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Waiʻalae

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Stream, falls, and mountain (3,600 feet high), Waimea district, Kauaʻi. Mountain (1,357 feet high), section 39 (map 6), country club, school, and avenue, Honolulu, said to be named for a spring. Literally, mudhen water.

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Beach park (4.4 acres), Honolulu, Oʻahu. The park is on the shore of the Waiʻalae land division. The park is also located within the community of Kāhala and is commonly called Kāhala Beach Park. Literally, mudhen water. From the name of a spring near the shore that was reserved for Hawaiian royalty.

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