Ewa District, Hawaii
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Outline of the ʻEwa District from 19th century Hawaiian map
The word ʻewa means "crooked" or "ill-fitting" in Hawaiian. The name comes from the myth that the gods Kāne and Kanaloa threw a stone to determine the boundaries, but it was lost and later found at Pili o Kahe.
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