[uh-las-kuh-huh-wahy-ee, -wah-ee, -wah-yuh]
- the civil time officially adopted for the region of the 150th meridian, which includes the states of Alaska and Hawaii; two hours behind Pacific time.
Origin of Hawaii time
First recorded in 1900–05
Also called Hawaii Standard Time.
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