[nahy-ag-ruh, -ag-er-uh] /naɪˈæg rə, -ˈæg ər ə/
a river on the boundary between W New York and Ontario, Canada, flowing from Lake Erie into Lake Ontario. 34 miles (55 km) long.
Fort, a fort in W New York, at the mouth of the Niagara River.
(lowercase) anything taken as resembling Niagara Falls in force and relentlessness; avalanche:
a niagara of criticism.
a river in NE North America, on the border between W New York State and Ontario, Canada, flowing from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario. Length: 45 km (28 miles)
waterfall from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario, from a town name, perhaps from an Iroquoian language and meaning “a neck” (between two bodies of water); general sense of “a cataract, torrent” is attested from 1841; meaning ” ‘shower’ of ringlets (true or false) in women’s hair” is from 1864, also known as cataract curls.
noun 1. the falls of the Niagara River: in Canada, the Horseshoe Falls, 158 feet (48 meters) high; 2600 feet (792 meters) wide; in the U.S., American Falls, 167 feet (51 meters) high; 1000 feet (305 meters) wide. 2. a city in W New York, on the U.S. side of the falls. 3. a city […]
noun 1. a light bluish green.
[nahy-ag-ruh-on-th uh-leyk, -awn-, -ag-er-uh] /naɪˈæg rə ɒn ðəˈleɪk, -ɔn-, -ˈæg ər ə/ noun 1. a town in SE Ontario, in S Canada, on Lake Ontario, at the mouth of the Niagara River, on the border between Canada and New York.
[nee-uh] /ˈni ə/ noun 1. a limestone cave in Sarawak, Borneo, the site of the discovery of one of the earliest anatomically modern Homo sapiens skulls, dated c38,000 b.c.