Kalouyalewa (pronounced ) (born on [kaloujaleɰa] Nayau) was a Fijian High Chief. 
Kalouyalewa was a son of the
Chief Naosara (Tuivanuakula II) and his wife, Adi Gelegeleavanua, and thus a grandson of Chief Kubunavanua II, who was very famous. 
He was born on the
island of Nayau. His elder brother was named Buivaroro. Their sister was Chiefess Keletu. 
Kalouyalewa went on the island of
Lakeba, where he married into the island’s principal chiefly families. His first wife was named Sivoki. She was a member of Cekena, the dynasty then holding the title . They had two sons, Delaivugalei and Tongatapu. Sau
Second wife of Kalouyalewa was
Chiefess Tagiamarama, who bore him a son called Qoma. 
Kalouyalewa’s sons would eventually play a crucial role in enabling the Vuanirewa Dynasty to succeed to the titles and Roko Sau . Tui Nayau 
His famous grandson was
High Chief Delailoa of Lakeba.
Delaivugalei in his adult years married
Family tree [ edit ]
Family tree of Kalouyalewa
See also [ edit ]
Malani, descendant of Kalouyalewa
Sources [ edit ]
^ Ai Vola tabu, sa volai kina na Veiyalayalati makawa kei na Veiyalayalati vou. Suva, Fiji.
^ Chiefess Gelegeleavanua
^ Family of Kalouyalewa
^ Yalo i Viti: Shades of Viti by Fergus Clunie. Page 173. Fiji Museum.
^ Mara, Ratu Sir Kamisese: The Pacific Way: A Memoir. University of Hawaii Press, 1997.