu. Is in the ahupuaa of Honolulu city kalihi Uka, Kalihi. Waena and Kai. Historically, Kalihi. Kai was the site of the former receiving station of leprosy, where the person suspected of leprosy were examined before starting treatment or sending to Kalaupapa on the island of Molokai. Kalihi. was also known for its ponds, Āpili, Pahouiki, Pahounui, Auiki, and Ananoho, near the present Sand island access to route 64, all of which were filled. Inspector of Kamehameha I, captain Alexander Adams, has maintained a residence near Āpili pond. The name comes from Ka dashing, which means "land" in the Hawaiian language, and was used for areas on other Islands. Located at 21°2010"N°157 5235"W, he would have been called the Prince of the lot, "which lead the victim, taking him".