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- Ponor is a village in the municipality of Pale, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
- Ponor is a village in the municipality of Pirot, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 379 people.
- Ponor is a village in the municipality of Knjaževac, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 144 people.
Ponor: A ponor is a natural surface opening that may be found in landscapes where the geology and the geomorphology is characterized by some kind of karst.
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Ponor: A ponor is a natural surface ...
by John Gunn
The only permanent sea ponor in the world is the sea mill of Argostoli, located on Kefalonia Island in the Ionian Sea (Greece) (Glanz, 1965). When an open stream flows through a karst terrain, the surface water frequently sinks underground ...
An Irish-English Dictionary (1904)
Being a Thesaurus of Words, Phrases and Idioms of the Modern Irish Language, with Explanations in English by Patrick Stephen Dinneen
See ponor'nAo. 'prmémeaé, -01$e, a., jestingly. See ponor'nmoeaé, 1c. rsnomeaéc, -A,f-, jesting, jeering, jibing.
by Philip Kearey
ponor. ponor A Slav term for a stream sinkhole or swallow hole found in limestone areas. Ponors are found in Yugoslavian poljes and blind valleys. [HAV] pool and riffle sequence The development of alternating deep (pool) and shallow (riffle) ...
Croatian-English Dictionary (1917)
With Correct Pronounciation [!] by Francis Aloysius Bogadek
Zdrijelo, ponor, n. gulf (galf), abyss (abi's) Zdrkljaj, n. gulp (galp), sip (sip) Zeci, v. to burn (tu bo'rn) Zedja, n. thirst (torst) Zedjati, v. to be thirsty (tu bi tS'rsti) Zedjati za cime, v. to thirst for (tu to'rst fo'r), ...
An Encyclopedia of the World's Geographic Features by Joyce A. Quinn, Susan L. Woodward
Ponor: Opening in a sinkhole depression where ...
Jo. Christiani Biel, ... Novus thesaurus philologicus; sive Lexicon in 70. et alios interpretes et scriptores apocryphos Veteris Testamenti. Ex B. auctoris Mscto edidit ac praefatus est E.H. Mutzenbecher, ... Pars prima [-tertia] (1779)
Pars Prima A-E
»"ponor. Mop», inconveniem. Ingratum. Intempejlívum , informe. Vid. alibi ”омар: даров. 116.90; Juf», onooouuoomouomooooooo B. BA'AA , nomen idoli Sidoniorum дюз", а Reg .
by Michael Allaby
ponor A natural opening in some 'karst landscapes through which a lake or stream flows partially or completely underground. pool- and-riffle ...
Lexicon Graecum (1539)
by Andrew Goudie
to refer both to dolines and to depressions where streams sink underground, which in Europe are described by separate terms (including ponor, swallow hole, and streamsink) ...
Encyclopædia metropolitana; or, Universal dictionary of knowledge, ed. by E. Smedley, Hugh J. Rose and Henry J. Rose. [With] Plates (1845)
by Edward Smedley
Ponor Petropaulowska Puio Condore . Prince's Island . Pulo Penang . . . Popayan Possession Bay . Portsmouth . . . Plymouth Portland Perpignan Pavia Piacenza Parma Pesara Prague Palma Port Francois Quito Authority. Humboldt Beitler Le ...
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