Crossword clues for gula
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Gula \Gu"la\, n.; pl. L. Gul[AE], E. Gulas. [L., the throat, gullet.]
The upper front of the neck, next to the chin; the upper throat.
A plate which in most insects supports the submentum.
(Arch.) A capping molding. Same as Cymatium.
n. 1 The upper front of the neck, next to the chin; the upper throat. 2 (context zoology English) A plate which in most insects supports the submentum. 3 (context architecture English) A capping moulding; a cymatium.
Gula is a crater on Ganymede. It is a fresh crater with a distinctive central peak. It is about 40 km (25 miles) in diameter.
A characteristic feature of both Gula and its southern neighbor Achelous, almost identical in size, is the "pedestal" − an outward-facing, relatively gently sloped scarp that terminates the continuous ejecta blanket. Similar features may be seen in ejecta blankets of Martian craters, suggesting impacts into a volatile (ice)-rich target material. Furthermore, both craters appear crisp and feature terraces. Gula has a prominent central peak; Achelous instead may show the remnant of a collapsed central peak or a central pit that is not fully formed. On lower-resolution images taken under higher sun illumination angle, both craters are shown to have extended bright rays, especially Achelous, which demonstrates that these two craters are younger than the respective surrounding landscape.
Gula may refer to:
- Gula (surname), which see for a list of people of that name
- Gula (crater), a crater on Ganymede
- Gula (ethnic group), a tribal people living in western Liberia
- "Gula", a song by EDM artist Deadmau5 from the 2014 album "while (1<2)"
- Gullah, a people of African origin living on the islands and coastal regions of Georgia and South Carolina
Nintinugga, Babylonian goddess of health
- Kudurru of Gula, a boundary stone for the goddess
- Gula Mons, a volcano on Venus
- Gula language (disambiguation), several African languages
- Gula, Latin name for the vice of gluttony, one of the Seven Deadly Sins
- Gula, Malay name for the sugar in Malaysia.
Gula is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Jiří Gula (born 1989), Czech ice-hockey player
- Leonardo Gula (born 1914), Argentine boxer
- Qamar Gula, Afghan singer
- Sharbat Gula (born ca. 1972), Afghan woman who was the subject of a famous December 1984 photograph by journalist Steve McCurry that was on the cover of the June 1985 issue of National Geographic Magazine
Usage examples of "gula".
He was wondering how one hid a full-sized horse who was too lame to run, but Gula seemed to have forgotten this problem.
So Gula had really meant it when he said he was going to carry water today!
Ludo remembered, in one awful flash, all that Gula had told him about the Twins and the terrible Far Shooter.
Only then did Ludo remember the paper Gula had given him, with all the signs of the houses in order.
It was a map of the heavenly calendar, showing these signs, which Gula gave to Ludo to guide him on his journey.
DJ booth and the rest splashed up against the wall of the trendy Gula Gula restaurant.
Lancé miradas de gula hacia los animales parecidos a ciervos que se apartaban de mí en cuanto me acercaba, considerando la posibilidad de hacerme un buen asado, aunque ignoraba cómo capturarlos y matarlos.
He put on a hooded cloak and pretended to be Gulas, which wasn't too difficult, given that Elith was again full of dwa, and only barely in touch with reality.
After all, she did go wild under the influence of dwa, and she did make an attempt on the life of an Elf she believed to be Gulas.