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nuggar

/ (ˈnʌɡə) /
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noun
a sailing boat used to carry cargo on the Nile
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Word Origin for nuggar

from Arabic
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How to use nuggar in a sentence

  • A year ago an escort of five or six soldiers used to accompany each nuggar either coming up or down.

    General Gordon|Seton Churchill
  • A regular Nile reis, with his crew of four natives, would never have stuck the nuggar there.

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