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Biography[E ho'opololei | edit source]

Actors, dancers and models[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Bernhardt, Sarah
  2. Chaplin, Charlie
  3. Dietrich, Marlene
  4. Monroe, Marilyn

Artists and architects[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Corbusier, Le
  2. Dalí, Salvador
  3. Dürer, Albrecht
  4. Gogh, Vincent van
  5. Goya, Francisco
  6. Hokusai, Katsushika
  7. Kahlo, Frida
  8. Leonardo da Vinci
  9. Matisse, Henri
  10. Michelangelo
  11. Picasso, Pablo
  12. Raphael
  13. Rembrandt
  14. Rubens, Peter Paul
  15. Sinan
  16. Velázquez, Diego
  17. Warhol, Andy
  18. Wright, Frank Lloyd

Authors, playwrights and poets[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Abu Nuwas
  2. Bashō
  3. Borges, Jorge Luis
  4. Byron, George
  5. Cervantes, Miguel de
  6. Chaucer, Geoffrey
  7. Chekhov, Anton
  8. Dante Alighieri
  9. Dickens, Charles
  10. Dostoyevsky, Fyodor
  11. García Márquez, Gabriel
  12. von Goethe, Johann Wolfgang
  13. Hafez
  14. Homer
  15. Hugo, Victor
  16. Joyce, James
  17. Kafka, Franz
  18. Kālidāsa
  19. Li Bai
  20. Mahfouz, Naguib
  21. Molière
  22. Nabokov, Vladimir
  23. Ovid
  24. Proust, Marcel
  25. Pushkin, Alexander
  26. Shakespeare, William
  27. Sophocles
  28. Tagore, Rabindranath
  29. Tolstoy, Leo
  30. Twain, Mark
  31. Virgil

Composers and musicians[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Armstrong, Louis
  2. Bach, Johann Sebastian
  3. Beatles, The
  4. Beethoven, Ludwig van
  5. Brahms, Johannes
  6. Chopin, Frédéric
  7. Dvořák, Antonín
  8. Handel, Georg Frideric
  9. Mahler, Gustav
  10. Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
  11. Piaf, Edith
  12. Puccini, Giacomo
  13. Presley, Elvis
  14. Schubert, Franz
  15. Stravinsky, Igor
  16. Tchaikovsky, Petr
  17. Umm Kulthum
  18. Verdi, Giuseppe
  19. Vivaldi, Antonio
  20. Vysotsky, Vladimir
  21. Wagner, Richard

Explorers and Travelers[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Amundsen, Roald
  2. Armstrong, Neil
  3. Cartier, Jacques
  4. Columbus, Christopher
  5. Cook, James
  6. Cortés, Hernán
  7. Gagarin, Yuri
  8. da Gama, Vasco
  9. Ibn Battuta
  10. Magellan, Ferdinand
  11. Polo, Marco
  12. Zheng He

Film directors and screenwriters[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Bergman, Ingmar
  2. Disney, Walt
  3. Eisenstein, Sergei
  4. Fellini, Federico
  5. Hitchcock, Alfred
  6. Kubrick, Stanley
  7. Kurosawa, Akira
  8. Ray, Satyajit
  9. Spielberg, Steven

Inventors, scientists and mathematicians[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Archimedes
  2. Avicenna
  3. Berners-Lee, Tim
  4. Copernicus, Nicolaus
  5. Curie, Marie
  6. Darwin, Charles
  7. Edison, Thomas
  8. Einstein, Albert
  9. Euclides
  10. Euler, Leonhard
  11. Faraday, Michael
  12. Fermi, Enrico
  13. Fibonacci
  14. Ford, Henry
  15. Fourier, Joseph
  16. Galen
  17. Galileo Galilei
  18. Gauss, Carl Friedrich
  19. Gutenberg, Johannes
  20. Joule, James Prescott
  21. Kepler, Johannes
  22. al-Khwarizmi, Muhammad ibn Musa
  23. Leibniz, Gottfried
  24. Linnaeus, Carl
  25. Maxwell, James Clerk
  26. Mendeleev, Dmitri
  27. Newton, Sir Isaac
  28. Pasteur, Louis
  29. Planck, Max
  30. Rutherford, Ernest
  31. Schrödinger, Erwin
  32. Tesla, Nikola
  33. Turing, Alan
  34. Watt, James

