aras river

Aras

[ah-rahs for 1; ar-uhs for 2]
noun
1.
Ancient Araxes. a river in SW Asia, flowing from E Turkey along part of the boundary between NW Iran and Armenia and Azerbaijan into the Kura River. About 660 miles (1065 km) long.
2.
Classical Mythology. the first king of Phliasia.
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Aras (æˈræs)
 
n
Ancient name: Araxes, Russian name: Araks a river rising in mountains in E Turkey and flowing east to the Caspian Sea: forms part of the E border of Turkey and the N border of Iran. Length: about 1100 km (660 miles)

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