Niagara[nī ag′rə, -ag′ə rə]
a torrent, or flood
Origin of Niagaraafter the falls
river between W N.Y. & SE Ontario, Canada, flowing from Lake Erie into Lake Ontario: c. 36 mi (58 km)
Origin of Niagara; from French ; from Iroquoian town name
A torrent or flood: “engulfed by the Niagara of Americanisms that flowed over them” (Wall Street Journal).
Origin of NiagaraAfter Niagara (Falls)1.