Philosophers and social scientists[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Aristotle
  2. Confucius
  3. Beauvoir, Simone de
  4. Chanakya
  5. Chomsky, Noam
  6. Descartes, René
  7. Freud, Sigmund
  8. Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
  9. Ibn Khaldun
  10. Kant, Immanuel
  11. Keynes, John Maynard
  12. Laozi
  13. Locke, John
  14. Machiavelli, Niccolò
  15. Marx, Karl
  16. Nietzsche, Friedrich
  17. Plato
  18. Rousseau, Jean-Jacques
  19. Sartre, Jean-Paul
  20. Sima Qian
  21. Smith, Adam
  22. Socrates
  23. Voltaire
  24. Weber, Max
  25. Wittgenstein, Ludwig
  26. Zhu Xi

Political leaders[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Akbar the Great
  2. Alexander the Great
  3. Ashoka the Great
  4. Atatürk, Mustafa Kemal
  5. Augustus
  6. Ben-Gurion, David
  7. von Bismarck, Otto
  8. Bolívar, Simón
  9. Bonaparte, Napoleon
  10. Caesar, Julius
  11. Charlemagne
  12. Churchill, Winston
  13. Constantine the Great
  14. Cyrus the Great
  15. de Gaulle, Charles
  16. Elizabeth I of England
  17. Gandhi, Mohandas Karamchand
  18. Genghis Khan
  19. Guevara, Che
  20. Hitler, Adolf
  21. Joan of Arc
  22. Keller, Helen
  23. King, Martin Luther, Jr.
  24. Lenin, Vladimir
  25. Louis XIV
  26. Luxemburg, Rosa
  27. Mandela, Nelson
  28. Mao Zedong
  29. Nehru, Jawaharlal
  30. Nkrumah, Kwame
  31. Peter I of Russia
  32. Qin Shi Huang
  33. Roosevelt, Franklin D.
  34. Saladin
  35. Stalin, Joseph
  36. Suleiman the Magnificent
  37. Sun Yat-Sen
  38. Tamerlane
  39. Umar
  40. Washington, George

Religious figures and theologians[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Abraham
  2. Aquinas, Thomas
  3. Augustine of Hippo
  4. Buddha
  5. al-Ghazali
  6. Jesus
  7. Luther, Martin
  8. Moses
  9. Muhammad (kekahi kepela)
  10. Saint Paul

Philosophy and psychology[E ho'opololei | edit source]

Philosophy[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Philosophy
  2. Beauty
  3. Dialectic
  4. Ethics
  5. Epistemology
  6. Feminism
  7. Free will
  8. Knowledge
  9. Logic
  10. Mind
  11. Reality
  12. Truth

Psychology[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Behavior
  2. Emotion
  3. Love
  4. Psychology
  5. Thought

Religion[E ho'opololei | edit source]

World view and religion[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. God
  2. Mythology
  3. Worldview philosophies
    1. Atheism
    2. Fundamentalism
    3. Materialism
    4. Monotheism
    5. Polytheism
  4. Soul
  5. Religion
  6. Specific religions
    1. Buddhism
    2. Christianity
      1. Catholicism
    3. Confucianism
    4. Hinduism
      1. Shiva
    5. Islam
      1. Shia Islam
    6. Jainism
    7. Judaism
    8. Sikhism
    9. Taoism
    10. Zoroastrianism
  7. Spiritual practices
    1. Sufism
    2. Yoga
    3. Zen

Social sciences[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Society
  2. Civilization
  3. Education

Family and relationships[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Family
  2. Child
  3. Man
  4. Marriage
  5. Woman

Politics[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Politics
  2. Anarchism
  3. Colonialism
  4. Communism
  5. Conservatism
  6. Democracy
  7. Dictatorship
  8. Diplomacy
  9. Fascism
  10. Globalization
  11. Government
  12. Ideology
  13. Imperialism
  14. Liberalism
  15. Marxism
  16. Monarchy
  17. Nationalism
  18. Republic
  19. Socialism
  20. Sovereign state
  21. Political party
  22. Propaganda
  23. Terrorism

Business and economics[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Economics
  2. Capital
  3. Capitalism
  4. Currency
    1. Euro
    2. Japanese yen
    3. United States dollar
  5. Industry
  6. Money
  7. Tax

Law[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Law
  2. Constitution

International organizations[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. African Union
  2. Arab League
  3. ASEAN
  4. Commonwealth of Independent States
  5. Commonwealth of Nations
  6. European Union
  7. International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement
  8. NATO
  9. Nobel Prize
  10. OPEC
  11. United Nations
    1. International Court of Justice
    2. International Monetary Fund
    3. UNESCO
    4. Universal Declaration of Human Rights
    5. World Health Organization
  12. World Bank Group
  13. World Trade Organization

