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Līloa was the 12th Ali'i Aimoku of Hawai'i (ca. 1465- 1495) who was the common ancestor of a dynasty of kings on Hawai'i who intermarried and gave rise to a number of the royal houses of Hawaii. He is treated in an almost legendary fashion for the daring strength of leadership, military prowess and divine power (" mana") attributed to him and his successors.

Consequently it is the progenitor house for a number of the latter subsidiary royal houses of Hawaii.