Kamehameha I

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Ka·me·ha·me·ha I

 (kə-mā′ə-mā′ə) Known as "Kamehameha the Great." 1758?-1819.
King of the Hawaiian Islands (1795-1819) who conquered and united all the islands under his rule (1810).

Ka•me•ha•me•ha I

(kɑˈmeɪ hɑˈmeɪ hɑ, kəˈmeɪ əˈmeɪ ə)

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( “the Great” ) 1737?–1819, king of the Hawaiian Islands 1810–19.
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Noun1.Kamehameha I - Hawaiian king who united the islands under his rule (1758-1819)Kamehameha I - Hawaiian king who united the islands under his rule (1758-1819)
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Characters are drawn from America's diverse cultures, including King Kamehameha I of Hawaii (America's only king) and Sarah Winnemucca, a Paiute Indian woman who started a school for Native Americans around 1880.