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“Among them is a female ki'i (statue), some uniquely carved bowls inlaid with human teeth, a god image carved on the top of a wooden staff and a unique game board used for playing a traditional Hawaiian game called konane.”
“No ka mea, hiki ae kela i Hana ma Maui, e heenalu ana makou, na laua la nae ka heenalu hope loa, a pau ka laua la heenalu ana, hoi laua la e konane ana makou, makemake no oiala i ke konane, kau hou ka papa konane a paa, ninau aku wau i kona kumu pili, kuhikuhi kela”
“Ae," wahi a na elele, "hai aku nei maua e like me ke kauoha, ke hoomakaukau la paha kela, i mai nei nae o ua Poliahu ia maua, ke hoomanao la no nae paha ia i ke konane ana a maua?”
“The two of them were the last to surf, and when they were through, they came home to play _konane_ with me.”
“Yes," said the messengers, "we told her, as you commanded, to prepare herself; Poliahu inquired, 'Does he still remember the game of _konane_ between us?”
“After the bath, they returned to the canoe thinking to go aboard and set out, but Aiwohikupua saw the princess playing _konane_  and the stranger chief thought he would play a game with her; now, the princess had first called them to come and play.”
“You can not," said the woman, "for I will order the executioner to hold you fast; you became mine at _konane_ and our vows are spoken, and I have lived apart and undefiled until your return.”
“A ma kekahi po ae, i ka mahina e konane oluolu ana, i ka wa hapa o ka lai.”
“I said I did not like his bet; then I told the bet I liked, our persons; if he beat me at _konane_, then I would become his and do everything that he told me to do, and the same if he lost to me, then he was to do for me as I to him; and we made this bargain.”
“I ke konane ana nae, aole i liuliu, paa mua ia'u na luna o ka papa konane a maua, o koiala make iho la no ia.”
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