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What does Waialae mean in Hawaiian?

What does Waialae mean in Hawaiian?

Waiʻalae (Hawaiian pronunciation: [wɐjʔəˈlɐe]) is a neighborhood of Honolulu on the island of Oʻahu in Hawaiʻi, United States. The Waiʻalae means “mudhen water”.

What does Molo mean in Hawaiian?

Hawaiian Legal Land-Terms. [Hawaiian Dictionary(Hwn to Eng)] molo. vt. To turn, twist, spin; to interweave and interlace, as roots; to tie securely.

What does keokea mean in Hawaiian?

the sound of whitecaps

When did Kohala last erupt?

Active and Potentially Active Hawaiian Volcanoes

Active and Potentially Active Hawaiian Volcanoes
Volcano Eruption type Last eruption
Haleakala Lava, ash 1790 (A.D.)
Mauna Kea Lava, ash 4,000 years ago
Kohala Lava, ash 120,000 years ago

Where is Kohala located?

Hawaii island

Is Kohala volcano active?

Three of the Big Island volcanoes are still active: Hualalai, Mauna Loa and Kilauea. Kilauea is the most active and last eruption in 2018, while the other two could erupt at any time. Mauna Kea is dormant, Kohala inactive, and Mahukona has probably never breached the ocean surface.

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How old is Hualālai?

300,000 years

When did Kilauea last erupt?

20 December 2020

How tall is Hualalai?

2,521 m

How many volcanoes does Hawaii have?

3 volcanoes

Will Hawaii ever sink?

While the Kilauea volcano is still building, as soon as the Big Island’s other volcanoes have stopped erupting, they have started to lose height, Sharp said, “and the entire island is now sinking about 1 foot every hundred years as the Pacific Plate bows down under the weight of the volcanoes on it.”

How dangerous is Mt Vesuvius?

Mount Vesuvius is considered to be one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world because of its proximity to the city of Naples and the surrounding towns on the nearby slopes. The volcano is classed as a complex stratovolcano because its eruptions typically involve explosive eruptions as well as pyroclastic flows.