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[nuh-mah-kwuh-land] /nəˈmɑ kwəˌlænd/
an arid coastal region in the S part of Namibia, extending into the Cape of Good Hope province of the Republic of South Africa, divided by the Orange River into two regions, one in Namibia (Great Namaqualand) the other in South Africa (Little Namaqualand) inhabited by the Nama.
a semiarid coastal region of SW Africa, extending from near Windhoek, Namibia, into W South Africa: divided by the Orange River into Little Namaqualand in South Africa, and Great Namaqualand in Namibia; rich mineral resources. Area: 47 961 sq km (18 518 sq miles) Also called Namaland (ˈnɑːməˌlænd)
- Great national pike
noun See National Road
noun 1. a town on NW Long Island, in SE New York.
[greyt] /greɪt/ adjective, greater, greatest. 1. unusually or comparatively large in size or dimensions: A great fire destroyed nearly half the city. 2. large in number; numerous: Great hordes of tourists descend on Europe each summer. 3. unusual or considerable in degree, power, intensity, etc.: great pain. 4. wonderful; first-rate; very good: We had a […]
[greyt-nef-yoo, -nev-yoo] /ˈgreɪtˌnɛf yu, -ˌnɛv yu/ noun 1. a son of one’s nephew or niece; grandnephew. noun 1. a son of one’s nephew or niece; grandson of one’s brother or sister