The government in Hawai’i has changed its name in an effort to make the country sound more like that of an island.
It has been renamed Casamigos in honour of a Native Hawaiian, who died in 1869, and who fought alongside the British in a bloody battle in which many Hawaiians were killed.
The new name, Casamanga, is also a reference to the island’s famous sea turtle.
The name has been in use since 1921, when it was used to describe the island of O’ahu in a document by President Charles Francis Casamagne.
“The term Casamagos was used in 1921 when it became apparent that the island would be called Casamango,” the US Census Bureau said in a statement.
“The name Casamagnos is a pun on the Hawaiian name Taiaa’ana.””
The Hawaiian name was taken by the British government in 1871. “
The name Casamagnos is a pun on the Hawaiian name Taiaa’ana.”
The Hawaiian name was taken by the British government in 1871.
Hawai’i is also known as the ‘Hole Island’ in the United States, and is the home of the state’s national park, the largest in the US, the Grand Canyon, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Its name is also based on the island, which was home to some of the largest populations of the Pacific’s largest species of reef fish, such as the Pacific white coracle, the Hawaiian white corollas, the Hawai’ian white pelican, the Hawaii blue-sided parrot, and the Hawaiian red-eared parrot.
CasamagnOS has also been used as a nickname for Hawai’í, with the island and its residents having been known as Hawai’is since 1873.
In addition to the changes to its name, the Government of Hawai’ia has also changed the official seal on its flag, replacing the previous red, white and blue with green.
It is unclear when the change will be implemented, although some in the public were surprised to learn of it this week.
But the government’s name change was not the only change that has taken place over the past few months.
A new law in the State of Hawaiʻi has come into force to change the title of the islands official name, in order to make it more like the official name of the island.
Under the new title, Casamia, the State Department of Land and Natural Resources will change the official title of Hawai`i from the current title of Casamagos to Casamages.
This will include all Hawaiian names and the words Casamagna and Casamago, as well as the Hawaiian words for sea turtle and sea turtle shell.