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gnamma hole

[ nam-uh-hohl ]
/ ˈnæm ə ˌhoʊl /
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noun Australian.
a hollow in bare rock, narrow at the opening and wider at the bottom, in which water collects.
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Also gnamma .
Also called namma hole .

Origin of gnamma hole

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

Words nearby gnamma hole

GMP, GMT, GMTA, GMW, G.N., gnamma hole, gnar, gnarl, gnarled, gnarly, gnash
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British Dictionary definitions for gnamma hole

gnamma hole
/ (ˈnæmə) /

noun
a variant spelling of namma hole
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