She had been married and was then a widow; gua was not her true name.
Le Breton then carried the undertaking to a certain abb, gua de Malves.
gua de Malves (b. 1712) seems to have been a man of a busy and ingenious mind.
guaccaiarima means, therefore, the flea of the island; gua being the article in their language.
But words signifying kindred, have their termination usually in gua also, for which see section 16.
To a small river which they found in the vicinity they gave the name of gua, in honour of de Monts.