Definition of Okavango in English:

Okavango

Syllabification: O·ka·van·go
Pronunciation: /ˌōkəˈväNGgō
 
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  • A river in southwestern Africa that rises in central Angola and flows 1,000 miles (1,600 km) south and then east to Namibia, where it turns east to form part of the border between Angola and Namibia before entering Botswana, where it drains into the extensive Okavango marshes. Also called Cubango.

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