Definitions for salalsəˈlæl, sæ-
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an evergreen shrub, Gaultheria shallon, native to the W coast of North America, with oblong leaves, clusters of pink or white flowers, and edible purplish black fruit.
Origin of salal:
1815–25, Amer.; < Chinook Jargon sallal < Lower Chinook sálal
salal, shallon, Gaultheria shallon(noun)
small evergreen shrub of Pacific coast of North America having edible dark purple grape-sized berries
A leathery-leaved North American shrub, Gaultheria shallon, with edible sepals and leaves.
Salal is a town in Chad, lying 380 kilometres north of N'Djamena on the road to Faya-Largeau. Salal is the second largest city after Moussoro in Bahr el Gazel Region. A garrison was once at Salal during the conflict with Libya in 1978. On 15 April 1978, FROLINAT forces, led by Goukouni Oueddei, took Salal before marching south to the Chadian capital, N'Djamena.
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