Qomolangma


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Qomolangma

(ˈtʃəʊməʊˌlɑːŋmə)
n
(Placename) a Chinese name for (Mount) Everest
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Two popular brands in China are Qomolangma Glacier, sourced from a supposedly protected reserve linked to Mount Everest, on the border with Nepal, and 9000 Years, named after the assumed age of its glacial source.
Officials with Qomolangma nature reserve said the reserve now has 2,550 species of plants, compared to 2,348 in 1988 when it was established.
The line will probably have to go through Qomolangma [Tibetan name for Everest] so that workers may have to dig some very long tunnels," engineering expert Wang Mengshu told the newspaper.
Depredation Management Handbook: environmentally and socially responsible livestock-predator damage control measures for Qomolangma Nature Reserve Tibet.
MORE accurately known as Qomolangma by the Tibetans and Sagarmatha by the Nepalese, the mountain was named Everest by the British.
Signature tourist destinations include the world's highest peak Mount Qomolangma, the sacred lake Nam Co and Tibetan Buddhism heritage sites such as Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple and Zhaxi Lhunbo Monastery.
If possible, I want to challenge Qomolangma again from the Chinese side when I am 80," he said, using the Tibetan name of Everest.
Mount Everest, is also called Chomolungma or Qomolangma in Tibetan, which translates as "Mother of the Universe" or "Goddess of the Mother Earth" or Sagarmatha in Nepali, which means "Goddess of the Sky".
Everest is 29,028ft high, or 8848 metres The Tibetan name for the mountain is Chomolungma or Qomolangma, translated as Mother of the Universe or Goddess Mother of the Snows.
Mount Qomolangma (also known as Mount Everest), the highest point in the world, is located between China and Nepal.