Noria

A noria (ناعورة, nā‘ūra, from ܢܥܘܪܐ, nā‘urā) is a machine for lifting water into a small aqueduct, either for the purpose of irrigation or, in at least one known instance, to feed seawater into a saltern. ==Types== There are three types of noria. The most common examples consist of a vertical wheel which is slung with a chain of...
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Noria

• (n.) A large water wheel, turned by the action of a stream against its floats, and carrying at its circumference buckets, by which water is raised and discharged into a trough; used in Arabia, China, and elsewhere for irrigating land; a Persian wheel. • (n.) A large water wheel, turned by the action of a stream against its floats, and c...
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noria

(from the article `technology, history of`) ...of Europe until after the Roman period. Elsewhere, in the drier climates of North Africa and Spain, the Romans were responsible for extensive ...
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noria

noun a water wheel with buckets attached to the rim; used to raise water for transfer to an irrigation channel
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Noria

No'ri·a noun [ Spanish , from Arabic nā'...ra .] A large water wheel, turned by the action of a stream against its floats, and carrying at its circumference buckets, by which water is raised and discharged into a trough; used in Arabia, China, and elsewhere for irrigating land; a Persian whe...
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Noria

The white grape variety is a new breed between Riesling x Sémillon, The crossing took place at the Slovak Oenology Research Center in Velky Krtis. Of the variety protection was granted in 2002. The late-ripening vine is resistant to frost but prone to Botrytis, It produces fresh white wines with fine acidity and citrus flavor. The cultivated area ...
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noria

[n] - a water wheel with buckets attached to the rim
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