Iolani

Meaning : To fly like a hawk, To Fly Like A Hawk,

Origin : Polynesian/Hawaiian,

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Iolani Expression, Iolani Soul Urge, Iolani Inner Dream

urban

Definition funny of Iolani:

urbanIgnore the obviously Punahou-biased definition of Iolani that was previously given. They don't have enough class to present unbiased and objective information. Iolani is one of the top college prepatory schools on the island of Oahu. Punahou is another one of the top schools. but this isn't the place to talk about comparing the two or even discussing the other school, if you want, go to punahou to see their definition. Iolani has a reputation for having very smart students. some are exceptions...but most are decently intelligent and dilligent students. The classes are hard but there are a lot of teachers that really want the students to do well. the downside is that the tuition is expensive and they're stingy as hell with financial aid. Students from Iolani are talented in a variety of fields, not just academics and sports. There are artists, dancers, actors, and skilled musicians and singers as well.

urban(this really happens in real life) "oh, you're from Iolani? you must be smart, yeah?" College is pretty easy because Iolani's AP courses prepared me well. Several prominent individuals have attended Iolani: former mayor Mufi Hannemann, Chinese political leader Sun Yat Sen, athletes like Dave Shoji and Derrick Low, and even a famous Japanese pop singer Angela Aki.

urbanA school that thinks they're better than Punahou. Truth be told, they are nowhere near as good as Punahou, and can't take it like a man when they lose games to them. The school is located in Oahu. Their school colors are as depressing as the school; red and black.

urbanGuy 1: 'Iolani lost to us again.' Guy 2: 'Haha, I know. They're such sore losers, and can't take a loss.'

songs

Songs about Iolani:

songsHe Ma i No Iolani: He Ma'i No Iolani by Halau Hula Ka No'eau (Hawai'i Arts Ensemble) from the Album Hawaii: Traditional Hula

songsAli'i 'Iolani by Makaha Sons Of Ni'Ihau from the Album Ho'oluana

songsHe Ma`i No `iolani by Pekelo Day from the Album Mai Na Kupuna Mai

songsKekahao'iolani by 'Ale'A from the Album Kaulupono

songsAli'i 'Iolani by Kai Davis from the Album Kai Davis Sings Old Hawaiian Favorites

songsIolani by Harry Kalapana from the Album Orchids Of Hawaii - Hawaiian Guitar

songsIolani by Harry Kalapana from the Album Tiki Music - Hawaii - Vol. 1

books

Books about Iolani:

books'Iolani Luahine by Francis Haar (1985)

booksIolani; or, Tahiti as It Was by Wilkie Collins and Ira B. Nadel (Mar 15, 1999)

books'Iolani Palace by Friends of 'Iolani Palace (2000)

booksAll About Love: 'Iolani Palace Impressions by Afael Aisutoaf and Taueva Faotusia (Jun 13, 2013)

booksIoláni; or, Tahíti as It Was: A Romance (Princeton Legacy Library) by Wilkie Collins and Ira B. Nadel (Jul 14, 2014)

books[ IOLANI; OR, TAHITI AS IT WAS: A ROMANCE (PRINCETON LEGACY LIBRARY) ] BY Collins, Wilkie ( Author ) Jul - 2014... by Wilkie Collins (Jul 14, 2014)

booksAli'iolani Hale: A Sentinel in Time by Victoria Nalani Kneubuhl (Jan 1, 2000)

wiki

Wiki information Iolani:

ʻIolani School
School, Organization, Employer, Educational Institution

ʻIolani School, located at 563 Kamoku Street in Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, is a private coeducational college preparatory school serving over 1,800 students. Founded in 1863 by Father William R. Scott, it was the principal school of the former Anglican...

ʻIolani Palace
National Register of Historic Places Location, Listed Site, Building, Structure, Location, Venue, Tourist attraction, Project focus

ʻIolani Palace, in the capitol district of downtown Honolulu in the U.S. state of Hawaiʻi, is the only royal palace now a part of the United States. It was used as an official residence of the reigning Hawaiian sovereign and is now a National...