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(ˈnʌlə) or


(Physical Geography) a ravine, esp in southern Asia
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or na•la

(ˈnʌl ə)

n., pl. -lahs or -las. (esp. in S Asia)
a gully or ravine.
[1770–80; < Hindi nālā brook, ravine]
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