<p>Fig. 3. "Hānau Ka Ua is the fullest record of Hawaiian rain names and their lore to date, drawing on oral tradition and literature, including approximately three hundred 'ōlelo Hawai'i primary sources from the ninteeth and twentieth centuries containing chants, songs, laments, and narratives."&nbsp;</p>

Fig. 3. "Hānau Ka Ua is the fullest record of Hawaiian rain names and their lore to date, drawing on oral tradition and literature, including approximately three hundred 'ōlelo Hawai'i primary sources from the ninteeth and twentieth centuries containing chants, songs, laments, and narratives." 

Image by Emily Sesno