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[wahy-kee-kee, wahy-kee-kee] /ˈwaɪ kiˌki, ˌwaɪ kiˈki/
a beach and resort area on SE Oahu, in central Hawaii; part of Honolulu. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • We were comfortably installed in the Hotel Moana, in the suburb of Waikiki.

    Under Four Administrations Oscar S. Straus
  • Waikiki is where the action is—wave action and people action.

    Oahu Traveler's guide Bill Gleasner
  • We dined with Mr. and Mrs. Castle, also with old Mrs. Macfarlane at Waikiki.

  • Famous the world over is the surf-riding of Honolulu's wide Waikiki beach.

  • Visit Waikiki beach, and every day it is littered with people who enjoy the afternoon hours on the tireless breakers.

    The Pacific Triangle Sydney Greenbie
  • "Your friend might be at Waikiki Beach," suggested the chauffeur, amiably.

    The Honorable Percival Alice Hegan Rice
  • Such a bottom is that off the beach of Waikiki, and it produces a splendid surf-riding surf.

  • The cocoanut-grove of Waikiki, about four miles from Honolulu, contains many of these prolific trees, and well repays a visit.

    Under the Southern Cross Maturin M. Ballou
  • Seamen like them comin' out here to Waikiki as if they were millionaires!

    The Pirate Shark Elliott Whitney
British Dictionary definitions for Waikiki


/ˈwaɪkɪˌkiː; ˌwaɪkɪˈkiː/
a resort area in Hawaii, on SE Oahu: a suburb of Honolulu
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
© William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1979, 1986 © HarperCollins
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