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gnamma hole

[ nam-uh hohl ]

noun

, Australian.
  1. a hollow in bare rock, narrow at the opening and wider at the bottom, in which water collects.


gnamma hole

/ ˈnæmə /

noun

  1. a variant spelling of namma hole


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Word History and Origins

Origin of gnamma hole1

First recorded in 1895–1900; from Nyungar ŋamma, ŋama “a natural well in rock” + hole

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