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 (lə-lē′ə-ō-kə-lä′nē, lē-lē′o͞o-ō-kä-lä′nē), Lydia Kamakaeha Paki 1838-1917.
Queen of the Hawaiian Islands (1891-1893). She was the last Hawaiian ruler to govern the islands.


(Biography) Lydia Kamekeha (ˌkɑːmeɪˈkeɪhɑː). 1838–1917, queen and last sovereign of the Hawaiian Islands (1891–95)


(liˌli u oʊ kɑˈlɑ ni)

Lydia Ka•me•ke•ha (ˌkɑ mɛˈkɛ hɑ) 1838–1917, last queen of the Hawaiian Islands 1891–93.
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