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The word Kahalauaola has its origins in Fijian language. It is now derived into the word you see now from Fijian word Kahalauaola Majakopulu Hawaiappapa Noakoamuna Pulauapo Likiasala Wapomakii Opuappa Umpaula Oui. This literally translates to, "The tooth of the great white shark which broke off and fell in the ocean to become this little dry fishing island where nobody lives."
In its short form, it translates to, "Little Island".
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