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Definition of the noun SAMLA

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Samla is a genus of Flabellinidae, described by Bergh in 1900.

Samla is a genus of Incertae sedis, described by Bergh in 1900.

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Google previewJournal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1877)

by Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland

of the Balinese, but it has no reference to religion; saMla is that which belongs to time, and niskdla that which belongs not to ...

Google previewEnglish Khasi Dictionary (1988)

Ba pynthymmai bor kum u samla ; ba kylla samla.

Google previewKhasi-English Dictionary (1906)

by Nissor Singh, Philip Richard Thornhagh Gurdon

Samla, n. a youth. [Imit. samla-samhoi.] SAMMUV * . • SAT Sammut, a. funny, fanciful, exciting. * Hiadi. | % English. * Hindi. .182 , f.

Google previewA historical ... dictionary of the holy Bible (1810)

by John Brown

See Shelah Salami's, peaceful, tossed Salathiel, Shealtiel ; asked of God, loan of God Salem, Salim, Salmon, Salome; peace* able, perfect, reward Samaria, guard , prison Samla, raiment, left hand Samos, sandy Samson, son, service Samuel, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of English Etymology (1865)

Samka, samla, to collect, gather, from the particle sam, in composition equivalent to Lat. con, Gr. ovv; samman, together. Bav. samen, to collect, gather. Sam, sámnat, manipulus.-Gl. in Schm. Sool, Sowl. Anything eaten with bread.—B . The ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Classical Newārī (1995)

by Hans Jørgensen

samla, s. = sala C1 244. sariisay [S.], s. doufr/ H121b.l; ~ yaya to ...

Google previewA Milton Encyclopedia (1983)

by William Bridges Hunter

Major Poems," SAMLA Studies in Milton [1953] : 171-72.) A final point. In accentual-syllabic lines in which the handling of stress is complex — particularly in lines in which trochees occur awkwardly positioned — it is difficult not to think of the ...

Google previewIrish-English Dictionary (1832)

by John O'Brien

Samlaca;-, a sample or pattern. Samla;m, to resemble.

Google previewDictionarium medicum universale: or, a New medical dictionary. Containing an explanation of all the terms used in physic, anatomy ... chymistry, etc (1749)

by John Barrow (teacher of mathematics.)

See SAMlA Terra. TERRA Sz'cula. See BEZOA R Il/Iinerale. TERRA Selinusia. See CE a TA Salinusia. TERRA Sistfiam, offic. earth of striga. It is found in the gold mihes of Mam Acutm, or St. George, near Strigam'um, among very hard tocks.

Google previewA geographical dictionary of England and Wales (1832)

by William Cobbett

Cornwall Sancreed, Cornwall Sancton and Houghton, York Samla)l(Long), York Sandall (Great), York Sand bach, Cheshire Sanderingham, Norfolk Sanderstead ...

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Scrabble value of S1A1M3L1A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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