War and military[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Civil war
  2. Military
  3. Peace
  4. War

Social issues[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Abortion
  2. Capital punishment
  3. Human rights
  4. Racism (kekahi kepela)
  5. Slavery

Language and literature[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Language
  2. Specific languages
    1. Arabic
    2. Bengali (kekahi kepela)
    3. Chinese
    4. English (kekahi kepela)
    5. Esperanto
    6. French (kekahi kepela)
    7. German
    8. Greek
    9. Hebrew (kekahi kepela)
    10. Hindi
    11. Japanese
    12. Latin
    13. Persian (kekahi kepela)
    14. Russian (kekahi kepela)
    15. Sanskrit
    16. Spanish (kekahi kepela, kekahi kepela 2)
    17. Tamil
    18. Turkish (kekahi kepela)
  3. Linguistics
  4. Grammar
  5. Word
    1. Noun
    2. Verb
  6. Alphabet
    1. Arabic alphabet
    2. Chinese character
    3. Cyrillic alphabet
    4. Greek alphabet
    5. Hangul
    6. Latin alphabet
    7. Letter
  7. Literacy
  8. Writing
  9. Literature
    1. Prose
    2. Fiction
      1. One Thousand and One Nights
    3. Novel
      1. Dream of the Red Chamber
      2. The Tale of Genji
    4. Poetry
      1. Epic of Gilgamesh
      2. Iliad
      3. Mahābhārata
      4. Shāhnāma

Science[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Science
  2. Nature

Astronomy[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Astronomy
  2. Asteroid
  3. Big Bang
  4. Black hole
  5. Comet
  6. Galaxy
    1. Milky Way
  7. Light year
  8. Moon
  9. Planet
    1. Earth
    2. Jupiter
    3. Mars (kekahi kepela)
    4. Mercury
    5. Neptune
    6. Saturn
    7. Uranus
    8. Venus
  10. Solar system (kekahi kepela)
  11. Star
    1. Sun
  12. Universe

Biology[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Biology
  2. Biological materials
    1. DNA
    2. Enzyme
    3. Protein (kekahi kepela)
  3. Botany
  4. Death
    1. Suicide
  5. Ecology
    1. Endangered species
  6. Domestication
  7. Life
  8. Biological classification
    1. Species

Biological processes[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Metabolism
    1. Digestion
    2. Photosynthesis
    3. Respiration (physiology)
  2. Evolution
  3. Reproduction
    1. Pregnancy
    2. Sex

Anatomy[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Anatomy
  2. Cell
  3. Circulatory system
    1. Blood
    2. Heart
  4. Endocrine system
  5. Gastrointestinal tract
    1. Large intestine
    2. Small intestine
    3. Liver
  6. Integumentary system
    1. Breast
    2. Skin
  7. Muscle
  8. Nervous system
    1. Brain
    2. Sensory system
      1. Ear
      2. Nose
      3. Eye
  9. Reproductive system
  10. Respiratory system
    1. Lung
  11. Skeleton

Health and medicine[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Medicine
  2. Addiction
  3. Alzheimer's disease
  4. Cancer
  5. Cholera
  6. Common cold
  7. Dentistry
  8. Disability
    1. Blindness
    2. Hearing impairment
    3. Mental disorder
  9. Disease
  10. Pharmaceutical drug
  11. Ethanol
  12. Nicotine
    1. Tobacco
  13. Health
  14. Headache
  15. Heart attack
  16. Malaria
  17. Malnutrition
  18. Obesity
  19. Pandemic
  20. Penicillin
  21. Pneumonia
  22. Poliomyelitis
  23. Sexually transmitted disease
    1. AIDS
  24. Stroke
  25. Tuberculosis
  26. Diabetes mellitus
  27. Virus
    1. Influenza
    2. Smallpox

Organisms[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Organism
  2. Animal
    1. Arthropod
      1. Insect
        1. Ant
        2. Bee
        3. Mosquito
      2. Spider
    2. Chordate
      1. Amphibian
        1. Frog
      2. Bird
        1. Chicken
        2. Pigeons and doves
      3. Fish
        1. Shark
      4. Mammal
        1. Camel
        2. Cat
        3. Cattle
        4. Dog
        5. Elephant
        6. Horse
        7. Domestic sheep
        8. Lion
        9. Pig
        10. Primate
          1. Human
        11. Whales, dolphins and porpoises
      5. Reptile
        1. Dinosaur
        2. Snake
  3. Archaea
  4. Bacteria
  5. Fungus
  6. Plant
    1. Flower
    2. Tree
  7. Protist

