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Etymology edit

From Malay wahah, from Arabic واحة(wāḥa), from Coptic ⲟⲩⲁϩⲓ (ouahi), from Demotic wḥj, from Egyptian

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(wḥꜣt). Doublet of oase and oasis.

Noun edit

wahah (first-person possessive wahahku, second-person possessive wahahmu, third-person possessive wahahnya)

  1. a fertile area in the desert;
    Synonyms: oasis, oase

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From Arabic واحة(wāḥa).

Noun edit

wahah (Jawi spelling واحة‎, plural wahah-wahah, informal 1st possessive wahahku, 2nd possessive wahahmu, 3rd possessive wahahnya)

  1. oasis

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