Iwikauikaua was a Hawaiian high chief of Oʻahu. 
He was a son of the chief Makakaualiʻi  and chiefess Kapukāmola and grandson of Kūkaʻilani.
His wives included Hawaiian Queen Keakamahana.  with whom he had a daughter, Queen Keakealaniwahine.  With Kauākahikuaʻanaʻauakāne (w) he was the father of Kāneikaiwilani (k) who married his half sister Keakealaniwahine. 
He was a grandfather of King Keaweʻīkekahialiʻiokamoku and Queen Kalanikauleleiaiwi.
His kapu was the burning kukui torch at midday, which his descendant Kalākaua used to symbolize his own dynasty.
|Family tree of Iwikauikaua|