Chemistry[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Chemistry
  2. Biochemistry
  3. Chemical compound
    1. Acid
    2. Base (chemistry)
    3. Salt
  4. Chemical element
    1. Periodic table
    2. Aluminium
    3. Carbon (kekahi kepela)
    4. Copper
    5. Gold (kekahi kepela)
    6. Helium
    7. Hydrogen
    8. Iron
    9. Neon
    10. Nitrogen
    11. Oxygen
    12. Silver
    13. Tin
    14. Zinc
  5. Organic chemistry
    1. Alcohol
    2. Carbohydrate
    3. Hormone
    4. Lipid
  6. Molecule

Weather, climate and geology[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Avalanche
  2. Climate
    1. El Niño-Southern Oscillation
    2. Global warming
  3. Earthquake
  4. Geology
    1. Mineral
      1. Diamond
    2. Plate tectonics
    3. Rock
  5. Natural disaster
    1. Tsunami
  6. Volcano
  7. Weather
    1. Cloud
    2. Flood
    3. Rain
      1. Acid rain
      2. Snow
    4. Tornado
    5. Tropical cyclone

Physics[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Physics
  2. Acceleration
  3. Atom
  4. Energy
    1. Conservation of energy
  5. Electromagnetic radiation
    1. Infrared
    2. Ultraviolet
    3. Light
      1. Color
  6. Classical mechanics
  7. Force
    1. Electromagnetism
      1. Magnetic field
    2. Gravitation
  8. Length
  9. Magnet
  10. Mass
  11. Metal
    1. Steel
  12. Nuclear fission
  13. Phase (matter)
    1. Gas
    2. Liquid
    3. Plasma
    4. Solid
  14. Quantum mechanics
  15. Radioactive decay
  16. General relativity
  17. Special relativity
  18. Semiconductor
  19. Sound
  20. Speed
    1. Speed of light
  21. Time
  22. Thermodynamics

Measurement and units[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Measurement
  2. Joule
  3. Kilogram
  4. Litre
  5. Metre
  6. Newton
  7. International System of Units
  8. Volt
  9. Watt
  10. Second
  11. Kelvin

Timekeeping[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Calendar
    1. Gregorian calendar
  2. Century
  3. Day
  4. Month
  5. Time zone
  6. Week
  7. Year

Foodstuffs[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Food
  2. Bread
  3. Cereal (kekahi kepela)
    1. Barley
    2. Maize
    3. Oat
    4. Rice
    5. Rye
    6. Sorghum
    7. Wheat
  4. Cheese
  5. Chocolate
  6. Honey
  7. Fruit
    1. Apple
    2. Banana
    3. Grape
    4. Soybean
    5. Lemon
    6. Nut (fruit)
  8. Meat
  9. Sugar
  10. Vegetable
    1. Potato

Beverages[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Beer
  2. Wine
  3. Coffee
  4. Milk
  5. Tea
  6. Water
  7. Juice

Mathematics[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Mathematics
  2. Algebra
  3. Arithmetic (kekahi kepela)
  4. Axiom
  5. Calculus
  6. Geometry
    1. Circle
      1. Pi
    2. Square
    3. Triangle
  7. Group theory
  8. Mathematical proof
  9. Number
    1. Complex number
    2. Integer
    3. Natural number
    4. Prime number
    5. Rational number
  10. Infinity
  11. Set theory
  12. Statistics
  13. Trigonometry

Technology[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Technology
  2. Biotechnology
  3. Clothing
    1. Cotton
  4. Engineering
    1. Lever
    2. Pulley
    3. Screw
    4. Wheel
  5. Agriculture
    1. Irrigation
    2. Plough
  6. Metallurgy
  7. Nanotechnology

Communication[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Communication
  2. Book
  3. Information
    1. Encyclopedia
  4. Journalism
    1. Newspaper
    2. Mass media
  5. Printing
  6. Telephone

Electronics[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Electronics
    1. Electric current
    2. Frequency
  2. Components
    1. Capacitor
    2. Inductor
    3. Transistor
    4. Diode
    5. Resistor
    6. Transformer

