A wadi (Arabic: وادي wādī) is traditionally a valley. In some cases it can refer to a dry riverbed that contains water only during times of heavy rain. In some instances, a Wadi is also a rare breed of the bird family. Compare arroyo (creek), canyon, and gully. Image File history File links Size of this preview: 800 Ã 292 pixelsFull resolution (4032 Ã 1473 pixel, file size: 788 KB, MIME type: image/jpeg) Photo personnelle. ...
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Arabic ( or just ) is the largest living member of the Semitic language family in terms of speakers. ...
An arroyo is a dry creek bed or gulch that fills with water either seasonally, or after a heavy rain. ...
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Gully in El Paso County, Colorado, USA. A gully is a landform created by running water eroding sharply into a hillside. ...
The term wādī is very widely found in Arabic toponyms. Wadis tend to be associated with centers of human population because sub-surface water is sometimes available in wadis. Arabic ( or just ) is the largest living member of the Semitic language family in terms of speakers. ...
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Crossing wide wadis at certain times of the year can be dangerous, because of unexpected flash floods. Such flash floods cause many deaths each year in Saudi Arabia and many other Middle Eastern countries. Lower Antelope Canyon was carved out of sandstone by flash floods A Flash Flood is a rapid flooding of geomorphic low-lying areas (washes), rivers and streams, caused by the intense rainfall associated with a thunderstorm, or multiple training thunderstorms. ...
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In North Africa the French transcription oued is often used, although it is also employed to refer to true rivers. In southwestern West Africa, the term rivière is used, which is the French word for "river". Northern Africa (UN subregion) geographic North Africa, including the UN subregion North Africa or Northern Africa is the northernmost region of the African continent, generally divided politically from Sub-Saharan Africa. ...
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Some names of Spanish rivers are derived from Andalusi Arabic toponyms where wādī was used to mean a permanent river, for example Guadalquivir from al-wādī al-kabīr = "the great river". Andalusi Arabic was a dialect of the Arabic language spoken in Al-Andalus, the regions of Spain under Muslim rule. ...
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Wadis are the streams in desert environment and generally dried all over the year except after a rain. The desert environment is characterized by a sudden but heavy rain. As rainfall occurs near hill ranges….wadi are prefer to form near a hilly terrine. The deposition of wadi is rapid because the sudden loss of the velocity and absorption of water under ground. Fluvial activity in desert environment is also characterized by the flash flood.
List of Wadis
- Wādī al-Ḥaǧārah (Guadalajara), Spain
- Wadi_Al-Hitan, Egypt
- Wadi Alei
- Wadi Alfa
- Wadi Allaqi, Aswan, Egypt
- Wadi Allaqi, Sudan
- Wadi Al'Mujib, Jordan
- Wadi abu-Hasah
- Wadi Alaui in Al Bahr a Ahmar
- Wadi Alku, Darfur, Sudan
- Wadi Arabah
- Wadi ash Sharqiyah, Sudan
- Wadi ash Shuqayq in Sudan
- Wadi Al-Joz or Nachal Kidron, cutting through Jerusalem).
- Wadi ad-Dawasir, Saudi Arabia
- Wadi Digla
- Wadi El Assuti
- Wadi Elei
- Wadi Fatimah, Saudi Arabia
- Wadi al Fuhaymi (Iraq) 
- Wadi el-Gaab
- Wadi Hadhramaut
- Wadi Hanifa, Saudi Arabia
- Wadi Kufra, Libya
- Wadi Matruh
- Wadi Qumran
- Wadi ar-Rabsia
- Wadi El Rayan
- Wadi Rum, Jordan
- Wadi ar-Rummah, Saudi Arabia
- Wadi Safra
- Wadi Bani Khalid
- Wadi Shab and Wadi Tiwi
- Wadi Al Abyadh
- Wadi Dhaiqah