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Kahiko is also used to describe the ancient hula performed often with hawaiian chanting. The chanting tells of stories often of gods and most often tells tales of procreation of the royal lineage which were refereed to as kalani, meaning royal or heaven. For example, the first line of the kahiko chant Ha'u Ha'u E, says "He ma'i no kalani, ha'u ha'u e". It's translated to "A genital song for the royal one, puff puff away".
Contributed by Alexandra Cao