Computers and Internet[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Computer (kekahi kepela)
    1. Hard disk drive
    2. Central processing unit
    3. Random-access memory
  2. Artificial intelligence
  3. Information technology
    1. Algorithm
  4. Internet
    1. E-mail
    2. World Wide Web
  5. Operating system
  6. Programming language
  7. Computer software

Energy and fuels[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Energy (society)
  2. Renewable energy
  3. Electricity
    1. Nuclear power
  4. Fossil fuel
  5. Internal combustion engine
  6. Steam engine
  7. Fire

Raw materials[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Glass
  2. Paper
  3. Plastic
  4. Wood

Transportation[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Transport
  2. Aircraft
  3. Automobile
  4. Bicycle
  5. Boat
  6. Ship
  7. Train

Weapons[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Weapon
  2. Explosive material
    1. Gunpowder
  3. Firearm
    1. Machine gun
  4. Nuclear weapon
  5. Sword
  6. Tank

Arts and recreation[E ho'opololei | edit source]

At least three sentences on:

  1. Culture
  2. Art
    1. Comics
    2. Painting
    3. Photography
    4. Sculpture
      1. Pottery
  3. Dance
  4. Fashion
  5. Theatre
  6. Calligraphy

Architecture and civil engineering[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Architecture
  2. Arch
  3. Bridge
  4. Canal
  5. Dam
  6. Dome
  7. House
  8. Specific structures
    1. Aswan Dam
    2. Burj Dubai
    3. Colosseum
    4. Great Wall of China
    5. Eiffel Tower
    6. Empire State Building
    7. Hagia Sophia
    8. Parthenon
    9. Giza pyramid complex
    10. St. Peter's Basilica (kekahi kepela)
    11. Statue of Liberty
    12. Taj Mahal
  9. Pyramid
  10. Tower

Film, radio and television[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Film
    1. Animation
      1. Anime
  2. Radio
  3. Television

Music[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Music
  2. Song
  3. Specific music genres
    1. Blues
    2. Classical music
      1. Opera
      2. Symphony
    3. Electronic music
    4. Flamenco
    5. Hip hop
    6. Jazz
    7. Reggae
    8. Rock music
    9. Samba
  4. Specific musical instruments
    1. Drum
    2. Flute
    3. Guitar
    4. Piano
    5. Trumpet
    6. Violin

Recreation[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Game
    1. Backgammon
    2. Chess
    3. Go (game)
  2. Gambling
  3. Martial arts
    1. Karate
    2. Judo
  4. Olympic Games
  5. Sport
    1. Track and field athletics
    2. Auto racing
    3. Baseball
    4. Basketball
    5. Cricket
    6. Association football
    7. Golf (kekahi kepela)
    8. Ice hockey
    9. Tennis
  6. Toy

History and geography[E ho'opololei | edit source]

History[E ho'opololei | edit source]

This section is for events and periods in human history and prehistory. At least five sentences on:

  1. History

Prehistory and ancient world[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Prehistory
  2. Stone Age
  3. Bronze Age
  4. Iron Age
  5. Mesopotamia
  6. Ancient Egypt
  7. Ancient Greece
  8. Roman Empire
  9. Han Dynasty
  10. Gupta Empire

Middle Ages and Early Modern[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Abbasid Caliphate
  2. Age of Enlightenment
  3. Aztec
  4. Byzantine Empire
  5. Crusades
  6. Holy Roman Empire
  7. Hundred Years' War
  8. Middle Ages
  9. Mongol Empire
  10. Ming Dynasty
  11. Ottoman Empire
  12. Protestant Reformation
  13. Thirty Years' War
  14. Renaissance
  15. Tang Dynasty

Modern[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. American Civil War
  2. Apartheid
  3. British Empire
  4. Cold War
  5. Cultural Revolution
  6. French Revolution
  7. Great Depression
  8. The Holocaust
  9. Industrial Revolution
  10. Nazi Germany
  11. Meiji Restoration
  12. Russian Revolution (1917)
  13. Qing Dynasty
  14. Treaty of Versailles
  15. Vietnam War
  16. World War I
  17. World War II

Geography[E ho'opololei | edit source]

This section is for geographical concepts and for specific places.

  1. Geography
  2. Capital
  3. Town
  4. Continent
  5. Desert
  6. North Pole
  7. Ocean
  8. Rainforest
  9. River
  10. Sea
  11. South Pole

Continents and major regions[E ho'opololei | edit source]

At least three sentences on each.

