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Aug 15, 2019

[Answer] What does Honolulu mean in English?

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...1. Fragrant port 2. Big island 3. Hello and goodbye 4. Sheltered harbor




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Sheltered harbor - Unless you're fluent in Hawaiian, you probably thought Honolulu was just a name. But its translation defines the landscape of the city. Meaning “sheltered harbor,” Honolulu is estimated by historians to have been established around 1100 AD and became the capital of Hawaii in 1905. Located on the south shore of Oahu, Honolulu’s harbor is the principal seaport of the Hawaiian state.:


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