Definition of Hudson River in English:

Hudson River

Syllabification: Hud·son Riv·er
A river in eastern New York, that rises in the Adirondack Mountains and flows south for 350 miles (560 km) into the Atlantic Ocean at New York City.

Origin

named after Henry Hudson, who in 1609 sailed 150 miles (240 km) up the river as far as Albany.

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