Definition of Adalia
1. Noun. A port city in southwestern Turkey on the Gulf of Antalya.
Generic synonyms: City, Metropolis, Urban Center, Port
Group relationships: Republic Of Turkey, Turkey
2. Noun. Genus of ladybugs.
Generic synonyms: Arthropod Genus
Group relationships: Coccinellidae, Family Coccinellidae
Member holonyms: Adalia Bipunctata, Two-spotted Ladybug
Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Adalia Images
Lexicographical Neighbors of Adalia
Literary usage of Adalia
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Anatolica; Or, The Journal of a Visit to Some of the Ancient Ruined Cities by Edwin John Davis (1874)
"... in the Pavement—Ruins at the Foot of the Pass—The Plain of adalia —Its ... Magnificent Ranges of Mountains opposite adalia—Climax—Solyma—Bey ..."
2. Handbook for Travellers in Asia Minor, Transcaucasia, Persia, Etc. by Sir Charles William Wilson, John Murray (Firm) (1895)
"61) in 14 hrs., and one returning to adalia can ... a short distance further there is an ascent to the terraced plain of adalia by an ancient road. ..."
3. Travels in Lycia, Milyas, and the Cibyratis: In Company with the Late Rev. E by Thomas Abel Brimage Spratt, Edward Forbes (1847)
"adalia is the largest and most important city on the southern coast of Asia Minor. ... The population of adalia is about thirteen thousand, of whom three ..."
4. Handbook to the Mediterranean: Its Cities, Coasts and Islands. For the Use by Robert Lambert Playfair, John Murray (Firm) (1892)
"adalia, at the head of the Gulf of Pamphylia, is beautifully situated round a ... The extensive rains of Ferge, 3 hrs. from adalia, can be visited in a day. ..."
5. A Journal Written During an Excursion in Asia Minor by Charles Fellows (1839)
"... of Pamphylia —adalia—Visit to the Pasha—Botany—Excursion to ancient Cities, ... Return to adalia—Domestic manners of a Greek Family—Departure. ..."
6. Catalogue of Drawings by British Artists and Artists of Foreign Origin by Laurence Binyon (1900)
"the city, mountain ranges rising into a buM rooky mass 1., and stretching r. to Iho plain of adalia, the long sweep of the coast and the sea. ..."