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Sula is:

  • An island and a municipality Sula in Norway.
  • A name for the second largest city in Honduras, more formally known as San Pedro Sula.
  • A genus Sula of seabirds, the boobies.
  • Sula, a 1973 novel by Toni Morrison.
  • Sula river in eastern Europe, left tributary of Dnieper River.
  • Sula Sgeir is an uninhabited island group in Scotland
  • A Romanian swear-word, meaning 'penis'. See also Pula (disambiguation) (sula is generally considered to be the weaker, less aggressive form of the two, somewhat similar to "heck" vs. "hell"; sula also has a primary sense which is a "normal" word in Romanian).
  • The name adopted in the UK for a systems engineering consultancy; and in Germany for a sweet manufacturer

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Sula, Norway - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (253 words)
Sula is a municipality in the county of Møre og Romsdal, Norway.
Sula is an island, bordered by Breisundet on the west, Storfjorden and Vartdalsfjorden to the south, Hessafjorden and Borgundfjorden to the north, and the narrow Vegsundet strait to the east; the latter is bridged.
Sula is noted for strong traditions in the field of music.
Sula - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (171 words)
An island and a municipality Sula in Norway.
Sula Sgeir is an uninhabited island group in Scotland
See also Pula (disambiguation) (sula is generally considered to be the weaker, less aggressive form of the two, somewhat similar to "heck" vs. "hell"; sula also has a primary sense which is a "normal" word in Romanian).
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