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Valam is a village as well as municipality, or Village Development Committee, in the Kaski District of the Gandaki Zone of northern-central Nepal.
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by Arthur Henry Fox-Strangways
A valam is a covered boat in which yon may balance yourself during the day on a semicircular roof and watch a slowly moving panorama of palms, Chinese fishing nets, wheel pumps, and naked children, and at night recline inside making ...
New Perspectives on Maritime Trade by K.S. Mathew
Valam kezhu Muchiri: Valam means wealth or resource, and the town of Muchiri was very wealthy. The idea of rich, wealthy Muchiri is often repeated by the poets. In many of the poems, Muchiri is labelled as a symbol of wealth. In this poem ...
The Essential Reader's Guide by Robert Stanek
Valam Alder Prince Valam. Governor of South Province .
by Vijaya Ramaswamy
Tamil Isai Valam [Wealth of Tamil Music]. Madurai: Madurai Kamarajar University, 1985. Tirumurugan, R. Yalisai Yennangal [Reflections on Music]. Madurai: Manikkavasagar Pathippagam, 1998. Religion Manikkavelu ...
Dictionary of Volapük (1889)
Volapük-English, English-Volapük by Marshall William Wood
valam. Elector: valel; sevalel; valaplin. Electoral college : sevalef. Electorate : valaplinub. Electric : lektinik. Electric bell : lektinaglok. Electrify, to : lektinon Electrician : lektinel. Electricity: lektin; leflum. Electrization : lektinam.
by William Falconer
Peskizlowers valam, flying top-gallzmta] S. PZRRUCHE, the mizen-top-gallantail. PERTUIS, a dam, or channel of water, confined by a fluice. PERTUISANE, n sort of pike or halbert, used to defend a ship from being boarded. PESER, to hang ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
Origins: From valamcandam (valam "right side" and candam "tuber," referring to the growth of the tuber) or balamtan- dam, the Malayalam names in Kerala. See van Rheede in Hortus Indicus Malabaricm. 1 1: t.
A Dictionary of the Puk'hto, Pushto, Or Language of the Afghans; with Remarks on the Originality of the Language (1860)
A Valam, s.rm. (2nd) Grief, affliction, anguish, pain. Pl. &J) alamūnah. J!," a-maral, verb trans. To part, to separate, to detach, to disunite, to segregate, etc. Pres.
A Dictionary of the Economic Products of India: pt. 1. Pachyrhizus to Rye. pt. 2. Sabadilla to Silica. pt. 3. Silk to Tea. pt. 4. Tectona to Zygophillum (1893)
by Sir George Watt
Kaippam-patilam, pata- valam, pipatolam, ...
by J. S. Forsyth
Also called Orya, Balanda, Valam'da. The beech-tree. The fruit and interior bark of this tree, Fagus sylvatica; foliis ovatis, obsolete serratis, of Linnaeus, are occasionally used medicinally, the former in obstinate head-ache, and the latter in the ...
A-Devo by Amaresh Datta
and Tamil mulakkam and Moli valam (Essays on philology).
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