Definition of Ghilgais

1. ghilgai [n] - See also: ghilgai



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ghilgais

ghettoised
ghettoises
ghettoising
ghettoization
ghettoizations
ghettoize
ghettoized
ghettoizes
ghettoizing
ghettos
ghey
ghi
ghibli
ghiblis
ghilgai
ghilgais (current term)
ghillie
ghillie suit
ghillied
ghillies
ghis
ghit
ghits
ghoast
ghole
gholes
ghost
ghost-town
ghost at the feast
ghost band

Literary usage of Ghilgais

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1. Austral English: A Dictionary of Australasian Words, Phrases, and Usages by Edward Ellis Morris (1898)
"ghilgais vary from 20 to 100 yards in diameter, and are from five to ten feet deep. They differ from Claypans (qv), in being more regular in outline and ..."

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