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The word Tsunami is derived from two Jap
The word Tsunami is derived from two Japanese words
Tsu(big) and nami(flow)
Tsu(harbour) and nami(wave)
Tsu(big wave) and nami(wave)
None of these
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Correct option is B)
Tsunami is a Japanese word from a double root: tsu, meaning port or harbour, and nami, meaning wave.
Hence option B is correct.
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