[mag-duh-ley-nuh, -lee-; Spanish mahg-th ah-le-nah]
- a river in SW Colombia, flowing N to the Caribbean. 1060 miles (1705 km) long.
- a female given name.
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- a river in SW Colombia, rising on the E slopes of the Andes and flowing north to the Caribbean near Barranquilla. Length: 1540 km (956 miles)
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