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a noria

EtymologyEdit

From Spanish noria, from Arabic نَاعُورَة(nāʿūra), from Classical Syriac ܢܥܘܪܬܐ(nāʿōrtāʾ, water wheel; growler), from ܢܥܪ(nʿar, to roar, growl, bray).

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noria ‎(plural norias)

  1. A water wheel with attached buckets, used to raise and deposit water.
  2. Any machine using buckets to raise water to an aqueduct.

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EtymologyEdit

From Spanish noria, from Arabic نَاعُورَة(nāʿūra), from Classical Syriac ܢܥܘܪܬܐ(nāʿōrtāʾ, water wheel; growler), from ܢܥܪ(nʿar, to roar, growl, bray).

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noria f ‎(plural norias)

  1. noria

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EtymologyEdit

From Arabic نَاعُورَة(nāʿūra), from Classical Syriac ܢܥܘܪܬܐ(nāʿōrtāʾ, water wheel; growler), from ܢܥܪ(nʿar, to roar, growl, bray).

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noria f ‎(plural norie)

  1. noria

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PronunciationEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Arabic نَاعُورَة(nāʿūra), from Classical Syriac ܢܥܘܪܬܐ(nāʿōrtāʾ, water wheel; growler), from ܢܥܪ(nʿar, to roar, growl, bray).

NounEdit

noria f ‎(plural norias)

  1. noria
  2. Ferris wheel

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