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In Hawaiian mythology, Kaulu is a trickster god who killed goddess Haumea at Niuhelewai, by catching her in a net obtained from Makalii. He then killed Lonokaeho, also called Piokeanuenue, king of Ko'olau, by singing an incantation.[1]


His parents were Kukaohialaka and Hinauluohia and he was born on Oahu island. His wife was called Kekele and she never bore any children.[2]


  1. ^ The Hawaiian Romance of Laieikawai by Martha Warren Beckwith
  2. ^ Hawaiian Mythology by Martha Warren Beckwith