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Amur watershed

EtymologyEdit

From Russian Аму́р (Amúr) of unknown origin.

The names of the river among the languages of the region usually translate to "black river", such as Mongolian Хар мөрөн (Har mörön), Manchu ᠰᠠᡥᠠᠯᡳᠶᠠᠨ
ᡠᠯᠠ
(sahaliyan ula) or Chinese 黑龍江 (Heilong Jiang, literally black dragon river).

Proper nounEdit

Amur

  1. The world's ninth longest river, forming the border between the Russian Far East and Northeastern China, emptying into the Pacific Ocean through the Strait of Tartary, where the mouth of the river faces the northern end of the island of Sakhalin.
  2. Amur Region or Amurskaya Oblast - a federal subject of Russia, its administrative centre is Blagoveshchensk.

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Amur m

  1. Amur (long river forming the border between the Russian Far East and Northeastern China, emptying into the Pacific Ocean through the Strait of Tartary)

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Amur m

  1. the Amur River

PolishEdit

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Amur m

  1. Amur (river in Asia)

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  • Amur in Polish dictionaries at PWN

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Amur m

  1. Amur (a river in Asia, between the far east of Russia and China)

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Amur c (genitive Amurs)

  1. Amur (river)