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n., Stream, creek, river; valley, ravine, gulch, whether wet or dry.

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s. Kaha, a small stream, and wai, water. A brook; a rivulet; a water course; a cascade; a stream with frequent rapids; any small stream. Kanl. 8:7.

Kahawai (kă'-hă-wă'i), n.

/ kă'-hă-wă'i / Parker Haw to Eng,

[Kaha, cut, and wai, water.]

1. A brook; a rivulet; a water course; a cascade; a stream with frequent rapids; any small stream.

2. A ravine, wet or dry; any channel formed by water or through which water flows.

Kahawai (kă'hă-wā'i):

/ kă'hă-wā'i / Parker Haw to Eng,

brook or stream. Land section, Waialua. Oahu.

Support park, Sunset Beach, Oʻahu. Across Kamehameha Highway from the beach between Ke Iki and Ke Waena Roads. Lit., stream.

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