English: Kalākua Kaheiheimālie, later known as Hoapili Wahine (c. 1778–1842) was a member of Hawaiian royalty who was one of the Queen consorts at the founding of the en:Kingdom of Hawaii. She was mother of another Queen consort, and grandmother of two future kings. Some sources call her Kaheiheimāile rather than Kaheiheimālie. "Mālie" means serene while the "maile" is the vine Alyxia olivaeformis. The first spelling seems to be more older and dominant.
A Queen consort of Kamehameha I and a grandmother of Kings Kamehameha IV, Kamehameha V, and Lunalilo
|Date of death||16 January 1842
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Media in category "Kalākua Kaheiheimālie"
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- Hoapiliwahine by C. C. Armstrong.jpg 348 × 372; 62 KB
- Funeral procession of Keopuolani from her posthumous memoir.jpg 857 × 480; 210 KB
- Kalakua Kaheiheimalie.jpg 239 × 410; 63 KB
- Lamentation for Keopuolani.jpg 1,059 × 549; 152 KB
- Lamentations for Keopuolani by the royal family.jpg 1,655 × 902; 1 MB
- Maui-Lahaina-Waiola-Hawaiianroyalgravestone.JPG 1,704 × 2,272; 1.15 MB
- Royal Family mourning Keopuolani's death (right side).jpg 500 × 691; 235 KB
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