I hope not, that would require taking a serious look at the film.
Moana is set in the eponymous Polynesia, which is not only a very familiar place for many Westerners, but it is also one of many Polynesian islands that have been included in Disney’s The Jungle Book because they are also part of the Walt Disney Co.’s animated series, so that’s not really an excuse.
Also, Moana is a Polynesian film.
The name “Kalaamu” in Hawaiian might stand for “Little King Moana” and then Moana (or “Moana” as in the island in the film).
A Native American film that’s more widely known as “Moana.”
In fact, it has been rumored that the title of Moana as a movie was first mooted to be something more like “Moana.”
The film’s first trailer was released this summer, and for a movie that’s supposedly about the mythical, mythical story of Moana, I’d guess it’s a fairly obvious name.
But there are ways to go out of the movie without calling it that, and one of them involves replacing the entire word “Nui” (the name of the Polynesian tribe) with “Moa” (the name of the film) and “Moana” with “Moana.”
“Moana” is also an official name used for the Pacific Island nation of Polynesia, including it’s islands and archipelagos. The name “Polynesia” is also used by a group of countries in the Pacific Rim TV series, as is the name of the fictional island of Oahu.
So, why the name change? I have no idea, as I can’t find an article to confirm it.
There’s a rumor that the word “Moana,” originally used in Polynesian languages for “the island” or “the land,” has the exact same meaning in the English language.
The Polynesian culture, specifically the Moa people, were named “the Moa” because they had a unique language and way of life, not unlike the Hawaiian language, but the word Moa can be used for other nations of Polynesia like Tahitians — the term “Tahito” can be used for Tahitians on the island of Hawaii.
So “Moana” might just come from a name for the Polynesians,
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