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Jason,
In the Paleo Hebrew do you know if Wadi is the Ravine or the River, I cant seem to get a firm grip on it.
 

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Wadi" is the Arabic and Hebrew term traditionally referring to a valley. In some instances, it may refer to a dry riverbed that contains water only during times of heavy rain.More at Wikipedia

I was in Israel and walk either in or around a Wadi (it was dry at the time). I'm interested in Jason's thoughts too. I think it's the ravine or valley. The water only flows from a heavy rain so a wadi is like a channel for the water to flow.

Wadi Qelt:
 

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Wadi is also a Persian,dari,farsi,pashto word.
River.wadi kunar,wadi kabol.the kunar and kabul rivers.

But as far as ancient pre chrit advent hebrew I'm ignorant
 
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