native american word for canadian goose. Thus... the symbol of wawa convenience stores is a canadian goose.
wawas are both convenience stores and territorial birds.
by meltinyourhand July 18, 2004
A Small Northern Ontario Community near the North Shore of Lake superior; rumoured to be Ojibway for "Land of the Goose". Known for its large plaster gooses erected around town. Home of NHL players Denny Lambert and Chris Simon. Originally Wawa was a trading post untill it became a gold mining town when William Teddy discovered gold in Wawa Lake. Other substances such as iron ore have also previously been mined from different sites in and around the Wawa area.
On the greyhound, "When you see the big goose you know you're there"
Visiting over night, "There are only two bars in Wawa?"
Telling someone you live in wawa, "You mean Pettiwawa?" "no, Wawa, W-A-W-A,"
by katie Mitrikster February 06, 2007
Also a bomb little convenience store in the northeast, wawa is the sound that a Goose makes, hence it's symbol (a goose in flight) before that shit went corporate. It is also the native american word for a Canadian Goose, but that's just a coincidence, since wawa is cool and wouldn't have any of their shit to with Canada.

Wawa has also become the popular choice of white college students, who would rather buy fresh hoagies late night from n-word (plural) than stale hot dogs from a-rabs at sev.
Goose #1: wawa

Goose #2: wawa

Guy with a gun: POW
by daves related to a goat October 09, 2006
A town in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Currently planned to be served by a proposed extension of the R3 rail line.
I bet it will take 20 or so years for SEPTA to extend the R3 a mere three miles from Elwyn to Wawa.
by Omega Death December 30, 2004
A small community in Ontario, Canada.
Stompin' Tom Connors wrote a song about Wawa.
by miked February 24, 2005

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