Origin of ria
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Contemporary Examples of ria
Historical Examples of ria
I had thought she was a mort,” said I; “but the ria of a Romany chal is always sacred to me.Danger! and Other Stories
Arthur Conan Doyle
But I wasn't a pup, so I headed straight for Ria's flat to face the music.
That Ria had to die to achieve her happiness is of no real importance.
Sometimes, though, when I look at Ria's picture, it's hard to be practical.
"Come and see," said 'Ria, giving me one hand, while she stroked Silvertoes with the other.Aunt Madge's Story
Word Origin for ria
from Spanish ria "estuary, river mouth" (adopted as a geological term first in German, 1886), from Latin ripa "stream bank" (see riparian).