Definition of Yenisei in English:


Syllabification: Yen·i·sei
Pronunciation: /ˌyenəˈsā/
(also Yenisey)
A river in Siberia, in Russia, that rises in the mountains on the Mongolian border and flows north for 2,566 miles (4,106 km) to the Arctic coast, where it empties into the Kara Sea.

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