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Ke Aliʻi Kilinahe ( – December 11, 1878) was an alii of the secondary nobles who served under the ruling ali'i nui of the islands of Hawaii, Maui and Oahu, during the Kingdom of Hawaii. He is of the House of Moana and a collateral family of the House of Kamehameha. He performed his hana lawelawe or "service task" under Ka'ahumanu and Kamehameha III, starting as a kāhili bearer and royal attendant. He was brought into the Royal Court by Charles Kanaina to assume all of his duties and responsibilities. He toured Oahu with the Royal Circuit and managed the chief's goods. Kilinahe, in the Hawaiian language, means "light rain".