a river in northeastern Asia, forming part of the boundary between the Russian Federation and China. About 450 miles (725 km) long.
- Also called (Pinyin) Er·gun He [Chinese œr-gyn-hœ] /Chinese ˈœrˈgün ˈhœ/ .
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How to use Argun in a sentence
Argun displayed marked aversion to Islam, and a special liking for Jews and Christians.
Argun, who loved647 gold, was delighted with his Jewish commissary, and distinguished him by all possible marks of honor.
Probably through his instrumentality and advice Argun established diplomatic connections with Europe, and even with the pope.
Saad-Addaula practised in Bagdad, where Argun very often held his court.
It is formed by the junction of the rivers Sckilk and Argun, and is navigable to the sea.