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noun - an edible seaweed
ULVA - Ulva (Scottish Gaelic: Ulbha, pro noun ced [ulu.]) is an island in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland, off the west coast of Mull. It is separated from Mul...
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Seaweed one can eat|
|Seaweed you can eat|
|Kind of edible seaweed|
|Type of edible seaweed|
|Variety of edible seaweed|
|Island between Mull and Staffa|
|Ulva, Sakhalin, RUSSIAN FEDERATION|
|Ulva, Gavleborgs Lan, SWEDEN|
|Ulva, Western Australia, AUSTRALIA|
|Ulva, Perm', RUSSIAN FEDERATION|
Ulva (Scottish Gaelic: Ulbha, pronounced [ulu.]) is an island in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland, off the west coast of Mull. It is separated from Mull by a narrow strait, and connected to the neighbouring island of Gometra by a bridge. Much of the island is formed from Cenozoic basalt rocks, which is formed into columns in places.|
* Ulva has been populated since the Mesolithic and there are various Neolithic remains on the island. The Norse occupation of the island in the Early Historic Period has left few tangible artefacts but did bequeath the island its name, which is probably from Ulvoy, meaning "wolf island". Celtic culture was a major influence during both Pictish and Dalriadan times as well as the post-Norse period when the islands became part of modern Scotland. This long period, when Gaelic became the dominant language, was ended by the 19th-century Clearances. At its height Ulva had a population of over 800, but today this has declined to fewer than 10.
* Numerous well-known in