09303008-n 'a local and well-defined elevation of the land';
Albanian kodër
Bulgarian хълм , баир , височина
Catalan turó , puig , tossal
Chinese (simplified) 小山 , 山冈 , 山丘 ,
Danish bakke
Greek λόφος
English hill33 ( )
Basque gain , mendixka , muino
Finnish mäki , kukkula , kumpu
French colline , montagne
Galician cuíña , lomba , lombo , outeiro
Hebrew גִּבְעָה
Croatian brdo
Indonesian bukit
Icelandic holt , hóll , bjalli , hörgur , kollur , trantur , alda , hvarf , þröskuldur , hryggur , ás , leiti , hávaði , háls , hæð
Italian colle , collina , poggio , montuosità
Japanese , , , 陵丘 , ヒル , 丘陵 , 丘岡 , 高丘 , 高岡
Dutch heuvel
Nynorsk bakke
Bokmål bakke
Polish pagórek , górka , wzgórze , wzgórek
Portuguese colinas , barranco , monte , chegarterra , ladeira , morro , montanha , Morros , colina , montanhas
Romanian deal
Slovak kopec , vrch , hora , pahorok
Slovene grič , vzpetina , hrib
Spanish colina , collado , otero
Swedish kulle
Thai เนิน
Malaysian bukit
Definitions
Greek
μικρό βουνό
Romanian
Formă de relief pozitivă care se prezintă ca o ridicătură a scoarței pământului mai mică decât muntele, dar mai mare decât colina.
Japanese
土地の部分的な、はっきりした隆起 ― 彼らはウエストバージニアのを歩き回ることを愛した
English
a local and well-defined elevation of the land ― they loved to roam the hills of West Virginia
Italian
modesta altura che non supera i cinquecento metri
Albanian
një lartësim lokal i terrenit
Relations
Hyponym: butte foothill knoll tor
Hypernym: natural_elevation
Instance: areopagus breed's_hill calvary capitol_hill cheviots cotswolds flodden nilgiri_hills palatine pennines san_juan_hill seven_hills_of_rome zion
Meronym–Part: hillside
Semantic Field: objectn
External Links

SUMO: = Hill

TempoWN: (Past: 0.000; Present: 0.134; Future: 0.000)

SentiWN: (+0.00 -0.00) MLSentiCon: (+0.12 -0.00)


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