Origin of Himalayas
OTHER WORDS FROM HimalayasHim·a·la·yan, adjectivesub-Him·a·la·yan, adjectivetrans-Him·a·lay·an, adjective
How to use Himalayas in a sentence
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The huge range of mountains, of which the Himalaya forms the chief part, is by far the greatest mountain range in the world.
There is no part of the world where lofty mountains exist at all comparable with the Himalaya.
In climbing the great peaks of the Himalaya, the difficulties are far greater than those of less lofty ranges.
Nowhere in any mountain land does Nature offer the good things of the wilds with more prodigal hand than in the Himalaya.
The mountaineer also encounters dangers in the Himalaya, on the same scale as the difficulties.
British Dictionary definitions for Himalayas
Cultural definitions for Himalayas
Mountain range in Asia, extending east through Pakistan, India, China (Tibet), Nepal, and Bhutan.