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ka·ma·a·i·na

or ka·ma'a·i·na  (kä′mä-ä-ē′nä)
n. Hawaii
A native-born or longtime resident of the Hawaiian Islands.

[Hawaiian kama'āina : kama, child + 'āina, land.]

kamaaina

(ˌkɑːməˈaɪnə)
n
a local person; native

ka•ma•ai•na

(ˌkɑ məˈaɪ nə)

n., pl. -nas.
a longtime resident of Hawaii.
[1900–05; < Hawaiian kama‘āina native-born]
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Every kamaaina (local) has an opinion on the subject, from my best friend in third grade to my daughter's hula teacher to the doctor who saw my mom at the Kaiser clinic in Moanalua and whose younger sister was in my high-school graduating class at Punahou, because that's how small the islands are.
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This investment in our core business here in Hawaii will increase service between Maui and other Neighbor Islands by 25%, and answer a need identified by our kamaaina travelers,O said Mark Dunkerley, president and CEO of Hawaiian Airlines.
Kamaaina Annual Pass holders may enjoy one free ride per night.
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So Hawaii Business sat down with Native Hawaiian leaders to begin expanding the dialogue about the preservation of Native Hawaiian culture beyond tourism, to the entire business community, kamaaina and Mainland businesses alike.
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Residents, farmers, visitors and kamaaina return year after year to the Kona Coffee Cultural Festival to celebrate and honor the traditions and heritage that are the heart of Kona coffee.