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1. n., Valley (awaawa).

  • Examples:
    • Used poetically, as follows: Wailuku i ka malu he kuawa, Wailuku in the shelter of the valley.
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2. n., Guava (Psidium guajava 🌐), a low tree, native to tropical America, naturalized in Hawaiʻi; it bears lemon-sized fruits which are commonly made into jelly, jam, juice and sherbet.

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      English.

  • References:
    • Neal 632–3.

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