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Moana, meaning "ocean" in most Polynesian languages, may refer to:
- Moana, the Hawaiian family name associated with the Royal Family of the Kingdom of Hawaii
- Moana (singer), the lead singer of the New Zealand band "Moana and the Moahunters"
- Moana Pozzi, an Italian pornographic actress (1961 – 1994)
- Moana Jackson, New Zealand Māori lawyer and activist
- Martin Moana (born 1973), New Zealand rugby league player
- Moana Delle (born 1989), German windsurfer
- Moana Ioane, a Cook Islands politician
- Moana Stadium, a baseball stadium in Reno, Nevada, USA
- Moana Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
- Moana railway station, South Australia
- Moana (1926 film), a 1926 film and the first docufiction in cinema history
- Moana (2016 film), a Disney animated feature film to be released in 2016
- Moana (miniseries), a miniseries based on the life of pornographic actress Moana Pozzi
- Moana, South Australia, a beachside suburb of Adelaide
- Moana, New Zealand, a settlement on the West Coast
- Moaña, a municipality of Spain
- Moana (genus), a fungi genus
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