Usage examples for KAU

  1. " The feast ends," F'Kau- Kau- Kau said. – The Yillian Way by John Keith Laumer
  2. At half- past six in the morning, we landed in Kau,- that is grandpa and I did; grandma went on in the steamer to Kealakekua Bay. – Scenes in the Hawaiian Islands and California by Mary Evarts Anderson
  3. Ambassador Spradley hurried to intercept Retief as he crossed to the door at F'Kau- Kau- Kau's side. – The Yillian Way by John Keith Laumer
  4. In Kau, south of Hilo, 300 shocks were counted during the day. – Complete Story of the San Francisco Horror by Richard Linthicum Trumbull White Samuel Fallows
  5. The tradition, however, which ascribed it to the immediate predecessor of Men- kau- ra, may be accepted as sufficient evidence of its author. – Ancient Egypt by George Rawlinson Other: Arthur Gilman
  6. Then the Admirable F'Kau- Kau- Kau cried out and reached across the table to embrace the Terrestrial, and the orchestra went mad. – The Yillian Way by John Keith Laumer
  7. His father was the renowned king and conqueror, Kamehameha I. His mother was Keopuolani, daughter of Kiwaloa, son of Kalaiopuu, of Kau, Hawaii. – Speeches of His Majesty Kamehameha IV. To the Hawaiian Legislature by Kamehameha IV
  8. Hahau kau kaua la. – Northern California, Oregon, and the Sandwich Islands by Charles Nordhoff
  9. This same creature had lured many a poor fisherman to death on the rocky coast of Kau, and Maui thought it high time to put an end to such a pest, so he killed her. – Legends of Wailuku by Charlotte Hapai
  10. Sudden fountains paint blood- red the great plume of sulphur smoke that rises constantly, to drift away across the poisoned desert of Kau. – The Book of the National Parks by Robert Sterling Yard
  11. Then Laheu, an old warrior in another canoe, cried out that they should return on their track a little and get into deep water; " for," said he, " if we swamp, away from Tia Kau, it is but a little thing, but here-" and he clasped his hands rapidly together and then tore them apart. – By Reef and Palm by Louis Becke
  12. In another, which had an arched roof, constructed in the most careful and elaborate way, was found the sarcophagus of the king, Men- kau- ra, to whom tradition assigned the building, formed of a single mass of blue- black basalt, exquisitely polished and beautifully carved, externally eight feet long, three feet high, and three feet broad, internally six feet by two. – Ancient Egypt by George Rawlinson Other: Arthur Gilman
  13. There you can take schooner for Honolulu; or if your energies hold out ride through Kau and Puna back to Hilo. – Northern California, Oregon, and the Sandwich Islands by Charles Nordhoff