Wahine

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Wahine, the Hawaiian and Māori word for woman, can mean:

People[edit]

  • Alapaiwahine, a Princess of the Island of Hawaii, great-grandmother of King David Kalākaua and Queen Lydia Liliuokalani, and a Naha chiefess
  • Kamauliwahine
  • Keakealaniwahine, a High Chiefess and ruler Aliʻi Nui of the Island of Hawaii

Goddess[edit]

Government[edit]

Sports[edit]

Vessels[edit]

  • Wahine (ship), any of several ships named Wahine
    • TSS Wahine (1913–51), a New Zealand inter-island ferry that also served in World War I and World War II
    • TEV Wahine, a 1966-built New Zealand inter-island passenger ferry that foundered in Wellington Harbour in 1968