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Kūkaʻilani was a Hawaiian chief, a father of the Queen Kaikilani, aliʻi nui of Hawaiʻi. He was also a father of Makakaualiʻi.
He was a son of Kealiʻiokaloa and married Kaʻohukiokalani. The marriage between Kūkaʻilani and Kaʻohukiokalani was a half-brother/half-sister union.
Abraham Fornander wrote about him:
His son Makakaualiʻi married Kapukāmola, daughter of Princess Kanakeawe, and had a son called Iwikauikaua.