valley

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valley

1. a long depression in the land surface, usually containing a river, formed by erosion or by movements in the earth's crust
2. the broad area drained by a single river system
3. the junction of a roof slope with another or with a wall
4. relating to or proceeding by way of a valley

Valley

The lower trough or gutter formed by the intersection of two inclined planes of a roof.

What does it mean when you dream about a valley?

Dreaming about a valley can represent everything from fertility (a valley is a symbol of female sexuality) to depression and “feeling down.”

valley

[′val·ē]
(building construction)
An inside angle formed where two sloping sides intersect.
(geography)
A generally broad area of flat, low-lying land bordered by higher ground.
(geology)
A relatively shallow, wide depression of the sea floor with gentle slopes. Also known as submarine valley.

valley

The trough or gutter formed by the intersection of two inclined planes of a roof.