Haiku, Hawaii facts for kids
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North Shore Maui with Haiku and Paia neighborhoods
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Haiku (Hawaiian: Haʻikū) is an unincorporated community in Maui County on the island of Maui in the state of Hawaii. For United States Census purposes, it is part of the Haiku-Pauwela census-designated place, which also includes Pauwela.
It was named for the ancient Hawaiian land section of Haʻikū, which is Hawaiian for "talk abruptly" or "sharp break".
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