Definition of Caucasus in English:

Caucasus

Syllabification: Cau·ca·sus
Pronunciation: /ˈkôkəsəs
 
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(also Caucasia /kôˈkāZHə/)
A mountainous region in southeastern Europe and southwestern Asia that lies between the Black and Caspian seas in Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, and southeastern Russia.

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