(2) Hoaka - A night of "casting shadows". Fishing would be bad, for ghosts cast shadows and frighten away fish. Excellent night for healing.
(5) Ku Kolu - Low tides
(7 thru 10) 'Ole ku kahi - The seas are rough. Unfortunate for planting, fishing, and healing.
(11) Huna - Good fishing. Planting of root plants and gourds.
(12) Mohalu - Sacred to Lono, akua of vegetation. Flowers planted this night would be round and perfect like the moon.
(14) Akua - Night of Kapu. Night Marchers may be seen.
(16) Mahealani - Night of the Full moon. "Lucky." a good night during which to divine the future.
(17) Kulu - Offerings of first fruits to the akua.
(21 thru 22) 'Ole ku kahi - see above.
(23) 'Ole pau - Offerings and sacrifice made (not human), and prayers said. Good for healing.
(27)Kane - Sacred to the akua after which it is named. Prayers are made to Kane and Lono. no planting or fishing is allowed. No fires are made, and all sound is forbidden. Another night in which Night Marchers are seen. Families who recognize sharks as 'aumakua might choose this day to transfigure their recently deceased relative into sharks.
(28) Lono - Second day of Kane kapu. Prayers for rain. Good for healing and all positive things. Sound was forbidden.
(29) Mauli - Good day for marriage. Tides are low.
(30) Muku - The moon vanishes. Fishing is good but healing is held off until next day.