[ nee-ee-hah-oo, nee-hou ]
/ ˈni iˈhɑ u, ˈni haʊ /
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an island in NW Hawaii, W of Kauai. 72 sq. mi. (186 sq. km).
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Words nearby Niihau
nihil obstat, Nihon, nihonium, NII, Niigata, Niihau, Nijinsky, Nijinsky, Vaslav, Nijmegen, -nik, Nikaria
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How to use Niihau in a sentence
On the Island of Niihau, I was told, there are still about three hundred native people.Northern California, Oregon, and the Sandwich Islands|Charles Nordhoff
Aiai and his son also visited Kauai and Niihau on this work, then they turned and went together to Hawaii.Hawaiian Folk Tales|Various
He had learned to shoot as a wild-cattle hunter on Niihau, and on that island his skill as a marksman was unforgotten.
Half-conscious, aimless and wandering, he lived back in his life to his early manhood on Niihau.
She distributed her family over all the islands from Hawaii to Niihau.Legends of Gods and Ghosts (Hawaiian Mythology)|W. D. (William Drake) Westervelt