HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The Hawaiian word of the day is Kalehuawehe.
Kalehuawehe is a surf spot on Oahu's south shore in the ahupuaa of Waikiki.
A story tells of the chief, Piikoi going surfing at Kalehuawehe wearing a lehua lei, which he gave away to a chiefess who surfed with him. Lehua refers to the lei Piikoi was wearing and wehe to open or untie.
The surf spot Kalehuawehe is better known as Castles today.