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n., Valley, gulch, ravine.

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1. s., The opposite of mauna. Ios. 9:1. A valley; he kahawai; a low, level place with high ground on each side. Nah. 24:6.

2. The space between two prominences.

3. The space between the fingers of the hand and the toes of the feet.

4. The space between the branches of a river; he wahi poopoo loihi, a long deep place. See .

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awāwa

/ ā-wā'-wă / Haw to Eng, Parker,

n., A depression of the earth's surface; level or low land between hills or mountains; a valley.

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