[ ahr-kuh n-saw; also for 2 ar-kan-zuh s ]
/ ˈɑr kənˌsɔ; also for 2 ærˈkæn zəs /
state in S central United States. 53,103 sq. mi. (137,537 sq. km). Capital: Little Rock. Abbreviation: AR (for use with zip code), Ark.
a river flowing E and SE from central Colorado into the Mississippi in SE Arkansas. 1450 miles (2335 km) long.
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OTHER WORDS FROM ArkansasAr·kan·san [ahr-kan-zuh n] /ɑrˈkæn zən/, Ar·kan·si·an [ahr-kan-zee-uh n] /ɑrˈkæn zi ən/, noun, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for arkansan (1 of 2)
/ (ɑːˈkænzən) /
a native or inhabitant of Arkansas
of or relating to Arkansas
British Dictionary definitions for arkansan (2 of 2)
(ˈɑːkənˌsɔː) a state of the southern US: mountainous in the north and west, with the alluvial plain of the Mississippi in the east; has the only diamond mine in the US; the chief US producer of bauxite. Capital: Little Rock. Pop: 2 725 714 (2003 est). Area: 134 537 sq km (51 945 sq miles)Abbreviation: Ark., (with zip code) AR
(ɑːˈkænzəs) a river in the S central US, rising in central Colorado and flowing east and southeast to join the Mississippi in Arkansas. Length: 2335 km (1450 miles)
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Cultural definitions for arkansan
State in the south-central United States bordered by Missouri to the north, the Mississippi River to the east, Louisiana to the south, and Texas and Oklahoma to the west. Its capital and largest city is Little Rock.
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