Azov

or A·zof

[ az-awf, ey-zawf; Russian uh-zawf ]
/ ˈæz ɔf, ˈeɪ zɔf; Russian ʌˈzɔf /

noun

Sea of, a northern arm of the Black Sea connected with the Black Sea by Kerch Strait. About 14,500 sq. mi. (37,555 sq. km).

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Russian A·zov·sko·ye Mo·re [uh-zawf-skuh-yuh -maw-ryuh]. /ʌˈzɔf skə yə ˈmɔ ryə/.
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Azov
/ (ˈɑːzɒv) /

noun

Sea of Azov a shallow arm of the Black Sea, to which it is connected by the Kerch Strait: almost entirely landlocked; fed chiefly by the River Don. Area: about 37 500 sq km (14 500 sq miles)
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