tumla -tum-tu'a- gismu

x1 is a parcel/expanse of land at location x2; x1 is terrain.

(cf. vacri, xamsi; tutra, which need not be land, gugde, xamsi)


In notes:

gugde
x1 is the country of peoples x2 with land/territory x3; (people/territory relationship).
tutra
x1 is territory/domain/space of/belonging to/controlled by x2.
vacri
x1 is a quantity of air/normally-gaseous atmosphere of planet x2, of composition including x3.
xamsi
x1 is a sea/ocean/gulf/[atmosphere] of planet x2, of fluid x3; (adjective:) x1 is marine.
bemtu'a
b1=t1 is North America.
brajau
x1 is a big expanse of water, river/sea/lake
fi'ortu'a
f1=t1 is Africa.
frikytu'a
f1=t1 is Africa
kutytu'a
t1=k1 is a desert located in/at t2
lektu'a
t1=l1 is tundra at location t2, cold by standard l2
nuntumcrepu
n1 is agriculture of product c2 from source/area c3=t1 by farmers c1
nuntumdesku
n1 is an earthquake at location t2.
raltu'a
x1 is the mainland of x2
rontu'a
r1=t1 is Europe
sralytu'a
s1=t1 is Australia/Oceania/Australasia
stuselpo'e
p2=s1 is a piece of real estate possessed by p1 in condition p3.
tcotu'a
k1=t1 is South America
tumcartu
x1=c1 is a map of terrain/area/ planet x2=c2=t1 showing formation x3=c3
tumfakli'u
l1 explores lands in l2=t2 discovering facts f2 using means l3
tumgapcripu
x1=c1=g1 is a viaduct over/across terrain x2=c2=g2=t1 between x3=c3 and x4=c4
tumgre
x1=p1 is cross-country of/crosses terrain x2=p2=t1 to destination side x3=p3 from origin side x4=p4.
tumsfe
s1 is the ground of land s2=t1 at location t2.
ziptu'a
d1=t1 is Antarctica