Do compounds often change the consonants of their parts this way?
Assuming I understood correctly kaikimahine comes from wahine.
Also, is the first element kaiki- a variation of keiki or is it the feminine version?
Kaiki is not a feminine version of keiki. I donʻt know why the sound changes are taking place there, and this is the only compound work I know of where such changes take place.
“The daughter” should also be accepted
Why so long?!