The name for white people in Hawaii. Half of them are stupid ass mainlanders and the other half are cool people.
Dat stupid haole girl better get one tan.
by DaGirlInDa808 August 10, 2003
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A shameful race of hideous, rotten-toothed, ass-licking barbarians. Generations of imbreeding have rendered most of them illiterate. In the Hawaiian language, 'haole' simply means foreigner; being that the white savages were the first and most foreign creatures that the Hawaiians had ever seen, and being that the white devils were the foreigners who had the most contact with the
Hawaiians in the period following Captain Cook's bumbling expedition, the term 'haole' (foreign) became fixed to this parasite.

The misconception that haole means 'no breath' or 'souless' is a European invention, where the white man is just being honest about his inadequacies, although violating Hawaiian grammar.
Tourist: God damn. What the hell is that smell? Did you step in monkey shit?
Zookeeper: No, that's just the haoles.
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Haole is a Hawaiian word used when Captain Cook arrived in Hawai'i. Ha, meaning breath and ole derived from a'ole, meaning no. Captain Cook did not exchange breaths like Hawaiians usually do as a greeting.

The term haole is used to state a fact or in a derogatory sense. Most Hawaiians are now part haole and some referred to as "mixed plate" because they have numerous nationalities.
Fact: "Whoa, 'Ola is choke haole. But he still one moke. CHEE PONO!"
Wow, Keola's heritage contains a high percentage of white ancestry. On the contrary, he is very much Hawaiian. YEAH!

Derogatory: "WAT U FUCKIN HAOLE!"
Run cuz u gonna get yo ass kicked FAKA!
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Derogatory slang in Hawaii for white person, but was first merely the name for the Caucasian foreigners immigrating to Hawaii in the early 19th century coined by Captain James Cook. Racial tensions are highlighted in Haole Boy: The Adoption of Diversity by Lanakila Michael Achong.
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1) a foreigner, more specifically a white person from the mainland
2) any white person, whether they are locally born or born on the "mainland"
3) "Ha" means breath, "ole" derives from "a'ole" which means no; literally means "no breath" in reference to white foreigners who came to the Hawaiian islands and refused to participate in the ritual greeting involving exchanging breath.
Ho brah, look at all the haoles, they are taking ova the aina.
by Bonnie S. October 06, 2005
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