Māui is the name of an island, part of the Hawaiian islands and the second largest island. The island was named after the son of the man who first discovered the island, who was in turn named after the demigod. In Hawaiian and Polynesian mythology, Māui is a demigod as well as a trickster who created the …


Lilinoe (pr. li-li-noh-ee) is the name of a goddess in Hawaiian mythology, the goddess of mist and rain, and the sister of Poli'ahu (goddess of snow), Waiau (goddess of lake Waiau, named after her), and Kahoupokane (goddess of the mountain Hualalei and a kapa maker). Her name means "fine mist".  Origin: Hawaiian