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tuladi

[ too-luh-dee ]

noun

, Canadian.
, plural (especially collectively) tu·la·di, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) tu·la·dis.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of tuladi1

First recorded in 1840–50, from Canadian French touladi, perhaps of Algonquian origin, e.g., Mi'kmaq, or of Athabascan origin, e.g., Chipewyan

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Example Sentences

Their wide-winged mother, hunting away on Tuladi, hunted with more joyous heart.

Two separate parties were now formed, the one to proceed up Temiscouata Lake, the other to ascend the Tuladi.

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