IPA: wˈɑdi


  • A valley, gully, or stream bed in northern Africa and southwest Asia that remains dry except during the rainy season.
  • A town in Kalaburagi district, Karnataka, India.
  • A city in Nagpur district, Maharashtra, India.

Examples of "wadi" in Sentences

  • The prehistory of Wadi Kubbaniya.
  • They served as lower cities near the wadi.
  • He disapproves of Wadi's kleptomaniac ways.
  • KV59 is located in the wadi leading to KV34.
  • As such, the term is similar to the word wadi.
  • Springs of water are also common in this wadi.
  • The name of this location is today wadi Sharma.
  • It is the best known wadi of the Sharqiyah region.
  • Nearby was a dry riverbed, what the locals called a wadi.
  • It taps groundwater from the wadi alluvium and some from the bedrock.
  • The city is located along the Wadi Merdum, on both sides of the arroyo.
  • The wadi was a shallow, broad valley a mile and a half east of the waterhole.
  • The Amritsari wadi is more complex than our sandage, apart from being huge in comparison!
  • The wadi was the smooth roadway that would lead them down on to the flat alluvial plain of the river.
  • I started to move down, and as I did so, the horizon on the opposite side of the wadi was a lot easier to see.
  • Girgaon comprised Girgaon woods and also boasted of coconut and mango groves and vast areas of plantations called wadi in Marathi.
  • Suralichi wadi is one of those things that can seem quite difficult to make if one has never made it before but my mother shared her recipe for making it in the microwave oven.
  • Suralichi wadi is served cold or at room temperature, making it the perfect snack for hot days, but of course that should not stop anyone from making/eating it during any other weather.

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