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A jali

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Gujarati જાળી (jāḷī).

NounEdit

jali (plural jalis)

  1. A stone screen, perforated or latticed, usually with a geometrical ornamental pattern, used in Indian and Islamic architecture.

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AromanianEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From a Common Slavic žalĭ.

NounEdit

jali

  1. sadness, grief, distress

BandjalangEdit

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NounEdit

jali

  1. tree
    • 1892, H. Livingstone, A short Grammar and Vocabulary of the Dialect spoken by the Minyuġ People, in John Fraser (ed.) An Australian Language
      Burre—the top of a tree; with this compare ćulle, ‘the barrel’ or ‘trunk’ of a tree; ... Ćulle is also a general name for a ‘tree.’ It often means ‘logs’ lying down, and ‘firewood’; e.g., kulga ćulle wébȧragai, ‘cut wood for the fire.’

DalmatianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin illī, nominative masculine plural of ille.

PronounEdit

jali m pl (masculine singular jal)

  1. (third-person masculine plural pronoun) they

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