[gon-der] /ˈgɒn dər/
a city in NW Ethiopia, N of Lake Tana: a former capital.
[ahm-hahr-uh] /ɑmˈhɑr ə/
a former kingdom in E Africa: now a province in NW Ethiopia.
a member of an agricultural, Amharic-speaking Christian people of central Ethiopia descended from Semites who began conquering the land in the sixth century b.c.
a city in NW Ethiopia: capital of Ethiopia from the 17th century until 1868. Pop: 191 000 (2005 est)
a region of NW Ethiopia: formerly a kingdom
an inhabitant of the former kingdom of Amhara
[gon-dee] /ˈgɒn di/ noun 1. a Dravidian language, the language of the Gonds. /ˈɡɒndɪ/ noun 1. the language or group of languages spoken by the Gonds, belonging to the Dravidian family of languages
[gon-dl-uh or especially for 1, gon-doh-luh] /ˈgɒn dl ə or especially for 1, gɒnˈdoʊ lə/ noun 1. a long, narrow, flat-bottomed boat having a tall, ornamental stem and stern and sometimes a small cabin for passengers, rowed or poled by a single person who stands at the stern, facing forward: used especially on the canals […]
noun 1. a chair or couch back curving forward and downward to form arms.
[gon-dl-et-uh] /ˌgɒn dlˈɛt ə/ noun 1. a small Venetian gondola.