from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Of, relating to, or indigenous to the Himalaya Mountains.
- noun A variety of the Persian cat having long white fur with dark markings on the face, ears, feet, and tail.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Of or belonging to the Himalayas, a mountain-chain on the borders of British India and Tibet, and extending through Cashmere, Nepâl, etc. It contains the highest known summits in the world.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Of or pertaining to the Himalayas, the great mountain chain in Asia.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective Of or relating to the
- adjective figuratively huge,
gigantic, enormously large
- noun An inhabitant of the
- noun A
domestic cat breedsimilar to (and, in some places, considered a variety of) the Persianbreed.
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- adjective of or relating to the Himalayas
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Much is devoted in Himalayan Dhaba to birth, but beyond that, little is seen of parents and children interacting with each other.
Aris, joins him in Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, where he tutors royal family and heads Translation Department.
He also pointed out the curious fact that all the drainage from Mount Everest, north, south, east and west, eventually finds its way south, that from the north and east passing through the main Himalayan chain, to the Ganges river, and so to the Bay of Bengal, even though the Brahmaputra river is only about 100 miles to the north.
Krisanne Johnson for The Wall Street Journal The home's bathroom is paneled in Himalayan silk marble.
Fortunately there's a new natural remedy that requires the natural demise of another species called Yarsagumbu, aka Himalayan Viagra.
This is one of the conclusions of the think tank Strategic Foresight Group in its to-be-launched study titled The Himalayan Challenge, Water Security in Emerging Asia.
These subtropical forests were then defined as the Himalayan Subtropical Broadleaf Forests.
The hillmen call the Himalayan species the _Ban Bakra_, which means the jungle goat.
Between 10,000 and 6000 feet are woods of the beautiful and charming conifer called the Himalayan cedar, which is allied to the cedar of Lebanon.
The _C. humilis_ is known as the Himalayan crocus.