[ too-luh-dee ]
/ ˈtu lə di /
noun, plural (especially collectively) tu·la·di, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) tu·la·dis.Canadian.
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Origin of tuladi
First recorded in 1840–50, from Canadian French touladi, perhaps of Algonquian origin, e.g., Micmac, or of Athabaskan origin, e.g., Chipewyan
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Example sentences from the Web for tuladi
Their wide-winged mother, hunting away on Tuladi, hunted with more joyous heart.The Kindred of the Wild|Charles G. D. Roberts
Two separate parties were now formed, the one to proceed up Temiscouata Lake, the other to ascend the Tuladi.A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents: Tyler|Compiled by James D. Richardson