Kamehameha may refer to:

  • House of Kamehameha, the dynasty of the Hawaiian Kings
    • Kamehameha I (18th-century–1819), first king of the Hawaiian Islands
      • Kamehameha Statues
      • Kamehameha Day, a Hawaiian public holiday
    • Kamehameha II (1797–1824), second king of the Kingdom of Hawaii
    • Kamehameha III (1813–1854), King of Hawaii from 1825 to 1854
    • Kamehameha IV (1834–1863), the fourth king of Hawaii from 1855 to 1863
    • Kamehameha V (1830–1872), reigned as monarch of the Kingdom of Hawaiʻi from 1863 to 1872
    • Albert Kamehameha (1858–1862), crown prince of Hawaii
  • Fort Kamehameha, 1907 through World War II defenses of Honolulu
  • Kamehameha Hall, the meeting house of the Royal Order of Kamehameha I
  • Royal Order of Kamehameha I (decoration), a medal awarded by the Kingdom of Hawaii
  • Kamehameha Schools, a college preparatory institution in Hawaii
  • USS Kamehameha (SSBN-642), a submarine of the United States Navy
  • Kamehameha butterfly or Vanessa tameamea
  • Kamehameha, an iconic fictional energy wave employed by several characters in Dragon Ball media

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Archeological Sites At Kawela - Early History
... women and children escaped to Molokaʻi when Kamehameha I had just conquered Maui ... rule the Kingdom of Hawaii as the House of Kamehameha ... In the late 19th century it was part of the vast Molokaʻi Ranch owned by King Kamehameha V and managed by the family of Rudolph Wilhelm Meyer ...
List Of Burials In The Royal Mausoleum Of Hawaii - Kamehameha Tomb
... King Kamehameha II, Liholiho (1797–1824) Queen Kamāmalu, Victoria Kamāmalu (1802–1824) King Kamehameha III, Kauikeaouli (1813–1854) Queen Kalama (1817 ...
List Of Hawaiian Consorts
... The Kingdom of Hawaiʻi was founded by Kamehameha I (known as Kamehameha the Great) in 1795 after conquering the major islands in the Hawaiian ... Kamehameha I had numerous wives, perhaps over 21, but Kaʻahumanu was his most favorite wife ...
Compositions By Liliuokalani - Pauahi ʻO Kalani
... Bishop, the great-granddaughter of Kamehameha I and Liliʻuokalani's beloved foster sister ... The Bishop Estate, Pauahi's continuing legacy, created and maintains the Kamehameha Schools ... High school students at Kamehameha sing this song every year on Founder's Day, 19 December, the date of Pauahi's birth ...