from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A mountain range of western Oahu, Hawaii, rising to 1,227.6 m (4,025 ft) at Mount Kaala.
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You'll get a lot more rain over there than we do out here near the Ewa plain, even at 1000' above sea level he says, watching a mild drizzle and overcast skies which hide the Waianae Mountains from view.
Returning from his purification, Kalelealuaka alighted just to the rear of the party, who had not noticed his absence, and becoming impatient at the tedious slowness of the journey, -- for the day was waning, and the declining sun was already standing over a peak of the Waianae Mountains called
Clearing his eye by a fast and prayer, he climbed to the topmost height of the Waianae Mountains and closely scanned the horizon.
The fairways and Bermuda greens are dotted by 90 white sand bunkers, with dramatic views of the Waianae Mountains.