gnamma


gnamma
gnam·ma

English syllables. 2014.

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  • gnamma — noun A rock hole, capable of holding water, formed by weathering …   Wiktionary

  • gnamma — [ namə] noun Austral. a natural hole in a rock in which rainwater collects. Origin from Nyungar …   English new terms dictionary

  • gnamma — n. (also namma) Austral. a natural hole in a rock, containing water; a waterhole. Etymology: Aboriginal …   Useful english dictionary

  • gnamma hole — (gə)ˈnamə noun Etymology: gnamma from native name in Australia : a hollow or hole eroded or indented in solid rock of Australian deserts that sometimes contains water …   Useful english dictionary

  • gnamma hole — /nam euh/, Australian. a hollow in bare rock, narrow at the opening and wider at the bottom, in which water collects. Also called namma hole. [1900 05; < Nyungar namma] * * * …   Universalium

  • gnamma hole — /ˈnæmə hoʊl/ (say namuh hohl) noun a depression in rock, especially granite, forming a natural reservoir. Also, namma hole. {Australian Aboriginal; Nyungar ngama + hole} …   Australian English dictionary

  • Нама* — (gnamma, namma)GnammaNamma, у австралийских аборигенов слово для обозначения источника или естественного углубления в скале, содержащего воду …   Страны мира. Словарь

  • namma hole — /nam euh/, Australian. See gnamma hole. [ < Nyungar nama] * * * namma hole same as ↑gnamma hole * * * namma hole var. gnamma hole …   Useful english dictionary

  • Panhole — Example of panholes, which go by a variety of names, in Jura, France …   Wikipedia

  • Wangai — Wangai, Wongai or Wankai is the name given by themselves to the 26 Aboriginal groups of the Goldfields of Western Australia. It comes from the word meaning Speaker . The people of this grouping made use of the resources of the following… …   Wikipedia


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