  1. Africa (kekahi kepela)
  2. Antarctica
  3. Asia (kekahi kepela)
  4. Europe
  5. Middle East
  6. North America
  7. Oceania
  8. South America

Countries[E ho'opololei | edit source]

Eventually, there should be articles on most or all of the 243 countries listed at List of countries. However, for the smaller Wikipedias, some of the more high-priority countries to have articles on are:

  1. Afghanistan (kekahi kepela)
  2. Algeria (kekahi kepela)
  3. Argentina
  4. Australia (kekahi kepela, kekahi kepela 2)
  5. Austria (kekahi kepela)
  6. Bangladesh
  7. Brazil (kekahi kepela)
  8. Canada
  9. People's Republic of China
  10. Democratic Republic of the Congo
  11. Cuba (kekahi kepela)
  12. Egypt (kekahi kepela, kekahi kepela 2)
  13. Ethiopia
  14. France (kekahi kepela)
  15. Germany
  16. Greece
  17. India
  18. Indonesia
  19. Iran (kekahi kepela)
  20. Iraq (kekahi kepela)
  21. Republic of Ireland (kekahi kepela)
  22. Israel
  23. Italy (kekahi kepela)
  24. Japan
  25. Mexico
  26. Netherlands
  27. Nigeria
  28. New Zealand
  29. Pakistan
  30. Poland
  31. Russia (kekahi kepela)
  32. Portugal (kekahi kepela)
  33. Saudi Arabia (kekahi kepela)
  34. South Africa (kekahi kepela)
  35. South Korea (kekahi kepela)
  36. Spain (kekahi kepela)
  37. Sudan
  38. Switzerland (kekahi kepela)
  39. Tanzania
  40. Thailand
  41. Turkey (kekahi kepela)
  42. Ukraine
  43. United Arab Emirates
  44. United Kingdom
  45. United States
  46. Vatican City
  47. Vietnam
  48. Venezuela

Cities[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Amsterdam (kekahi kepela)
  2. Athens (kekahi kepela)
  3. Baghdad
  4. Bangkok (kekahi kepela)
  5. Beijing
  6. Berlin (kekahi kepela)
  7. Bogotá
  8. Brussels (kekahi kepela)
  9. Buenos Aires
  10. Cairo (kekahi kepela)
  11. Cape Town
  12. Damascus (kekahi kepela)
  13. Delhi
  14. Dhaka
  15. Hong Kong
  16. Istanbul
  17. Jakarta
  18. Jerusalem (kekahi kepela)
  19. Karachi
  20. Kinshasa
  21. Kolkata (kekahi kepela)
  22. Lagos
  23. Los Angeles
  24. London (kekahi kepela, kekahi kepela 2)
  25. Madrid (kekahi kepela)
  26. Mecca
  27. Mexico City
  28. Moscow
  29. Mumbai
  30. Nairobi
  31. New York City
  32. Paris (kekahi kepela)
  33. Rio de Janeiro
  34. Rome (kekahi kepela)
  35. Saint Petersburg (kekahi kepela)
  36. São Paulo
  37. Seoul
  38. Shanghai (kekahi kepela)
  39. Singapore
  40. Sydney
  41. Tehran
  42. Tokyo
  43. Vienna
  44. Washington, D.C.

Bodies of water[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Amazon River
  2. Arctic Ocean (kekahi kepela)
  3. Atlantic Ocean (kekahi kepela)
  4. Baltic Sea (kekahi kepela)
  5. Black Sea
  6. Caribbean Sea (kekahi kepela)
  7. Caspian Sea
  8. Congo River
  9. Danube (kekahi kepela)
  10. Dead Sea
  11. Ganges
  12. Great Barrier Reef
  13. Great Lakes
  14. Indian Ocean
  15. Indus River
  16. Lake Baikal
  17. Lake Tanganyika
  18. Lake Victoria
  19. Mediterranean Sea
  20. Mississippi River
  21. Niger River
  22. Nile
  23. North Sea
  24. Pacific Ocean
  25. Panama Canal
  26. Rhine (kekahi kepela)
  27. Suez Canal
  28. Southern Ocean
  29. Volga River
  30. Yangtze River

Mountains, valleys and deserts[E ho'opololei | edit source]

  1. Alps
  2. Andes (kekahi kepela)
  3. Himalayas
  4. Mount Kilimanjaro
  5. Mount Everest
  6. Rocky Mountains
  7. Sahara