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Australian naming noun

The practice of assigning proper names that are unduly literal, such as Great Barrier Reef, Northern Territory, Snowy Mountains, Great Sandy Desert, Mitchell Multilevel Falls, Great Dividing Range etc


Mark – 2010s
Mark Iliff – owner

Submitted: 19/08/2021 by Mark ● Last updated: 05/09/2022 13:29 by Mark

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