[nam-uh] /ˈnæm ə/
a hollow in bare rock, narrow at the opening and wider at the bottom, in which water collects.
a variant spelling of namma hole
[nahr] /nɑr/ verb (used without object), gnarred, gnarring. 1. to snarl; growl.
[nahrl] /nɑrl/ noun 1. a knotty protuberance on a tree; knot. verb (used with object) 2. to twist into a knotted or distorted form. [nahrl] /nɑrl/ verb (used without object) 1. to growl; snarl. /nɑːl/ noun 1. any knotty protuberance or swelling on a tree verb 2. (transitive) to knot or cause to knot /nɑːl/ […]
[nahrld] /nɑrld/ adjective 1. (of trees) full of or covered with ; bent; twisted. 2. having a rugged, weather-beaten appearance: a gnarled old sea captain. 3. crabby; cantankerous. [nahrl] /nɑrl/ noun 1. a knotty protuberance on a tree; knot. verb (used with object) 2. to twist into a knotted or distorted form. [nahrl] /nɑrl/ verb […]
[nahr-lee] /ˈnɑr li/ adjective, gnarlier, gnarliest. 1. . 2. Slang. distasteful; distressing; offensive; gross: a comic noted for his gnarly humor. /ˈnɑːlɪ/ adjective 1. another word for gnarled 2. (NZ, informal) good; great 3. (surfing, slang) difficult and dangerous adj. 1829, “knotted and rugged,” from gnarl (see gnarled) + -y (2). Picked up 1970s as […]