In a word, umi was a perfect Kanaka, and a skillful fighter, who made his comrades suffer for it.
Pakaa was one of the favorites of umi, and Lono was his kahuna.
In his retreat umi lived, with his retainers, upon the tribute in kind which his subjects brought him from all parts of the coast.
umi considered that the great sea god Kamohoalii was on the whole a beneficent as well as a powerful one.
These pyramids were said to have been erected at the command of umi, an ancient king, to commemorate his conquests.
There is a tradition that umi, a famous king of Hawaii, once offered eighty men to his god as a thank-offering for victory.
The two armies met on the high plain bounded by the colossi of Hawaii, at the place which is called Ahua a umi.
umi had not learned of his royal parentage until he had grown to be a fine stout fellow.
At this token Liloa, while rubbing his eyes, recognized umi, and had him proclaimed his son.
umi, proud enough of the revelation of his mother, at once departs, accompanied by Koi and Omakamau.