American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- An island of Hawaii northwest of Oahu. It was an independent royal domain when visited by Capt. James Cook in 1778 and became part of the kingdom of Hawaii in 1810.
- n. The fourth largest island of Hawaii.
- n. an island of Hawaii to the northwest of Oahu
- Hawaiian Kauaʻi (Wiktionary)
“KAUAI, Hawaii -- A 25-year-old visitor from Poland is the latest tourist to drown in waters off Kauai, bringing the number of drownings on the Garden Isle to four over the past two days.”
“Take a quick vacation -- enjoy this photo gallery taken on the Kalalau Trail in Kauai (yes, there's a high-res version of that armored spider).”
“When we were in Kauai we were fascinated by the geckos, frogs, sea turtles, and roosters.”
“In addition to over 200 world class recipes, this one of a kind cookbook from the chefs of the internationally acclaimed Blossoming Lotus Restaurant on the island of Kauai, is filled with inspirational quotes, and loads of resources, practical tips and techniques for an enlightened lifestyle.”
“I am happy with my life as is but would love to be in Kauai doing it.”
“Of course, bookstores are far and few between in Kauai, but Borders Kauai will be fully remodeled by September 2006.”
“It's also got a Hawaiian connection: Merwin lives on Kauai, and maoli is the Hawaiian word for "native" or "natural" or "true.”
“Malie Kauai is the first tropical Aroma Company to use pure Hawaiian Hydrosols as the base note for all our aromatic products.?”
“She was surfing with friends in Kauai, Hawaii, when her left arm was bitten off by a tiger shark.”
‘Kauai’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for Kauai.