Definition of Negev in English:

Negev

Syllabification: Neg·ev
Pronunciation: /ˈneɡev
 
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(the Negev)
An arid region that forms most of southern Israel, between Beersheba and the Gulf of Aqaba, on the Egyptian border. Large areas are irrigated for agriculture and many Israeli communities have been established here.

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