from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- The name of three rivers of central Russia.The Upper Tunguska is the lower course of the Angara River. The Lower Tunguska flows about 3,218 km (2,000 mi) north and west to the Yenisey River. The Stony Tunguska, about 1,609 km (1,000 mi) long, flows generally west-northwest to the Yenisey.
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- n. a river that arises to the north of Lake Baikal and flows north and west to the Yenisei River
- n. a river in Siberia that flows northwest to become a tributary of the Yenisei River
- n. a river in southeastern Siberia that flows northwest from Lake Baikal to become a tributary of the Yenisei River
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