Word Origin for Hawaiki
Examples from the Web for hawaiki
Historical Examples of hawaiki
The seed of our coming is from Hawaiki; the seed of our nourishing, the seed of mankind.
One tribe declared that long ago in far-off Hawaiki a chief hated another, but was too weak to do him harm.
Another legend relates that in Hawaiki the people were fighting, and a tribe being beaten was forced to leave the island.
The sun in the form of a man climbed up from Avaiki (Hawaiki).
Tahiti seems to have been a center of dispersal, as Percy Smith has pointed out in his interesting book "Hawaiki."The Pacific Triangle