Definition of Thames in English:

Thames

Syllabification: Thames
1A river that flows for 160 miles (260 km) across southern Ontario in Canada. It was the scene of an 1813 battle in which Tecumseh died.
2A river in southern England that flows 210 miles (338 km) east from the Cotswolds in Gloucestershire through London to the North Sea.
3 /THāmz/ An estuarial river in southeastern Connecticut that flows from Norwich past New London and Groton to Long Island Sound.

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