Definition of Masulas

1. Noun. (plural of masula) ¹



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Definition of Masulas

1. masula [n] - See also: masula

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Masulas

masty
masu
masu-seki
masula
masulah
masulahs
masulas (current term)
masurium
masuriums
masus
masutomilite
masuyite
masyu
mat
mat gold
mat slab
mat up
mata mata
mata mata turtle
mata mata turtles
mata matas

Literary usage of Masulas

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1. Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature by John McClintock, James Strong (1876)
"... tbe deformed, the destitute . and by the happy smiles of travellers reposing in Dhar- masulas by the road-side. ..."

2. A Sailor's Life Under Four Sovereigns by Henry Keppel (1899)
"Communication with the shore only by native boats, called masulas. These curious boats are built of mango-wood, caulked with straw and sewn together with ..."

3. A World-pilgrimage by John Henry Barrows (1897)
"... and here are the log boats to which I have referred, or the catamarans, with their projecting outriggers, or the masulas, used in landing passengers, ..."

4. Elementos de histología vegetal y técnica micrográfica: Morfología y by José Madrid Moreno, Apolinar Federico Gredilla (1907)
"... masulas. poli- nias), cada grano origina su tubo, y todos ellos entrecruzados constituyen un haz de filamentos delicados. Desde el estigma pasa el tubo ..."

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