Definition of Gondwana in English:

Gondwana

Line breaks: Gon|dwana
Pronunciation: /ɡɒnˈdwɑːnə
 
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(also Gondwanaland)

Origin

late 19th century (originally denoting any of a series of rocks in India, especially fluviatile shales and sandstones): from the name of a region in central northern India, from Sanskrit goṇḍavana 'forest of Gond'.

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