Himalayan


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Him·a·lay·an

 (hĭm′ə-lā′ən, hĭ-mäl′yən)
adj.
Of, relating to, or indigenous to the Himalaya Mountains.
n.
A variety of the Persian cat having long white fur with dark markings on the face, ears, feet, and tail. Also called colorpoint Persian.
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Himalayan

(ˌhɪməˈleɪən)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to the Himalayas or their inhabitants
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Adj.1.Himalayan - of or relating to the Himalayas; "Himalayan peaks"
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Translations

Himalayan

[ˌhɪməˈleɪən] ADJdel Himalaya, himalayo
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Himalayan

adjHimalaya-, des Himalaya; Himalayan stateHimalayastaat m
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References in classic literature ?
The pass was crowned with dense, dark forest--deodar, walnut, wild cherry, wild olive, and wild pear, but mostly deodar, which is the Himalayan cedar; and under the shadow of the deodars stood a deserted shrine to Kali--who is Durga, who is Sitala, who is sometimes worshipped against the smallpox.
The Himalayan black bear, moody and suspicious--Sona, who has the V-shaped white mark under his chin--passed that way more than once; and since the Bhagat showed no fear, Sona showed no anger, but watched him, and came closer, and begged a share of the caresses, and a dole of bread or wild berries.
The villagers saw the outline of the barasingh stalking like a shadow through the dark forest behind the shrine; saw the minaul, the Himalayan pheasant, blazing in her best colours before Kali's statue; and the langurs on their haunches, inside, playing with the walnut shells.
Then I heard the anguished bellow of a Himalayan cow-one of the little black crummies no bigger than Newfoundland dogs.
"This parlour is not his sphere," I reflected: "the Himalayan ridge or Caffre bush, even the plague-cursed Guinea Coast swamp would suit him better.
"Well, I've known it pretty cold before now in Italy and even in India, up on the Himalayan slopes.
Keywords: Himalayan Monal pheasant, Distribution, Population, Neelum valley, Salkhala Game Reserve, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan.
Talking to a Pakistan Television (PTV) channel she said, Pink Himalayan salt is a type of salt that's naturally pink in color and mined near the Himalayas in Pakistan.
Talking to a Pakistan Television (PTV) channel she said, Pink Himalayan salt, a type of salt that is naturally pink in color and mined near the Himalayas in Pakistan.
Summary: Mussoorie (Uttarakhand)[India], July 28 (ANI): Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and other state leaders on Sunday arrived for the 'Conclave of the Himalayan States' here.
Volunteers have been working to pull up the Himalayan Balsam in the county as part of the Shropshire Wildlife Trust's river project.
Steve and Heather Bond, from Pant Glas, say a field close to their home is now over-run with the Himalayan Balsam.