[zey-uh; Russian zye-yuh]
- a river in SE Siberian Russia, flowing S and SE to the Amur River. 800 miles (1287 km) long.
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Examples from the Web for zeya
Above the mouth of the Zeya there are two other tribes of similar character, the Managres and Orochons.
I well knew that the capital of the Province of the Amoor was just above the mouth of the Zeya.
The road from Blagoveshchensk led over a birch-covered plain to the bank of the Zeya, four miles away.
Many are killed every autumn and winter in the valley of the Zeya and along the middle Amoor.
The river was less than a mile wide, and the volume of water sensibly diminished above the Zeya.