In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(small hill)loma femininealtozano masculine
- Bisho high-rise buildings dot the horizon and small hillocks surround the village of Masingata, close to King William's Town.
- This is the top of Pole Hill, a wooded hillock in Norman Tebbitt's old stomping round of Chingford.
- To get to the cemetery, Pat and I had to negotiate rivers of mud and hillocks of cows' droppings.
- For no less than three miles this vast upland of hillocks and brows roll on, serried knolls which appear to stretch onwards into infinity.
- Some hillocks look like peaks in deep brown red stretching high into the sky.
- Thus, not all growth hillocks are growth spirals, however; such hillocks are much less common.
- A company of Kurushan archers surrounded the small hillock as their warriors ahead of them drew up their shields.
- There are several hillocks, but the actual summit has a good cairn to reassure you that you have indeed reached the top!
- Night was nearly there, only a thin ribbon of crimson haze touched the brink of the hillocks.
- The hillocks were twice the men's height and wetter even than the grass.
- For example, the mountain that is little more than a hillock may be climbed in an hour.
- All these actions together have helped BT reduce its debt mountain to a small hillock.
- We reached a meadow, a valley amidst hillocks called the Muthankolly Valley.
- The hillock in which the cave lies is wooded and beautiful.
- Strictly speaking this nowhere was situated in a hillock with moor.
- This has given rise to fears whether the hillock, with many folklores about it, would soon vanish from Muttara.
- Le Moulin Rouge is an exotic nightclub situated in Montmartre, a community on the Butte hillock overlooking Paris.
- The great forest spread like a pine-sea over the rolling hillocks and thin meadows of the arctic-like spring.
- Trekking need not necessarily be in hillocks and mountains.
- One common surface microtopographic feature is a growth hillock, a small mound on a crystal face.
2(mound of earth)montículo masculine
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