Putumayo

[poo-too-mah-yaw]
Portuguese Iça.
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Putumayo

noun
  1. a river in NW South America, rising in S Colombia and flowing southeast as most of the border between Colombia and Peru, entering the Amazon in Brazil: scene of the Putumayo rubber scandal (1910–11) during the rubber boom, in which many Indians were enslaved and killed by rubber exploiters. Length: 1578 km (980 miles)Brazilian name: Içá
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