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Aras

Araxes noun a river that rises in northeastern Turkey (near the source of the Euphrates) and flows generally eastward through Armenia to the Caspian Sea; ancient name was Araxes
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Aras

[mythology] For other uses, see Aras (disambiguation) In Greek mythology, Aras was an autochthon who was believed to have built Arantea, the most ancient town in Phliasia, Peloponnese. He had a son called Aoris, and a daughter called Araethyraea. The latter is said to have been fond of chase and warlike pursuits; she was also the mother of ...
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Aras

Aras (äräs') , Rus. Araks, river, c.600 mi (970 km) long, rising in the Transcaucasus Mts., NE Turkey. It flows generally east, forming parts of the Turkey-Armenia and Armenia-Iran borders, before entering Azerbaijan where it joins the Kura River at Sabirabad. Much of its upper and mid...
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Aras

Aras is a Lithuanian name for boys. The meaning is `eagle` The name Aras is most commonly given to Flemish boys. (50 times more often than to American boys.)
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Aras

River rising in northeastern Turkey and flowing east through Armenia and Azerbaijan to the Caspian Sea; length 1,100 km/660 mi. Artaxata, the ancient capital of Armenia, was situated on the river...
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Aras

[n] - a river that rises in northeastern Turkey (near the source of the Euphrates) and flows generally eastward through Armenia to the Caspian Sea
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