Neckar

[ nek-er; German ne-kahr ]
/ ˈnɛk ər; German ˈnɛ kɑr /

noun

a river in SW Germany, flowing N and NE from the Black Forest, then W to the Rhine River. 246 miles (395 km) long.

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Neckar
/ (ˈnɛkɑː) /

noun

a river in SW Germany, rising in the Black Forest and flowing generally north into the Rhine at Mannheim. Length: 394 km (245 miles)
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