a river in SW Tibet, Nepal, and N India, flowing S and SE to the Ganges River. 640 miles (1030 km) long.
Also Gha·ghra [gah-gruh] /ˈgɑ grə/.
Formerly Go·gra [goh-gruh, gog-ruh] /ˈgoʊ grə, ˈgɒg rə/.
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Historical Examples of gogra
The camping-ground, which has fairly good pasturage, is 81 called Gogra.
The point of junction with both the Gumti and the Gogra has more or less pretension to sanctity.
The principal rivers are the Gogra, forming the northern boundary, and the Gumti, flowing through the middle of the district.
The river Sarda or Gogra forms the eastern boundary of the district and is the principal stream.
A railway from Gorakhpur to Gonda runs through the district, and the river Gogra is navigable.
British Dictionary definitions for gogra
a river in N India, rising in Tibet, in the Himalayas, and flowing southeast through Nepal as the Karnali, then through Uttar Pradesh to join the Ganges. Length: about 1000 km (600 miles)
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