ʻĀina Haina

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ʻĀina Haina is a residential community developed around Kalanianaole Highway east of Waikīkī and Diamond Head on the island of Oʻahu. ʻĀina Haina was named after local dairyman and owner of Hind-Clarke Dairy, Robert Hind. ʻĀina Haina in the Hawaiian language means "Hind's Land" and a primary street in the neighborhood, the Hind Drive loop, is named after him. ʻĀina Haina has two elementary schools (Aina Haina Elementary School and Holy Nativity School) and a shopping center.

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