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Liliuokalani

[ lee-lee-oo-oh-kah-lah-nee ]
/ liˌli u oʊ kɑˈlɑ ni /
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noun
Lydia Ka·me·ke·ha [kah-me-ke-hah], /ˌkɑ mɛˈkɛ hɑ/, 1838–1917, last queen of the Hawaiian Islands 1891–93.
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Liliuokalani
/ (liːˌliːʊəʊkɑːˈlɑːniː) /

noun
Lydia Kamekeha (ˌkɑːmeɪˈkeɪhɑː). 1838–1917, queen and last sovereign of the Hawaiian Islands (1891–95)
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