Unkar

adjective Un·kar \ˈəŋˌkär\

Definition of Unkar

  1. :  of, relating to, or constituting the lower division of the Algonkian rocks in the Grand Canyon region, Arizona, consisting mainly of sandstone with some limestone and conglomerate and forming a layer nearly 7000 feet in thickness

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Origin and Etymology of unkar

from the Unkar valley, Arizona


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