[pah-nuh-koh; Spanish pah-noo-kaw]
- a river in E central Mexico, flowing E to the Gulf of Mexico. About 315 miles (505 km) long.
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We notice, on the coast, the Gulf of Tampico, into which pours the river Panuco.
There are other ruins, situated south of Panuco, at the distance of about three leagues.Rambles by Land and Water
B. M. Norman
Most of it has come from the two towns, Huejutla, an Aztec town, and Panuco.In Indian Mexico (1908)
Four years later a feeble remnant of this expedition landed at Panuco, Mexico.
We recall that from the mouth of the Panuco River southward, we found evidence of considerable population in olden times.