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v. To stretch out, as a head-land; to project, as a cape. See LAPA.

s. A ridge of land between two ravines. See LAPA, s.

Kualapa (kū'-ă-lā'-pa), n.

/ kū'-ă-lā'-pa / Parker Haw to Eng,

A ridge of land between two ravines. Syn: Lapa.

Kualapa (kū'-ă-lā'-pa), v.

/ kū'-ă-lā'-pa / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To stretch out, as a headland; to project, as a cape.

2. To be ridgy. See lapa.

Kualapa (ku'a-lā'pă):

/ ku'a-lā'pă / Parker Haw to Eng,

a lateral ridge. Land section, Honuaula. Maui.

Land area, Hanalei district, Kauaʻi. Land section near Ke-one-ʻōʻio, East Maui. Lit., ridge (referring to an inexhaustible sweet potato garden with heaped-up earth whose owner had talked to the farming god Maka-liʻi).

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