KAW

Kaw may refer to:

  • Kaw (tribe) (or Kanza), a Native American tribe
  • Kaw, French Guiana, a town in French Guiana
  • Kaw (character), a character in The Chronicles of Prydain
  • Kaw City, Oklahoma, a city in the United States
  • Kaw Lake, a lake in the U.S. state of Oklahoma
  • Kansas River, a river in the United States known locally as the Kaw
  • Johnny Kaw, a fictional settler of the U.S. state of Kansas
  • Kyle Ward or Kyle Andrew Ward, an electronic music composer
  • KAW, a Sci Fi Channel film
  • Kopparberg at War, a Swedish film company.

Other articles related to "kaw":

Lydia Liliuokalani Kawānanakoa
... Princess Helen Lydia Kamakaʻeha Liliʻuokalani Kawānanakoa (c. 1905–1969), was the second daughter of Prince David Kawānanakoa born during his marriage with Princess Abigail Wahiʻikaʻahuʻula Campbell Kawānanakoa ... According to some she became the head of the House of Kawānanakoa upon the death of her elder brother David Kalākaua Kawānanakoa on May 20, 1953 while some believe it was her elder ...
Half-Breed Tract - Overview - Kansas
... An 1825 treaty with the Kaw Indians reserved land of one square mile (640 acres) for each of twenty-three Kaw mixed bloods ... the mixed-bloods was to gain their support for the treaty in which the Kaw ceded a large amount of land to the United States in exchange for annuities ... it is vain to think of improving the minds and morals of the Indian." Several of the Kaw half-breed tracts were to become important sites in Kansas history ...
Abigail Kinoiki Kekaulike Kawānanakoa
... Princess Abigail Kinoiki Kekaulike III Kawānanakoa (born April 23, 1926) was the only child of Princess Lydia Liliuokalani Kawānanakoa born during her marriage with William Jeremiah Ellerbrock ... According to some she became the head of the House of Kawānanakoa upon the death of her mother who succeeded her older brother David Kalākaua Kawānanakoa on May 20, 1953 ... The House of Kawānanakoa had split into two by 1953 ...
Kaw Kaw
... In Maltese mythology the Kaw Kaw (also gaw-gaw) is a 'slimy greyish bogey man' who strolls the streets at night ... Another version of the creature exists in Wardija, where the Kaw Kaw is described as a massive giant who could traverse the Maltese islands in a few steps ... The Kaw Kaw was believed to favour hunting for guilty individuals between Christmas and the first week of February, as shown by a Maltese proverb Il-G ...