|Title(s)||Goddess of fertility, sorcery and dark powers|
|Sibling(s)||Kāne Milohai, Kā-moho-aliʻi, Nāmaka, Pele, Hiʻiaka|
Kapo is the Hawaiian goddess of fertility, sorcery and dark powers who can assume any shape she wills.
She saved Pele from being raped by Kama-pua'a by sending her flying vagina (kohe lele) as a lure. Kama followed this to Koko Head, Oahu, where it left an imprint. Later Kapo hid it in Kalihi Valley. "When the Hawaiians dream of a woman without a vagina it is Kapo. Unless a medium possessed by Kapo wears a ti leaf protection she is in danger of having this part of her body torn at."
"Kapo, sister of the poison-tree gods of Maunaloa and proficient in the arts of herb medicine and sorcery, teaches Ke-ao-melemele on the dancing field near Waolani in Nu'uanu valley until she can dance in the skies and over the sea." "As Kapo’ulakina’u (Kapo-red-spotted) she was the Kapo invoked by kahuna when sending evil back upon someone."